Our Serenity formula has the ability to open the heart, calm the spirit, and connect one to their higher self. It enhances wisdom, and supports spiritual evolution and insight. You may find it positively impacting many aspects of your life.
Reducing stress and ensuring proper rest is the single most important thing you can do for your health. This blend is generally felt the very first serving and is essential to those living the modern life. This blend may also increase skin health and beauty, regulate immune function, tonify the liver and cardiovascular system, as well as supply rare bio-available minerals and micro-nutrients.
The term Shen comes from the 3 Treasure system developed in ancient China according to Taoist tradition. Jing, Qi(chi), and Shen are the Three Treasures that constitute our life.
Jing can best be described as our primal essence, it is the first and most superior treasure. It is the energy we receive at conception and it is designed to last our entire life. Science sees it as DNA, it resembles our developmental, creative, sexual and reproductive energies. It determines what and who we are and how long we will live. It is the most important treasure to nourish or we will die. The Jing is housed in the kidney/adrenal meridians. See our Restore Blend for more info.
Qi or Chi, is best described as the day to day energy and vitality derived from the air we breathe and the foods we eat. It is the circulating living energy that flows through the twelve meridians keeping the organs firmly in place. The body must be kept clean and well maintained in order for the Qi to flow freely. The Lungs and Spleen are the corresponding organs for our Qi. See our Vitality Blend for more info.
This is a combination of our mind and spirit. When the Jing and Qi are properly developed, our Shen will glow. Shen is our higher self and the connection to the divine. Shen is housed in the heart, and when proplerly nourished provides us with feelings of peace, calm, and serenity. It gives us proper perspective on our lives and our place in the universe. Our shen depends on our properly nourished Jing and free flowing Qi to make the right decisions in life and to contribute to our world and to our creator.
Ingredients: Reishi Fruiting Body, Albizia flower, Chinese Asparagus root, Polygala root, Pearl Powder, Longan Friut, Spirit Poria, Eclipta, Chinese Salvia Root, Polygonum Multiflorum stem, Bupleurum root, White Peony root, Schisandra fruit, Licorice root.
Usage: Use 1/2- 2 tsp straight or in hot water or tea with honey for best absorption. Best consumed 3 times daily for maximum effect.
Reishi mushroom, also known as the "Mushroom of Immortality" and the "Herb of Good Fortune" is considered by many to be the quintessential tonic herb because of its ability to nurture all Three Treasures (Jing, Qi, Shen).
It is an adaptogenic and longevity herb that helps to support and regulate immune function, protect the cardio vascular system, and support and protect the liver. But perhaps its greatest function is that of a Shen tonic. It has a legendary status in the Orient because of its ability to profoundly affect so many aspects of your life in a positive manner.
Reishi is particularly useful for ailments including high blood pressure, anxiety, hepatitis, insomnia, and a wide variety of respiratory illnesses including asthma and bronchitis.
In addition to the Reishi extract, there are added potent Reishi spores to this product. Spores are essentially the seeds of the mushroom. They house the essence of the Reishi mushroom and contain many nutrients that hyper potentiate the effects of Reishi.
Pearl is known to be a potent Shen tonic. It can help promote peaceful spirit and a quiet mind. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Pearl has the capacity to clear the liver of excess heat that may cause irritability and painful eyes.
Pearl has a renown reputation as an unsurpassed beauty tonic. It is said to improve irritations of the skin and to promote lustrous, clear, moist, and supple skin.
Our enzymatically activated Pearl allows all the amino acids, minerals, and nutrients to be readily available for fast assimilation. Pearl may also enhance the activity of the powerful antioxidant SOD.
Schisandra a Three Treasure tonic herb that was historically consumed by the Royal families of China. It is renowned for its ability to nurture beautiful, soft, and radiant skin. It is a powerful brain and memory tonic. As a sexual tonic, it increases fluids and sensitivity in woman, and has an astringing quality for male endurance.
The Chinese name for Schisandra is "wu wei zi" which translates as "five flavored seed." The significance of this has to do with the therapeutic range of this herb. Its sourness and saltiness enter the liver and also enriches the Yin of the Kidneys. The bitter and acrid flavors enter the Heart and tonify the Lungs. Finally, the sweet flavor enter the Spleen and augments its energy. So, this incredible herb is able to tonify the Yin of all five Yin organs of the body. The more pronounced flavor of Schisandra is sour, and as such, its ability to stabilize the primal Qi of the Kidneys is more pronounced. It also is a powerful Liver tonic and helps to keep the Liver's detoxifying function running smoothly.
Schisandra also has a long history of use as a beauty tonic. The Lungs are in charge of dispersing fluids to nourish the skin, and in its capacity of tonifying the Yin of the Lungs, Schisandra also enhances the Lungs' function of nourishing the skin to keep it hydrated.
If there is a deficiency of Yin and Blood in the body, a person may experience what we commonly call a "Shen disturbance." These may manifest as palpitations, anxiety, insomnia, nightmares, and a general feeling of unease. One of Schisandra's many functions is that of calming the Shen and soothing the Heart.
Bupleurum is a powerfully calming anti-stress and anti-anxiety herb that is well suited for modern life.
Many users of this formula report feelings of relief after taking just one dose! According to traditional Asian observation, when we are stressed, the energy flow in the body stagnates and can potentially leave you with feelings of tension, anxiety, irritability, and in some cases insomnia.