Peacekeeper Herb Drops | Facts & Instructions
Support for PMS and PMDD Mood Swings
Peacekeeper Herb Drops promote a healthy emotional response in women experiencing the irritability and moodiness that often precede monthly periods. The herbs for PMS mood swing support in Peacekeeper have long been used traditionally to support a healthy, positive mood during times of hormonal imbalance and promote a normal mood between periods.*
Use Peacekeeper to even out emotional extremes that accompany monthly hormonal changes, such as PMS and PMDD, or whenever irritation, anger, sadness, frustration, or other abnormal moods occur between periods.*
For best results, begin taking Peacekeeper herb drops 7 to 10 days prior to the onset of PMS symptoms, usually two weeks or more before a period, and continue taking while abnormal moods persist. Shake well and take 20 drops (1 mL) or half a dropper full per 50 pounds of body weight by mouth two to three times per day, or as directed by your healthcare professional. For fastest results, hold under the tongue for a minute before swallowing. If taste is too strong, dilute first in a small amount of room temperature water or other liquid. For those sensitive to alcohol, place drops in heated water and allow to cool; most of the alcohol will evaporate.
Alternate Dosages & Frequency
If satisfactory results are not achieved after three days at the recommended serving size, increase the frequency of use to a maximum of four times per day before increasing the serving size. Do not exceed 40 drops (2 mL) per 50 pounds of body weight. Not for use by pregnant or nursing women or in children under 12.
Chinese angelica (root), Bai-zhu atractylodes (rhizome), Poria (whole herb), White peony (root), Bupleurum (root), Nutgrass (rhizome), Silk tree (bark), Ginger (fresh rhizome), Turmeric (tuber), Licorice (root) honey-fried, Mint (leaf)
Filtered water, ethyl alcohol from sugarcane (less than 17% by packaged volume), USP pharmaceutical grade vegetable glycerin
Cautions & Contraindications
It's important to use Peacekeeper as intended to promote maximum health. In addition to the General Cautions for All Formulas section, please follow these guidelines:
- Consult your healthcare professional if you are taking antidepressants; Peacekeeper contains silk tree bark (albizia), which may alter the effects of antidepressant medications.
- Do not use Peacekeeper with uncontrolled hypertension.
- Use alcohol with caution when taking Peacekeeper, especially until you know how your body responds.