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Bach Rescue® Pastilles Natural Stress Relief Lemon -- 1.7 oz


Bach Rescue® Pastilles Natural Stress Relief Lemon
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Bach Rescue® Pastilles Natural Stress Relief Lemon -- 1.7 oz

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Bach Rescue® Pastilles Natural Stress Relief Lemon Description

  • Original Flower Remedies
  • Homeopathic
  • Trusted Worldwide for Generations

Bach Rescue Pastilles are tasty candy especially formulated using the Original Bach Flower Remedy™ formula for use by the whole family, including children.

 

Dr. Bach formulated Rescue™ Remedy nearly a hundred years ago, yet never before has it been more relevant with millions of people relying on Rescue™ Remedy throughout the world to get themselves through the complications and shocks of life.

 

Rescue Pastilles are ideal for coping with exam stress, driving tests, first day of school nerves, job interviews and high pressure environments. The funky tin with an easy “press on the lid” opening and closing mechanism. It is easy to take anywhere and with natural flavoring safe for use by the whole family.

 


Directions

For relief of occasional stress. Dissolve 1 Pastille in mouth as required.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredients: Each 5X (HPUS): Cherry Plum (Prunus ceraisfera), Clematis (Clematis vitalba), Impatiens (Impatiens glandulifera), RockRose (Helianthemum nummularium), Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum).
Inactive Ingredients: Beeswax, citric acid, gum arabic, isomalt, lemon (as flavor), maltitol, sorbitol, tumeric, vegetable oil, xylitol.
Warnings

Ask a doctor before use in children under 12. Excessive consumption may induce mild laxative effects. If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a doctor before use. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Not suitable for animals.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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5 Ways to Find Comfort During Chaotic Times

In my many years (er, lifetime?) of yearning for an unyielding cocoon of comfort, I've got the drill down pat. Even though I know, intellectually, that I'll never ride a continuous wave of content, part of me keeps thinking it's only because I haven't yet discovered the cheat sheet for it. Alas, there is no cheat sheet. But when I’m able to stretch beyond my woe-is-me whine in order to tap truths I’ve left dusty for lack of putting them to use, dukkha sets me straight (straight-ish, to be completely honest).   Young Woman Knitting in Chair Near Window as Way to Find Comfort Amid Chaos | Vitacost.com/blog The Buddhist concept is rooted in the stark reality that crappy stuff happens all the time—to me, to you, to everybody. It’s the mark of existence. But like a band of idiots, we resist it, in turn creating our own suffering, often convinced that the reason we can't get our act together is because there's something wrong with us or with life itself. I'm here for you though, friends. We can still find creature comforts to ease our resistance and, on our noble days, to create powerful practices that recast our perspective.

Easy Ways to Find Comfort

1. Make a cup of tea (or a different warm and yummy drink).

You'll feel better about yourself and whomever you're around if you're holding a warm drink, according to a study cozily titled “Experiencing Physical Warmth Promotes Interpersonal Warmth.” Shouldn’t matter if this practice is put to use amid frigid arctic temps or a summer blaze, so go for it unless the weather is hot enough for you to want to plunge into an ice bath.

2. Engage in your favorite pastime or hobby.

I bet you follow this strategy already because the very definition of a pastime or hobby is something you do at your leisure in order to feel pleasure, comfort’s close cousin. Enjoy watching YouTube videos of people cleaning their homes? Settle into a comfy chair (maybe with a cup of tea?). Your flight simulator soothe you? Zone out in the virtual clouds. Like to bake or cook? Find an interesting recipe that uses what you have on hand, or keep it simple and indulgent (hello chocolate chip cookies).

3. Sit or lie in sunshine.

If you do this outside, protect your skin (though generally 15 minutes of direct sun exposure, a few times a week and without sunscreen, is good for vitamin D production). Even if an umbrella shades you, the sun’s ambient glow will loosen your grip. If you cover your face with fabric, opt for light colors, so that you can sense the rays through your closed eyes. If you're inside, take cues from cats: Hog the light and spread out like royalty.

4. Listen to music.

Listen to music you love, but know that the most calming tunes are 60 beats per minute. That cadence does wonderful things to your brain waves. Yah. I know what you're thinking: How do you expect me to know how many beats per minute music is? University of Nevada offers songs you can explore. It also notes that Native American, Celtic, Indian stringed instruments, drums and flutes “are very effective at relaxing the mind even when played moderately loud.”

5. Be still and silent for (at least) 5 minutes.

If you're always on the go, this suggestion sounds like torture. But I swear, based on my professional and personal experience, you'll benefit from it more than your buddy who blisses out on doing as little as possible. You're on to me if you can tell this tactic is a soft sell for meditation—strategy numero uno for creating comfort for ourselves. A writer, ghostwriter and editor in the wellness realm, Mitra Malek has worked with some of the foremost thought leaders and practitioners of mindfulness and self-exploration. Still, she is a work in progress.

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