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Kristyn
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Hey guys,

What's the best supplement for anxiety? Saint John's wort or lithium ororate?

I'm looking more into Saint John's wort but I don't know how well that touches anxiety.

Thanks 💚

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Lymetoo
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You might consider Nerve Blend by Soloray.

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spookydew
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Passion Flower, I used to get it in tablets and currently have liquid. It similar to Serax an old mild antianxiety drug but it is an herb. It was used by Native Americans for many things. Also,CBD oil is good for anxiety.
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Beverly
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5-HTP, CBD oil, GABA and maybe Pregnenolone? I hope you find something that works for you.

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MannaMe
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CBD oil
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Bartenderbonnie
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I had extreme anxiety in the beginning of my health journey.
Scared to drive, thought of car crashes.
Scared to shower or bath, thought I would drown.
Scared to cook, thought of a fire.
Scared to lay down, thought I would fall through bed.
Scared to be alone, saw shadowy people.
Scared to go to sleep, slept with phone dialed to 9 1 _

Doctor put me on Xanax 25mg and it SAVED my life.

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Be careful with CBD oil, Unfortunately it made my anxiety way worse, triggered panic attacks

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NADH can be amazing for support of antioxidants and neurotransmitters.
And that can result in clear improvements with anxiety and panic attacks.

For example:
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20447621/
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Administration of oral NADH was associated to a decrease in anxiety and maximum heart rate, after a stress test in patients with CFS.

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