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Deproloft-HF: A Natural Way to Boost Mood

by Dr. Jason Barker October 29, 2019

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Deproloft-HF: A Natural Way to Boost Mood

 

Thorne’s Deproloft-HF is a natural mood enhancer; ideal for anyone who struggles with low moods and doesn’t require a prescription-strength antidepressant. 

Deproloft combines the most researched and clinically effective mood enhancing natural medicines and nutrients that directly support healthy brain neurochemicals. 

It has the effect of boosting flat or low moods while minimizing stress. It’s not addictive and won’t cause you to gain weight or turn you into a zombie like prescription anti-depressants can.

“HF” refers to “Hypericum free” - meaning this formula contains no Hypericum (aka St. John’s wort), a popular natural medicine that can interfere with the metabolism of many different medications.

Deproloft-HF Is Best Used For:

  • Natural mood enhancement
  • Mild to moderate depression
  • Seasonal affective disorder
  • Premenstural dysphoric disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Apathy & irritability

Here’s How Deproloft-HF Works:

Neurotransmitter support:

L-Tyrosine: is an amino acid that is an immediate precursor for three main neurotrasmitters - dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine (adrenaline).   Additionally, tyrosine alone works for boosting mood and relieving depression.

5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP): is also an amino acid that’s made naturally in your body; it’s converted into another important neurotransmitter, serotonin. Low levels of serotonin can lead to depression, anxiety, sleep problems and weight gain.

5-MTHF (L-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate) is a specialized form of Folate (a B vitamin) that is ‘methylated’ meaning it helps with the activity of many biochemical processes including those affecting mood.

B12: (methylcobalamin) - this is a methylated form of vitamin B12 and also helps increase biochemical efficiency for neurological function, mood support and other biochemical processes.

GABA: Otherwise known as gamma-butyric acid, GABA is a calming neurotransmitter that can help you feel calm and relaxed.

Adrenal Support (for energy):

Rhodiola: is classified as an adaptogenic herb - it has an effect of supporting the levels and activity of our neurotransmitters and does this without causing side effects

Eleutherococcus (Siberian ginseng) is another adaptogenic herb with historical use as a mood stabilizer, calming agent and energy booster.

Used in combination, the ingredients in Deproloft-HF make an ideal natural, supportive agent for low mood and the fatigue and anxiety that often accompany mild depression.   It's also great for combating seasonal affective disorder as well, and mild to moderate forms of depression along with other dietary, mental-emotional and nutritive therapies. Order today and boost your mood naturally with Deproloft-HF.

Dr. Jason Barker
Dr. Jason Barker


2 Responses

Jason Barker
Jason Barker

November 06, 2019

Hi Tino – you can click the link in the article above, or just search for ‘Deproloft’ and it will take you to the page where you can purchase it. Hope this helps!

Tino Rossi
Tino Rossi

November 06, 2019

How does one order the Deproloft?

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