What Helps Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder also known as BPD is a mental disorder characterized by an inability to manage emotions. 


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Natural Remedies That May Help Borderline Personality Disorder

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Choline

Choline is an essential nutrient produced in minor amounts by the liver. To achieve adequate levels, it must be supplemented through foods including meat (beef, liver), fish (salmon, scallops, cod), poultry (chicken, eggs) and vegetables (brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower). Choline is required for metabolism, liver function, brain development and nervous system health.


Effectiveness
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Chromium

Chromium is an essential mineral that exists in several forms. A toxic form resulting from industrial pollution and a biologically-active form, trivalent chromium, sourced from food including vegetables (broccoli, potato, green beans), fruit (pears, dates, grape juice), seafood (mussels, oysters, shrimp) and brewer’s yeast.


Effectiveness
25%


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DHEA


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Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)

Folate is the natural form of Vitamin B9, sold as a supplement as Folic Acid. Folate plays a critical role in cell division, as well as the formation of red and white blood cells, DNA and RNA. Folate is found naturally in dark leafy vegetables (spinach, romaine, broccoli), fruits (oranges, lemons, banana, strawberries), legumes (beans, peanuts) and eggs.


Effectiveness
50%


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Ginkgo Biloba


Effectiveness
50%


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Inositol


Effectiveness
25%


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Kava Kava

Kava Kava is made from the ground roots of the tropical, evergreen shrub Piper methysticum. Kava Kava’s key components are lactone compounds called kavalactones, which are known to have a psychotropic effect. Native to the South Pacific islands including Hawaii, the plant has been used for hundreds of years in a ritual drink revered for its tranquilizing properties.


Effectiveness
25%


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Cannabidiol (CBD)

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a naturally-occurring compound in the Cannabid sativa L plant, commonly known as hemp. Originating in Central Asia, hemp has been cultivated for thousands of years.  CBD is non-psychoactive and has been used to treat conditions ranging from chronic pain and anxiety to autoimmune and skin diseases.


Effectiveness
50%


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St John’s Wort

St John’s Wort is a flowering shrub in the Hypericaceae perforatum family.  Native to Europe, it’s June-blooming, yellow flowers have been used in medicine since ancient Greece. Named after St. John the Baptist, the presence of the photochemical, hyperforin, is the key antidepressant and anxiolytic component. St. John’s Wort has also been revered for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.


Effectiveness
50%


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