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1Hour Break Stress Relief Spray Doubles Fundraising Goal

Readies to Market in the 19.6 Billion Dollar Industry of Stress/Anxiety Relief

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/08/14 -- The "finished" version of 1Hour Break Stress Relief Spray is ready for market and the market is clamoring for it based on the results of the company's Indiegogo campaign that raised more than double its funding goal at its halfway mark.

"Since launching our Indiegogo campaign on March 25th, we have more than doubled our goal. We are poised and ready to make a splash in this multi-billion-dollar stress/anxiety industry with our natural product to assist the over 40 million Americans affected by anxiety," said Don Lardizabal of 1Hour Break.

The company is dedicated to providing an all-natural and non-addictive option to relieving stress in the world. Over 65% of North Americans rely on prescription drugs daily. Out of that, 45% are taking mood altering drugs. That is nearly half the North American population! 1Hour Break combines the Lobelia herb, Passion Flower, Lemon Balm and the ancient Vanuatu Kava Kava root in its all-natural spray to relieve both stress and anxiety without any negative side effects.

The crowd funding campaign allows the company to expand the flavors to Honey and Mint sprays with the same benefits of the original flavor. 1HourBreak Infograph

For additional information on 1Hour Break and its Indiegogo campaign, please visit the link, 1HourBreakIndiegogo. If you would like to set up an interview with the company owners Don Lardizabal and Vu Nguyen, please contact Laura Dannerbeck at (415) 860-3762 or [email protected]. Also, visit 1Hour Break PressInfo.

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