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The Ancient Chinese Secret to Better Sleep

  Anyone who suffers from insomnia or difficulty sleeping knows the true meaning of exhaustion. Feeling tired but being unable to sleep can be one of the most off-putting feelings anyone can experience. You lay down, and your body is tired, but your mind is racing; you can’t seem to quiet your mind to fall into a restful sleep.Does this sound familiar to you?The good news is there is a well-kept ancient Chinese secret to getting better sleep, thanks to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) (1, 2).In this article, we will describe these well-kept secrets to sleeping better, and tell you about a way to easily gain access to these herbs in the West. But, first, a little background.  What Causes...

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Digging Deeper into the ‘Quiet Please’ Capsules

Anyone who suffers from insomnia or difficulty sleeping knows the true meaning of exhaustion. Feeling tired but being unable to sleep can be one of the most stressful feelings anyone can experience. You lay down and your body is tired, but your mind is racing; you can’t seem to quiet your mind to fall into a restful sleep. Does this sound familiar to you? Problems falling asleep can be caused by a range of issues. In rare cases, your sleep issues can be diagnosed as insomnia, but usually sleep problems have other causes. Some of the most common causes of sleep disorders are life stresses, like job loss or change, the loss of a loved one, or disagreements with people...

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Enjoy a Restful Sleep on the Longest Night of the Year

December 21st in the Winter Solstice meaning we get to enjoy the long, dark night. To help you take advantage of the shortest day of the year we want you to meet the herbal extract, Zizyphus, which helps counteract restless nights from fatigue.   Zizyphus, or Suan Zao Ren, is not only fun to say, it’s fun to blend. But the health issue it addresses, insomnia, is not so fun. Fortunately, while many factors contribute to insomnia, this herb goes above and beyond to combat it.   One of the most obvious contributors (and reactions) to insomnia is extreme fatigue. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, mental fatigue is rooted in yin-yang imbalance of the liver meridian system. This type of fatigue...

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