Xanthohumol Produces Oxytocin

Xanthohumol Produces Oxytocin

Xanthohumol, which is derived from the flower of the hops plant, is getting some positive press and rave reviews. Xanthohumol produces oxytocin in our body and is said to be the only natural substance to do so. It does that by up-regulating our brain to release more oxytocin. Oxytoxcin has been called the “cuddle hormone”. We like to call it the “Happiness Hormore”.

Xanthomax is a supplement that has Xanthohumol as its main ingredient. Personally, we have received some amazing reactions from people we let try Xanthomax. One gentleman sitting at our kitchen table told us he had ADHD and was taking Adderall. He took one capsule of Xanthomax and had a cup of a product called Choclevate (chocolate powder dissolved in hot water) which helps release dopamine, serotonin, and endorphins. Within 20 minutes he said that he hadn’t ever felt more focused without taking his Adderall.

According to the American Psychological Association, “Research does link it to increased trust, social bonding and even a predisposition to donate to charity. It’s these positive influences that make researchers hopeful that it could help treat mental health disorders, including autism, social anxiety disorder and schizophrenia. Small-scale, preliminary studies show that a sniff of the hormone enables people with autism to better read social cues and allays social anxiety among those with social anxiety disorder. Some physicians are so convinced in the promise of oxytocin, they’ve started prescribing it to children with autism.”

We’ve also heard from another who has suffered from long term depression since childhood. She claims she is now functioning at a normal level and does not lay in bed all day like before.

Because Xanthohumol helps produce oxytocin people are saying that they feel better when taking XanthomaxR. What most people say is that they are more focused, have no anxiety, and are simply in a happier mood.

In xanthohumoloxytocin.blogspot.com, “Given its ability to break-down social barriers, induce feelings of optimism, increase self-esteem, and build trust, oxytocin is increasingly being seen as something that can help people overcome their social inhibitionsand fears. Studies are showing that it may be effective in treating debilitating shyness, or to help people with social anxieties and mood disorders. It’s also thought that oxytocin could help people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. In addition, given that autism is essentially a social communication disorder, it’s being considered as a way of helping people on the spectrum as well. And lastly, oxytocin, through its trust-building actions, can help heal the wounds of a damaged relationship — another example of how the mind gets its plasticity.”

If you’d like to learn more about XanthomaxR and other related products visit www.DaleandShirley.com/products Before you make a purchase call us at 727-239-4641 to learn how you can get wholesale pricing and save 30% off retail.

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