{Test This} Essence of Vali Soothing Sleep Gift Box

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Possessing healing properties dating to 1st century Greece, aromatherapy flourishes today as a form of alternative medicine that uses “essential oils,” extracted from plants by steam distillation, to benefit our mood, mind, and general well being.  Aromatherapy is not just about smell– the essential oils have a strong chemistry, which work on an emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual level.  This practice is believed to trigger smell receptors in our nose and send messages through our nervous system to our brain, which controls our emotions.

Enter below for a chance to test Valerie’s unique, lavender-based Soothing Sleep Gift Box (retail value: $72).

Where did your inspiration come from in developing a line of essential oils?
I wanted to make a difference in the way people care for themselves. My personal interest in holistic healing and my business background helped me create quality aromatic blends for health and well-being that are well priced.

What are the different products in your line?
There are 10 different formulas that each address a common condition.  I’ve studied the chemistry of each oil, which helps me create blends with unique benefits.  For example, lavender, in the sleep blend, has sedative properties in its chemistry that can impact a person’s sleep.  All of my products are totally natural and made in New York and New Mexico.

What makes Essence of Vali products special?
They are highly effective because of their purity.  Some other products have chemicals in them, but ours are natural. They are also hand-blended and brewed for several days at our aromatherapy studio, instead of made in a factory.  Additionally, people really love the way our blends smell.  Our line appeals to a cross section of people because it addresses a spectrum of issues.

Where are your products sold and what do they cost?
The line can be bought through my website and other online retailers. Prices range from $8.50 for an individual mist to $60 for a 2oz bottle of EOV’s Eau du Parfum.

What is your best-selling product?
The sleep products sell best because many people have trouble sleeping.  For example, women in their fifties can have sleep difficulties as they go through perimenopause and menopause.

Valerie’s Soothing Sleep Gift Box, includes Sleep Concentrate and Soothing Mist for your bed linens; Sleep Massage & Bath Oil, and Sleep Bedtime Balm, to dab on your upper lip and pulse points.

Is this oil it takes for a great night’s sleep? 8 FOFs will test this.

To enter to test a Soothing Sleep Gift Box, answer the question: When did you first experience sleep problems?

P.S. Want a sleep kit today? Enter code “FOF” at checkout and receive $21 OFF your sleep kit!

156 Responses to “{Test This} Essence of Vali Soothing Sleep Gift Box”

  1. Lynne' Wright says:

    I’ve had several years of sleeplessness. My doctor & myself have yet to figure out a particular reason why.

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  2. Diane McMahon says:

    I have difficulty sleeping when I get stressed about finances. Sometimes, I cannot get my thoughts to turn off. It started about a year ago.

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  3. MGABBYB says:

    It is 3am, as I am writing this. I’ve had a problem sleeping for a very long time and was diagnosed with circadian rhythm disorder about 20 years ago. Have tried prescription drugs as well as otc meds. I hate taking any kind of medication and prefer to try more natural methods. Would love to try this…

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  4. Sue Miller says:

    when the hot flashes started……….

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  5. Linda Thomas says:

    My husband is battling stage 4 lung cancer with matastisies to the brain. His sleep is horrible which affects the rest I get. There are so many meds he cannot take due to blood thinner medication I would love to try a more natural remedy for both of us. I work full time and we are raising 2 of our granddaughter (10 & 15) so having energy from a good sleep is essential in my life.

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  6. imelda says:

    The best part of the day is sleeping. I relish a good night’s sleep always. I take a sleeping aid only if I have to like when in a hotel. I believe that the scent of lavander is calming and soothing since I have tried lavander mist (bottled by lavander Fields in Valley Center, CA. It would be great to try this unique lavander based products from Essence of Vali!

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  7. Melissa Winter says:

    My sleep disorder started after treating abused children for over 10 years. I was a social worker and often had to work 50 to 60 hours a week, which was never enough time to take care of the kids and families I served. I would wake up after a few hours of sleep and be dictating court reports in my head, and then get up and write court reports on my children. Unfortunately, my sleep has never been the same.

