Posts Tagged ‘depression’


Botanical  Information Maca is a root plant native to Peru. It is also known as “Peruvian ginseng” despite the fact that is not a member of the ginseng family. It is typically taken as a pill or liquid or as powdered maca root. Features & Benefits Studies found maca to have positive effects on sexual…

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This rich and sweet-scented oil is known to aid meditation and as an aphrodisiac. Emotionally, it relaxes stress, soothes irritation, and lifts depression. Sandalwood acts as a tonic to the immune system. It balances both dry and oily skin, is useful in treating acne and skin rashes.

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More than just “feeling blue” or experiencing sadness or grief because of a specific circumstance, depression is a mood disorder characterized by a persistently sad or empty feeling, irritability, and a diminished or absent interest in everyday activities. Usually depression occurs in episodes, which can last for weeks, months, or even years. Many patients experiencing…

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