Mental Tranquility is for the sleeper whose mind won’t turn off in the wee hours of the morning, leaving them restless, stressed and fatigued in the night and next day. Inspired by the classic Chinese herbal formula Return to Spleen, this natural, non-habit forming sleep formula is designed to quiet the mind and deliver peaceful rest like never before. Used for hundreds of years, we’ve modernized it for a night of quality sleep you never dreamed of.
Mental Tranquility is great for:
- A mind that won’t turn off
- Reducing stress in the night
- Waking up more happy
- Providing better mental clarity tomorrow
- 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. Mental Tranquility is inspired by the classic Chinese herbal combination Return to Spleen. 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 Mental Tranquility below.
Bai Zhu – Atractylodes Macrocephala
Bitter, sweet, and warm. Atractylodes is a rhizome that is a commonly used herb to supplement qi and dry dampness. Excellent for stomach support, energy and strong appetites.
Yuan Zhi - Polygala tenuifolia
Pungent, bitter, and slightly warm. Yuan Zhi is widely used in sleep formulas and is known for calming the Heart and settling the spirit.
Fu Shen – Poria Cocos
Sweet, bland, and neutral. Poria is a fungus from the polyporaceae family, used to address digestive issues by “leaching out dampness and strengthening the Spleen.” The part near the root is called Fu Shen or “Poria spirit” and is used to promote quality sleep.
Huang Qi – Astragalus membranaceus
Sweet and slightly warm. Astragalus is an important herb for supplementing qi and strengthening appetite and digestion. It also supports the “exterior” of the body and helps protect against frequent colds.
Long Yan Rou – Euphoria longan (longan fruit)
Sweet and warm. Longan fruit is known for nourishing the Blood and calming the spirit. It is frequently used to promote sleep, strengthen the heart, and boost memory.
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 medicinals for aiding sleep.
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.
Mu Xiang – Aucklandia lappa
Acrid, bitter, and warm. Aucklandia root has beautiful fragrant aroma. It regulates qi, supporting the body and commonly used for healthy digestion.
Gan Cao - Glycyrrhiza uralensis
Sweet and neutral. Licorce root is perhaps the most widely used medicinal herb in China. It gently supplements qi, and is supports the body for a range of matters.
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.
Sheng Jiang - Zingiber officinale
Pungent and slightly warm. Ginger root is not only an exciting spice but an important medicinal. It treats colds and coughs, warms the stomach, and is an excellent aid in reducing nausea and vomiting.
Da Zao – Ziziphus jujuba
Sweet and warm. Chinese dates, also known as jujube, is a popular fruit in China that is eaten both fresh and dried. When dried, it is also used in many medicinal prescriptions to gently supplement Qi and Blood to improve digestion.
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