Cervue a Natural Alternative to Traditional Mental Health Medications

I have seen several clients having terrific results from a new Product called Cervue. Sanus Biotech offers a natural solution to help people dealing with symptoms of low dopamine and serotonin levels. Why? Because too many people are seeking other harmful and addictive solutions rather than reaching for a proven natural solution.

Cerveau was introduced over the last 16 months to doctor’s offices, almost exclusively. We started offering it to the following type of facilities: MD’s (adolescence for ADHD- to reduce or eliminate Adderrall and Ritalin), MD’s using Cerveau to help treat depression, Integrative medicine, Naturopaths, and addiction clinics. We are now ready to launch Cerveau direct to consumer, so that everyone can enjoy the benefits.

Cerveau is an all-natural dopamine and serotonin supplement. Too little dopamine levels can lead to anxiety, stress, depression, and possibly addictive behaviors. This isn’t another supplement throwing ingredients together (caffeine, jellyfish, etc) branding it and trying to make a buck. We have scientific reasons why this combination of amino acids and herbs is one of the best solutions on the market. Cerveau also comes in a chewable tablet (aka Sublingual, but sublingual can only be used for prescription products) So when chewable tablets are taken, peak blood levels of most products administered sublingually are achieved within 10‐15 minutes, which is generally much faster than when those same drugs/supplements are ingested orally. Sublingual absorption is highly efficient.

It’s the combination of ingredients that make Cerveau so amazing! Did you know that 5-HTP is the amino acid precursor for the Serotonin neurotransmitter molecule. 5-HTP will assist in ensuring optimum levels of Serotonin are being produced. DL-Phenylalanine is being used as an enkephalinase inhibitor. The importance of having enkephalins in the brain is to inhibit GABA, which allows for the correct amount of Dopamine to be released in the brain. L-Glutamine is to ensure proper GABA production. GABA regulated dopamine in the synapse. (as Dopamine goes up, GABA goes down and visa vera). L-Tyrosine and DL-Phenylalanine are amino acid precursors for the Dopamine molecule. Without these two ingredients the brain would not produce enough Dopamine. Rhodiola Rosea is a well non herbal ingredient that prevents the breakdown of Dopamine. Vitamin B6 is necessary for the creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters. Passion Flower, an herb calming herb for anxiety, insomnia, seizures. Scientists believe passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called GABA in the brain. N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC), If you struggle with depression or obsessive-compulsive (OCD) behavior, NAC may help. Several large studies have found that NAC relieves symptoms of depression and anxiety, with none of the side effects you get from antidepressants. Mucuna pruriens is a type of adaptogen, healing plants that regulate hormones to help your body better handle stress. Specifically, mucuna pruriens contains high levels of naturally occurring L-dopa, the precursor to dopamine. L-theanine promotes relaxation and facilitates sleep by contributing to a number of changes in the brain. D-ribose can help replenish the metabolic energy needed by all our cells, including those in major organs such as our heart and brain. The result? Increased vitality, along with improved cardiac and neurological function. Phosphatidylserine is a fatty substance called a phospholipid. It covers and protects the cells in your brain and carries messages between them. Phosphatidylserine plays an important role in keeping your mind and memory sharp.

Sam-E, the body uses SAMe to make certain chemicals in the body that play a role in pain, depression, liver disease, and other conditions.

It is the precise combination and dosage combinations that make Cerveau so special. We have seen that by gently introducing these natural ingredients it has a profound effect on most users of Cerveau.

If you are not satisfied with your results within 30 days we will refund your money 100% guaranteed!

Meet Abby

Harmony US has a new intern we would love for you to meet, Abby.

Hello everyone, I am a master’s level student in Northwestern University’s clinical mental health counseling program. Having completed a practicum experience through which I provided supervised counseling to a variety of individuals, I am now in my internship year where I am able to provide counseling to individual adults, couples, groups, children and adolescents. My major areas of interest include working with the LGBTQ community, gender, sexuality, and healing from trauma. I am also a major advocate for the idea that counseling is for everyone, ranging from those who wish to heal from trauma to those who are experiencing the stress of every day life. I welcome the opportunity to work with anybody! My approach to counseling is very much relationship based as I believe that a truly safe, warm, collaborative and trusting environment can sometimes be the most powerful aspect of counseling. My hope is that the things you discover about yourself, and the things you learn through our counseling relationship can be applied to your life in order to empower you to become the best version of yourself.

