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A groundbreaking entourage of the purest, most powerful, innovative naturally occurring HPLC-verified ingredients, MoodLift will brighten your day. Formulated in dynamic balance for those open to experiencing our newest, most efficacious stack research, Free from crap, packed with nothing but the cutting edge.  MoodLift - Seize the day!


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Why Choose LiftMode’s Daily MoodLift Capsules?


MoodLift is a daily supplement designed to gently support mental and physical energy and a positive mood.


Whether you face a hard day at work, a crazy busy day at home or a stressful social occasion, imagine a gentle, natural helping hand to support you through the day to enjoy every minute.  Imagine starting each day, with the physical and mental energy, focus and clarity to navigate what might lie ahead.


MoodLift is caffeine, PEA and Tuarine free, and is perfect for anybody looking for a gentle energy boost while supporting a positive mood and reducing feelings of stress. Like all LiftMode supplements, MoodLift is free from any fillers or excipients.


Our team has drawn on decades-long experience in researching and developing dietary supplements to develop the ideal combination of ingredients that will allow you to support a positive, social mood, while reducing stress and providing a gentle yet noticeable energy lift.


MoodLift Capsules: Benefits and Uses


Combining ingredients that are well-researched, well-tolerated, NeuroLift takes the mess, time, and guesswork out of morning measurements of powders. It is the ideal product for both introductory and advanced users seeking to boost or revitalize cognitive function.


MoodLift comprises a coactive symbiosis of 20 potently allied mood-enhancing plant extracts, biochemical precursors and cofactors, in a 2 capsule serving, working in unison to optimize absorption, ease inflammatory cytokines, boost vital neural activity patterns, and rebalance mind/body signaling - all providing a perceptible natural motivated energy and a balanced resilient stress response. Built using our 4 Pillars Methodology, the naturally occurring, high purity, highly bioavailable, HPLC-verified  ingredients provide: 

  • Dynamic Stress Response
  • Gentle, Natural Energy
  • Serotonin Support & Mood Enhancement
  • Catecholamine Ssupport & Neurotransmitter Balance


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Pillar #1 Calming and Stress Reducing Plant Extracts


In the First Pillar of our MoodLift stack, we use a combination of five naturally occurring herbal extracts: Magnolol (from Magnolia Bark Extract), Baicalein (from Blue Skullcap), Piperine (from Piper nigrum), Sinomenium accutum extract and Gotu Kola Extract. Collectively, these extracts help to support a positive mood and relaxed stress response, through their effects on the GABAergic system.


Magnolol (from Magnolia Bark) (28 mg)

Magnolol is the active compound found in the bark of the Houpu magnolia plant and has been used traditionally for centuries to promote a positive mood. Research has indicated its benefits in reducing symptoms of stress through improved transmissions of the GABAergic system - a neurotransmitter system known for its relaxing, calming effect.

  • Improves Mood
  • Supports Good Quality Sleep
  • Natural Calming Effect


Baicalein (from Chinese Skullcap) (28 mg)

Baicalein is one of the key bioactive compounds found in the root of the, Scutellaria baicalensis (Chinese Skullcap) plant, known primarily for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Baicalein is taken today for its calming and mood enhancing effects. Research indicates Baicalein helps to reduce stress by stimulating gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors.

  • Mood Booster
  • Supports Cognitive Function
  • Natural Calming Effect


Piperine (from Piper nigrum) (6 mg)

Piperine is an active ingredient extracted from black pepper and is known for a variety of health benefits, including supporting digestion and improving the absorption of biochemical compounds. Piperine is a PGP and CYP inhibitor that prevents glucordination and allows improved bioavailability of several dietary supplements. Piperine has unique mood-enhancing properties of its own, and is a strong anti-inflammatory and immunomodulator.

  • Uplifts Mood
  • Boosts Bioavailability of Biochemical Compounds
  • Promotes Healthy Metabolism


Sinomenium acutum Extract (36 mg)

Sinomenine is the active compound in the roots of the Sinomenium acutum plant. As a herbal extract, Sinomenium acutum has been used traditionally for its neuroprotective and analgesic properties. Research suggests it assists in increasing the influx of chloride into the cells of the hypothalamus – a small part of the brain that plays an important role in energy maintenance and in stress control. 

  • Mood Lifting
  • Potent Neuroprotective Properties
  • Supports Immune Function


Gotu Kola Extract (28 mg)

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is a plant found in marshes throughout Asia. The primary active components of Gotu Kola are triterpenoid saponins Asiaticoside, Asiaticoside B, and Madecassoside, which have potent mood-lifting, relaxing, and anti-inflammatory effects. Gotu Kola triterpenoids are also thought to be neuroprotective and to promote learning and cognition. Gotu Kola has been shown to improve serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine levels in the brain. The saponins and their metabolites are believed to promote neurogenesis by enhancing expression of BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor) and NGF (Nerve Growth Factor) which may promote learning as well as mood.

