HOW IT WORKS
According to Eastern philosophy, life permits us to work with what we have on earth here and now—body and mind—in order to reclaim and maintain the innate energy and spirit that reside within us. Energy and spirit must be awakened, nurtured and balanced in order for life to flourish. TCM philosophy names five distinct energies that permeate the body:Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. In order to feel your best, these energies must be in balance. Energy is the vital force that activates every function and drives every process in the human body, both voluntarily and involuntary. Nurturing your chi, through supplementation and good lifestyle practices, encourages your elements to be in balance while helping you feel energetic, content and refreshed. Your chi is the driving force of optimal health and wellness. To nourish your chi, try Mood Elevator (+).Traditional Chinese Medicine would consider this a “fire-enhancing” combination to regulate and untrap the chi (vitality). Its Chinese name jie yu can be translated to mean “regulate chi".
WHY MOOD ELEVATOR CHINESE?
Our Chinese herbal blends carefully follow the principles of ancient Chinese Medicine that have been practiced for more than two millennia. Mood Elevator orJie yu can be translated to mean “for support during anxiousness and tension.” These good-for-you herbs were selected for their many beneficial properties.
For more than 35 years, we’ve partnered with the same incredible vendor to collaborate with farmers in traditional communities to harvest only the finest herbs from China. And we’ve conducted multiple on-site audits throughout the years to re-verify the quality of both their facility and herbs. Our farmers are deeply attached to the land they have lived on and worked for generations, and they practice regenerative farming methods to preserve it for future use.
THE STORY BEHIND MOOD ELEVATOR (CHINESE)
Undesirable blood compounds must be properly neutralized by the liver. Chinese Mood Elevator contains herbs that help cleanse and support the liver. Cyperus goes back to ancient Egypt where it was cooked or served with honey. It is also used in Ayurveda. Bupleurum, or hare’s ear, grows in East Asia where it has been used in TCM for more than 2,000 years for detox support and moving chi. Asian ginseng root has been famous for centuries as it benefits both mental and physical health. Traditionally ginseng root was eaten to boost memory, mood, concentration and endurance. Platycodon originated in the meadows of China, Korea and Japan.
Take 1 VegCap with a meal daily.
Perilla leaves, cyperus rhizome, chih-shih fruit, typhonium rhizome, aurantium peel, bamboo sap, bupleurum root, .cnidium rhizome, gambir stem, hoelen sclerotium, ophiopogon root tuber, ginger rhizome, ginseng root, platycodon root, tang-kuei root, coptis rhizome and licorice root.