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Mechanism Involved with Alcoholism.

Researchers in Linkoping University have discovered alcoholics have low levels of a gaba neurotransmitter due to deficient GAT3 transporter proteins. When gaba is unable to be released from  spaces between nerve cells, the  amygdala brain cells also become deficient in gaba. The amygdala is the area in the brain associated with alcoholism.

Gaba is a relaxing, let down, neurotransmitter, one of the 4 major neurotransmitters in the body. It originates from starch digestion. GAT3  is deficient in the amygdala of alcoholics and believed to be involved in addictive, alcoholic behavior. Low levels of gaba are also related to anxiety/depressive disorders, which  also affect some alcoholics.

Research continues to find ways to alleviate low GAT3 levels in the amygdala. Fifteen percent of the population is involved with alcohol addiction.

Source: C. Zang: Chemical & Engineering News, June25,2018

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Wild Oats Essence, more than a Mood Enhancer

Recent research reveals a component of Wild Oats enhances Dopamine levels in the brain and body. Dopamine is a major neurotransmitter that enhances mood, energizes and powers the body and reduces Parkinson's, depression, cravings addiction, and many diseases of aging.

If dopamine levels drop 10% in the body, humans cannot survive. Dopamine levels reduce with age, but can be enhanced. Petite Fleur Essence Wild Oats is a nonfragrant topical liquid applied directly on the body. Effects can be noticed in minutes for most people.  Every day use for 3-4 weeks is recommended for optimal benefits. 

Wild Oats Petite Fleur is available for $7.95 for a month supply and does not interfere with medications. It is used professionally and personally for over 30 years. 

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Essential oils and Petite Fleur Essences for Snack Attacks

Essential oils and Petite Fleur essences are the perfect solution for snack attacks. Their aromas are delivered to the brain as quickly as you can sniff or apply them. Snacking and hunger between meals is often caused by lower levels of tryptophan, which turns into serotonin in the brain. Lower available serotonin levels are associated with mild depression .The aromas in Cravings therapeutic blend and Curb Appetite Roll on enhance serotonin levels and reduce appetite. Tryptophan, a precursor to serotonin, is created in the stomach, so it makes sense that people snack more when serotonin levels are less than optimal.

Cravings includes Knotted Marjoram and Osmanthus absolute, used for to cut cravings for centuries. Curb Appetite includes Saffron absolute and patchouli aged for many years to reduce appetite and mild depression. Saffron can be as effective as standard antidepressants for mild to moderate depressions. It also protects against liver, stomach, lung, breast, colon, blood and bone cancers as an ancient anti aging compound. These compounds are delivered in 1/100th of a second through inhalation and therapeutic touch.

With the onset of the holidays and  so many tempting treats, a daily application of these blends can protect your health and waistline.

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There are over 100 recent studies on the therapeutic properties of Saffron and the aromas in the above blends.

Journal of Nat Med: Jan, 2010

Nutr Res: May 2010

 

 

 

 

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