A new herbal medicine is in the works, but not for Superman.
Instead, the new medicine could be used to treat bipolar disorder, an illness that afflicts up to one in four American adults.
According to a press release from Boldo Labs, the company’s new herbal product is designed to treat the symptoms of bipolar disorder in a way that doesn’t require a prescription.
The company claims the new drug works by mimicking the effect of serotonin in the brain.
This is what causes people with bipolar disorder to feel like they’re being watched and to feel a sense of worthlessness.
In a video demonstration, the Boldo team demonstrated that the new treatment would not only improve symptoms of depression, but also increase energy and energy levels.
It also provides a way for people with mood disorders to experience happiness, as well as prevent people from becoming manic or hypomanic.
The new medicine has been developed by a team of researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which has also created an herbal medicine that treats anxiety, depression and panic disorders.
“Boldo Labs believes the future of medicine lies in the treatment of people with mental illness and the potential for the new Boldo Herbivore to help to combat that epidemic,” said Michael Wahlberg, CEO of Boldo.
“Boldorim are an innovative and groundbreaking team at Boldo who are developing a new, natural medicine that offers the potential to heal mental health issues and alleviate stress and anxiety.”
In addition to the new product, Boldo is also testing the treatment in a phase II clinical trial.
It’s not clear how long the trial will take, but the team is working to increase the number of participants and determine the efficacy of the new medication.
The trial will also test the efficacy and safety of the treatment as well.