Physical Tranquility is for the physically restless and overheated sleeper, who tosses and turns through the night leaving them agitated and unsettled the next morning. Inspired by the classic Chinese herbal medicine formula Emperor of Heaven Elixir, this natural, non-habit forming sleep formula is designed to calm and cool the body during the night, delivering peaceful rest and more energy the next day. Used for hundreds of years, we’ve modernized it for a night of quality sleep you never dreamed of.
Physical Tranquility is great for:
- The restless sleeper who tosses throughout the night
- The overheated sleeper
- Evening agitation
- Achieving peaceful, cool sleep
- Establishing a quality sleep pattern
THE HERBS AND THE FORMULA
Purity, authenticity and sustainability are the pillars of DAO Labs, which translates into how we develop our formulas. Physical Tranquility is inspired by the classic Chinese herbal combination Emperor of Heaven Elixir. Used for hundreds of years, we’ve improved upon this classic formula by incorporating flavor and convenience, while never compromising the heritage and power of this amazing practice.
All herbs are sourced in Asia but third-party tested in the U.S. for both safety and authenticity, setting a new standard for in Chinese herbal medicine. Learn more about the herbs in Physical Tranquility below.
Suan Zao Ren – Ziziphus spinosa
Sweet, sour, and neutral. Nourishing Heart yin and Liver Blood, sour jujube seeds are one of the most important Chinese herbal medicinals for better sleep.
Bai Zi Ren – Biota orientalis
Sweet and neutral. Known for calming the spirit, arborvitae seeds are used almost exclusively for sleep and associated needs such as irritability, forgetfulness, and keeping cool.
Dang Gui – Angelica sinensis
Sweet, pungent, and warm. Dang Gui is famous for supplementing the Blood and gently moving help the body in areas it needs it most. It is one of the most commonly used herbs for supporting women’s health.
Tian Men Dong – Asparagus cochinchinensis
Part of the asparagus family, Tian Men Dong produces dense roots that “nourish Kidney yin and clear Lung fire” and is commonly used to support the body for a variety of needs.
Mai Men Dong – Ophiopogon japonicas
The tubers of this species of monkeygrass are a very most important “yin supplementing” medicinal. It is used for lung and certain digestive support, and to clear heat and irritability from the Heart to improve sleep.
Sheng Di Huang – Rehmannia glutinosa
Sweet, bitter, and cold. Fresh Rehmannia root is a widely used in Chinese herbal medicine to “clear heat, cool the Blood, and nourish yin.” It helps the body recover from damage to yin and fluids caused by heat.
Ren Shen –Panax ginseng
Sweet, slightly bitter, and slightly warm. Ginseng root is famous for strongly supplementing qi to support both the lungs and digestion. It also “calms the spirit” for better sleep, anxiousness, and for mental clarity.
Dan Shen – Salvia miltiorrhiza
Bitter and slightly cold. Salvia root is a very important herbal medicinal for “activating the Blood and breaking up Blood stasis.” It is commonly used to support women’s health. But it also “clear heats and reduces irritability” making excellent for better sleep and restlessness.
Xuan Shen – Scrophularia ningpoensis
Salty, sweet, bitter, and cold. Scrophularia is used to “clear heat, cool the Blood, and nourish yin.” It also soften hardness.
Fu Ling - Poria cocos
Sweet, bland, and neutral. Poria is a fungus from the polyporaceae family, used to support digestion by “leaching out dampness and strengthening the Spleen.”
Wu Wei Zi - Schisandra chenensis
Sour and warm. Called “five flavored seed” in Chinese, tasting schinsandra is surprising experience. It’s dominant sour flavor is what allows it to retain all kinds of leakages, from sweating to other essential fluids. It also calms the spirit and aids sleep.
Jie Geng – Platycodon grandiflorum
Bitter, pungent, and neutral. Platycodon root is commonly used to support the lungs and throat. Doctors also use it to help bring the effects of other herbs to the upper body.
Yuan Zhi - Polygala tenuifolia
Pungent, bitter, and slightly warm. Yuan Zhi is widely used in sleep formulas and is known for calming the Heart, settling the spirit, and dispelling phlegm.
Bai Bu – Stemonia sessilifolia
Sweet, bitter, and neutral. When treated with honey, stemonia root is a powerful medicinal for treating all sorts of coughs. In its untreated form, it is effective in external applications against lice and pinworms.
Shi Chang Pu - Acorus gramineus
Pungent and warm. The roots and stems of Sweet Flag “open the orifices” with their powerful, penetrating aroma. Sweet Flag is used to dissolve phlegm to promote sleep and improve digestion.
Du Zhong - Eucommia ulmoides
Sweet and warm. The bark of eucommia tree is an important herb in Chinese medicine to treat broken bones and tendon injuries, prevent miscarriages, alleviate low back pain, and treat erectile dysfunction.
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