  • Enhances Learning
  • Supports a Positive Mood
  • Potent Calming Extract



Pillar #2 Synergistic Energizing Vitamins, Nutrients, and Plant Extracts


The Second Pillar of our MoodLift capsules consists of a combination of 6 gentle energy boosting vitamins and herbal extracts. Recent scientific research has elaborated on the supportive effects of each ingredient on subtly boosting both mental and physical energy levels.


Methylcobalamin (vitamin B12) (0.6 mg)

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water soluble vitamin that plays an essential role in growth and development, the production of red blood cells (essential for optimal energy levels), immune function and improved memory. Vitamin B12 is found exclusively in foods of animal origin. Individuals following a vegetarian diet are therefore at an increased risk for dietary vitamin B12 deficiency..

  • Enhances Energy
  • Supports Healthy Immune Function
  • Boosts Memory


Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) (3.0 mg)

Pyridoxine, also known as Vitamin B6, is an essential water soluble vitamin that plays an important role in protein metabolism, production of healthy red blood cells for energy as well as its effects on monoamine neurotransmitter production, which is essential for supporting healthy cognition and mood..

  • Supports healthy energy levels
  • Improves cognition
  • Assists in energy metabolism


Benfotiamine (Vitamin B1) (28 mg)

Benfotiamine is a synthetic form on the vitamin Thiamine (vitamin B1). Once absorbed, Thiamin gets converted into the active form. Research suggests that Thiamin plays an important role in helping our bodies turn food, especially carbohydrates into energy. Due to its essential role in providing our bodies cells with energy, it plays a key role in nerve, muscle, and heart function.

  • Facilities Energy Metabolism
  • Boosts Energy Levels
  • Supports Healthy Nerve Function


Folate (vitamin B9) (0.6 mg)

Folate (as Folic Acid) is a form of vitamin B9 and an essential component of DNA repair and cellular growth. It works with the nucleoside Uridine to repair DNA. It is also used to help synthesize red blood cells and convert carbohydrates into cellular energy. Since humans cannot make Folate, it is required through diet and is considered an essential nutrient.

  • Facilitates DNA Repair
  • Helps Metabolize Amino Acids
  • Improves Cellular Energy


7,8-DHF (Dihydroxyflavone) (36 mg)

7,8-DHF (7,8-Dihydroxyflavone) is a naturally occurring flavonoid with cognition-supporting properties that can easily cross the blood brain barrier. 7,8-DHF is believed to directly bind the tropomyosin-related kinase B (TrkB) receptor, which is the endogenous receptor for BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor). BDNF is one of the main neurotrophic factors responsible for neurogenesis and supports dendritic outgrowth and density. By enhancing TrkB expression, it may be possible to increase the rate new synapses are formed, thus enhancing learning. 7,8-DHF is believed to have a similar degree of neurogenic activities as BDNF. 7,8-DHF is also neuroprotective and has antioxidant properties in the brain. Preliminary studies indicate that 7,8-DHF may also combat stress and boost mood.

  • Neuroprotective properties
  • Supports a positive mood
  • Enhances learning


Panax Ginseng Extract (56 mg)

Ginseng (Panax ginseng) is a herbal extract that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for centuries. Ginseng can be classified as a physical and cognitive adaptogen. Ginseng extract contains natural ginsenosides and is often added to sports beverages and energy bars. Powerful ginsenosides are responsible for this supplement’s beneficial effects on physical energy levels and mental focus.

  • Standardized to 30+% Ginsenosides
  • Natural Focus Enhancer
  • Improves Mental and Physical Energy Levels 


Pillar #3 Natural Extracts and Biochemical Precursors for Catecholamine Care


The third Pillar of our MoodLift capsules combines over 10 herbal extracts that boost levels of important neurotransmitters to enhance mental and physical energy.


Barley Malt Extract (18 mg)

Our Barley Malt Extract is standardized to 98% Hordenine HCl. This powerful plant extract supports mental and physical energy and a positive mood. Barley Malt Extract is also known to help activate Phenylethylamine (PEA)-which supports a positive mood- due to its physiological action as a weak reversible MAO-B inhibitor. 

  • 98% Hordenine HCL
  • Positive Mood-Boosting Properties
  • Enhances Physical Energy


Rhodiola Rosea Extract (56 mg)

Rhodiola, also known as Arctic Root or Golden Root, is a natural adaptogen that is used for its adaptogenic, fatigue-reducing effects. It is often used in countries near the Arctic circle to combat the effects of cold and improve the body’s resistance to stress. The two most active ingredients in Rhodiola are Rosavin and Salidroside. Rhodiola can also be used as a dietary supplement to support a healthy mood.

  • Natural Adaptogen Plant Extract
  • Alleviates Symptoms of Fatigue
  • Supports a Positive Mood


Triacetyluridine (TAU) (18 mg)

Triacetyluridine is a naturally-occurring compound and precursor to the nucleoside Uridine. Uridine plays an important role in cellular signaling, and supports both CDP-Choline and dopamine levels in the brain. For this reason, Triacetyluridine is becoming a sought after dietary supplement for its perceived effect in boosting cognitive function, memory and mood.

