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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!

Why Choose LiftMode’s Daily MoodLift Capsules?

MoodLift is a daily supplement designed to recharge your mental and physical energy reserves and encourage 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 help you find the sunny side of the challenges and appreciate the journey. Imagine starting each day with physical and mental energy reserves, open-minded focus, enduring emotional resilience, and upbeat spirits to navigate what might lie ahead.

Like all LiftMode supplements, MoodLift is totally free from fillers or excipients and is caffeine, PEA, and taurine-free. Our team has drawn on decades-long experience in researching and developing dietary supplements to develop the ideal combination of innovative ingredients that open space for positive energy and a brighter outlook, with broader, more hopeful horizons.

It’s perfect for anybody looking for a buoyant mood, an energy boost, and a lightened burden from stress. MoodLift can help you release psychic tension, clear your path to a warmer, more positive state of mind, and enjoy a gently yet noticeably uplifted perspective.

MoodLift Capsules: Benefits and Uses

Combining ingredients that are well-researched, well-tolerated, MoodLift takes the mess, time, and guesswork out of morning measurements of powders.

MoodLift comprises a coactive symbiosis of 19 potently allied mood-enhancing plant extracts, biochemical precursors and cofactors, in a 2 capsule serving, working in unison to optimize absorption, 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 Core Pillars methodology, the naturally occurring, high purity, highly bioavailable, HPLC-verified ingredients provide:

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

We did our homework, so you can enjoy your day, and shine on!

Pillar 1: Calming and Stress-Reducing Plant Extracts

The first pillar contains a combination of five naturally occurring herbal extracts known to help reduce feelings of stress, while providing a gentle calming and relaxing effect; mostly through effects on the GABAergic system. Includes Magnolol, Baicalein, Piperine (Black Pepper extract), Sinomenium acutum extract, and Gotu Kola extract.

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

The second pillar of MoodLift consists of a combination of 6 herbal extracts and vitamins, uniquely combined in the perfect synergistic ratio to provide a gentle energizing effect, without a crash afterward. Includes Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Folate, 7,8-DHF, Ginseng extract.

Pillar 3: Natural Extracts and Biochemical Precursors for Catecholamine Care

The Third Pillar consists of a combination of natural extracts and biochemical precursors that work collectively to gently enhance mood: by activating the catecholamine system and/or improving the brain’s natural production of serotonin – an important monoamine neurotransmitter known widely for its effects on mood.

The catecholamine system supports the body’s response to stress and is regulated by epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and dopamine. Includes Rhodiola Rosea extract, Oroxylin A, and Citicoline

Pillar 4: Potent Mood Enhancing Biochemical Compounds

The Fourth Pillar of MoodLift is comprised of four plant extracts and biochemical precursors that were carefully selected for their capacity to work in unison and provide a gentle boosting effect. Serotonin has long been known for its beneficial effects on supporting a positive mood and outlook. Includes Kanna extract, Peony Root extract, 5-HTP, and THH (Tetrahydroharmine).

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.

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June 24, 2023
Mohammad Raffi
MoodLift Capsules

Love this product

June 21, 2023
Wayne
MoodLift Capsules

This product will either work for you or it won't. But it is worth a try for those looking for a subtle mood lift. Because there are so many different ingredients, it's hard to say what, if anything, is working. Maybe there is some synergy going on between the components, but again it's hard to say for sure. Again, I reccomend this product for those seeking a mild uplift in overall mood.

March 18, 2023
Robert Banker
MoodLift Capsules

I like the mood lift, great ingredients! I'd take it first thing in the morning if I were to continue use. Unfortunately I'll be seeking to return or be refunded. It's not a bad product at all infact its the opposite. Ill explain. I think this product needs to be divided into two options: 1 with caffine and b-vitamins (original blend) 2 without stimulants. My reason is because i drink 1 pot of coffee and a couple diet cokes in any given day. I believe it's 200mg of caffine in a dose of two capsule and when I'd take this mood lift id be well over the recommended amount of caffine per day and also b-vitamins on top. I was hypertensive and it's dangerous for me because of that which I already consume. I did get some kanna samples, and that stuff is dope. Kinda crazy how it sets in. The on-set is strong and a little disorienting almost like an unstable wobble in your gate, the body of the effect is totally different smooth and easy almost carefree but in a way that is like "am I feeling it" but then you realize the rough edge you had toward your blue haired commi neighbor is gone and you become empathetic toward their cognitive dissonance and ignorance, ha! Then the come down is clean and without withdrawal and you end up with an unexplained cheery grin when you pillow your head and think to yourself "the day was good today wasn't it" Thanks litmode;)!

July 20, 2021
CGia
MoodLift Capsules

This new MOOD LIFT is a fantastic way to ease your mind n relax after a long day's work. Or in reverse I find taking it before work keeps me with a positive attitude towards customers. I love this stuff!!!

