soothe insomnia and troubled busy minds with our sedating nervines - fall asleep and stay asleep with no cloudy morning mind. herbs can be more highly concentrated into oils than could be consumed in teas. Simply apply anywhere on the body before bedtime, and enjoy your healing rest. lovely for pregnancy and breastfeeding.
I created this blend after my own frustration with natural sedatives that didn’t leave me cloudy the next day. So I finally just made my own. And thank goodness it works so well.
comes in a 3 ounce bottle or .35 ounce roll on.
Ingredients: ashwaganda, catnip, chamomile, hops, lavender, lemon balm, linden, moringa, motherwort, mugwort, passion flower, schisandra, skullcap, valerian, sunflower, olive, jojoba, apricot kernel, and vitamin E oils
Our herbal oils are administered topically to be absorbed into the body to attain systemic (throughout the body) distribution. Our oils are not essential oils (steam distilled), but instead are medicinal herbs that have fat soluble medicinal constituents, meaning the healing and therapeutic components are easily extracted into oils. The skin is the largest organ of the body and much can be absorbed topically, particularly fat soluble extracts. To illustrate, think of topical medications (nitroglycerin, hormone replacement, patches), magnesium, facial serums, creams, gels, lotions, or ointments. Our medicinal herbs have been hand picked, and extracted deeply into high quality, nourishing oils. Use them as medicine - massage them into yourself or loved ones as treatment that includes therapeutic touch and love to heal and nourish. Practice abdominal massage, and mindfulness of what is truly bothering your tummy as you reflect and connect with touch. Essential oils are often too harsh to use on delicate or sensitive skin; medicinal herbs extracted into oils for massage are gentler on the skin and safe for sensitive or delicate skin, while in more concentrated medicinal doses than obtainable by drinking teas. Topical application also means herbs that may be too bitter tasting to drink can still be therapeutically absorbed transdermally.