If you’re feeling down and out, all you’ve got to do is breathe one word of it… and your doc will already be scribbling out a prescription.
But taking an antidepressant might not work at all… or actually make you feel WORSE.
I GUARANTEE your doc won’t look for ANY other treatment.
But he could be IGNORING your adrenal glands!
A hormone imbalance can make you FEEL blue – and a stressful event can throw your hormones out of whack.
Fortunately, there’s an ancient Chinese secret that can help you get over the WORST of life’s stresses…
In the East, it’s STILL used to heal the pain from the loss of a loved one.
Yet this herb remains an unsung hero in Western medicine.
Here’s what your doc will NEVER prescribe… but SHOULD.
Stop letting stress jerk you around
The Chinese knew that the bark of the mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin) had the ability to bring emotional and mental calmness… all the way back in the 2nd century!
Now, mimosa bark has nothing to do with your favorite brunch cocktail – other than it can make your day a whole lot brighter.
It’s one of the herbal remedies that are considered adaptogens because of their ability to promote a healthy response to stress.
Mimosa accomplishes that with its rich content of natural compounds called saponins .
Saponins are known to supporting your adrenals – those glands located at the top of your kidneys.
But that’s not all…
They ALSO regulate an important aspect of the endocrine system, known as the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.
The HPA axis is one of the ways that your body and brain talk to each other…
And it regulates your physical reaction to ALL types of stress.
That means that with the help of mimosa, you’ll be able to reduce the PANIC of “fight or flight” (a.k.a. the sympathetic nervous system).
You’ll also be able to stay cool, calm, and collected when necessary (thanks to the parasympathetic nervous system).
And you can finally STOP the rollercoaster of switching between the two extremes.
Mimosa is so good at promoting relaxation… boosting mood… and improving sleep… that the Chinese call it “happiness bark” (He Huan Pi).
Mimosa supplements are available in capsule, powder, liquid extract, and tincture forms…or included in formulas for adrenal, nervous system, and mood support.
You might find it sold under its Latin name, Albizia, but beware – there are more than 150 species of flowering trees that go by that name, so you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the right one.