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  8. KAREN COGBURN says:

    onset of menopause

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  9. Maureen Shoub says:

    Can’t get to sleep until 4 am every night for the past year,
    I am exhausted. I would love to try this natural remedy.

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  10. Pat Taubler says:

    I am 70 and have not been able to get to sleep without the help of Ambien. I have tried to go to sleep without it and after a week of not getting much sleep or quality sleep. I then will take it for a night or two and once again try to go to sleep without it.

    My husband has Alzheimers and I was is total caregiver. I placed him this past April, however that does not take away the stress and anxiety of dealing with the disease.

    I truly want to be able to go to sleep without a pill and would like to have the opportunity of trying your products.

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  11. tenaj says:

    Sleep has been an elusive thing for over 15 yrs. Medication helps but doesn’t correct the problem.

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  12. Gaye says:

    I’ve had sleep problems ever since peri menopause. Would love to try this as I won’t take meds to help sleep.

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  13. Arlene says:

    Sleep problems stared with having teenagers, ramped up again during menopause and now is tied into anxiety about future health problems. A really good night’s sleep makes such a different in one’s mood the next day.

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  14. KAREN COGBURN says:

    After a divorce

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  15. Barbara Koval says:

    My sleep disturbances began when I was 25y/o ( I am now 69 y/o & they continue but are worse). Sometimes I go for 2-3 days w/o sleeping @ all. If nothing else, this is taking yrs
    off my life. And added to that I lay in my bed thinking about all the other people around the world who are sleeping & after 2-3 nights of this I feel I’m going crazy.

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  16. Laura Ellen says:

    My sleep is interrupted 2-3 times/night. * 8 hours in a row is rare.

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  17. Soledad says:

    I have had sleep problems for over 20 years. I was taking Ambien for a number of years and it worked great! However, my new doctor told me that it was not tested or meant to be used for long periods like I had done. So she took me off of them and I’ve tried 2 different anti-depressants to sleep; doesn’t quite work as well as Ambien. I can’t imagine something that I use outside of myself would work, but I’d like to try it.

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  18. Toni Hughes says:

    college…and I haven’t slept well since

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  19. yummyfaerie says:

    I am lucky its only been off an on for the past few months, only from extra stress.

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  20. Tricia says:

    Please! Let me sample this product. I got 3 hours of sleep the other night. Stress, menopause, who knows why I can’t sleep. Please! Thank you!

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  21. Christine says:

    can’t remember when I didn’t have a problem

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  22. adina weinstein says:

    Since I work full time and as I am getting older not sleeping as well or enough, this aromatherapy would be just what I need to get the sleep I should be getting and waking up with enough energy.

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  23. Patricia Myers says:

    Insomnia, it’s nothing to lose sleep over. But I do and can’t remember the last time I got a good night’s sleep without tossing and turning.

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  24. Rose says:

    I began having sleep issues with menopause. I have tried several types of over the counter sleep remedies but prefer homopathic type remedies. I would love to try this regimen!

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  25. Rosemary Simm says:

    I have two herniated discs in my lower back since 2004. Lots of meds to help with pain and nerve problems, but due to having a high tolerance for pain, the dosage can be high. I elected for now surgery and found a few natural herbs helped me and lowered my med dosage. The
    biggest problem is that the body twitched from the nerve damage making it very difficult to sleep. Ambien has been my best source and I’m really looking for an alternative. Valerie, your products just might be my answer to peaceful, relaxed sleep. I will watch for future results from your winners. Thank you.

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  26. Carla O'Born says:

    I have been taking an over the counter Tylenol PM type sleep-aid for the past 10 years or more. Since I have allergy problems, and the sleep-aid part is an antihistamine, it definitely helped with that problem. I don’t know that I ever put that together with menopause, but that was about the time I started having trouble sleeping.

