Your daily dose of calm through the power, heritage and popularity of Chinese herbs. When everyday life becomes overwhelming, it can wreak havoc on your health and quality of life. Regain control and find a healthier way to prevent and manage stress with Emotional Balance, a classic formula that brings calm, clarity and stillness to frazzled nerves and clouded minds.
Emotional Balance works to relieve:
- Anxiety and stress
- Mental tension
- PMS emotions
Other Ingredients: Honey, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, natural flavors (apple and cucumber).
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White Peony (root)/Bai Shao
Don’t let those delicate flowers fool you! The mighty roots of the peony plant have been used for centuries to nourish the blood and calm the liver during stressful times.
Poria (fungus)/Fu Ling
Seen naturally growing across the roots of Japanese pines, this white fungus is known to “quiet the heart and calm the spirit,” or in other words, helps with stress, anxiety and even insomnia.
Tangkuei (root)/Dang GuiAKA: Chinese Angelica Root
Commonly referred to as “female ginseng,” Chinese angelica root helps to strengthen, harmonize and regulate the blood, as well as reduce swelling during moments of stress.
Atractylodes (stem)/Bai ZhuAKA: White Rhizome
This earthy, bark-like herb is used for many of its healing properties including the promotion of energy (Qi) throughout the body to help manage stress or spontaneous perspiration.
Ginger (root)/Pao Jiang
Warming, aromatic ginger is commonly used as a “harmonizer” in Traditional Chinese Medicine, lending its potent powers to activate and sync the formula ingredients.
Bupleurum (root)/Chai HuAKA: Thorowax Root
Despite its thin, reed-like appearance, thorowax root is one powerful herb commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to alleviate stress, irritability and depression.
Mint (leaf)/Bo He
A natural healer, the aromatic leaves and stems of mint are known in TCM for their “cooling” properties, including the ability to refresh the mind and stimulate the nervous system.
Licorice (root)/Zhi Gan Cao
While it may sound like a delicious dessert, honey fried licorice root is commonly used as a formula harmonizer to bring energy (Qi) and strength to key organs fighting tension or imbalance.
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