Dietary supplement capsule containing hop cone extract and dried lemongrass meal.
The life-giving tranquility of relaxation … only with the help of natural materials!
Gentle serenity… with the power of herbs!
For the average person, the word thinking means something of an incredible biochemical process. This is partly true, as countless neurons and brain areas are involved in one such process. But there is one more interesting thing about brain function, and that is the existence of brain waves.
Have we ever wondered why we learn the most as children, in the first few years of our lives?
The answer lies, among other things, in the theta brainwave range.
By the age of six, children’s brain function is primarily dominated by theta waves.
In this frequency band, it becomes possible for the brain to receive a huge amount of information and store it in its long-term memory. This is because electrical activity can also be measured in their cerebral cortex, which is used by the so-called EEG (electroencephalograph).
But how are these electrical signals generated?
In the human body, nerve cells communicate using electrical signals.
Discharges from various cortical modules excite small electromagnetic fields.
This procedure provides an opportunity in medical diagnostics to monitor various cortical processes.
There are four types of excited electromagnetic fields based on the frequency of “brain waves”: Beta; Alpha; Theta; Delta; -waves.
These waves have a role not only in medical practice, but have been heard countless times in the esoteric literature as well. In addition, knowledge of these brain waves also plays a significant role in the brain control practice known in the last few decades.
The Theta-waves appear during sleep and deep meditation (4-7 Hz). In this case, your subconscious information is active. This state is characterized by unconscious thoughts, imagination, and a high degree of learning and remembering ability. This condition is especially experienced in children, as we have the least learning, conscious brain control. During sleep, we reach this deep state of consciousness and if we have managed to stay rested in this state for a long time, we wake up calmly.
According to therapeutic data, a quarter of patients in general medical practice and a third of patients in neurological practice suffer from sleep disorders.
The dangers of sedation-hypnotic and anxiety disorders used in medical therapy are the development of tolerance and dependence, their abuse (drug dependence, suicidal tendencies) and their use in addition to driving.
The so-called The use of herbal substances with a “gentle” effect does not involve the dangers listed above.
How are “gentle” herbal sedatives different from more potent chemicals?
The use of herbal substances with a “gentle” effect does not lead to striking psychological changes.
Even at higher doses, the patient cannot be unconscious, and they do not affect the human will, nor do they cause toxic side effects in the event of an overdose. No psychosomatic addiction develops.
Main active ingredients:
Hops – Humulus lupulus:
The soothing effect of hops has been used by mankind for thousands of years.
In medicine, its fertile inflorescences (Lupuli strobuli), collected in a greenish-yellow state and then dried, containing about 0.5% essential oil and 10-20% bitter matter, were used.
Its stress-relieving effect has long been known, and we also know, for example, that brewery workers or hop pickers have slept deeper and reported pleasant fatigue, presumably due to the volatile substances of hops in the air.
In a word, the active ingredient in the plant calms, relaxes, sleeps and helps the brain function. The product contains pure hop extract.
Lemongrass – Melissa officinalis:
In medicine, the leaves (Melissae folium) and essential oil (Melissae aetheroleum) of this plant, reminiscent of lemon, are used.
The essential oil present in very small amounts (0.02-0.1%) can be highlighted around its active ingredients.
Lemongrass is one of the oldest known and one of the most important plants in naturopathy, the sedative effect of which was described as early as 1889, among the first of its many experimentally proven effects.
Seel in the 1940s inferred the sedative and hypnotic effects by measuring 20 drops of lemongrass extract by measuring respiratory slowdown, decreased heart rate, and decreased blood pressure.
The role of drugs involved in the sedative effect of lemongrass has been validly clarified to this day by Wagner and Sprinkmeyer (1973). One of the most important ingredients responsible for the sedative effect is citronella.
Lemongrass is particularly useful in sleep disorders and gastrointestinal pain of nervous origin.
10.8 g (30 x 361 mg)
Hop cone (Humulus lupulus) extract, gelatin, lemongrass (Melissa officinalis).
|Nutrients in the recommended daily intake|
|1 capsule||2 capsules|
|Hop cone||270 mg||540 mg|
|Lemongrass||30 mg||60 mg|
1 capsule / day and max. 2 capsules / day.
Swallow with plenty of water.
Use with caution while driving requires special care.
– 30 pcs, 60 pcs.