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Herbs That Boost Dopamine and Tyrosine Production

8 Herbs That'll Up One of Your Happy Hormones

Whether you have a small case of the blues or are suffering from a long-term mood disorder, being mindful of what you eat can affect the way you feel. Especially if you make an effort to reduce foods that increase anxiety and instead enrich your diet with foods that contain natural, stress-busting nutrients.

If you're taking a holistic approach to easing your blues and improving your mood, the following herbs are rich in tyrosine, which is a compound that's essential to your body's production of the happy hormone dopamine:

  1. Basil
  2. Dill
  3. Spearmint
  4. Rosemary
  5. Fennel
  6. Ginseng
  7. Oregano
  8. Peppermint
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