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  • 1 cup tart Cherry juice (contains tryptophan and promotes melatonin production)
  • 1/4 cup honey (with salt this will help balance cortisol levels)
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1 cup herbal infusion
  • 1/3-1/3 cup of herbs, equal parts lemon balm, catnip, lavender, passion flower & chamomile (all help relax the mind and body)
  • 1/2 cup Gelatin


  1. Start by making your infusion. 1 cup of hot water & 1/4 cup of the herbs. Ideally, let this sit in your fridge overnight. Otherwise 10-20 minutes covered.
  2. In a saucepan add your 1 cup of infusion & 1 cup of tart cherry juice. Slowly mix in your gelatin & let sit for 5 minutes until it “blooms”
  3. Then add your honey & salt. On LOW heat, stir until it becomes warm. About 3 minutes. Everything should be dissolved
  4. Pour into molds & refrigerate. Store in glass and use within 2 weeks


Some other herbs you can look into or add to your mix:

  1. Skullcap: Soothes the nervous system and helps with sleep and relaxation
  2. Schisandra Berries: May help promote sleep as a sedative
  3. California Poppy: Improves sleep quality and helps with sleep and anxiety disorders
  4. Peppermint: Muscle relaxant and calming on the mind and body


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