MENTAL EASE Organic Herbal Tinctures - Slow & Calm the Mind

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Heka Mental Ease Organic Herbal Tinctures - Sun God Medicinals

UPLIFT YOUR SPIRIT AND CALM THE MIND
An organic herbal tincture that may help calm the nervous system, while also helping to restore its strength. Herbs like milky oat tops and skullcap may help ease feelings of worry or fear and allow you to focus on relieving stress!

Size: 30ml (1oz)

FORTIFIED WITH THESE ORGANIC HERBS:
MILKY OAT TOPS (Avena sativa) -Milky Oats is indicated to support unwanted upregulations of the nervous system, providing an acute calming and balanced effect. It is used to remedy extreme fatigue, both physical and mental, sleeping problems such as falling asleep and insomnia; as well as to help quit nicotine and other addictions.

PASSIONFLOWER (Passiflora incarnata) - Passionflower is indicated to support those with nervousness, anxiety, restlessness, insomnia, tachycardia, and neuralgia.

SKULLCAP (Scutellaria lateriflora) - Skullcap is indicated to support a variety of hotter conditions such as systemic inflammation, phlegmy coughs, hysteria, and anxious patterns.

LEMON BALM (Melissa officinalis) - Lemon Balm is indicated to support the nervous system while moving through depression, anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, mental fatigue, headaches, and migraines

Directions

Shake well before use. Place 1 serving under the tongue for 30 seconds to 1 minute then swallow.

PRECAUTIONS: All herbs have the potential for producing side effects and causing interactions with supplements and medications you are taking. Ask your doctor before use.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant, nursing, or on medication, consult with your health care practitioner before use.

 

 

Ingredients

Cane alcohol infused with milky oat tops, passionflower, skullcap, lemon balm.

Mythology

Heka was an ancient Egyptian deity associated with health and wellness. The god Heka was incorporated by practitioners into medicine - for the Egyptians, healing was seen as the province of the gods. In other words, medicine was magic, and so to honor Heka was one of several ways to bring about good health in someone who was ailing.