Function: SkyWater Relax is formulated to help calm your nerves, support your immune system, and hydrate you while leaving you alert enough to drive, work, study, or play with the kids.*
Flavor: Relax is available in Chill Berry flavor. We included just the right amount of all natural berry flavoring and Stevia all natural sweetener to make the drink taste great.
Key Relax Ingredients:
Use – An herb that has calming effects to reduce anxiety and restlessness as well as help treat sleep problems. Lemon Balm has also been used to ease indigestion and often referred to as the cure-all member of the mint family.*
History – Lemon Balm has been cultivated for the last 2,000 years. The Greek physician Dioscorides wrote about it being used for scorpion stings and insect and dog bites and even William Shakespeare mentions that Lemon Balm was strewn on the floor of a room to freshen it in “The Merry Wives of Windsor”.
Use – L-theanine is a unique amino acid derived from green tea. L-theanine delivers antioxidant properties and helps promote healthy relaxation without drowsiness. It has also been historically used for natural stress management. Studies suggest that L-theanine may help reduce mental and physical stress, improve cognitive function and boost mood. L-Theanine is unique in supporting a calm demeanor while at the same time contributing to a sense of clarity and focus.*
History – First discovered in Japan in 1949 as a constituent of green tea, L-Theanine was approved in 1964 for unlimited use in all foods. Buddhist monks have long consumed tea with L-Theanine to stay awake and calm during long hours of meditation.
Use – Passion Flower is an herb that treats sleep problems, anxiety, nervousness, and muscle tension. Passion Flower can also help calm an upset stomach due to anxiety or excitability. Passion Flower has been historically used in homeopathic medicine to treat pain, insomnia, and nervous exhaustion.*
History – The ancient Peruvians and Aztecs used the passion flower for medicinal purposes. The passion flower was reportedly being used as a sedative and pain reliever when the Spaniards discovered the flower and brought it back to Europe. It is rumored that the flower was named after the suffering of Jesus Christ, by Christian missionaries arriving in South America in the sixteenth century.