PILOT LIGHT HERBAL FORMULA
Supports warmer metabolism and endurance in cold climates.*
As low as 1 Teaspoon (4 droppers full) per day for small and sensitive individuals. As high as 1 Tablespoon (15 droppers full) per day for larger and robust individuals. Herbs can be taken at one time or dosed several times per day. Average dose is 2 Teaspoons (8 droppers full) per day. Higher doses are used for acute and/or severe symptoms, lower doses are used for milder symptoms and/or longer term maintenance. These herbs are most often taken mixed with a cup of hot water (like a cup of tea), but they can also be mixed with cold water or taken as an undiluted shot!
Cinnamon Twig / Gui Zhi, Cinnamon Bark / Rou Gui, Fresh Ginger / Sheng Jiang, Cured Ginger / Gan Jiang, Galangal Rhizome / Gao Liang Jiang, Cured Tangerine Peel / Chen Pi, Evodia Fruit / Wu Zhu Yu, Cynomorium / Suo Yang, Cistanches / Rou Cong Rong, Japanese Teasel Root / Xu Duan, Morinda Root / Ba Ji Tian, Drynaria Rhizome / Gu Sui Bu, Long Pepper Root / Bi Ba, Eucommia Bark / Du Zhong, Dodder Seed / Tu Si Zi, Herba Epimedii / Yin Yang Huo, Fennel / Xiao Hui Xiang, Safflower / Hong Hua, Turmeric Rhizome / Jiang Huang, Astragalus Seed / Sha Yuan Zi, Ginseng / Ren Shen, Peony Root / Bai Shao, Cornelian Cherry / Shan Zhu Yu, Chinese Yam Root / Shan Yao, Honey Baked Licorice / Zhi Gan Cao
HOW WE KNOW IT'S WORKING
The successful use of Peekay’s Pilot Light allows people to be more comfortable in cold climates and also allows winter sports players to stay comfortable for longer periods as they engage in extremely cold conditions.
Peekay’s Pilot Light is indicated for supporting baseline metabolic functions, warmth and circulation. It’s intended for subjectively and objectively cold individuals who are rarely warm enough no matter how many layers they dress in. They feel cold deep in their bones, they are sensitive to cold weather and they may also be fatigued and suffering from low metabolic functions. Also for people who enjoy outdoor winter sports like skiing and snowboarding and seek a little extra support to help their bodies maintain warmth and vitality during these cold climate activities. If in doubt, always consult your doctor or a licensed health care provider before taking any medications, over-the-counter drugs, supplements or herbs.