Getting enough sleep is critical for many different areas of mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. With the vegetarian passion fruit flavor gummy vitamin you can enjoy a little treat before bed that can also help you get a good night’s rest. The gummies act as a natural sleep aid providing a calming and relaxing effect.
|Health Benefits: improves sleep, enhances memory and cognition, antioxidant, maintains optimal bodily functions
|Ingredients: Passiflora Extract (Passiflora incarnata)(herb), Melatonin, Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Glucose, Pectin, Citric Acid, Natural Passion fruit flavor, Vegetable Oil (contains Carnauba Wax), Purple Carrot Juice Concentrate.
|Manufacturer country: USA
|Amount: 60 gummies
|Bruto weight: 215g (0.47lb)
|Usage: As a dietary supplement take two (2) capsules once a day.
Caution: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant or nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.
Science Behind This Product
Melatonin and Weight. Melatonin seems to be a glucose-metabolic safe sleep aid in patients with metabolic diseases and healthy adults. It may even have beneficial glucose-metabolic effects.
Passiflora as Antioxidant. A review concluded extracts and flavonoids (mainly quercetin, apigenin, and vitexin) from Passiflora could be a valuable source of anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative medications for the prevention and treatment of many diseases which occur with complex inflammatory processes.
Passiflora and Insomnia. A study showed that sleep efficiency and wake after sleep onset (WASO) significantly improved after taking passionflower extract for two weeks.
Melatonin for Sleep. Melatonin intervention in subjects with Respiratory diseases, Metabolic disorders, and sleep disorders significantly affects sleep quality.
Pyridoxine and Dreaming. Data for dream salience suggests that Vitamin B-6 may act by increasing cortical arousal during periods of rapid eve movement (REM) sleep. A hypothesis is presented involving the role of B-6 in the conversion of tryptophan to serotonin.