Herbal Sleep Tincture - Wild Return - Dark Moon
Herbal Sleep Tincture - Wild Return - Dark Moon
Herbal Sleep Tincture - Wild Return - Dark Moon
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Dark Moon

Restorative Sleep Triad

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  • Calming
  • Grounding
  • Vitality
  • Immunity
  • Rest - Restore - Renewal

    This soothing herbal sleep tincture promotes deep rest and renewal. It stimulates delta brain waves for a nourishing, dreamless sleep to restore your body and calm your mind. Its descending action roots you down into the earth, allowing you to go deep into the dark void of Gaia’s waters to replenish your spirit and wake up feeling refreshed.

    Chakra: Crown
    Name: Sahasrara (“thousandfold”)
    Planet: Dark Moon
    Tarot: The Moon, Four of Swords
    Element: Consciousness
    Purpose: Understanding
    Basic Right: To know and learn
    Demon: Attachment
    Identity: Universal
    Orientation: Self-knowledge
    Mantra: I am worthy of rest
    • + Promotes deep sleep and relaxation
      + Reduces running thoughts and insomnia
      + Soothes tension and irritability
      + Improves duration of restful sleep
      + Reduces time falling asleep
      + Reduces nervous activity
      + Balanced Crown Chakra
    • Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata), California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica), Hops (Humulus lupulus), Organic Cane Alcohol, Spring Water
    • Suggested Use: 3 dropperfuls daily. Can be added to water, tea, or drink of choice.

      Ritual: Take this sleep tincture before bed and go to sleep counting your blessings. Start with “I’m thankful for..." and you will fall asleep to wake up feeling refreshed, alive, and ready to start your day.

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    • Passionflower

      Passionflower is a gentle yet profound medicinal plant for calming the heart and relieving insomnia. It is most effective for those whose stress stems from emotional worry deep in their heart space. It is soothing to the spirit, gentle on the nerves, and effective in quieting the mind. It is known to increase the concentration of GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) in the brain to reduce nervous activity and enhance relaxation. It is non-drowsy but clinical trials show that it helps participants fall asleep faster, significantly reduce REM sleep, improve the duration of restful sleep, and improve symptoms of insomnia. The best part is that it does not cause dependency and there is no concern for long-term use.

    • California Poppy

      If you’ve spent time amongst the bright yellow and orange flowers of the California poppy or driven past their fields of gold, chances are you’ve felt their uplifting medicine just by association. Their soft, gentle, and bright nature induces feelings of joy and ease. They remind us to relax into the moment and allow ourselves to flow without creating more resistance in our lives. Traditionally, California poppy has been used to reduce nervous agitation and support sleep, being recognized in the US Formulary of 1918 as a powerful herb to relieve insomnia and nervous disorders. It also relaxes muscles and is commonly used to treat pain and migraines. The alkaloids in California Poppy produce a much milder effect than its relative Opium poppy, with no disorienting or addictive side effects.

    • Hops

      "Hops under your pillow" is a popular folk remedy for encouraging sleep. In fact, hops is one of the oldest remedies used to promote relaxation and rest. In Europe, the link became evident when farmers cultivating hops started to fall asleep on the job more often than those harvesting other crops. The use eventually led to scientific studies confirming that hops does in fact have sedating effects. Now, research shows that hops improves sleep quality and decreases levels of anxiety. It affects serotonin and melatonin and similarly to passionflower, works by modulating GABA activity. However, hops helps to calm those whose worry is more intellectual in nature. It also helps to lower body temperature, helping us fall asleep more quickly.

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    • Passionflower

      Passionflower is a gentle yet profound medicinal plant for calming the heart and relieving insomnia. It is most effective for those whose stress stems from emotional worry deep in their heart space. It is soothing to the spirit, gentle on the nerves, and effective in quieting the mind. It is known to increase the concentration of GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) in the brain to reduce nervous activity and enhance relaxation. It is non-drowsy but clinical trials show that it helps participants fall asleep faster, significantly reduce REM sleep, improve the duration of restful sleep, and improve symptoms of insomnia. The best part is that it does not cause dependency and there is no concern for long-term use.

    • California Poppy

      If you’ve spent time amongst the bright yellow and orange flowers of the California poppy or driven past their fields of gold, chances are you’ve felt their uplifting medicine just by association. Their soft, gentle, and bright nature induces feelings of joy and ease. They remind us to relax into the moment and allow ourselves to flow without creating more resistance in our lives. Traditionally, California poppy has been used to reduce nervous agitation and support sleep, being recognized in the US Formulary of 1918 as a powerful herb to relieve insomnia and nervous disorders. It also relaxes muscles and is commonly used to treat pain and migraines. The alkaloids in California Poppy produce a much milder effect than its relative Opium poppy, with no disorienting or addictive side effects.

    • Hops

      "Hops under your pillow" is a popular folk remedy for encouraging sleep. In fact, hops is one of the oldest remedies used to promote relaxation and rest. In Europe, the link became evident when farmers cultivating hops started to fall asleep on the job more often than those harvesting other crops. The use eventually led to scientific studies confirming that hops does in fact have sedating effects. Now, research shows that hops improves sleep quality and decreases levels of anxiety. It affects serotonin and melatonin and similarly to passionflower, works by modulating GABA activity. However, hops helps to calm those whose worry is more intellectual in nature. It also helps to lower body temperature, helping us fall asleep more quickly.