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  27. Julie B. says:

    I have had sleep problems for about five years, and have tried both over the counter and prescriptions.

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  28. Francine says:

    After pulling many nights that I had to stay up to complete home assignments for school or study while I completed my Master’s Degree two years ago I have had trouble getting to sleep and or staying asleep. It is like I have to make myself sleep with some form of sleep aid every other week because I be drained when my body does not get enough rest. I would truly enjoy finding a holistic approach to helping me with my sleeping habits and giving me some relaxation. If I am chosen to try this product I will engage actively.

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  29. Donna Witiak says:

    My sleep problems began with the onset of menopause about 15 years ago….and continued until today.

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  30. Roxyvictoria says:

    When I was a baby the pediatrician told my mother I could work in Vegas someday. I have never been there but my sleep problems continue to the present day. I lost my job of 17 years at the end of June. My husband has been in and out of hospitals since the middle of July….very hard to sleep these days even with regular exercise and yoga.

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  31. patricia magliochetti says:

    i first had sleep problems when the doctor told me i had ms and then i got menopause.i would love to win so i could get a good nights sleep

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  32. Kim Myers says:

    I have tried many many things you know the commercial with the promises of long restful sleep like a baby or like a butterfly..you know the ones – take this and…with the side effects that they ramble on like a train in the night…well i took that train to sleepytown and my teenage daughters found me sleepwalking to the kitchen and taking a cookies off the tray they just baked for a class. Making a sleep induced comment of how the cookies were magic and then they carefully guided me back to bed. I want to have natural good fall asleep get up at 4am and go to work without sleepwaking or walking and maybe let my daughters not laugh at me in the battle to conquer sleep deprivation.

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  33. Marilou Hahn says:

    I’ve had trouble sleeping on and off for several years now. Have tried many different remedies. I feel and look tired all the time. Would love to see if this works for me.

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  34. Donna says:

    I started having trouble sleeping when my Mom passed away over 2 years ago. Ambien worked only for a short time, and I’m tired all the time from lack of sleep. Melatonin worked for my husband, but not for me. 🙁

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  35. mandradany says:

    I started getting sleep problems during my 30’s and still continue to no avail…I am an insomniac. I tried too many things and including sleep aids, no much help. This kit looks promising, I’d like to try.

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  36. Inez Harrison says:

    Oh Girlfriend, this Ozark Farm Chick started heatin’ up the bedroom at twelve thirty last night and continued throughout the the wee hours of the mornin’. I could sure use the help here cause’ I’m sweatin’ like a lonely cat in a wild dog-pound here! Heeehehehe!

    Menopause…that’s when it all started. It’s not for the faint of heart I tell ya. ‘Just sayin’….

    From the melting hills and hollers of the smoldering Missouri Ponderosa, Ya’ll have a most blessed and wonderful day!!! :o)

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  37. pam boyd says:

    Sleep is a big issue for me. For years I have had problems falling asleep and staying asleep. I go to bed each night worried about not being able to sleep which always adds to the problem. Would love to try some natural remedies.

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  38. BeckyIA says:

    I started having more sleep issues when I started menopause. Now I use a sleep mist and Melatonin and anything else that promises to help me sleep through the night.

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  39. Michele Cox says:

    I only sleep 4 to 5 hours per night and have been this way since I was very young. I would LOVE some help!

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  40. Nenita S. Bargar says:

    When I first had an injury on the job back in February 2004. Anxiety, pain, nervousness all contribute to my ability to get adequate sleep. I usually only sleep 3 to 4 hours a night. When I take sleeping aids (i.e., Ambien) it leaves me groggy all day long. I am concerned also, because I suffer from a blood disorder which effects my platelet count (Usually ranges from 30,000- 40,000 normal is 150,000- 450,000). NSAIDS are a no-no for me. Plus I have a couple of other significant medical issues. I worry about what type of medications I take. Please send me a trail box, I would really like to find some RELIEF for the lack of sleep I continually experience. Thank you for your time and concern with this matter

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  41. mag says:

    I am entering this contest so I can give my it to my mom who has struggled with not being able to sleep without medication for as long as I can remember. She does not like taking the meds and sometimes go weeks without sleeping more than a few hours.

