Lithium | 20 mg
Lithium | 20 mg
Lithium assists overall brain function and is commonly used to stabilize mood and treat bi-polar disorder. It is a vital micronutrient found in trace amounts in rocks, mineral springs, ocean water, and nearly all vertebrae tissue, having similar chemical properties similar to calcium and magnesium. It is required for life, yet cannot be made in the body; therefore we must consume it from the environment.
- Stress Relief: Lithium may help resist both the mental and physical effects of stress.
Cognitive Booster: Enhances Vitamin B12 and Folate transport to brain cells, and may support memory.
Mood Enhancer: May alleviate depression and has a long history of treating bi-polar disorder.
Neuron Antioxidant: Plays a role in gene expression of natural detoxification enzymes in the brain, including glutathiones-transferase (GST), which provides antioxidant support to neurons.
- Disease Preventative: Studies show low-dose Lithium has a potential to prevent various age-related disease, including cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's Disease, obesity, and type-2 diabetes.
- Mimic's Exercise: Low-dose lithium has been shown to mimic or amplify the positive effects of exercise via mediation of GSK3-dependent and GSK3-independent pathways.
Formulation: In this low-dose 20 mg supplement, lithium is bound to orotic acid, a bioavailable salt.
Kelly's Thoughts: As someone who has struggled with depression since a teenager, I'll tell you it works for me. I found out about the power of lithium from my naturopath. It's recommended to start at 5mg dose and work your way up to around 25 mg, or as needed. Doctors, such as Joel Wallach, believe the main cause of depression is a deficiency in lithium.
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