  • Promotes Healthy Memory and Cognition
  • Potent Neuroprotective Benefits
  • Supports a Positive Mood


Oroxylin A (18 mg)

Oroxylin A is a unique and cutting-edge plant compound, and of the primary flavonoids of Scutellaria baicalensis (Blue Skullcap). Flavones are active compounds known primarily for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The flavonoid compound Oroxylin A, is recognized today for its therapeutic effects in improving symptoms of stress, enhancing catecholamine production, and supporting memory.

  • Boosts Levels of Catecholamines Dopamine and Norepinephrine
  • Antioxidant Properties
  • Unique and Cutting-Edge Plant Extract


CDP-Choline (Citicoline) (28 mg)

Citicoline (CDP-Choline) is a naturally-occurring compound produced through several biochemical systems in the human body. When taken as a dietary supplement, it is metabolized into Choline and Cytidine, which are then used to resynthesize CDP-Choline in the brain. Citicoline is one of the best-known cognitive support supplements and is used around the world to help promote positive cognitive performance and support memory. It is also useful for its powerful neuroprotective effects: helping protect the brain against toxins and stress.

  • Supports Healthy Cognitive Function
  • Promotes Longevity and Well-Being
  • Neuroprotective Properties


Pillar #4 Potent Serotonin-Enhancing Plant Extracts & Biochemical Compounds


Kanna MT55 Extract (28 mg)

Kanna (also known as Sceletium tortuosum) is a succulent plant within the Aizoaceae family and has been recognized for its mood-enhancing properties for many years. Kanna extracts are known to produce relaxed yet cheerful states, and the active compounds act by improving levels of the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine. Kanna extract also acts as a mild stress-reducing serotonin reuptake inhibitor and has been known to enhance cognitive function. This new plant extract is wildly popular on LiftMode, and no mood-support stack would be complete without it.

  • Increases serotonin levels
  • Stress reducing properties
  • Enhances cognitive function


Peony Root Extract (Paeoniae rubra) (38 mg)

Peony root, also known as Paeonia lactiflora Pall, is a flowering plant known for its stress reducing and mood boosting properties. Research suggests that peony root extract supports a positive mood by reducing the expression of serotonin transporter (SERT) – a protein that binds to serotonin so it can be broken down and recycled. Inhibiting SERT prevents this process, which increases serotonin levels, thus producing a mild mood-enhancing effect.

  • Boosts Serotonin Levels
  • Supports a Positive Mood
  • Antioxidant Properties


5-HTP (28 mg)

5-HTP is a naturally-occurring compound produced in the human body and a direct precursor to serotonin (5-HT). This ingredient is well-known for its effects in supporting a positive mood and promoting healthy sleep. Research suggests 5-HTP may improve overall sleep quality by increasing melatonin production in the brain.

  • Improves Sleep Quality
  • Precursor to Serotonin
  • Supports a Positive Outlook

Tetrahydroharmine (THH) (18 mg)

Tetrahydroharmine (THH) is a compound found in the plant Banisteriopsis caapi. THH inhibits the activity of a specific enzyme called monoamine oxidase A (MAO-A), which regulates the functioning of two important monoamine neurotransmitters, dopamine and serotonin. Traditionally, B.caapi has been used in the ceremonial brew, Ayahuasca, to prolong the effects of psychoactive compounds. It has strong antioxidant, cognitive-enhancing and mood-supporting effects. THH has a 10 hour half-life and its effects can be experienced for long periods of time.  

  • Supports a Calm Relaxation
  • Promotes a Positive Mood
  • Temporary Weak Inhibitor of Monamine Oxidase-A Enzyme


Where to Buy MoodLift Capsules Online?


LiftMode offers a range of MoodLift Capsules, including, 60- and 120-count units. A single serving is two capsules.  

All our products ship with a certificate of analysis from 3rd-party independent laboratories and all orders are covered by our 90-days refund/reshipment policy to ensure the highest quality.


Shipping restrictions: No shipping restrictions currently apply to this product and we can ship internationally. At checkout, the available shipping options for your location will be available.


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Scientific Consensus:


No clinical studies have been performed on this supplement stack. We have used our many years of experience in the fields of biochemistry, human physiology, and dietary supplements to formulate what we believe to be the ideal supplement stack for gently boosting mental and physical energy. Do not exceed the recommended serving size.


Due to the number of ingredients, this product is likely NOT SUITABLE to be used alongside prescription medication and during pregnancy. To avoid potentially dangerous drug interactions, please ensure that you consult with your doctor before using this supplement stack if taking any medication. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult your physician if you have any underlying medical issues.




All dietary supplements have risks. Please ensure that you are familiar with the latest research on the effects, side effects, benefits, and uses of a supplement before buying it.


Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children. If you have any underlying medical conditions, please consult a medical professional before using this supplement. 


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


How We Research Our Content

Our content is written using meticulous research methods and claims are backed by links to scientific references, wherever possible. The author and editors of Liftmode's Research Team have strong academic backgrounds in microbiology, physiology, and biochemistry.

Content Updated On: April 18th, 2021




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