You can find more about this topic from these:
- A blog that is published by the Harvard Medical School. The writer discusses several types of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) that she learned from psychiatrists who work at Massachusetts General Hospital. She analyzes and makes short descriptions on each CAM for psychiatric disorders.
- Dr. Lissa Rankin suggests and examines the ways to cure depression using natural remedies. In addition to several detailed explanations for appropriate usage and efficacy of each supplements to reduce depressive symptoms, she provides some helpful advice to live and behave healthily.
- This blog focuses on traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for depression and anxiety treatment. Some major TCM therapies include acupuncture and herbal tea. You might find interesting and enjoy to understand some unique Oriental depression therapy methods.
- There are several helpful suggestions to remove depressive feelings. Dr. Robert Shiel is a credible writer of this blog who has a BA in psychology and MA and PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Notre Dame. He explains each suggestions with valid scientific studies. He discusses herbal medications and several other easy, natural remedies for depression.
- The writer of this blog defines the meaning of “depression” deeply. He also discusses some possible causes of depression and risks of using antidepressants. He provides useful tips to decrease depression rate.
- In this blog, you can find other herbal medicines that are not discussed in my blog. Such herbs include Rhodiola rosea, Camu Camu, Ashwagandha, and Maca. There are many helpful information about each herb with credible evidences. You can find more options of herbal medications for depressions.
- It is a blog about useful herbal medicines and tips for everyday behavior to reduce depression. You may find many interesting suggestions for depression therapy, including a therapy which uses light. You may also find useful information for your diet.
- You may find additional information about St. John’s wort and saffron from this blog. Many other supplements are also analyzed and discussed carefully in the blog. The writer reports some herbs that are not proven yet for depression treatment.