Zazen issued the following press release:
Aliso Viejo, CA (June 27, 2011) –Zazen’s distribution into the hospitality industry has increased significantly the second quarter of 2011. The CEO of Zazen, David Christenson, says” when we began introducing Zazen into the hospitality industry, we received push back from some hotels because Zazen was not FDA approved. However, after educating the decision makers that the FDA only evaluates and approves drugs, not herbal supplements, and that no beverage or functional beverage that the hotels currently sells is FDA approved, we then began making some progress. This coupled with the high percentage of travelers who do not sleep particularly well on the road, I think the decision makers began to realize that Zazen was an amenity they should make available to their hotel guests’. Once these decision makers tried Zazen themselves, researched the ingredients and evaluated Zazen’s extensive Health and Safety credentials, the number of hotels selling Zazen grew quickly”.
Zazen’s formula includes 2325mg of active sleep-inducing herbs and is very gentle on the human body.
Christenson further states “The health benefits of these herbs are legendary. In fact, one of the main ingredients in Zazen is the “Red Reishi”, which is the crown achievement of herbal adoptogenics science.
Zazen Sleep Formula is much more than a sleep aid. When we began formulating Zazen in 2009, the first thing we wanted to accomplish was that the formula needed to induce sleep naturally and effectively, and at the same time, the herbs used needed to deliver significant health benefits to the consumer, beyond the sleep inducement functionality. We dramatically exceeded these expectations. If you research the herbs used in Zazen, you will quickly understand why the formula took over 2 years to perfect”.
For additional information, contact Zazen at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.zazensleep.com
Zazen expands its distribution into the Hospitality Trade,