Happiness of Mind – Sem-kyi De-kyid – Semde. The name translates as “Mental happiness” or “Happiness of the mind.”
When coupled with Agar 35, Sem-kyi is used to successfully help people recovering from use of potent drugs, antidepressants and other prescription drugs. These two formulas are used together has part of a treatment protocol for drug addition.
Because the liver and stomach have a specially close relationship, upward counterflow of the liver chi can also cause acid reflux and many other disorders as well as upward counterflow of the stomach chi. When this upwardly counter flowing chi or “wind” gets to the heart, it causes the heart chi or spirit to stir frenetically. In Tibetan medicine, this is explained by the saying that the Lhung or Wind is the horse upon which the mind rides. If the wind rushes about frenetically, then the mind will also stir abnormally. When we analyze the ingredients in this formula we will see that the above scenario is exactly what this formula “ Happiness of Mind” is used for and in understanding that it is recognized that it also has a number of bio medical applications that reach far beyond this description.
Use one or two pills once or twice a day in a.m. or p.m. with hot water. Can also be used in combination with either Bhim Mitra, Agar 35 or Amla 25.
STORAGE: Keep at moderate temperature, in dry place, away from sun, for up to two years.
The Formula: It consists of 18 natural ingredients that include Aquilaria agollocha, Mucuna prurita, Myristica fragrans, Saussurea lappa, Melia composite, Ferula jaeschkeana, Eugenia caryophylla, Piper nigrum, Piper longum, Hedychium spicatum:, Aconitum spicatum, Lepus Pectus Pectorus, Bos Grunniens Lipid, Molasses, Black salt. 100 % natural. No additional coloring, fillers or stabilizers.
Use: Depression and (SAD), ADD, PTSD, stress, irritability, anger, anxiety, multiple mood disorders. Treats Wind in the Heart and central life channel and supports an equal distribution of the chi through the channels and meridians. Specifically for depression, persistent Stress, Anxiety, Irritability and difficulty concentrating.