Vitamins and adaptogenic plants to regulate mood

Human emotions are generated and controlled by the glandular system, a system closely linked to the nervous system. When they are excessive, too variable or unstable, it reflects an endocrine imbalance. When the endocrine or hormonal system is too exhausted or completely outdated, only the nervous automatisms remain, which control emotions and moods only in a reflex manner and therefore not very controllable.

Emotions (or feelings) include: joy, sadness, love, compassion, tenderness, but also nervousness, anger, resentment, disappointment or aggressiveness. There are many more.

These emotions, these feelings are largely under the control of our thyroid gland and our adrenal glands. In our aggressive and polluted world, these glands are excessively abused. This is a big reason why many people are currently experiencing depression, burnout or hypothyroidism. Sleep disorders, nervousness or aggressiveness (related to the adrenals) are the consequence of the same disturbances. These various ailments or diseases that result from a profound endocrine imbalance inevitably have repercussions on our reflexes and our nervous system.

If you go to a traditional doctor and tell him or her about your mood problems, your nervousness, your aggressiveness, your mood swings or your sleep problems, he or she will inevitably recommend antidepressants or sleeping pills.

From the point of view of natural therapies, there are many solutions available to you. To regulate your endocrine glands and your nervous system, there is nothing like using adaptogenic plants and certain vitamins.


The 2 essential vitamins are vitamin C and vitamin D

The first one could be considered as the queen of vitamins, because it is one of the most adaptogenic.

The second, which is a lipidic vitamin, is essential since it is considered a real hormonal precursor. It participates in the transport and recycling of cholesterol. Cholesterol itself is vital because of its participation in the synthesis of hormones (mainly lipid molecules) and neuromediators or neurotransmitters which are themselves lipid molecules. The choice of vitamin D must be made among natural vitamins. It exists of vegetable origin (extracted from plants) and of animal origin, among others in fish oils. It is no coincidence that our parents and grandparents regularly consumed cod liver oil. A habit that is part of common sense and that has been lost again nowadays.

As for vitamin C, it actively participates in all oxidative functions, functions that are directly linked to the thyroid. It is thus an essential vitamin for the glandular rebalancing and particularly for the thyroid.

Ideally, you should choose a liposomal (liquid) vitamin C that is much more effective and higher in dosage than vitamin C in tablet form. It should always be in the dextrorotatory form.

Adaptogenic plants

In order to regain the power of adaptation and stable moods, we can also use many plants called adaptogens. They have an endocrine-regulating power.

Among them are the Eleutherococcus or Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus Senticosus), the Japanese Angelica (Aralia Mandshurica), the Astragalus (Astragalus Membranaceus), Indian Ginseng (Withania Somnifera or Ashwagandha) extracted from the root), Chinese Schisandra (Schisandra Chinensis) or, more locally, Blackcurrant (Ribes Nigrum) or Hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha) which has a cardiac tropism.

You can find the main adaptogenic plants mentioned above in the liquid product: Adaptaplex.

Its action is fast and effective when one feels one's adaptive faculties diminishing. Even during a stress, an anguish or a punctual or temporary anger, it allows to rebalance the moods in the following minutes.

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HBE Diffusion, PANNE Carol 23 November, 2016
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