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Add A Scoop - Relaxing Blend

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Add A Scoop Relaxing Blend
by Smoothie Essentials

GMO Free – Gluten Free

Add A Scoop Relaxing Blend Relax the natural way! Most people find even day-to-day living increasingly stressful and slowing down isn't always easy. Relaxing Blend can assist you and ease you into calming down after a busy day.

Kosher – Halal – Vegan

Nutritional Information

  • 20 Calories

  • 0 Total Fat

  • 0 Cholesterol

  • 4 gms Carbohydrates

  • 0 Fiber

  • 0 gms Protein

  • 0 Sugars


Ingredients

  • Ginger Root

  • Chamomile

  • GABA

  • Valerian Root


Relaxing Blend is a great way to unwind.

Anti-anxiety drugs are prescribed more and more, but there are natural ways to reset the body’s balance and feel more calm. This is one area in particular where herbal remedies have made great impact for those who wish to avoid chemical solutions for everyday stress.

Featured Ingredients

Ginger Root

The underground root of the ginger plant is commonly used in therapeutic treatments as well as cooking as it is flavorful as well as medicinal. Some remedies also use ginger to treat joint and muscle pain.

Chamomile

Chamomile has been helpful to sleepless people for thousands of years. A member of the daisy family, a beverage which is made from the pretty flower of the chamomile is a very popular choice by those who feel anxious and need to settle down.

GABA

Gamma Amino Butyric acid. Impressive name but in easily stated words, it plays a role in regulating excitability throughout the nervous system. It also plays a role in muscle tone.

Valerian

pic1Valerian has been used as a medicinal herb since at least the time of ancient Greece and Rome. It is a perennial flowering plant with heads of sweetly scented pink or white flowers. Valerian’s therapeutic properties were described by Hippocrates, and Galen later prescribed it as a remedy for insomnia. In medieval Sweden, it was sometimes placed in the wedding clothes of the groom to ward off the “envy” of the elves. During World War II, it was used in England to relieve the stress of air raids.

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