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  42. Jean Antoniazzi says:

    I’ve been having sleep problems since entering menopause and it’s horrible. I have been using over-the-counter sleep aids but they leave me feeling groggy sometimes. Would love to try some natural.

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  43. Jayne Quintero says:

    I started having sleep problems around 47 when I was pre-menopausal and now 5 years later, it seems worse due to menopause. Ugh….I have tried various sleep remedies, so anything is worth a shot! Please consider me and thanks!

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  44. Darcy Grabenstein says:

    Sleep? What’s that? I’ve tried many things… I take calcium before bed, Benadryl on weekends, you name it. I’m tired of waking up tired. And the dark circles under my eyes are an unwanted side effect. Sign me up!

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  45. Constance Dittberner says:

    I have been having sleep problems on and off since my late 30’s. I have noticed more distinct problems falling and staying asleep now that I am in my late 50’s. I would love to try a natural aromatherapy treatment to see if finally something will work.

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  46. Ann Altaher says:

    I need all the help I can get . Menopause is not letting me sleep like I use to . HELP

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  47. Debra S says:

    Oh man Yes I would love to try this. I do NOT sleep well and I get real tired… pun intended of it….

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  48. Cynthia Fox says:

    Many people are eluded from sleep, including myself. I have learned how to rest my body/mind through yoga…key word here REST not SLEEP. I will not pollute my body with pills (over the counter or prescribed). So lets try an alternative medicine – a holistic approach to the sleep issues.

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  49. Karen says:

    I started not sleeping through the night about the age of 40. It makes it hard to get through a long stressful day.

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  50. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Menopause is when insomnia began

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  51. Liz says:

    I don’t sleep well when I’m stressed at work.

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  52. Fran Herzig says:

    I never had a problem sleeping until….menopause of course. Since then, I probably only have a good night’s sleep once or maybe twice a week. I am constantly tired but am unwilling to take drugs. I would love to try this natural remedy, and would consider it a miracle if it works.

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  53. Anna Burns says:

    Sleep, well I am up right now reading this article. It is 3am and every night around this time I am awake thinking about everything. I first experienced sleep problems in college. There was a period of time that I felt I never slept. It was chronic. I have four children and as a mother that goes out the door. Now they are all out on their own and I think there are many factors. I try to get a significant workout in and the does help. I love a little nap in the late afternoon, but that may keep me awake at night. It is a challenging and frustrating was to be right now. Iv’e tried everything.

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  54. Jan says:

    Once I hit 50, sleep issues began with constant tossing, turning, worrying and restless legs. My prescription sleep medication usually helps but not always, especially if I’m stressed about something. Your holistic approach sounds wonderful to me. Help!

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  55. sharon C says:

    I have had problems sleeping all my life.

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  56. Mandy Charpentier says:

    Started as a menopause symptom, but not regularly, so I have melatonin, and it helps, but don’t take it regularly because I never know if I am going to sleep or not! Like tonight, bed at 10, awake at 2:30, up at 4:30, I’ll try to go back to bed for an hour or so soon…this product sound safe to take all the time!

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  57. Sharron L. says:

    Who doesn’t have a sleeping problem beyond age 40!! I just have never wanted to have to take another pill, so I just don’t sleep! Ha Not trying to be funny, just truthful!

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  58. Melanie Stewart says:

    When I went through my divorce, when I was worried about getting a job, worry about my granddaughters frail health……

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  59. Kim D. says:

    Since I was a toddler and ever since, unfortunately.

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  60. Amy says:

    I have had years of having trouble falling asleep and god forbid I get woken up cuz then I for sure won’t be able to go back to sleep! I would love to try anything that would work!

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  61. AJB says:

    Mainly the last few years when I think about problems others in my family are having.