Serving size is 1 capsule. As a dietary supplement, take 1-2 servings per day. Do not combine with prescription medications. Please start with the lowest suggested single serving quantity to assess response.

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 1 capsule
Servings per container:
Amount per serving: % DV

Levomefolic Acid Calcium Salt (bioavailable form of Folic Acid)

10 mg
4250%

Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate (bioavailable form of Vitamin B6)

3 mg
176

Vitamin B12 (as Mecobalamin)

300 mcg
12,500%

Arctic Root Extract [≥5% Rosavins, ≥2% Salidroside] (Rhodiola rosea)

32 mg

Ginseng Root Extract Blend [≥30% Ginsenosides] (Panax ginseng*& *Panax notoginseng]

32 mg

7,8-Dihydroxyflavone (from Tridax Daisy aerial parts] [≥98% 7,8-DHF](Tridax procumbens)

24 mg

Sinomenium accutum Stem Extract [≥98% Sinomenine HCL]

21 mg

Peony Root Extract [≥50% Albiflorin/Paeoniflorin] (Paeonia officialis ´rubra plena`]

25 mg

Baicalein(from Baikal Skullcap Root Extract) [≥98% Baicalein] (Scutellaria baicalensis)

16 mg

Benfotiamine (Bioavailable form of Vitamin B1)

16 mg

Citicoline (CDP-Choline)

16 mg

5-Hydoxytryptophan (5-HTP)

16 mg

Magnolol (from Magnolia Bark Extract) [≥98% Magnolol] (Magnolia officinalis)

16 mg

Gotu Kola Aerial Parts Extract [≥70% Triterpenoids] (Centella asiatica)

18 mg

Oroxylin A (from [Tree of Domocles bark extract) [98% Oroxylin A] (Oroxylum indicum)

13 mg

Triacetyluridine (TAU) (bioavailable form of Uridine)

13 mg

Tetrahydroharmine (THH)

10 mg

Kanna Aerial Parts Extract [≥5% Alkaloids, ≥3% Mesembrine] (Sceletium tortuosum)

16 mg

Piperine (from Black Pepper Fruit Extract) [≥95% Piperine] (Piper nigrum)

3 mg
Delayed Release HPMC Veggie Capsules
Store securely in a dry cool location away from direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not take this or any other supplement, and instead consult doctor about use, if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or breastfeeding, taking prescription or OTC / nonprescription drugs, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions. Do not use if product safety seal was damaged or missing upon receipt.
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Levomefolic acid calcium salt, commonly known as L-methylfolate or 5-MTHF, is the active form of folate, a B-vitamin crucial for various bodily functions. Unlike regular folic acid, which needs to be converted into its active form (5-MTHF) by the body before it can be utilized, levomefolic acid is already in its bioavailable form, ensuring superior absorption and utilization.

Involved in various bodily functions, such as aiding in DNA synthesis, neurotransmitter production (such as serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine), and regulating homocysteine levels, levomefolic acid may help to support to improved energy, enhanced cognition, better mood stability, and overall mental wellness.

Pyridoxal 5-phosphate (PLP) is the active form of vitamin B6 and plays a crucial role in various physiological processes in the body. Unlike regular vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), PLP does not require additional conversion in the body, making it readily usable and easily absorbed. Its bioavailability contributes significantly to supporting enzymatic reactions involved in metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis (like serotonin and dopamine), and the regulation of amino acids. PLP’s presence is vital for energy metabolism, aiding in the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, which helps sustain energy levels. Moreover, it supports cognitive function, nervous system health, and contributes to overall well-being by facilitating various biochemical reactions essential for optimal health.

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

Rhodiola rosea is an herbal extract used as an ingredient in dietary supplement products. It is said to prevent stress and fatigue, while also acting as a powerful antioxidant and to improve cognitive performance.

– Balances Stress
– Boosts Cognition
– Powerful Antioxidant

Ginseng refers to the root of certain species of plants in the genus Panax – most notably Panax ginseng (“Asian Ginseng”), which has been used traditionally in China for overall well-being and vigor through countless centuries.

Ginsenosides are the main active ingredients within Ginseng, and include two main families, protopanaxadiols (PPDs) and protopanaxatriols (PPTs), each with balancing effects. “True Ginseng” or “Asian Ginseng”, Panax ginseng, has unique ratios of Ginsenosides, with greater quantities of the more energizing PPTs than other Panax species.

The powerful wellness promoting properties of Panax Ginseng has been found to strengthen the immune system, ease stress, improve cognition, promote healthy libido.

– Sharpens Memory
– Promotes Libido & Vitality
– Boosts Energy Levels

7,8-DHF (7,8-Dihydroxyflavone) is a naturally occurring flavonoid with possible cognition-enhancing properties. Its recent discovery has spurred research into its unique properties.

