Guna-Mood expresses very well the PNEI philosophy of Guna medicines. The central core of this formulation is represented by two organotherapeutics: Pineal gland Porcine and Thymus gland Porcine. Pineal gland Porcine has its point of action via the hormone that it produces Melatonin Melatonin regulates not only the circadian rhythms, but also the neuroendocrine homeostasis, and has a control on the mood tone. GUNA-Mood also contains two melatonin precursors: 5-hydroxy Tryptophan and Serotonin, the latter being well-known for its role in the control of mood.
Thymus gland Porcine modulates the hypothalamic activity, which regulates the gonads, and is in turn, regulated by them.
Phosphoricum acidum and Sepia are two homeopathic polycrests whose materia medica indications dictate their use in depressive states. Also Alfalfa and Avena sativa are used as neurotonics. The nosode Salmonella typhii is used for its symptomatologic similitude…the typhic illness pattern called "thyphic state", which is a condition characterized by depression, confusion, and delirium.
Uses: Anxious depression; cyclic mood disorders; psychogenic food disorders (in particular bulemia, with carbohydrate craving); depressive states and mood instability in the menopausal and pre-menopausal period.
Ingredients: 5 hydroxy tryptophan 3X; Alfalfa 6X HPUS; Avena sativa 6X HPUS; Ignatia amara 30C HPUS; Lachesis mutus 30C HPUS; Phosphoricum acidum 6X HPUS; Phosphoricum acidum 12X HPUS; Phosphoricum acidum 30X HPUS; Phosphoricum acidum 200X HPUS; Pineal gland, Porcine 6X; Pineal gland, Porcine 12X; Pineal gland, Porcine 30X; Pineal gland, Porcine 200X; Salix vitellina, Flos 10X HPUS; Salmonella typhi 30C; Sepia 6C HPUS; Sepia 30C HPUS; Serotonin 6C; Serotonin 30C; Thymus gland, Porcine 6X; Thymus gland, Porcine 12X; Thymus gland, Porcine 30X; Thymus gland, Porcine 200X; Tryptophan 3X.
Directions: 10 drops 3 times a day also over extended periods of time.
Guna-Mood Most common combinations
Guna-Mood + Guna-Fem: endocrine imbalance induced anxious-depressive syndromes typical of the peri-menopausal period. Guna-Mood + Guna-Matrix (+ Guna-Liver): anxious-depressive syndromes in patients previously treated with conventional anti-depressives and anxiolytic medications. Guna-Mood + Guna-PMS: anxious-depressive syndromes during PMS. Guna-Mood + Anti Age Stress: anxious-depressive syndromes as a consequence of stress. Guna-Mood + Guna-Sleep: anxious-depressive syndromes with insomnia.