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  62. Jan Fritz says:

    It has been many years years since I have slept well with out the aid ambien or something similar. I have terrible side effects with those so can no longer take them. I would love to give this a try. Thank you.

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  63. Margery Jones says:

    I developed Sleep Apnea in my forties.

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  64. Connie Williamson says:

    Ever since turning 55 (I’m 62 now), I haven’t slept through the night. I get maybe 3-4 hours, then I wake up for several hours, then if lucky, I’ll go back to sleep for a hour or so. Then off to work. It’s a living hell. I would SO love to try this.

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  65. Anita Taylor says:

    After a hysterectomy at age 33.

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  66. Rose-Ann Clements says:

    I started experiencing sleep problems when I was in grade school, and things didn’t get any better as I got older. In fact, since menopause started more than 7 years ago, I hardly sleep at all. I would love to try this!

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  67. angela k says:

    i am having the worst insomnia this year! i take ambien and would love to try this

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  68. Ellen Damon says:

    I’ve had sleep challenges since the onset of a severe (and yet to be diagnosed) multi-organ involved neuro-muscular disease about 8 years ago. Since the disease is aggravated by fatigue, not getting enough sleep is a big problem. This would be a great opportunity. Thanks.

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  69. nancy says:

    My husband and i need this badly !

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  70. Muzzik says:

    I have ahd sleep issues since 1986, when I had my first back surgery. I was in the hospital for a very long time, and every little noise I heard woke me up. I used to be able to sleep well before this. Now, at home, I hear the fridge compressor, the furnace, the dogs’ snoring, and everything keeps me awake. Please select me so I can catch more than 40 winks.

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  71. Eleonora Loi says:

    I am a flight attendant and I fly to Europe and as you know there are usually 5-6 hours difference and it’s hard to sleep on demand, at 10: am in the morning, I would love to try it and see if I can get a good night sleep,

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  72. Nelli Douglas says:

    At age 65, I have had sleep problems on and off for as long as I can remember. I usually take melatonin, sometimes it works, sometimes it does not. I would love to test this sleep kit. I love the scent of lavender so I am already sold! I would be so happy to help you find out if the research proves true.

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  73. Ginger says:

    I would cherish a good night’s sleep.

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  74. kgritts says:

    I started having sleep problems first in my 30s after a divorce. With 2 small children, a full-time job, and night-school and lots of bills I just could not get to sleep. I could not get my mind to shut down. I started listening to calming tapes and that helped. As things settled down, I did much better. Now, in my 50s, I am having similar problems but now it’s night sweats and agitation. I love lavender. I would absolutely LOVE to give this a try.

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  75. Paula says:

    I have had trouble sleeping as long as i can remember — even before I was in kindergarten. My least favorite time of day is when I know I have to go to bec. All too often I get up an hour or so later, and read for an hour or two before getting back in bed….sometimes to lie awake for a while more. The next day isn’t pretty!

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  76. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I started having trouble sleeping after my best friend passed away, I used to sleep so easily before then, now i have to take something just to fall asleep!!

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  77. alisa says:

    i haven’t slept well for over 6+ years now so it’s been a long time!

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  78. Nancy Dreyfuss says:

    I have been experiencing difficulty falling asleep on and off for the past several months. Probably stress and changes in weather/ temperature. I currently rely on Melatonin and a room spray but would love to try aromatherapy . I have read about the sleep inducing properties of lavender .

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  79. Mary G says:

    Clearly, there’s a big need for something that works for all of us. If would be great to find out it this can really help.

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  80. Rose says:

    Two years ago I was fitted for a night guard by my dentist because I was clenching my teeth, ever since then a whole nights sleep has been non-existent. Would love to try something natural.

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  81. artemis666 says:

    I would do anything for a good nights sleep!!!!

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  82. Rita says:

    Have had sleep problems sent I was a small child with nightmares 🙁 Would be happy to test anything that might help 🙂

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  83. Griselle Camacho-Claudio says:

    I would love to try this product. I have problems falling asleep and it is a problem when my husband has to get up at 4:15 am.

