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Saffron LiftWhat’s New?

Terry Naturally Saffron Lift.

What’s it for?

Positive mood and emotional balance.

What’s in it?

BCM-95 curcumin and Saffron extract.

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When you want support for a sense of happiness and emotional balance, it’s time to discover Saffron Lift. This unique formula delivers the clinical power of two of nature’s most reliable and trusted botanicals, saffron and curcumin – a synergistic combination for outstanding mood support.

  • Positive state of mind
  • Healthy response to stress
  • Restful sleep
  • Healthy serotonin, cortisol, and GABA levels
  • Vegan and Non-GMO

Powerful Ingredients for Results You Can Count On 

  • Saffron EP15™ is standardized for the clinically studied levels of its most beneficial compounds; it works along unique pathways to support emotional balance and peace of mind. Saffron is a long-trusted botanical with thousands of years of traditional use and modern clinical studies to back it up. You can read more about the benefits of saffron HERE.

Clinically studied curcumin (Curcugreen™, also known as BCM-95®), is standardized for a full spectrum of curcuminoids and is combined with turmeric essential oil (known as turmerones, which are bioactive molecules found in turmeric) for enhanced absorption and blood retention. This curcumin is well-known for its ability to enhance mental well-being and mood. See a study HERE by curcumin expert Dr. Ajay Goel, Ph.D.

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Saffron comes from the plant Crocus sativus and has been used for thousands of years as a spice and medicine. Saffron has been shown to boost serotonin levels, lower cortisol, and help preserve levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), which is the body’s primary inhibitory enzyme and is often deficient in people with depression. Clinical studies have found that saffron reduces symptoms of milder forms of depression, severe depression with anxiety, and postpartum depression, among many other benefits.

Saffron also works synergistically with another well-known botanical, curcumin. Curcumin is a compound from turmeric that helps with numerous health concerns, including depression. ONE STUDY  showed that curcumin was as effective as a prescription drug for people with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). In other clinical trials, people suffering from depression felt much better, and some individuals improved significantly in just four weeks. After eight weeks, their relief was even more pronounced.

These two botanicals have also been studied together and shown to significantly relieve the symptoms of MDD. What was interesting about this study was that even at lower doses, people responded very well to curcumin or a combination of saffron and curcumin.

How soon to notice the benefits?

The success of herbal supplementation involves a variety of factors. Everyone responds to plant medicine in their own way, depending on how long the condition has existed and its severity. But most important of all is commitment: how diligently the treatment protocol is followed by the individual. Typically, one can see results in 2 to 3 weeks, but it may take up to several months to clear a chronic condition. An old rule-of-thumb used among some herbalists is that for every year of a health issue or concern, one should expect at least 1 month to heal.

Each individual will experience different timelines for benefits. However, clinical research with saffron and curcumin, both as individual ingredients and as a combination, found that people noted results in a range of four to twelve weeks.

The Take-Away

Depression has many faces and symptoms. Sometimes, herbal remedies can help. Curcumin and Saffron work together in a healing synergy that strengthens each other’s natural abilities. Studies are encouraging for regular daily use (2 capsules a day) to support mood, emotional balance, and a positive state of mind.

If you are already taking prescription medication for your depression or anxiety, please check with your Health Professional before use.

-Henry, Wellness Manager


NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary.  

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