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ONE ELEVEN HEALTH LAUNCHES IN AUSTRALIA - Incorporate the ancient practice of Ayurveda into your everyday wellness routine

06 Apr 2022

Discover the power of Ayurvedic living with One Eleven Health, a revolutionary herbal supplement that incorporates the best Ayurvedic practice into a modern, luxurious experience.

Introducing One-Eleven’s first flagship product ‘Bliss’, a potent apoptogenic elixir derived from the wisdom of the oldest form of holistic healthcare and made from the finest of herbs sourced from Vaidyas (Ayurvedic physicians) in India. Featuring a myriad of benefits, Bliss strengthens the nervous system, calms an overactive mind, and promotes a deeper, more restful night’s sleep. This unique blend of ingredients simultaneously supports vitality and immunity. What’s different about One Eleven’s formulas are that instead of using a single herb or combining only a few herbs, the dynamism of multiple herbs in specific quantities intelligently synergise together to amplify each other’s effects and create a harmonious end-product that is more balanced and provides balance to the one who ingests it.

Both refreshing, relaxing and rejuvenating, Bliss is easily integrated into your morning (or afternoon) beverage and can be used in coffee to neutralise some of the over-stimulating effects of caffeine. Alternatively, Bliss can be used before meditation or yoga for a more blissful, relaxing experience.

Available exclusively online at oneelevenhealth.com and stocked in over 35 locations across Australia and New Zealand. Bliss retails between $70-$120 for the single pouches of either 40 or 80 serves, and $140-$190 for the starter kit sets, which includes a luxurious engraved brass canister to store your premium herbs.

All packaging is not only luxurious but 100% recyclable. Bliss has been created with our planet front of mind, recyclable and refillable, trees are planted for every order, and the orders make their way to you in compostable postal satchels or recyclable cardboard boxes.

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