Statistics show that nearly 40 million people in the United States will experience anxiety each year. And globally 1 in 13 suffer from anxiety. It seems the numbers grow more every year.

Figuring out anxiety is not easy! It takes a lot of trial and error in order to find what really works for each person.

Studies have shown links between low levels of several key nutrients and anxiety or depression. Checking for possible deficiencies, improving the quality of food you eat, and supplementing where necessary may decrease symptoms of anxiety.

Herbs have also shown to be beneficial with anxiety. Cannabis, lemon balm, lavender, and others have beneficial effects on the nervous system, calming anxious feelings and making the body more capable of weathering stress.

If you have ongoing anxiety, it’s best to talk to a naturopath or other natural health practitioner who can help you work through your specific needs. Looking at these nutrients and herbs is a great place to start.

Getting in the sun, Vitamin D, exercise and sleep are also known to be beneficial for anxiety. Getting professional help to learn coping strategies can also be beneficial.

There are natural solutions you can try.

Earthley has three different formulas of the Anxiety Calm Oil, and first I’d like to talk about formula A (A is for Adaptogen).

This formula has been made without CBD and is a good fit for those who maybe can’t take CBD due to their career (Police, Military etc).

It’s formulated with organic hemp seed oil and adaptogen herbs of organic lavender, organic holy basil and organic lemon balm.

Anxiety Calm Oil Formula A gives your body a chance to “catch a break” and relieve some stress. You deserve some support.

Find it here.

There is also Formula C. (C is for CBD).

This formula does contain 600 mg of full-spectrum CBD per ounce; as well as organic hemp seed oil, adaptogen herbs of organic lavender, organic holy basil and organic lemon balm.

This formula can be used for everything from high stress jobs, to PTSD, depression, anxiety, the postpartum period, hormone imbalance, chronic pain and inflammation, plus more!

Our CBD is sourced from Flora Sophia Botanicals; a farm-to-bottle operation that grows and extracts their CBD without the use of harsh chemicals.

We’ve done extensive testing for mycotoxins and heavy metals and found our CBD to be clean; you can view our lab reports here:

Find it here:

We’ve talked about Formula A and C, now it’s time to talk about Formula P. (P for pure CBD.).

This formula does have CBD but it doesn’t have any adaptogen herbs, so it’s just plain CBD (600 mg per oz) mixed with organic hemp seed oil. A lot of people prefer this formula because it can be used for both people & pets.

This formula, just like the other two formulas can be used for anxiety, depression, mood swings & more – but it doesn’t have the additional herbs for support. Still, it’s enough to get the job done!

Some people are just more sensitive to herbs than others and would therefore prefer the plainer version.

Like the rest of our CBD products our source is Flora Sophia Botanicals; a farm-to-bottle operation that grows and extracts their CBD without the use of harsh chemicals.

Find it here.

I personally love formula C. I also find calmness with Cocoa Calm. I make sure to get enough Vitamin D and Magnesium through topical creams, especially when I can’t get outside. The vitamin D cream helped my vitamin D levels to hit the normal range after years of being low even with high dose supplements. Grounding is something I need to be better at (going barefoot in the grass), and I try to sweat daily. Try several things, singularly and in combination, to find what works for you. What works for me may not for you and vice versa.

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Disclaimer: Nothing here is claiming to cure diseases. Please talk to your doctor about supplements and other remedies.

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