Afraid of flying off on holiday? Just think of a happy landing… and take RelaxHerb!

– How to best treat your fear of flying to start a happy holiday
– One in three Brits admits suffering from anxiety when flying

Flying is one of the safest ways to travel. You have only a one in 11 million chance of being involved in an air crash – and are far more likely to be injured or killed while in a car, on a bicycle, swimming, crossing a road… you name it.

Yet up to one Briton in three admits to anxiety about air travel.

Those who suffer often claim it makes holidays abroad something they avoid – and anyone who has an aviophobic in the family will confirm sitting next to them in a packed plane can be a testing experience. With schools breaking up for the summer holidays this week, thousands are starting to get anxious of their annual holiday abroad.

You can relieve these feelings with nature’s calming herb, Passion flower. Traditionally, Passion flower has been used to ease anxiety, especially in cases of an over active brain with lots of unwanted thoughts going round and round. It can also help to solve sleep problems due to mental stress, to ease tension headaches and is particularly effective at calming people who are afraid of flying.

RelaxHerb, containing 425 mg of Passion flower extract (exquivalent to 2,125-2,975 mg of Passion Flower) is a traditional herbal medicine used for the temporary relief of symptoms associated with stress such as mild anxiety. For more information and special offers visit Always read the label.

So, enjoy the flight with calming RelaxHerb!

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