...It improved my quality of life, my general well-being, and cleared the fog that surrounded me for so long...
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RELIQUA is a natural, herbal formulation, based on an ancient formula that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to elevate the spirit since the 2nd century.

The herbal ingredients harmoniously complement and strengthen each other to provide the most efficient results.

With Reliqua you can achieve Genuine Peace of Mind:


Clinically used

Scientifically tested and clinically used for over 10 years


can be acquired regardless of daily routine

Complete Comfort

Easy to use
& digest

No prescription required

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RELIQUA is a novel, scientifically tested, herbal formula (dietary supplement) aimed at alleviating symptoms of depression and anxiety. This breakthrough response to an existing unmet need provides both patients and doctors with a natural formula that works.

With over 10 years of practical, positive clinical experience, the RELIQUA formula supports and helps patients to cope with symptoms of depression and anxiety as well as enhance well-being and restores calmness. RELIQUA is safe, effective, easy to use and digest.

RELIQUA does not affect sexual activity or weight change.

RELIQUA uniquely consists of these four elements from Traditional Chinese Medicine:

Crataegus pinnatifida

According to traditional Chinese medicine literature, works through the liver channel to greatly effect anxiety

Lilium brownii

According to traditional Chinese medicine literature , works through the heart and lungs channels to clear excess heat from the heart and calms the soul

Fructus zizyphi jujubae

According to traditional Chinese medicine literature, works through the spleen and digestive system channels to effect energy level and blood circulation.

Triticum aestivum

According to traditional Chinese medicine literature, works through the heart channel to absorb excess sweat and fluids

ABOUT anxiety & depression


Depression is the most common disorder in first world countries today.

Depression is defined as a mood disorder. Mood disorders are comprised of episodes. In order to diagnose a certain individual with a specific mood disorder there is a need to evaluate the content, length, frequency and fortitude of such episodes.

What happens to our bodies when we are depressed?

Physical and mental restlessness – we can feel slow and exhausted, or the opposite; restless, fidgety and anxious. We may have difficulty sitting calmly in one place, and it may be hard to concentrate and focus.

Reduced appetite and weight loss or increased cravings for food and weight gain – Food may become less tasty and less satisfying, causing us to lose our appetite or our interest in food altogether, which may lead to severe weight loss. At times, depression may cause the opposite; drastic weight gain.

Decrease in sexual drive or the ability to have sex – this occurs in both men and women.

Sleep disturbances – we may experience difficulties falling asleep, or wake up often during the night. The fact that these sleep disturbances occur in the dark cause additional tension, contributing to our general mental suffering. Depression may, on the other hand, cause us to sleep too much.

Tiredness and lack of energy – we may find that even the smallest tasks take extra effort, depending on the level and severity of our depression.

Physical problems – we may experience headaches and changes in blood pressure, disorders in our digestive system and a general feeling of weakness. These symptoms sometimes lead to a fear of other illnesses.

What happens to our behavior when we are depressed?

Decrease in function and loss of interest or pleasure – we lose interest and pleasure in most or all normal activities, and experience feelings of worthlessness and lack of meaning from things that we once found satisfying or enjoyable: hobbies, social events, recreation etc. Also, we may lose our ability to perform our work or chores.

Difficulty concentrating or making decisions – we may have a hard time concentrating on the simplest things like reading, the television, a conversation with friends etc. Also, we may experience difficulty in deciding what to wear or eat; a simple decision of this kind may seem much more significant and complicated.

What do we feel when we are depressed?

Pessimism – we experience negative thoughts, a constant fear of failure, feelings of sadness, tearfulness, emptiness or hopelessness etc.

Feelings of worthlessness or guilt, fixating on past failures or self-blame. Everything may seem more serious, severe or extreme.


Anxiety is defined as a mental state that is commonly accompanied by physical symptoms, in which a person feels distress or great fear from everyday situations.

It is important to understand that there is a difference between feeling anxious and feeling scared. Fear usually occurs when one feels tension or worry from something real, that could potentially be dangerous. Anxiety, on the other hand, usually occurs in connection with daily activities, is difficult to control, and is out of proportion to the actual danger. One may avoid places or situations to prevent these feelings. Anxiety is a natural feeling and sometimes even helps the body cope with certain situations better. When these feelings become “part of life” and interfere with normal day to day activities, there is a need for treatment.

Most people experience symptoms of temporary anxiety in high-stressed situations. A kind of “alarm system” goes off in our body and its role is to warn and caution us from internal and external dangers. When the “alarm system” is imbalanced, false alarms begin to go off and a disorder develops.

How do we know if the fear we are experiencing is normal or problematic?

