NEW YORK, Nov 26, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — According to the American Insomnia Association, over 20 million Americans suffer from chronic insomnia connected to a range of triggers such as stress, poor diet and anxiety. For the first time, the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine (“TCM”) are now available to them without the need for acupuncture needles or swallowing herbal medicines or teas.

VitaMind Cap(TM) is an innovative product that allows insomnia sufferers to enjoy a sound, uninterrupted sleep. It contains a mixture of 16 premium herbs which are carefully blended to address insomnia and related stress and anxiety.

VitaMind Cap(TM) has been designed to be worn while sleeping. Unlike other aromatherapy products which simply smell pleasant, VitaMind Cap(TM) stimulates the “Du Meridian” Pathway that runs through the body, helping to realign the wearer’s internal balance. This is the same process as acupuncture, but without the needles.

VitaMind Cap(TM) has won numerous awards, including the Gold Medal at the 42nd Brussels Eureka World Invention Expo, Highest Honor at China’s First International Wellness Congress and the Gold Medal at the Oriental Medicine and Technology Exhibits in Indonesia.

One of the most dramatic success stories in the USA comes from New York City where 9/11 hero, retired NYPD officer Joseph Lutrario said: “I was having trouble with concentration and sleep ever since 9/11. I started using VitamindCap(TM) in September 2008 and within days I was sleeping and feeling like I was able to think straight again.”

The inventor of VitaMind Cap(TM), Professor Zhao Buchang, who is recognized as one of the most influential TCM practitioner in China, recently said: “These herbs have been tested and balanced over the 44 years of my life’s work with chronic insomnia sufferers. This is not a drug or a nutraceutical. It is a wearable functional device to harmonize the “Du” neuro-meridian pathways and to promote a better quality of life.”

For more information, please visit http://www.vitamindcap.com or phone AlphaBridge International, Inc. at (917) 930-8118.
SOURCE AlphaBridge International, Inc.

 

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