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Herb Pharm Green Tea Alcohol Free Optimal Well-Being -- 1 fl oz


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Herb Pharm Green Tea Alcohol Free Optimal Well-Being Description

  • Gluten Free

We prepare our Green Tea glycerite from the young leaves of Camellia sinensis plants which are Certified Organically Grown on the Ambootia Tea Plantation in Darjeeling, India

 

To assure optimal quality, the leaves are hand-harvested at their peak of potency and are then promptly heat-dried to stabilize and extract their antioxidant catechins and flavonoids. These leaves are then shipped direct to our laboratory and thoroughly extracted.


Directions

Shake well before using. Take up to 40 drops in 2 oz. of water or juice, two to four times per day. Best taken between meals.

 

40 drops has less than 12 mg of caffeine, which is equal to 1/8 of a cup of coffee.

Free Of
Alcohol and gluten

*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: Vegetable glycerine, distilled water and green tea extractives. Dry herb/menstruum ratio: 1:5
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5 Ways Being Humble Makes You Healthier and Happier

In a nation where chest-thumping and individual achievement are celebrated, it’s tough to be humble.

And yet, science says humility goes a long way in making you healthier and happier.

“Our research shows that people who are high in humility also tend have a positive sense of well-being,” says Steven Sandage, a licensed psychologist and the Albert and Jessie Danielsen professor of psychology of religion and theology at Boston University.  

Couple Practicing Humility Embracing With Eyes Closed and Content Smiles | Vitacost.com/blog

In honor of Be Humble Day – Feb. 22 – here are five ways humility improves your life.

1. Humble people are more helpful

Humble people are more likely to lend a helping hand to those in need, according to the 2012 findings of University of Maine psychology researcher Jordan LaBouff.

LaBouff found that humble students were more likely to give time and resources to help a fellow student in need. The students with humility were likely to help even when there was little social pressure to do so, he noted.

2. Humble people have better relationships

Humble people more attractive to potential partners, according to a 2015 study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology.

In addition, a dose of humility might go a long way in keeping the flame of a romantic relationship burning. The study found that people who are humble are more forgiving of partners, and thus better equipped to repair fraying bonds of long-term unions.

Indeed, Sandage says his own research has found that humility leads to greater marital satisfaction.

3. Humble people show a greater capacity for emotional growth

Humility helps people remain teachable and open to life lessons, Sandage says.

“The Lakota said that humility is the virtue life will teach us if we don't learn it on our own,” he says.

Humble people are also more open to being vulnerable and receiving help when it’s needed, Sandage says.

4. Humble people excel at work

A little humility can help boost your performance on the job, according to 2011 findings out of Baylor University.

As part of the study, workers were asked to rate their own levels of humility and honest. Those who reported the highest levels of these traits also were deemed to be the best performers when supervisors were asked to rank employee performance.

Researchers found that a combination of humility and honestly has an even greater impact on job performance than other positive traits, such as "agreeableness" and "conscientiousness."

5. Humble people see beyond themselves and care more about others

Humble people are more willing to consider perspectives other than their own, Sandage says. They seek to understand diverse views on social and cultural issues.

“Humility can also protect us against the corrosive effects of narcissism, which tempts us to puff ourselves up,” Sandage says.

Ways to increase your humility

Some people are naturally humble, but the rest of us must work at it. Fortunately, Sandage says there are things you can do to increase your sense of humility.

For starters, ask friends and loved ones to share insights about your strengths, and areas where you need to grow. “Invite honest feedback from others,” Sandage says.

Another tip is to journal about things that are deeply important to you, but that stretch beyond your own self-interest.

Finally, Sandage encourages you to think about social status, and how it fits into your personal value system. Increase your sense of humility by focusing on “the ways in which people are valuable regardless of status,” he says.

 

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