Gaia Herbs is debuting not one, but three new plant-powered herbal gummies.
The USDA Certified Organic and Non-GMO Project Verified gummies are available in three formulas that target a variety of needs, including sleep and relaxation.
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Made with a blend of ingredients that includes passionflower, holy basil, ashwagandha and lemon balm, new launches from the brand include:
- Ashwagandha Herbal Gummies, formulated to help promote stress reduction, each gummy contains 6 g of ashwagandha. Sweetened with blueberries, apples and dates, the gummies are flavored with ginger and cinnamon;
- Sleep Herbal Gummies, containing ashwagandha, passionflower, reishi and Jujuve date to help fight occasional tiredness, the gummies are sweetened with apple and tart cherry, and are flavored sweet orange oil; and
- Relax Herbal Gummies, formulated with passionflower, lemon balm and holy basil to aid in the promotion of relaxation, it is flavored with lemon oil and sweetened with apple and blueberry.
“At Gaia Herbs, we believe that plants have the power to heal. This belief is and always has been at the forefront of our product growth and innovation as a company,” Tracy Eames, vice president of marketing for Gaia Herbs said. “Over the last two years, we have introduced gummy products that have set a new market standard combining taste, convenience, potency, and quality. The launch of our new herbal gummies is a testament to the commitment we have made to provide consumers with a delicious, convenient way to incorporate herbal supplements into their daily routines. We know ingredients are important, so each new gummy formula is sweetened only with real fruit, flavored only with herbs and pure essential oils, and made with sustainably sourced ingredients that are clean and traceable.”
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All three of Gaia Herbs’ new herbal gummies are now available for purchase online at gaiaherbs.com, and will roll out to natural and health food stores nationally beginning in January.