I’m a fan of natural supplements and herbs but they don’t work for everyone. Having gone to acupuncture for years, I have often got a mishmash of Chinese herbs after my session, mostly for enhanced relaxation.
We were sent some powdered sachets from the folks at My Dao Labs to test out recently. Based on the practices of Chinese Medicine, DAO Labs has translated over 2,500 years of natural support into drinkable formulas, each containing unique properties designed to promote a balance from within.
For example, their Women’s Formula (above) is a mix of two formulas that work symbiotically to help you through the month. Let’s face it — emotional balance is often the enemy of monthly PMS.
In this Chinese Medicine formula, they combine herbs that help to promote a sense of inner calm and well-being. I just started using it but have been putting it daily into a glass of iced tea and it tastes wonderful, a lovely crisp apple combined with refreshing cucumber.
I don’t know about you but I always seem to have digestive issues when I travel and change environments and my diet. Useful for traveling, their Digestive Harmony Formula helps to promote immediate and long-term digestive health.
The orange-chai formula is designed to restore your natural rhythm and free yourself from bloating, indigestion and nausea.
Their Immunity Support formula helps to protect your body during pollen season. Its Jade Windscreen formula is known for shielding the body from airborne pathogens during seasonal and/or environmental changes.
The flavor? Oh so delish – imagine a lovely combination of pear, warming ginger and rosemary.
More information can be found over at https://mydaolabs.com/.
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Disclosure: we received product to test out however were not told what to write or how to write it. Descriptions of the products themselves come from the Company; these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As always seek medical advice from your practitioners before trying any products.
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