Lithium has been widely prescribed and researched as a mood stabilizing drug, yet it continues to be one of the most slandered and misunderstood therapies in medicine. Cast under a darkness and mystery for being one of the oldest treatments in psychopharmacology, what many have ignored is that lithium is not a synthetic chemical or pharmaceutical concoction. Rather, it is a mineral that is essential to human health. Present in trace amounts in the foods we eat and the water we drink, lithium is a critical nutrient for many aspects of human physiology. This website and our corresponding published book explore the exciting and promising new research that supplementation with low-dose lithium may improve human health and contribute to longevity. 

Topics covered will include:

  • Lithium as a mineral
  • Lithium as a nutrient
  • Lithium as a pharmaceutical
  • Low-dose lithium for emotional health
  • Low-dose lithium for cognitive decline and longevity 
  • Clinical cases and protocols