I recently wrote about the term ‘brain fade’ on the back of a poll commissioned by Rescue Plus to promote the launch of its new rescue Plus Dropper and Spray flower essences range. The survey of 2,000 adults found that nine in ten have moments where their mind goes blank an average of six times a week.
One respondent admitted going into work with the car keys left in the ignition and the engine still running, while another asked a friend to call their phone to help them find it…while they were on their device.
I know I’m often guilty of walking into a room and completely forgetting why I went in there! If this sounds like you too, or you’re often stressed or anxious, I have some good news…I’m giving away a hamper of goodies from the Rescue family worth at least £80.
The original Rescue Remedy is a blend of five different flower remedies discovered by Dr Bach in the 1930s to provide support in times of emotional demand. The mix can be used to help people through stressful situations such as last-minute exam or interview nerves. The Rescue night collection also incorporates white chestnut and is designed to help switch the mind off from unwanted and repetitive thoughts, while the brand’s most recent Rescue Plus range is developed with Pantothenic Acid (B5) and Vitamin B12 to support normal mental performance.
As part of this competition, one lucky winner will receive the following prize worth £83.93.
Rescue Remedy Dropper (20ml) worth £10.99
Rescue Remedy Spray (20ml) worth £11.49
Rescue Pastilles in Blackcurrant and Orange & Elderflower flavours worth £6.25 per tin
Rescue Night Spray (20ml) worth £10.99
Rescue Night Dropper (20ml) worth £8.49
Rescue Plus Lozenges worth £3.99
Rescue Plus Dropper worth £12.49
Rescue Plus Spray worth £12.99
To be in with a chance to win, all you have to do is comment on the post below explaining why you would like to receive the hamper. For a second entry comment on our Instagram page, and, for a third, comment on our Facebook page.
The winner’s name will be drawn out of a hat at on 25 October 2017.
For more information on the range visit: www.rescueremedy.co.uk