Susan says: Herbalist & Alchemist's Serenity Compound has been chosen as 2017's "Best Stress-Relief Product" in Delicious Living magazine’s 6th Annual Best-Supplement Awards, an honor that officially recognizes it as being among the best of the best in an analysis of over 250 dietary supplements.
The awards are intended to educate consumers about making trusted and safe supplement purchases in a market increasingly saturated with new products.
formulated by acclaimed herbalist David Winston, Serenity Compound provides support to the body in times of stress.
This formula includes nervines and adaptogens: Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita), Eleuthero root (Eleutherococcus senticosus), Linden flower (Tilia x vulgaris), Oat milky seed (Avena sativa), and Skullcap flowering tops (Scutellaria lateriflora)."
“We narrowed an impressive field of nominations to winners that were chosen based on ingredient sourcing, quality-control, and formulations that are backed by science so that supplement users can shop with confidence,” said Jessie Shafer, editor in chief of Delicious Living.
The magazine's editorial team asked readers and industry experts to nominate brands and products for consideration. More than 250 products were tested and judged.
Herbalist & Alchemist’s products are formulated by company founder David Winston, an internationally known lecturer, author and ethnobotanist. For almost 40 years, David has been studying, practicing, teaching and researching Cherokee, Chinese and Western Herbal medicine.
David Winston's Serenity Compound - Support For Stress*
Chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita), Eleuthero root (Eleutherococcus senticosus), Linden flower (Tilia x vulgaris), Oat milky seed (Avena sativa), Skullcap flowering tops (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Certified Organic alcohol, USP pharmaceutical grade glycerin, distilled water
40-60 drops (2-3 mL) in juice or water.
Increase dietary or supplementary calcium, magnesium, and B complex vitamins. Eat foods rich in minerals like oatmeal, chlorella, sea vegetables, carrots, beets and wild greens.
Additional Useful Herbs:
Chamomile tea, Codonopsis, Reishi, Hawthorn, Rhodiola, or woods grown American Ginseng may also be useful.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.