By enhancing TrkB expression, 7,8-DHF may help to increase the rate new synapses are formed, thus enhancing learning. Some researchers hypothesize that 7,8-DHF does not bind TrkB directly, but instead acts on an unknown pathway that results in the same end result–increased TrkB activity. 7,8-DHF is believed to have a similar degree of neurogenic activities as BDNF.

On top of its effects on neurogenesis, 7,8-DHF is also neuroprotective. It has antioxidant properties in the brain that are independent of its TrkB activity. While these mechanisms are not understood, it is believed to activate the Akt/PKB pathway.

* Supports Healthy Memory and Focus
* May Promote Adult Neurogenesis
* Neuroprotective and Antioxidant

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 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

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

Baicalein is the primary active component from the Blue Skullcap plant (also known as Baikal Skullcap).

• Calming and Stress-Reducing
• Antioxidant and Immune Support
• 5 – 10x Bioavailability Compared to Baicalin

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

Citicoline (or CDP-Choline) is an endogenous compound that is found in several biochemical pathways in the human body.

When used as a dietary supplement, Citicoline can act as a powerful support for memory, neuroplasticity, focus, and a good mood.

* Memory Support
* Boosts Focus
* Promotes Learning

5-HTP is an amino acid precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin. It has been said to support positive mood, reduce cravings, and promote healthy sleep.

* Uplifts Mood
* Precursor to Serotonin
* Promotes Healthy Sleep

Magnolol is compound found in *Magnolia officinalis* (also known as Magnolia Bark) and is known to be a powerful antioxidant.

In addition to protecting cells from potentially harmful free radicals, Magnolol can also be used to promote respiratory health.

– Improves Brain Health
– Promotes Relaxation
– Powerful Immune Support

Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) is a perennial found in marshes throughout most of Asia. The primary active components of Gotu Kola are triterpenoid saponins Asiaticoside, Asiaticoside B, and Madecassoside, which have potent mood lifting, relaxing, and soothing, irritation-easing effects on both the mind and the body.

Traditionally, Gotu Kola is used for stress and mood, but recent studies indicate the triterpenoid saponins may have a more complex role than expected. Gotu Kola increases cerebral GABA levels, which is the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter. The saponins have been shown to increase serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine levels in the brain.

Gotu Kola may also have long-term benefits. 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.

– Promotes Mental Clarity
– Calming and Stress Relief
– Neuroprotective Benefits

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 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

Triacetyluridine is a naturally-occurring compound and precursor to the nucleoside Uridine (pictured to the left). 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

Tetrahydroharmine (THH) is one of a family of β-carboline (indole-related) harmala alkaloids, found in the Banisteriopsis caapi (yagé, or ayahuasca) vine and related species, as well as in Peganum harmala (which lends these alkaloids their “harmala alkaloid” nomenclature).

Scientific research has revealed that (±)-Tetrahydroharmine functions as a mild serotonin reuptake inhibitor, and one isomer may also have gentle weak reversible MAOI activity (much less potent than that of Harmaline or Harmine), allowing for synergies with other natural phytochemicals that may be deactivated by MAO, including indole derivatives.

In addition, THH has nootropic potential. Studies suggest that the neuroprotective β-carboline harmala alkaloids from the Banisteriopsis caapi vine, including THH, uniquely promote adult neurogenesis. The combination of bioactivities in THH may help support healthy serotonin levels and promote a positive and open mood.

– Supports Healthy Mood
– Helps Manage Stress
– Powerful Neuroprotective

Kanna is a succulent plant within the *Aizoaceae* family and has been used for its mood-enhancing properties by humans in South Africa since the Stone Age. *Sceletium tortuosum* based products include a wide variety of different extracts. LiftMode’s Kanna extract based products are produced with among the most potent and high-quality Kanna extracts available.

Kanna extracts are reputed to produce tranquil, cheerful and motivated states of mind, in part by supporting healthy serotonin levels. Kanna extracts may also help to support cognitive function and help work through mild occasional cravings.

– Boosts Mood
– Reduces Stress
– Promotes Tranquility

CAUTION: We strongly discourage combining Kanna with psychiatric prescription medications, including SSRIs, antipsychotics, or MAOIs, or with any other prescription or over the counter medicines that may significantly affect serotonin levels or the cardiovascular system (such as cough suppressant and decongestant medicines). There is a possibility of interactions with such combinations.

Piperine is an alkaloid extracted from black pepper and is typically used for its ability to inhibit the process of glucuronidation. This allows for significantly increased absorption of many types of dietary supplements.

– Antioxidant Effects
– Slows the Degradation of Polyphenols
– Improves Ingredient Bioavailability

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