Intern Spot Light

Harmony US is pleased to introduce you to one of our amazing mental health interns, Nattalie.

Hello Everyone. My name is Nattalie Roepke. I am a student at Northwestern University and have joined HarmonyUS to complete internship within my Master’s degree program. I am a Florida native and love calling Tampa my home.

I have worked as an educator and an education administrator for many years. I have my undergraduate degree in psychology and am excited to be completing my Master’s degree program and to be working within the HarmonyUS family.  

I have many areas of interest. I am currently working toward my certification in fertility counseling (which provides specific support for individuals and couples who are experiencing difficulties becoming pregnant, have had miscarriage(s), are seeking or currently using assisted reproductive techniques, or are building a family using egg donor, sperm donor, or surrogacy). I am also familiar with traditional psychoanalytic techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapies, and solution-focused therapies.

I am also familiar with the treatment of anxiety and PTSD with cannabis and can provide information and resources in this area.

I am available to see clients on a limited basis. I look forward to meeting you.

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Triangulation

Tongue Twisters




Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper. Where’s the peck of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked?
Red lorry; yellow lorry.

Tongue twisters. They are difficult to get our mouths round and even if we do they hardly make any real point at all.
It’s the same with feelings. They can be difficult to express and even after hours of analysing them, they may still fail to make sense.

She sells sea shells on the sea shore; the shells she sells are sea shells I’m sure.


Originally posted on 17 August 2007


The Pub Landlord’s Family Friendly Policies



It looks like we are gearing up for one of the longest election campaigns ever . However, news that Al Murray’s The Pub landlord will be contesting the South Thanet seat, as too will Nigel Farage, has certainly added some joviality to the proceedings and will no doubt continue to do so.

Clearly The Pub landlord  has been formulating  his policies for some time and I was delighted to learn that he does have some pro-family views. Indeed it was reported in The Guardian that he thinks it would be good for the country if everyone was obliged to turn off their internet connection from Friday evening until Monday morning to avoid “drunk tweeting” and “vengeful e-mails to the ex.”


Obviously I know that I am probably even more naïve than The Pub Landlord when it comes to politics, nevertheless I can’t help thinking:  what a good idea!


The Sugar Plantation



Once upon a time, I recall a client referring to her husband’s behaviour towards her with the immortal words, “It ain’t no sugar rush when he rings.”

She was describing how he constantly monitored her movements using smartphone technology and repeatedly ringing her to make it clear that he knew where she was and required an account of what she was doing.

On our recent journey through Cuba, we visited the buildings on an old sugar plantation. There was a luxurious hacienda down the lane from a large foreboding bell-tower. The tower had been used to better watch the slaves working in the fields and the huge bell which hung from the top was rung to control their day.


Whilst  slavery in the plantations has long since been abolished, many the marriage that breaks up because one spouse feels that the other controls their every move. The bell at the top of the tower may no longer be rung, but for some it has simply been replaced by the ringing of a mobile phone


The Standardisation of English



I have been reading about life in Medieval England lately. In the course of so doing I understand much better the part the development of the printing press played in standardising the English language. How, for instance, “ye” became the the spelling for “the” and how the use of an abbreviation like “&” for “et” in the middle of a word was dropped.

Of course I went to school when rules on the use of the English language were tediously drummed into you and there was no scope for deviation. Any errors resulted in red lines in exercise books and the need to write out corrections ten times.

Recent generations of school pupils have been spared the pedantic insistence on subservience to the rules of spelling and grammar. However, in family proceedings the drafting of court documents, solicitors’ letters, laws and regulations all require the precise application of those rules. Occasionally, there can be a mismatch between what a lawyer thinks he has dictated and what he receives to check and sign.

In recent years, therefore, I have been treated to such gems as:
Baristas going into court (presumably to make coffee for the Judge);
Ships birthing (maybe that’s how baby boats are delivered);
Illicit information (when eliciting information was required);
Pecking knees (referring to a dog that sounded like a chicken with bandy legs perhaps).

My personal favourite of all time, however, was:
Higher perches (to finance the car not to provide a seat with a view for the budgerigar).