Anxiety dissipates with the wind, falling asleep becomes effortless from now on.
【Ingredients】: Vitamin C, Niacin, Vitamin B, Melatonin, Magnesium, Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, Extract of Valerian Root (standardized to contain 0.8% Valerenic Acid), Passion Flower Powder, Hops Pollen, Baikal Skullcap Powder.
- Individuals prone to emotional tension, irritability, low mood, anxiety, or depression.
- Those who frequently experience insomnia or poor sleep quality (difficulty falling asleep, frequent dreams, easy awakening), and forgetfulness.
- Individuals with mild depression, neuralgia, or sensitivity.
【Product Features】: A compound herbal formula combined with various trace nutrients for efficient and safe use, without any toxic side effects. It can calm the nerves, alleviate depression and anxiety, assist in serotonin production, balance the nervous system, relax muscles, and promote sleep.
【Nutritional Knowledge】: Modern people are constantly under stress and busyness, and there is an increasing trend in mental disorders and sleep disturbances. Sleep disorders are one of the most common complaints doctors encounter. The two most common types of sleep disorders are sleep-onset insomnia, which is characterized by difficulty falling asleep, and maintenance insomnia, which includes frequent awakenings or early awakenings. When dealing with sleep problems, we recommend using natural remedies.
Valerian: Also known as valerian root, it has long been used as an effective herb to improve sleep due to its sedative and calming effects. As early as the 16th century, Europeans used valerian tea to help with sleep and prolong life. Modern research, including clinical applications, has shown that valerian has various effects, such as promoting sleep, calming the nerves, and improving depression, with almost no side effects. Before valerian was officially used as a sleep aid product, it was often used by herbal experts as an analgesic.
Modern research has shown that valerian:
- Has a sedative effect, strengthening the inhibitory process of the cerebral cortex, reducing reflex excitability, and relieving smooth muscle spasms.
- Has antihypertensive effects, which are related to its parasympathetic-like effects, blocking the carotid sinus reflex and inhibiting the central nervous system.
- The total alkaloids in valerian have antibacterial effects, especially against Gram-positive bacteria.
Melatonin: Melatonin is a natural hormone used to treat insomnia and regulate the biological clock, widely available in the market. Airline personnel like this supplement because it can speed up the adjustment of the biological clock. This sleep cycle hormone is secreted by the pineal gland in the brain and regulates the night and day cycles. Melatonin levels rise in the evening and drop during sleep, but overall levels decrease with age. Additionally, melatonin is promoted as a miraculous drug that can prolong life, maintain youthful vitality and sexual function. Despite positive, exaggerated, and overly confident advertising, more research is needed to prove the feasibility of these health claims and the safety of melatonin.
This product is also formulated with other herbal compounds with similar effects, including: Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA): An amino acid with various physiological functions such as lowering blood pressure, promoting mental stability, improving brain blood flow, enhancing brain vitality, nourishing nerve cells, and more.
Baikal Skullcap: Known for its mild relaxing effects on the nervous system, muscles, and bones, it’s used for anxiety, nervousness, hysteria, stress-induced headaches, nervous appetite loss, and insomnia.
Passion Flower: Also used to relieve anxiety, nervousness, and hysteria, as well as stress-related headaches, and insomnia.
Baikal Skullcap: Also known as “Baiguo Xiang,” its juice contains 165 compounds, creating a unique aroma with the flavors of more than a dozen fruits. It has the effects of beauty and skin care, fatigue removal, anti-aging, and hypertension prevention.
Hops Pollen: Hops contain lupulin, which research has shown has a calming and sleep-promoting effect. This component also has antidepressant effects.
Vitamin C: Can prevent scurvy, which initially presents with symptoms like weakness in the limbs, mental decline, restlessness, muscle pain, and depression.
Magnesium: Is the primary cation in human cells, mainly concentrated in mitochondria, second only to potassium and phosphorus inside cells, and third only to sodium and calcium in extracellular fluid. It can regulate the excitability of nerves and muscles, inhibit potassium and calcium channels, and work together with calcium and potassium ions to maintain the excitability of nerves and muscles. Low blood magnesium or calcium levels increase excitability; conversely, they have a sedative effect.
Vitamin B6: Can convert tryptophan into niacin, thereby improving sleep. Niacin is a water-soluble vitamin that belongs to the B-vitamin family. If the body lacks niacin, it often leads to anxiety, irritability, and subsequently poor sleep. Therefore, medically, niacin is often used to improve insomnia caused by depression.
Usage: Take 2 or more tablets before bedtime for adults.
Precautions: Do not use for individuals under 18 years of age, children, pregnant or lactating women. It has a mild sedative effect, so do not drive or engage in mechanical work after taking it. Do not take it in combination with alcoholic beverages or other sedative medications such as sleeping pills or antidepressants.