BIG CALM | SUPPORT FOR: ANXIETY, NERVES & TENSION
Using all fresh plant herbal extracts and house-made artisanal hydrosols for an exemplary potent formula to ease even the most frayed nerves, this blend is great in acute situations and taken regularly to rebuild the nervous system over a period of time.
The herbal allies in Big Calm include:
Oat to "feed" the nervous system, especially when under stress and anxiety. The milky latex is especially helpful for rebuilding the myelin sheath - helping nerves better communicate. Oats are rich in silica, calcium, chromium and magnesium, and are a nutritive tonic to the nervous system, adrenals, and heart. They help to buffer the nerves from the stress and over-stimulation of daily life that can eventually lead to depression, low vitality, and decreased immunity.
Motherwort for its calming and regulating effect on the heart. Its nervine and antispasmodic properties make it great for nervous anxiety in the chest that grips around the heart or prevents you from taking a deep breath. Motherwort balances the mind and emotions, and helps to ease aggravation.
Skullcap to help hault circular thinking and worry that perpetuates a state of anxiety.
Tulsi for its mood-regulating, joy-inducing, enchantment.
All organic or wild: cane spirits, mountain spring water, fresh milky oats, fresh tulsi, fresh skullcap, fresh motherwort, rose hydrosol
Take 20 - 40 drops, 1 - 3 times a day. Can be taken neat or added to beverage of choice.
Founded by community herbalist, land steward, and writer based in New York's Hudson Valley, Anja Schwartz Rothe, Fat of the Land's mission is to share and honor the wisdom, magic, and abundance of the land. They aim to promote a cycle of health by nurturing the conviviality of all things. They believe true health is to nourish our bodies, minds, environment, and relationships, and Fat of the Land is an extension of that thought. With a focus on seasonal and bioregional medicine, they hope to empower individuals to take their health into their own hands and foster a sense of connection.