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- Supports Mental Calmness
- Herbal Supplement
- Approved by Michael Tierra L.Ac, O.M.D
Albizia julibrissin (Mimosa), traditionally known in China as the "herb of happiness," is one of the most valued Chinese botanicals for supporting a healthy mood during periods of occasional anxiety and stress. Albizia flowers and bark have been used for centuries to elevate the mood, promote mental calmness, and support a peaceful night's sleep.
1/4 teaspoon (approx. 1 dropperful) five times daily.
Grain alcohol (50-60%), purified water, and vegetable glycerin.
Do not use if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding. Do not combine with alcoholic beverages. If you are taking antidepressant medication, phenobarbital, or any other drug, consult your physician before using this product.
Do not use if tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.
|Serving Size: 1/4 Teaspoon (approx. 1.25 ml)|
|Servings Per Container: 94|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Albizia julibrissin Flower and Bark Extract||1.25 ml||†|
|†Daily Value not established.|
I have agoraphobia and panic disorder. I also have episodes where the anxiety related fear gets very intense and I feel very low because of it. I went on vacation two hours away from home for the first time this summer and I knew it was going to be hard. There were times I felt off and this helped centre me. I feel that it must be akin to a mild anti-depressant though I've never been on one and I know they make everyone feel different. I have heard that people feel sort of numb on anti-depressants; no extremes of sadness OR happiness. Albizzia does not make me happier, it just takes me out of the low if I'm really feeling it, which helps me to put everything into perspective and adjust to the situation. It doesn't stop panic attacks and it won't make you calm the way a benzo would. It a leveler more than anything, kind of like inositol (also helps with serotonin) is. People need to understand that this is not a cure-all and is not likely to be the only thing you need, but as a herbal anti-depressant I like it. A lot of times anxiety is a mixture of feeling terrible and low because of how terrible you may feel. I'm still experimenting but I like it in my regime.
It's called the Happiness plant, and it's true. It worked wonders the very first day I tried it. All worries went away, and I felt as if I already got all I wanted. I would recommend it to anyone who tried everything and lost hope. No side effects, only elevated mood and well-being.
Hurts my tongue and throat
Posted by Katarinatan on Aug 19, 2013
Is there a need for so much alcohol in this?? I gag and my throat hurts from swallowing it. The taste plus the copious amount of alcohol makes this product so unpleasant to take. Reminds me exactly of those 1980's 'health' tonics from china. Disgusting taste.
Definitely calms you
Posted by 5141177586047129799 on Jul 10, 2013
However, since the ingredient list notes 50% grain alcohol content, i'm thinking that this may just be the equivalent of taking a shot....
Not my thing
Posted by Reviewer1167667 on Sep 06, 2011
I tried this and rather than feeling any sort of calm, I felt agitated and nervous. My system is a little sensitive, given, but a cup of coffee makes me feel more calm than this.
Posted by Reviewer1676459 on Jun 23, 2011
my husband has had mild depression and mild mania and a fierce disposition forever. Neither of us wanted on him on meds because of the horrible side effects. This stuff is amazing and it really works. He is more mellow and sleeps better and is a heck of a lot more fun to be married to. BUT I think it tempers ALL passion. Sigh. Well, I guess there are trade offs and he is much nicer to live with.