Do you feel stuck in a ditch of multi-tasking, feeling overwhelmed and panicked? Computers crash, but we can’t! We’ve got to carry on, get it done, and yet still we have to process frustration, anger, fear, and confusion. Public health studies show that longterm wellness springs from peace of mind, and Himalaya, from India, has been helping folks handle stress since 1930.
3 tools that are worth your attention are STRESSCARE, MINDCARE and LIVERCARE by Himalaya Herbs. STRESSCARE is like an herbal multivitamin for smooth, deep core energy. It improves sleep by 82% and has a positive impact on weight loss because of it’s moderating affect on cortisol, which adds inches to your waistline. Now that’s stressful, and belly fat has been shown to have bad results on your health over time. All that makes STRESSCARE a hedge against aging! In fact in Asia it’s a common daily supplement among the elderly, and in Europe it’s actually prescribed alongside the antidepressant, Prozac.
Though MINDCARE is similar, it specifically targets anger, frustration, mood and memory. It doesn’t have the effect on your cortisol that STRESSCARE has, but it helps an overactive mind, poor attention, dementia, PTSD and obstinate kids. Some folks take MINDCARE with CBD Oil to keep anxiety down while coping with these other issues.
Last, but not least, LIVERCARE is a global phenomenon because somewhere in the world, it’s sold every 4 seconds, making it the best selling liver support formula anywhere. LIVERCARE not only encourages detoxification of the liver, but for both men and women, it supports hormonal health, too. Recently, a new study determined that LIVERCARE also promotes proteins in your body. How? It encourages nitrogen retention, that binds amino acids which then builds more muscle. As a result athletes, yogis, and the elderly are all in with LIVERCARE.
Try these formulas. Give it 30 days, though some folks can feel the difference in a week. Get strong, focused and experience the joy of peace and less frenzy in your world for more creative time! You know what they say, "The mind is a terrible thing to waste."