Scientists Have Created a Pill From a Bad Mood
It is possible that in the near future the shelves of many pharmacies will have new pills from bad mood, developed by a team of specialists from Australia. Today in Sydney, namely, the national Institute of research for technologies of Australia has conducted last laboratory tests. It is reported that experiments devoted to the establishment of the impact of this miracle pill on a human body, involve a large number of volunteers.
The results of trial showed a positive dynamics. New medicinal product consists of 5 natural components.
The nature of this medication works differently than antidepressants. It is noted that the active mechanism of the pill, comparing to conventional psychotropic substances, aimed at several chemical processes in the human brain. As a result, the body activates several neurotransmitters.
The components that are included in the drug are folic acid, zinc, a precursor of serotonin and other important elements. In addition, there are substances that contribute to the rapid assimilation of the main components. Most experts are confident that the developed drug will help to defeat the nervous and depressive disorders.
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