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    vitamins that fight depression and lift mood
    An_264222 posted:
    I give my teen son the following:
    Rhodeola Rosacia
    The most effective alone is the DMG. Together they calm him down in about 15-20 min. DMG works w/in about 15 min to calm him and boost his mood.
    I also give him a multi vitamin and a bunch other vitamins to boost immune system.
    Haven't yet tried St. John's Wort
    I find the Rodeola and Ashwaganda enhance the Sam-e and DMG. TMG has a lesser influence, but lasts a longer time.
    I also give him camomile and peppermint tea in the morning, besides coffee. Celestial Seasonings makes "Tension Tamer" with Lemon Balm which also helps him. Nothing is totally effective alone, and each works differently, but together there' s a synergy which he says helps him.
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