The Lifework of Christine Marek

October 25, 2009

Sunrider’s Nighttime Calli Tea is Special?

Filed under: Sunrider — Tags: , , , , — christine @ 3:25 am

 

I  know that Sunrider’s Calli Tea helps me with nutrition in many ways and recently I discovered that another version of Calli Tea, Nighttime Calli, can help me as I rest.

 

About an hour before I decide to go to sleep I drink Sunrider’s Nighttime Calli Tea, seeping one tea bag in @ 32 ounces of water and sharing the tea with my husband. My husband is bigger than me by about 70 pounds so he receives more tea than I and I end up drinking about 12 ounces of tea. Just 12 ounces of tea and I’m set for a very nice nights rest. And because it works so dependably and beneficially for me it’s become a must have in my kitchen pantry and my nightly routine.

 

Before I knew this tea existed there were stressful days that became nights that I felt the need to drink a few glasses of wine. Some nights I took sleeping pills like a PM aspirin or melatonin. Now I drink this tea for a restful sleep. Actually that sounds weird to me because tea to me sounds like something I’d drink to stay awake. Not any more.

 

Sunrider’s Nighttime Calli was created to help us relax and get the most from our sleeping and resting hours. It combines the best of the Calli plant base with special soothing ingredients designed to help relax the mind and calm the spirit, allowing the body to rest.

 

Here is some basic information about these special ingredients that all work together to provide us with a superb formula to enrich our lives.

 

Passion Flower: is a pure and natural, mild sedative. It is useful to calm nerves and blood pressure. It is traditionally used to alleviate neuralgia and insomnia.

 

Ho Shou Wu: The longevity tonic has been used through the centuries in the Orient as a rejuvenator and sexual tonic, at the same time being relaxing and sleep inducing. Taken regularly it is said to restore hair color. Ho Shou Wu offers “generative” energy, increasing sperm count in men and fertility in women. Many of the remarkable benefits of this herb come from its ability to cleanse the blood of toxins, which has a strong rejuvenating effect. Clinical studies have shown it to increase lipid metabolism thereby lowering cholesterol, and also to improve the body’s ability to metabolize glucose.

 

Jujube Seed: Nourishing to the heart and liver and calming to the nerves, therefore useful for insomnia, irritability, anxiety and stress.

 

Poria: Breaks up moisture and promotes diuresis. Benefits stomach, spleen and digestion.  It is useful where there is a tendency to hold water, where there is difficulty urinating, for cellulite, diarrhea and vomiting. For centuries it has been used for apprehension, insomnia and forgetfulness. It is also a good source of potassium.

 

Camellia Leaf: Contains vitamins C and B, 6% volatile oils, trace elements of caffeine (note: because it is correctly processed and balanced with the other herbs there is no stimulating effect). Useful for menstrual problems, menopause (hot flashes), hypertension, kidney disorders, skin diseases (especially eczema), after childbirth, red and swollen throat, boils and abscesses, early stages of epidemic encephalitis and diphtheria.

 

Sage Root: Has potent bacteriostatic and immunologic effects as well as mind calming properties which make it useful for anxiety, mental stress and insomnia. This root also assists in lowering cholesterol and liver triglycerides.

 

Rose Hip: Has vitamin C content. Good for stress of all kind. It is an infection fighter.

 

Imperate Root: Clears fever, stops bleeding, quenches thirst, and contains antiviral, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, anti-inflammatory benefits. This root also promotes urination where there is edema (a build up of excess fluids). Plus it has helped those to reduce nausea.

 

Winter melon Seed: Clears toxins and mucous from the body.

 

Always remember that the secret to a successful combination of herbs lies in the “synergy” that is created… the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. I enjoy the synergy of both Calli Tea and Calli Night Time Tea and I hope that you also enjoy the feeling and benefit of them, too.

 

Call or email me if you’d like to order this fantastic and nutrituous beverage.

 

Christine Marek

Sunrider Fan and Independent Consultant

P. 480.491.9551

Christine@christinemarek.com

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