This is based on a Powerful Ancient Formula For Modern-Day Stress Management & Mood Enhancement
Though it may seem like depression or moodiness arise from external factors, from a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective, psychological disharmony has a core physiological root cause.
One of the most prescribed all-natural TCM herbal formulas, Sudden Smile Magic Tea is used in modern times as a natural supplement for depression, anxiety and irritability. Taken over a sustained period of time, Sudden Smile Magic Tea may negate the effects of modern-day stress and help regulate your mood by addressing the root cause of internal disharmony in your body.
How Does it work?
Sudden Smile Magic Tea works by clearing Liver stagnation.
Sure, anxiety about your bills and financial future, spiritual disconnectedness, relationship troubles and lack of fulfilling career may all affect how you view the world. And these stressors may seem impossible to overcome. But even external stressors can be managed when the Liver meridians are flowing unimpeded.
When Liver Qi (internal life force) is impeded, both physical and psychological imbalances may occur. But given enough time - a minimum of four weeks is recommended; noticeable results may occur in less time - Sudden Smile Magic Tea effectively breaks up Liver Qi stagnation.
Life stressors may become easier to deal with and your perspective about how serious these stressors really are may change for the better.
Individual Herbal Spotlight
Collectively, the all-natural herbs in Xiao Yao San sooth the Liver to disperse depressed qi, strengthen the Spleen to nourish the Blood, and regulate menstruation.
Chai Hu (Bupleurum root) soothes the Liver to disperse the depressed Qi. Dang Gui (Chinese Angelica root) and Bai Shao (White peony root) nourish the Blood and the Liver. These first three herbs interact together to resolve the root cause of Liver Qi stagnation, as well as Blood deficiency.
Bai Zhu (Atractylodis Rhizome) and Fu Ling (Poria) strengthen the middle warmer and reinforce the Spleen, thereby enriching the generation of Qi and Blood. Gan Jiang ( Dried Ginger rhizome) regulates the stomach and warms the middle warmer. Bo He (Peppermint) assists Chai Hu in soothing the Liver to disperse depressed Qi. Gan Cao (Licorice root) assists Bai Zhu and Fu Ling in replenishing Qi and invigorating the middle warmer; it also coordinates the synergistic effects of all the herbs in this formula.
Together, these herbs work together to powerfully, but safely, improve the life force (Qi) of the Liver. Xiao Yao Pian may make you feel happier without having to rely on taking a 'little blue pill' that may potentially cause side effects. If you feel stressed out, depressed, or are prone to mood swings, Sudden Smile Magic Tea may help. There's probably a lot of beauty in your life that currently may be hard to see. Given time, Sudden Smile Magic Tea may help you to see more of that beauty.
Does Research Support Sudden Smile Magic Tea ?
Because Sudden Smile Magic Tea is widely dispensed by TCM practitioners, many clinical studies have been conducted to verify its traditional use in Chinese medicine. There were 26 randomized trials published by 2009, involving 1837 patients. In these trials, Sudden Smile Magic Tea was used against placebo, antidepressants, or in combination with antidepressants. The collective results show Sudden Smile Magic Tea has beneficial effects on patients with depression, either using the formula alone, or combining with antidepressants by measuring the scores of HAMD and SDS. Sudden Smile Magic Tea may have the same effectiveness as antidepressants at the end point of the treatment with fewer side effects.
In rat models that were induced with chronic stress, Sudden Smile Magic Tea was shown to mitigate depression-like behaviors.
Sudden Smile Magic Tea may regulate menstruation by affecting the secretion of hormones. In a study in which 51 patients were involved, levels of estrogen (E2) and prolactin were significantly reduced after use of Xiao Yao Wan whereas no change was observed in the level of testosterone.
What is the formula composition?
A proprietary blend of
Radix Bupleuri ChinensisRadix Angelicae SinensisRadix Paeoniae LactifloraeRhizoma Atractylodis MacrocephalaeSclerotium Poriae CocosRadix Glycyrrhizae UralensisHerba Menthae HaplocalycisRhizoma Zingiberis Officinalis Recens(Chai Hu)(Dang Gui)(Bai Shao)(Bai Zhu)(Fu Ling)(Gan Cao)(Bo He)(Sheng Jiang)