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R3Set Unwind Nautral Night Stress Support -- 14 Microdose Capsules

R3Set Unwind Nautral Night Stress Support
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R3Set Unwind Nautral Night Stress Support -- 14 Microdose Capsules

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R3Set Unwind Nautral Night Stress Support Description

  • Not Tonight, Stress ~ Unwind
  • Ashwagandha
  • Passion Flower
  • Chamomile
  • Melatonin Free
  • Sourced From Natural Ingredients
  • Vegan
  • GMO Free
  • Made In The USA

Naturally scented and flavored with lavender mint, and colored naturally to reduce to elevate your senses


You know how everything always settles down at night? How your stress just fades away, and you never think about work, or your son’s parent teacher conference, or the insane amount of cleaning you’ve been putting off? Yeah, neither do we. That’s why we’ve designed our evening and nighttime ingredients to support your unwinding process and natural sleep cycle.

And unlike other nighttime or sleep nutritional supplements, R3Set doesn’t use any antihistamines for drowsiness or lab made melatonin. It’s natural and botanical, and it’s all wonderful. Say it with us: "Not Tonight, Stress".

R3SET ingredients
R3SET has been expertly formulated by our stress experts with 12 natural ingredients backed by over 200 scientific studies.


Chamomile • Valerian Root • Ashwagandha • Lemon Balm

Beta Caryopyllene • Vitamin D • GAGA • Passion Flower


Things to know about R3Set


Botanical Ingredients

It is a botanical stress supplement with a unique combination of 12 natural and botanical active ingredients.

Stress Experts

Formulated by stress experts to help you make stress less stressful.

3 Body Systems

Unlike other products, it works on the 3 body systems most impacted by stress - nervous, endocrine and immune.

Day and Night Solution

We offer a day and night solution; Calm helps you focus during the day and Unwind helps you sleep at night.



Endocrine System

• Ashwagandha traditional herb known to ease stress


Nervous System

Passion Flower helps calm the nervous system


Immune System

Chamomile stimulates the body's natural defenses


Take 1 capsule, 1-2 times before bedtime. Not to exceed 4 capsules per day.
Free Of
Melatonin, animal ingredients and GMOs.

*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 Capsule
Servings per Container: 14
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol Oil) (from Lichen; 1,000,000 IU/g)10 mcg100%
Proprietary omega-3 oil blend:
Ahiflower Oil; MCT Oil; Beta-Caryophyllene; Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) CO2 Extract (Root); Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Co2 Extract (flower)
329 mg*
Proprietary 3 dimensional support micro-dose tablets:
Relora (proprietary blend of Magnolia officinalis (back) and Phellodendron amurense (bark); PharamGABA™ (Natural Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid); Sensoril® Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) Extract [8% Withanolides] (root and leaves); Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis) Extract 4:1 (Leaves); Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) Powder (Aerial Parts)
122.5 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Vegetable cellulose, microcystalline cellulose, colorant (beet juice, spirulina extract), hpmc, talc, titanium dioxide, polydextrose, xylitol, maltodextrin, citric acid, ascorbic acid, trehalose, trisodium citrate, silicon dioxide, lavender oil, menthol.

If you are taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

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Why Happiness is Important – and How to Add More to Your Life

This month, the Society of Happy People (SOHP) gives folks a reason to smile with a special occasion: Happiness Happens Day, taking place on August 8, 2021. And it’s certainly needed! A national tracking study by NORC at the University of Chicago found that only 14 percent of Americans consider themselves very happy – the unhappiest they've been in 50 years. But there's hope. This year, Happiness Happens Day coincides with Hunt for Happiness Week (August 1-7, 2021). What better time to reflect on your own happiness and what you can do it foster it?

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Why is happiness important? 

Happiness not only feels good, it actually has been shown to promote better immunity and healing, pain reduction, stress relief, heart health, clearer thinking, problem-solving and increased creativity. The thing is, happiness isn't a constant feeling. Life’s ups and downs can feel complicated and exhausting at times. Joy comes in patches. Happiness is made up of moments. So learning to nurture these moments is key to creating an overall positive mindset that makes happiness a habit.

What is emotional happiness?

Happiness is a positive emotional state brought on by pleasurable experiences. Big fireworks moments of joy and ecstasy are hard to miss. But are everyday moments like contentment, appreciation and satisfaction as noticeable? Maybe not so much. Yet, these smaller moments are the building blocks to leading a happier life. It’s important to learn to fine-tune your emotional meter to pick up on these more subtle, diverse forms of happiness using emotional intelligence.

Can we cultivate our own happiness?

Absolutely. Becoming happier is something we can do. Why is it needed? Scientists have discovered that humans have a negativity bias that makes negative experiences stand out as a residual trait for survival. This feature makes it harder to keep a happy mindset. But the brain can rewire itself to create positive circuits. Positivity training is one way to achieve that. Here are some ways to approach it.

How to feel happy

Let happiness build slowly. Be the tortoise, not the hare. Slow and steady wins the race; things made with a strong foundation tend to last.

Practice self-compassion.

Self-compassion is a great place to start. Embracing your whole self with kindness softens the outer shell and lets light in so other exercises can work. If you're sad, that’s OK. If you're angry, that’s OK, too. Accept yourself where you are in each moment. Try practicing self-soothing. Give yourself a hug – or 10. Talk kindly to yourself. Self-compassion releases oxytocin in the brain, creating feelings of warmth, safety and tenderness.

Stop comparing.

In a world of social status, it's easy to get caught up in other people's supposed happiness. Don't look outward at what you think others are experiencing. Instead, reconnect with your own emotions, thoughts and sensations with mindfulness practices.

Practice gratitude.

Gratitude is another way to create more happiness in life as it encourages you to be thankful for what you already have. Using a gratitude journal daily will help to recognize the good things in life. The air you breathe, the food on your plates, the job you have – these are all gifts. Try listing five things before bed every night to develop gratitude.

Look for positivity. 

Leaders in the Law of Attraction, Abraham and Ester Hicks recommend keeping a Book of Positive Aspects to encourage a positive outlook. They recommend filling it with things you love and positive reflections on any subject in order to train yourself to look or the good. Start a positivity journal, and carry with you. Note positive aspects of people you meet or see or about the places you're visiting. Once you’ve identified these things, see if you notice more positivity as you go about your day.

Gift yourself some fun. 

Once you're finding more to feel optimistic about, try taking it a step further by making a to-do list of your favorite activities. Anything you enjoyed in the past or want to try in the future counts. Pick one activity a week (or a day), and savor the pleasurable sensations that come from doing what you love.

Cultivate relationships and spread love. 

During the Harvard Study on Adult Development, researchers discovered an interesting aspect of happiness. After following participants for almost 80 years, they found the people who took the time to cultivate meaningful relationships with family, friends and their communities were happier and lived longer, healthier lives. Make a list of the people who matter in your life. Who is important to you, and why? Jot it down. Reach out to them regularly with a call or a text. Let loved ones know why they matter to you. Sharing your gratitude in this way will help you feel more connected, but it will also leave friends feeling more love.

Ask yourself what matters. 

What drives you? What moves you to care? People who lead a purposeful life are fundamentally happier. This is what the Dalai Lama calls "warm-heartedness," and you get it from giving back to others and extending compassion. Look out for ways to be of assistance, no matter how small. Allow yourself to connect at a deeper level with those around you. It's said that when you help others, the joy lasts longer than when you think only of yourself. So if you still aren't getting those happy vibes, start giving back. Bringing joy to others is a surefire way to feel it too.

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