Emotional Ease, A Deeper Look
Emotional Ease for stress
Stress is defined as a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Extended and/or extreme stress can be debilitating.
Extremely stressful situations such as the loss of a loved one or a difficult break up are easy to identify. Extended stress, such as demanding work or home situations or major changes in our lifestyle tends to build slowly and often can sneak up on us.
Regardless of the cause it is important that we recognize and address our emotional pain and work through it. Here are some Indicators its time to address our stress:
- Extreme emotional responses
- Stress and/or over-excitement leading to overwhelm
- Crisis reactions
- Excessive emotional reactions to genuine life situations
- Emotional sense of overwhelm and lack of control
- Atypical behavior in response to external stressors
- Intense sadness with urge to weep, sigh, or yawn
- Excessive talking or incoherent speech
- Menopausal vexation
- Emotional overwhelm
- Emotional distress with appetite issues
- Difficulty with transitions
- Any of the above creating problems falling
- asleep or staying asleep, talking in sleep, sleep walking
Self medicating with drugs or alcohol is a far too common and potentially dangerous way to deal with stress. It is important that we face and address the issues that our causing us stress. By allowing ourselves to be in touch with our emotions we are able to process and accept them and move on more smoothly with our lives. While drugs and alcohol are ways to avoid stress, herbal remedies can be used to ease the process of dealing with our stress.
Emotional Ease was developed to specifically address these concerns. Emotional Ease is a high quality herbal extract that utilizes ancient wisdom while leveraging modern day manufacturing techniques. Emotional Ease is a modification of the classical Chinese formula Gan Mai Da Zao Tang. Emotional Ease and Gan Mai Da Zao Tang are designed to address conditions where the emotions have become extremely agitated and the “spirit” is unstable. Emotional Ease nourishes the heart, calms and stabilizes the shen, relaxes tension.
Emotional Ease has been used clinically by acupuncture physicians for more than two decades in two primary situations; normal major life transitions (birth, puberty, menopause) and major emotional crises such as death, divorce, and any extremely traumatic or therapeutic emotional occurrences that create feelings of overwhelm.
Emotional Ease has also been used by hundreds of laypeople to effectively ease the cumulative stress of our modern busy lives.
According to Chinese Medicine principles, Emotional Ease:
• Supplements the heart*
• Soothes and harmonizes the center*
• Nourishes and quiets the shen*
• Harmonizes the five shen*
• Nurtures the center*
• Agitated heart and unstable shen*
• Heart qi deficiency with binding depression of liver qi*
• Disharmony among the five shen*
• Loss of center*
Emotional Ease© may be employed as a primary formula, as an emergency formula for acute emotional situations, or as a sleep aid. As a primary formula you may take 30 – 90 drops 3 times per day. As an emergency formula for acute emotional situations you may take 30 – 60 drops every hour, until the extreme symptoms subside, up to 12 times per day. For sleep you may take 60 – 150 drops ½ hour to 1 hour before bed. Another dose may be taken one hour later, if needed.*
*These statements represent information from the Traditional Chinese Medicine model and are not to be interpreted as analogous with modern medicine terminology
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease