“To be human being is an honor, and we offer thanksgiving for all the gifts of life. Mother Earth, we thank you for giving us everything we need...Thank you, good foods from Mother Earth, our life sustainers, for making us happy when we are hungry. Fruits and berries, we thank you for your color and sweetness. We are all thankful to good medicine herbs, for healing us when we are sick…”- Mohawk Daily Message of Thankfulness, translated by Chief Jake Swamp
Tulsi Stress Soother was formulated to soothe the nerves and counter the harmful effects of stress, from tense shoulders to short tempers. Tulsi, ashwagandha, and oatstraw are highly potent and nourishing herbs, specifically for the support and maintenance of the adrenal glands and overall nerve tone. These herbs are called “adaptogens” - herbs that help you get through stressful times by putting you on an even keel and potentially increasing energy levels when used over a period of time. There’s a reason these herbs are so trendy right now… They really work.*
Tulsi is a species of basil, a bit more musky and spicy than the kitchen variety. It maintains optimal cortisol levels in the body, supports the nervous system, and promotes grace and ease. Our tulsi comes from a small farm in Vermont.
Oatstraw is the stalk and unripe seed of the oat plant. Yep, the same plant that gives us oatmeal gives our nervous system a deep watering when the metaphorical soil is too dry. Oatstraw calms by nourishing, and is great for both acute and everyday use. Our oatstraw comes from a certified organic farm in Oregon.
Ashwagandha is a calming adaptogen, meaning when taken over time it can calm the endocrine and nervous systems, and help repair any damaged stress has caused. Ours comes from an organic farm in Oregon, and, when available, our local farmers.
Ingredients: tulsi, oatstraw*, ashwagandha* (*certified organic)
To use: Add 1-2 teaspoonful daily to yogurt, honey, smoothies or other foods.
9 ounce jar.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product does not intend to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. If you’re pregnant, breastfeeding, or on any medications, please consult with a qualified health professional before beginning any new herbal products.