"This is great for alleviating my occasional worried mind. I seem to sleep better at night as well. "
- Bill W.
Why We Love Relaxed Mind - Keeping Your Mind Calm and Focused
All organic ingredients
Packaged and blended in USA
Non-addictive, no drowsiness
Pure - no fillers or additives
Based on an Ancient Ayurvedic formula
Reduces stress - uplifts mood
Stay focused, yet relaxed. Master ayurvedic formula with all organic herbs and spices helps to gently focus your brain and soothe nerves.
Possible Health Benefits
Helps the mind stay relaxed, yet focused. Calms and helps coordinate optimal brain functioning. Helps you cope better with everyday stress. Helps to keep the mind naturally clear.
How To Use
Take one capsule 1 hour after meals, once or twice a day, or as directed by your health consultant.
organic shankapushpi, organic brahmi,organic ashwagandha,organic gotu kola,organic passionflower, organic valerian, organic vidari kanda, organic guduchi,organic licorice, organic cardamon, organic cinnamon,organic fennel, organic clove.
Natural Techniques for Relieving Stress and Worry
One of the keys to overall happiness and wellbeing is the removal of worry and stress. These two areas cause an increase in anxiety which elevates the bodies ‘stress hormones’. While the production of the hormones are part of our survival factors in ‘fight or flight’, when continued over the long term they can cause high blood pressure as well as potential risk for heart attack and stroke. There are many natural methods that can be used to reduce and eliminate stress so that you can enjoy a life of happiness.
Redirect to Enjoyment:
Set aside the worry by redirecting your focus to something that makes you laugh or gives you a sense of calm and pleasure. Go for a long walk with the dog and enjoy nature. Watch the videos that make you smile. Laugh so hard that tears run down your cheeks. Laughter itself generates the positive hormones that bring blood pressure down as well as open the body to a healthier circulation.
Stay Away from caffeine and stimulants
Caffeine and other stimulants increase the adrenaline factors of the body which can in turn encourage stress and anxiety. Try to eliminate caffeine in all of its forms, including coffee, chocolate, soft drinks and guarana. Limit yourself to just two cups of regular tea per day.
Natural herbs to reduce stress
There are a number of herbs that nature provides that will help in the reduction of anxiety and worry. Chamomile, passionflower, oats, kava, valerian, damania and St. John’s wort, licorice, Siberian ginseng, withania and rhodiola are the most popular. Vanilla essential oil is also known to produce a calming effect for the mind and body.
Aromatherapy for body and soul
Making use of aromatherapy allows the sense of smell to bypass the area of the brain that is involved in worrying (the cognitive brain). Scents that reduce anxiety and stress can include sandalwood and nag champa as well as essential oils such as lavender, vanilla or rose.
Breathe deeply and well
When we are stressed there is a tendency to have shallow breaths, which is not healthy for the body. Begin practicing deep, long breaths, count to three when you breathe in and four when you breathe out. This brings oxygen into the bloodstream and helps as a calming effect. Affirmations to Self
Yes, this means talking to yourself in reassurance that all will be well. Whatever the stress trigger, at that moment, stop and remind yourself of everything that you have overcome and that this too shall be accomplished. Practice the art of gratefulness, even in the highest worry times.
Share with someone that cares
Talking with someone that understands and is caring allows you to piece together a stressful puzzle while also receiving advice that you may not have considered. There is a process involved in the sharing that moves to resolution and then allows a calming effect when understood.
Locate a calm area and set aside 15-30 minutes. Lower the lights, add candles and sit comfortably. Add aromatherapy to help establish a soothing environment. Clear your mind of all of the inner voices. Breathe deeply and quietly. Envision all of the stress to flow from the top of your head out through fingers and toes; to be gone.
Always check with a primary care physician before making any changes, including natural herbs, to your dietary and daily regimen.