This is the most asked question about our best-selling balm and we want to address it in detail, so everyone can benefit. Did you know that 1 in 3 people in Canada between ages 35 and 64 are reported to have less sleep than recommended? In the US and Canada, around 30% of the population is sleep-deprived! Crazy, right? We all deserve a good night’s sleep.
Are you also tired of tossing and turning at night, desperately seeking a ticket to dreamland? This is one of the major reasons Stefanie decided to come up with a product that can help people with sleep struggles.
The greater our struggle to sleep, the more anxious and disturbed we feel. Sleep is all about relaxation so, it’s very important that we are mentally and physically relaxed when in bed. I guess now you already know what Dreams Balm will do for you…
Yes! You’re right! It will help you relax.
But the question is still there, HOW?
The Symphony of Herbs
Dreams Balm #316 is a masterful blend of handpicked herbs and oils, each selected for its specific therapeutic properties.
If you check here you will find a complete list of ingredients and our herbs with healing qualities are mentioned separately with key benefits. Now, let me walk through the detailed benefits of each herb and why Stef specifically chose them for your wellness.
First Herb: Matricaria Chamomilla (Chamomile)
Do you know what the chamomile flower symbolizes today? Rest, calmness, and peace. The reason behind this is its chemical composition can enchant human beings. The three most important compounds in chamomile that help with relaxation and sleep are Apigenin, Chamazulene and Bisabolol. They literally create a seductive effect by influencing your brain receptors.
Additionally, it possesses terpenoids and flavonoids, which have exceptional healing qualities. It is effective as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant herb in treating cough, bronchitis, and/or colds.
This is why Stef chose this herb. By incorporating chamomile into Dreams Balm, it is ensured that your respiratory system receives the attention it deserves, helping to clear blockages and congestion for easier breathing. When we apply the balm on the chest and back, it tackles our respiratory system; And, we all know how deep breathing impacts our lives and sleep. When you lay down in bed, you are surrounded by the soft aroma of herbs, promoting an instant feeling of calmness.
Lavender, known for its enchanting aroma, and has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.
Lovely Lavender needs its very own blog to be explained. We have the full success story of lavender.
Third Herb: Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium)
Although geranium’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help with inflammation and skin conditions, do you know its therapeutic effects extend beyond relaxation? It can help alleviate muscle soreness and discomfort.
Have you heard that the neck and shoulder are the areas where the body stores most of the stress? That’s why Dreams Balm has germanium. When you massage the balm onto your neck/shoulder area, you will experience a sense of ease and calmness that permeates your entire body.
Germanium is also used in aromatherapy to reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety, and even depression.
Now you know why Stef chose these three herbs. All you need to do is to keep it on your bedside so you never forget this gentle, self-care balm.
Using Dreams Balm and Extending the Benefits
Rub it over the chest and back of the neck or around the shoulder area before bed. And, experience the gentle embrace of herbal goodness!
If you have family members who struggle to wind down at bedtime, express your love and extend the benefits of Dreams Balm to them as well.
Allow the soft aroma of the herbs to transport you and your family to a realm of restfulness, awakening to a vibrant morning.
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Chamomile as herbal medicine: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2995283/
Benefits of Geranium Oil: https://www.healthline.com/health/geranium-oil