Milk And Honey – It’s Sleepytime, Baby.

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While I don’t normally review any sort of product, like, ever, I feel compelled to write a short review on this product. This is mainly because I suffer terribly from insomnia, and I know many other people struggle with the same issue.

Yesterday whilst strolling through my local grocer, I came upon a bottle of Febreze “Sleep Serenity” Spray. I glanced at it skeptically. “Yeah, right. My room will just wind up smelling like a French Whore (as my ex-stepfather used to say).” I study the label. “Warm Milk and Honey” it reads. I twist the nozzle, and spray.

Now, I’ve never actually smelled, or even considered the idea of Warm Milk and Honey, but lo and behold, I could have curled up right there on the waxed floor and drifted off to oblivion. I purchased it, rushed home, and doused my apartment in this new, comforting scent. It’s a warm, inviting fragrance. Not so much reminiscent of Grandma’s house, which is fine by me as Grandma’s house smells a little creepy in my opinion. It’s more of a fuzzy, soothing, lingering scent – lingering in a good way, unlike many of the sprays that smell terrifically refreshing for a moment, and then WHOOSH, it’s gone. 

I highly recommend this product for anyone who’s into the whole aromatherapy thing, or for anyone who has gone out of their way and their minds to help induce a night of slumber. It’s pretty fantastic and worth the $2.58 I spent.

Febreze Warm Milk and Honey mixed with the Ambien tablet that I am about to devour, and I fully expect a good 6 hours of slumber to come. 🙂

Only time will tell. 🙂

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About Trees Without Roots

I'm a sometimes spunky, sometimes brooding Southern woman who is still trying to find my roots. I come from a travelling Military upbringing, and I hope to one day plant my feet firmly into the ground, and settle. I have no real theme going here, just a bit of randomness that is my life. I hope you enjoy.

Posted on July 22, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I have had insomnia for about 12 years now, and the last time I took prescription sleep medicine I busted my head open in the bathroom. SO now I refuse to take drugs at all. This sounds like a great alternative. 🙂

  2. I’ve done some bizarre things while on Ambien, and there have been several times I’ve sworn it (and other sleep meds) off “forever”. Recently, I have hard such a hard time sleeping that it I found myself back to the Ambien regimen, which I hate but I’ve been so desperate for sleep. The Febreze scent truly helped. I still can’t believe it! I think tonight I *may* try some chamomile tea and respray everything in my house. That Ambien makes me do some scary stuff!!! Let me know how you like it – if you try it!!! 🙂 Have a great night! -M

  3. It did! Which reminds me, I need to buy more! 😉

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