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  84. Barbara Aiken says:

    My wonderful husband passed away 6 months ago from cancer. I find myself not able to fall asleep or stay asleep for more than 4 hours a night, and this is after taking Tylenol PM, ZzzQuil, and Benadryl, I still have a lot on my plate, I wish there was a switch to turn off my wondering mind at night. I would love the opportunity to try this new Essence of Vali product.

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  85. gmc says:

    Probably most notably in grad school when demands of school & home added extra stress.

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  86. Melissa Tubbs says:

    I’ve always been a light sleeper and it has gotten worse with age. Some days I feel that if I don’t get some good deep sleep I don’t know what I’ll do.

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  87. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I think it’s been around 13 years ago, when I hit 40. I started having sleep problems, and it’s never gotten better. I’d love to try a more natural remedy!

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  88. valorosa says:

    Sleep problems? Well if you mean getting up 3, 5 or more times during the nite, I guess I ‘m your best person to ask. Tried all kinds of things over the years, so if your product will help I’m all for trying it. Besides who better to try your product than another person with the name Val.

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  89. Cathy Whitworth says:

    I have had sleep problems for several years, but they became worse after melanoma and Interferon treatments.

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  90. Jill says:

    Since I had to have a total hysterectomy ten plus years ago….changed a lot of things in my body to the negative. Would love to try this, I prefer natural products & homeopathic is my preferred method for health. Thanks for creating these alternatives Valerie!

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  91. maria b says:

    About 4 months ago. Since learning about my husbands infedelity.

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  92. Mary Crowther says:

    I have experienced sleep problems for over 20 years. This product sounds great and I love that it is pure and natural. Thanks so much for offering these to test!

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  93. Cathy says:

    There must be some telepathy going on…..I’ve been having such issues sleeping this pas t year I was getting ready to ask my physician for ambien. Rescue me soon from that call and guinea pig me please!

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  94. Karen says:

    I would love to win this. I am struggling to sleep ever night. Ambien used to work for me so well but my dr will no longer prescribe it.

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  95. Linda Davis Siess says:

    I’ve been having trouble sleeping since my mastectomy two years ago. At first I was just uncomfortable, but lately I’ve been having anxious dreams. Sigh! Here’s to an excellent night’s sleep for all of us!

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  96. Pat B says:

    It’s been so long, I can’t remember, and it runs in the family.

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  97. Carol Catto says:

    I use to be able to sleep through anything. My sleep problems began when I went through menopause. Even though I am through menopause I still have problems sleeping.

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  98. Valerie Ferrell says:

    Haven’t slept well since a work injury almost 20 years ago. Introduce menopause and night sweats and, well, you know the rest of the story. Aromatherapy sounds enticing!!

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  99. caityranda says:

    I don’t get any good REM sleep anymore. My mind dreams all night and in the morning I am exhausted because they are very vivid and detailed with me at the center doing various activity. I would love to wake up refreshed and not tired.

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  100. IntoTheMist says:

    I have used sleep aids and tired all the time from stress and too much bad things happening. It is past 9 pm and I have a very young child banging the door against my head. I only have a small space and no where to get away. Really would like an alternative to being upset when the parents sleep through everything most of the time.

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  101. Karen says:

    When I was married to my first husband in 1978 and found out he was an abuser.

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  102. Loesje Shema says:

    I used to sleep soundly, but since menopause, I wake up quite regularly at about 2:30 am, and it takes a long time to go back to sleep.

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  103. Gail Simone says:

    I haven’t had a good night’s sleep since I was in my early 50’s. Hmm. Wonder what happened. Anyway, I tried the natural products and found one that worked, but it was discontinued and nothing has helped since then. I even bought a new mattress and got rid of my featherbed and down comforter thinking they might be to blame. But no, still wakeful nights and lots of sudoku. I’m ready to try most anything.

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  104. lilatam says:

    I want a good night’s rest. Please!

