All natural safe and effective sleeping aid.
If you are one of the 75 million North Americans who suffer from poor quality sleep. This sleep aid will surprise you with the most restful night of sleep in years. And without any of the troublesome consequences of prescription sleeping pills.
•Turn off the mental chatterbox and fall gently sleep
•Put an end to interrupted sleep or very light sleep
•Stop the nightly toss-and-turn
•Safe, natural, effective, non-habit forming
Use and List of ingredients:
Used to alleviate sleeplessness, stress, pain and mild anxiety. Sleep Prescription is a sedative and according to traditional Chinese medicine improves flow of energy.
Siberian Ginseng (Eleutheroccus Senticocus Root Extract) : Siberian Ginseng is and adaptogen that possesses antioxidant properties. Typically used to normalize elevated blood sugar glucose) levels in diabetes Mellitus Type 1 patients. It may increase alertness and improve memory. Siberian Ginseng may improve the body’s ability to handle stress and normalize sleep patterns.
Helicidum (Doufuguo Extract) : Its major function is that of a sedative known to calm the nerves. It is used to alleviate nervousness connected to stress allowing for better and deeper sleep. Used to alleviate sleeplessness, stress, pain and mild anxiety. Jujube is a mild sedative and according to traditional Chinese medicine improves flow of energy.
Schizandra (Schizandra Chinensis Fruit Extract) : Schizandra is known to alleviate mild depression, headaches, and sleeplessness. As an adaptogen it conteracts the toxic effects of stress.
Hops (Humulus Lupulus Fruit Extract) : Hops is known to alleviate sleeplessness and nervousness. It has been used to relieve mild discomfort for centuries by European herbalist.
Valerian Extract: Used for insomnia and other disorders.
In the USA Valerian is sold as a nutricianal suppliment. Therapeutic use has increased as natural herbal remedies have gained in popularity, especially after the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act was passed in 1994. This law allowed the distribution of many agents as over-the-counter supplements, and therefore allowed them to bypass the regulatory requirements of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Valerian is used against sleeping disorders, restlessness and anxiety, and as a muscle relaxant. Valerian seems only to work when taken over longer periods (several weeks), though many users find that it takes effect immediately. Some studies have demonstrated that valerian extracts interact with the GABA and benzodiazepine receptors. Valerian is also used traditionally to treat gastrointestinal pain and spastic colitis. Long term safety studies are missing. As valepotriates may be potential mutagens, valerian should only be used after consultation with a physician. Valerian medication is sometimes recommended as a first line when benefit-risk analysis dictates. Valerian is often indicated as transition medication during discontinuation processes involving bromazepan, clonazepam and diazepam, among others. Valerian has uses in herbal medicine as a sedative. The main current use of valerian is as a remedy for insomnia, with a recent meta-analysis providing some evidence of effectiveness. It has been recommended for epilepsy but that is not supported by research (although its analogue valproic acid is used as an anticonvulsant and mood-stabilizing drug). Valerian root generally does not lose effectiveness over time.