If we blow an occurrence out of proportion – for example, an anxiety attack may cause us to feel as if we are physically going to die, although in reality this is certainly not the case.

If we dwell on something for a long period of time – for example, if we lose many nights of sleep over the thought of boarding a plane in the near future.

If we experience recurring symptoms before an event – for example, if we have an anxiety attack over the thought of seeing a scorpion before any nature walk or trip.  



Way of Life – Quality of Life

Exercise, eat healthy, Get out of the house, Surround yourself with family and friends – This is how you overcome depression

Get moving

A study conducted in Norway concluded that the chance of suffering from depression was twice as high for people who do not engage in regular physical activity. This doesn’t mean that you have to run a marathon, even a fairly effortless activity can help symptoms of depression. Physical activity in the workplace is not enough, since a big part of the reason this is effective is due to interaction with other people, getting out of the house and experiencing a leisure activity.

Eat a healthy, depression fighting diet

Everyone know that feeing when after a bad break-up the only thing you think will make you feel better is to lock yourself in your room and eat ice cream. Studies show that people with diets rich in meat, fish, fruit, vegetables and whole grains suffer less mental symptoms such as depression than people that have fried, processed and sweetened food in their diets. It is quite possible that people with these symptoms eat unhealthy foods to compensate for the feeling of depression and there is no direct connection to the absence of these symptoms. Though in the long term, this may have a “snowball effect” and lead to raspatory issues, blood flow problems, weight gain, decrease in physical activity, and as a result, depression.

Get out of the house – Don’t cut yourself off from the world

One of the features of depression is people’s tendency to listen to their inner voice of self-criticism that goes out of balance during such times. The negative inner voice seems like the truth while the positive inner voice is appressed and ignored. The best way to cope with this effect is to recognize those bad thoughts and ignore them. Your negative inner voice is ordering you right now to isolate yourself, lie in bed and do nothing, be alone. You must do the exact opposite. Sunlight is the best disinfectants, second to it is the people you love, family and friends. Do not be ashamed of the state you are currently in, everybody experiences hardships from time to time, you are just experiencing a crisis right now, it will pass. The fact that you are suffering right now does not at all mean that you are less than anyone.  

Take Care of the problem – Ignoring it won’t make it disappear

The last thing you want to do right now is go get treatment. The general feeling is that nothing will help anyway is very wrong. Treatment is the key for knowing how to cope with feelings you are experiencing. It will teach you to maneuver between the negative voice and the right voice, assist you with diagnosing and recognizing the problem, teach you to defeat the symptoms of depression or anxiety and also offer important and practical exercises that will significantly ease your situation. Professional treatment is very important, it offers you successful tools to take on the problem that cannot be reached alone.


Nadav Kately Dip .AC. Hbs VP R&D and Founder

Chinese medicine therapist and Chinese herb expert.
One of the top Israeli therapists in Chinese medicine specializes in Oncology as well as depression and anxiety treatment. Interned in China and worked closely for many years with senior Chinese herbalist and therapist Professor Shiu. A “Medicine” college graduate. Interned in the Chinese hospitals, Guang An Men and Wang-Jing, Beijing, China, years 2004-2006. Lecturer of Chinese medicine at “Broshim” college, Tel Aviv.

Adam Ruimi CEO and Founder

Adam began his career in the Hi-tech industry, later joined Blue Marble where he serves as CEO since 2014.

Adam specializes in managing a diverse range of companies and entrepreneurial projects from start to finish. An IDC Law and Business graduate intern in funding. Currently studies the Executive MBA program by Kellogg Recanati at Tel Aviv University.

Dr. Ravid Doron VP of Science and Founder

Head of Research and Development. Head of the Behavioral Neuroscience lab, , The Academic college of Tel-Aviv Yafo.

Arielle Cohen (Adv.) Legal counselor

Arielle graduated cum laude from IDC Herzliya, majoring in law and business management, in 2009.
She worked as an associate at a one of Israel’s leading commercial law firms for 6 years.
Her main areas of practice include commercial law, corporate law and banking and finance.
She has been the legal adviser for Lobassa Ltd. since 2016.

Willy Goldfarb Sales and Marketing

Began his career in the hotel industry and served as a manager of a boutique hotel in Tel Aviv owned by Blue Marble. In 2016 was promoted to the parent company in which he is responsible for various projects in marketing, sales. branding etc. Willy is a law graduate of the IDC international business program.

Ofer Amit (Adv., Lic.Ac.Herbs) Business Development Consultant

Business Consultant. With over 25 years of International Senior Business Management experience, specializing in Project Management, General Management and Business Development.

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