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  105. S Kay DeGroot says:

    10 years, I don’t know what sleep is anymore! This sounds like the perfect answer!

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  106. mmont55 says:

    I have had difficulty sleeping since as long as I can remember. It has gotten worse over the years especially with the death of my husband recently.

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  107. Melanie says:

    I would say that the hard core sleep trouble for me has been going on for about seven years.When your email said throw away your Ambien,that grabbed my attention big time!I have tried to try other meds,natural remedies galore, and all to no avail.I take an Ambien nightly for years now, even though many times it does not do the job.I am really quite desperate to find some non harmful relief!Throw in a sometimes brat of a cat,snoring hubby,and now an 89 year old father with Alzheimer’s who prowls at night often, and well, I think I can stop there.Even when all is peaceful I still do not sleep.One super sleep deprived fof here.

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  108. Nancy Ortolano says:

    I would love to test this product, I have not slept all night in thirteen years.

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  109. vicki bogart says:

    I would love a good nights sleep. Count me in!!!!!

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  110. Carolyn says:

    I started having sleep problems when I reached menopause more than 20 years ago. I wake up at about 2 am and it takes hours to get back to sleep. I would love to test a natural sleep remedy.

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  111. Brokergoddess says:

    I haven’t had a solid sleep of more than 3 hours in over 12 years. The only thing that ever worked was ambien, I was just too afraid to use it more than a couple of times. There was so much negative information about ambien.

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  112. sharon says:

    Forgot to mention that I also have a sleep machine going all night on the rain sound. Thank goodness my dear husband doesn’t complain. What a man 😉

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  113. Dorothy Campbell says:

    I have sleep problems for a long time, would love to test these products!

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  114. Melinda Toungette says:

    I have taken something to help me sleep every night for as long as I can remember. I try to change up every few days so I want depend on any one thing. Have been wanting to get away from taking something all the time, but afraid I want sleep.

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  115. Carol says:

    My kingdom for some sleep!

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  116. Nancy Jachcik says:

    Started having sleep problems when our children came along. This sounds like a wonderful natural way to encourage sleep. Would love to try it!

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  117. sharon says:

    I haven’t slept since menopause about 12 yrs. ago. My body is so tired but the brain will not stop the information loop, over and over and over. It is maddening. I live on caffeine and then take 2 Tylenol PM tabs about 2-3 hours before I think I should go to sleep so I can get the prerequisite 7-8 hours of sleep or rolling around in bed. All this so I can start all over in the grogginess of the next morning. Fun times !!

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  118. Antionette Blake says:

    My husband has been experiencing sleep disorder since 1992, when our oldest son was born with a disability. He gets less and less sleep as he thinks of what the future may hold for him, I just leave it in the hands of God and sleep like a baby!

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  119. Karen Davis says:

    I have had great difficulty sleeping for the last fifteen years after being diagnosed with hyperparathyroidism. I find it challenging to fall asleep and impossible to remain asleep for an entire night.

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  120. Camilla Wilson says:

    Haven’t slept since Hot Flashes started 5 years ago.

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  121. debra says:

    last 2 years-following instant menopause (after surgery) and other health issues .

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  122. Karin C. says:

    Ten years ago when I hit pre-menopause and many stress related life events around the same time. I still have problems sleeping no matter how tired I am.

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  123. Jodi says:

    When I graduated from college (more then 30 years ago!) and went to work. Work is stressful–I need to try this product.

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  124. Annette king says:

    I could sure use it!

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  125. Linda Boone says:

    College. I came from being in an extremely quiet household to the insanity of dorm living – wrecked havoc with sleep and general peace of mind. Grad school, single life, married life, divorce, many moves and job changes, current state of uncertainty – have not slept normally or well since high school….. These products are even packaged peacefully – I have a thing for blue glass – would absolutely love to give it a try!

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  126. Karen Cogburn says:

    After the death of my father.

