Author Michael Murray, N.D., a leading naturopath and coauthor of The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, delves very deeply to explain the hows and whys of depression at the neurotransmitter level, and the illustrations of presynaptic membranes may be a bit much for the lay reader. There are also several sections with intimidating titles along the lines of "Enhancing 5-HTP with Catecholamine Precursors." But the book's comprehensiveness makes up for its occasional denseness. Murray includes enlightening sections on nutrition for peak serotonin synthesis, other complementary herbal supplements, and many online and physical sources for obtaining 5-HTP. --Erica Jorgensen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I so appreciated his approach of explaining how this works and what other supplements can be taken safely with it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Marill
Good book so far not done yet. But what I read is pretty good.Published 10 months ago by sweet person
Keep buying this book and giving it away. That's how I know it is a valuable book to own.Published 12 months ago by Olivia McClanahan
Good price and good product. Good Read and informational. Will buy again and its useful. Thank you for this itemPublished 17 months ago by Linda A.
Material was interesting. 5-HTP didn't seem to work for me until I read a review about sublingual. That method worked.Published 17 months ago by jewel tones
The book is very informational. I guess I was hoping for a miracle. It is a good book to read.Published 19 months ago by mary