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Mickelberry Gardens Bee Calm Stress Relief Srpay -- 2 Lamp


Mickelberry Gardens Bee Calm Stress Relief Srpay
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Mickelberry Gardens Bee Calm Stress Relief Srpay Description

  • Bee Calm Stress Relief Spray Blends Raw Honey, Apple Cider Vinegar and Gentle Herbs
  • Traditionally Used to Decrease Anxiousness and Promote Relaxation, Calm and Restful Sleep
  • Raw

Designed to promote relaxation and calming of the mind and body, our Relaxation Tonic is available in a convenient 2 oz. spray to take on the go! No matter where you are, a spritz or two can help ease tension, stress, and anxiousness. Raw honey is known to have a relaxing, sedative effect on the body, and the herbs we have included are known for promoting a calm state of mind. This blend of honey and herbs is also a wonderful digestion tonic.

 

Flavor Profile:
Bee Calm Stress Relief Spray is sweet like honey, and has a delicious sour zing from the apple cider vinegar. It has a delicious herbal flavor, with a hint of lavender. The texture is thick and syrupy.

 

Mickelberry Gardens Bee Calm Stress Relief Spray is a Raw oxymel – made with local raw honey and raw apple cider vinegar. Hippocrates promoted using vinegar mixed with honey as both an energizing tonic and a healing elixir. When honey is kept raw, it retains all of its healing virtues and preserves the delicate flavors from millions of wildflowers. Raw apple cider vinegar is rich with vitamins, antioxidants, enzymes, and probiotics.

 

Our Bee Calm Stress Relief Spray is made using the highest quality ingredients available. All our honey and certified organic apple cider vinegar is sourced from regional producers. We only purchase the freshest, whole organic herbs - often direct from local farmers. Our honey is tested for purity, and all of our herbs are screened carefully for quality and strength.

 

We make all our products with strict attention to quality. Our facility is certified GMP-compliant, and is free of all major allergens, including gluten.

 

Mickelberry Gardens

- Living Raw Ingredients -

- Locally Sourced And Sustainably Harvested -

- Family Owned And Operated -

- Dedicated To The Health of Bees and the Environment -

  • A traditional Oxymel formula made with raw honey, certified organic raw apple cider vinegar, and certified organic herbs.
  • Contains five relaxing nervine herbs that support stress relief and help decrease of nervous tension.
  • Support with decreasing nervous tension, relieving stress and is also a wonderful digestive tonic.
  • Can assist with improving sleep if taken near bed time.
  • Spray dosing is convenient and easy. Wellness to Go! A Health & Travel Essential!


Directions

Suggested Use: Spray into the mouth and swallow as needed. Shake well before use.

Shelf stable - no refrigeration needed.

 

Serving Size: Use as many sprays throughout the day as needed.

Free Of
Allergen, 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.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 tsp. 20 Sprays (5 mL) (6 g)
Servings per Container: 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories15
Total Carbohydrate4 g1%
Total Sugars (includes 4g added sugars)4 g8%
All sugars present are naturally occurring from raw honey
Proprietary Extract Blends1440 mg*
Other Ingredients: Raw Pacific Northwest honey, raw apple cider vinegar*, passionflower*, lemon balm*, chamomile*, skullcap*, and essential oil of lavender*. *Organc. We source from local producers.
Warnings

Do not give raw honey to children under 1 year of age. Consult your healthcare provider on use of herbs during pregnancy, while breastfeeding or with prescription drugs.

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Try a ‘Sound Bath’ to Ease Anxiety, Relax and Create Inner Peace

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]All sounds at any given moment, when taken in aggregate as an environment, create a soundscape: a powerful tool that helps (or hinders) how humans relate to their surroundings. Increased awareness of how sound can heal or harm may have something to do with the rise of sound baths. According to The New York Times, “One way sound is related to health is through noise pollution: traffic noise, planes flying overhead, loud concerts. The World Health Organization lists noise pollution as an increasing threat to human health, and recently set limits on environmental noise.”

Woman Relaxing with Headphones on Floormat to Represent What is a Sound Bath Concept | Vitacost.com/blog

What is a sound bath?

Lately sound baths—an experience in which a group of people gather, often while lying on a mat, to listen to sounds produced through various instruments (such as singing bowls, tuning forks or gongs)—are trending. Hear them pop up everywhere: at yoga studios, basements, churches, community centers and even some prisons and hospitals. Sound baths, like most forms of performed music, bring people together. But the experience of a sound bath is more meditative and soothing than most musical encounters, which often seek to entertain or provoke. Sound baths work via entrainment. Entrainment synchronizes our fluctuating brainwaves by providing a stable frequency which the brainwave can attune to. Harnessing rhythm and frequency, sound baths entrain our brainwaves. Sound baths offer a harmonic source of healing, a sound conduit to help release anxiety, depression, insomnia and more. The sound frequencies played in sound baths tend to slow down brain waves to a deeply restorative state, aka the relaxation response, which activates the body's system of self-healing. Inside the relaxation response, marvelous things occur. Oxygen consumption lessens, blood pressure decreases, heart rate and respiration rate slows, muscles unwind, the mind clears and a sense of calm prevails. It’s similar to how meditators and yogis work with their breath, but with sound it's the frequency which influences the shift. Although sound healing has become more prominent in recent years, as a healing modality that goes back to ancient times. From vocal chanting, mantra repetition and shamanic icaros medicine songs of various Indigenous peoples from Central and South America, to instruments such as Tibetan singing bowls, shamanic drums or the Australian didgeridoo, you will find some form of sound healing in practically every culture on earth.

How does sound affect our health?

The benefits of sound bath or a sound healing home practice, can include improved sleep, reduction of chronic pain and blood pressure, lowered cholesterol and a decreased risk of heart disease. In a study published in 2014, for patients being weaned off mechanical ventilation, provided with sounds of nature, there was a significant reduction in agitation and anxiety. This was quantified through heart rate, expressions of pain and blood pressure, when compared to a control group of patients who did not listen to these sounds. In 2017, a study found that singing bowl sound meditation was helpful in reducing tension, depression symptoms, fatigue and anger in a group of 62 adults.

What to expect from a sound healing?

Of course, everyone's experience is different. And experiences vary each time, and unexpected things may come up in a session. Most people will feel very relaxed during a sound healing; some might have visualizations, receive creative downloads, or have an emotional breakthrough. Whether it’s a communal sound bath or personal private session, the length of a typical session is anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes, during which healers use tools like a vibroacoustic bed and instruments such as gongs, drums, bells, tuning forks, singing bowls, cymbals or chimes to create tactile vibrations at specific frequencies.

How can you integrate sound healing into your wellness routine?

Sound healing is accessible to everyone, and you can find innovative ways to incorporate into your wellness routine. Attend a local sound bath to get inspired, but you can also listen to prerecorded sessions. They are easy to find online, or you can listen to a sound therapy playlist on Spotify or some other app. Listening to sound through speakers means some of the nuances are dulled, but earbuds or headphones can help with that. To really take sound healing to the next level, you can also invest in instruments (such as a simple singing bowl) and play them for yourself. But another fantastic way to tap into sound’s ability to nourish is to discover how your own voice is an instrument of healing. You can do this by humming, chanting and singing. Hum to yourself for just two minutes and notice how your mood begins to shift. Or you can choose specific frequencies to hum to clear and balance particular energy centers in your body. Vocal toning exercises are a good place to begin.

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Lip Buzz

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