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  127. Mary Gobbo says:

    Sleep is a dream not achieved in any great quantity since menopause 5 years ago. Would love to test this.

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  128. Deb Murphy says:

    I would live to try this. As an APRN in psych I treat sleep PBS every day! Sooo much better than drugs if it works.

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  129. elainecad says:

    I am hitting that lovely menopausal time in my life. Have been a horrible sleeper forever, but this is even worse!

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  130. Vicki H says:

    Have PTSD. Sleep is my trigger. Oh to sleep normally would be heaven!

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  131. Debbie Terry says:

    work related stress. For years and years

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  132. Sue Pompetti says:

    I have had sleep issues off and on since my 20’s. This would be a treat!

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  133. Colleen churchill says:

    I first started having sleep problems when I had my first child back in 1990. He was colic for the first 8 months and I’ve been sleep deprived wver sence. Being a mom of 7 children. At the age of 43 we just had our 7th child,(daughter Allie) 11 weeks ago. My husband and myself always kid with one another stating that we both wanted to take a nap for 22 years now. Lol! As our oldest son is 22 and our youngest daughter is only 11 weeks. So sleep is not something I get but would love to be able to fall asleep and have a really good night sleep

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  134. Nancy says:

    Probably when I started being self-employed in a demanding, stressful publishing career.

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  135. lisa m says:

    I would love to try this. I’m 43 and I’m still a night owl and not a morning person! I cannot fall asleep, can’t relax and enjoy sleep and in the morning I’m thoroughly exhausted…this sounds like it can help!

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  136. ShemCreek says:

    I began having sleep problems during periods of high stress around 2000. Have taken Lunesta off and on ever since. Would love to find a more natural aid to getting to sleep and remaining asleep all night.

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  137. Michelle H. says:

    I have been having problems with sleeping at night for years now.

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  138. Michele Squire says:

    I started having sleep problems when I hit perimenopause, about ten years ago.

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  139. patti bell says:

    Oh Please!!! I am soooo tired of having to take medication to sleep! Sounds purely divine!

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  140. Zenaida says:

    I first experience sleep problems because of menopause.

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  141. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I could use this to sleep better

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  142. Valerie says:

    First? When I was a teen is when I first experienced sleep problems. They have waxed and wained over the years. So, Valerie could definitely use some Essence of Vali!

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  143. JanPattersonRN says:

    I work nights, sleep days. If it works for me, then we KNOW it’s good. I’d love to give it a nurse’s try.

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  144. Margaret w. says:

    I have had sleep problems for the last five years. I now depend on an over the counter sleeping pill. I would much rather find a natural solution, but I must admit that I am skeptical. But I am open to most anything.

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  145. Jerrilynn Atherton says:

    I first began experiencing sleep problems in my mid 40’s. I would love to test this and get a decent night’s sleep!

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  146. MARY TOMKO says:

    I haven’t slept well for years. I suffer from lupus and my legs hurt all the time. WOuld love to give this product a try.

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  147. Michele Squire says:

    I started experiencing sleep problems when I hit perimenopause.

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  148. Karin Amour says:

    I would love to test Valerie’s Essence of Vali sleep box. I will try just about anything to get a good night’s sleep.

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  149. Pamela Lloyd says:

    I experienced bad sleep when I hit menopause. Restless and tossing and turning for years

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  150. Denise Noller says:

    Menopause hit and sleeping through the night went!

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  151. Ellen says:

    I started having problems sleeping going into perimenopause – at 48? I am now 53 and rarely sleep through the night. Would love to try this!

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  152. Deborah says:

    Decades ago…..

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  153. Susan Marchewka says:

    I have been on Ambien for about 10 years and hate taking pills.

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  154. Tiffany Wisman says:

    Oh, I would be SO happy to try this product… it looks SO relaxing

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  155. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I first started struggling with sleep about two years ago and am always tired. I would love to give this a try!

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  156. vasslt says:

    I haven’t slept well for years, and since my brother died in June, I don’t sleep at all.

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