Magnesium is found throughout your body. In fact, every cell in your body contains this mineral and needs it to function. Research shows that magnesium may help sleep and improve insomnia symptoms.
Organic Ashwagandha KSM-66:
Classified as an "adaptogen" meaning that it can help your body manage stress and anxiety. It may also help reduce cortisol levels, reduce symptoms of depression, reduce inflammation.
L-theanine may help people sleep more easily. Several studies have suggested that L-theanine could help people relax before bedtime, get to sleep more easily, and sleep more deeply. These benefits may result from the specific effects that the amino acid has on brain chemicals that play a role in sleep.
Chamomile Flower Powder:
Chamomile (Matricaria recuita) is a flowering plant in the daisy (Asteraceae) family. Native to Europe and Western Asia. Chamomile is one of the most widely used alternative therapies for promoting sleep and treating insomnia. Research has shown chamomile to have meaningful benefits when it comes to reducing anxiety and the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, which rates the effectiveness of natural remedies based on scientific evidence, says chamomile is possibly effective for anxiety.
Griffonia Seed Extract (5 HTP):
Our bodies naturally produce the amino acid compound 5-hydroxytryptophan, also known as 5-HTP. Our 5-HTP is derived naturally from the griffonia seed plant. This compound is converted by the body into the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin in the brain is thought to regulate anxiety, happiness, and mood.
Lemon Balm Extract:
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), a member of the mint family, is considered a calming herb. It can help to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep.
Lavender contains an oil that seems to have calming effects and might relax certain muscles. People commonly use lavender for anxiety, stress and insomnia.
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) is an herb native to Europe and parts of Asia. It has been used as a traditional medicine dating back to ancient Greek and Roman times. People commonly use valerian for sleep disorders, especially insomnia.