Introducing Calmful Sleep, formulated and licensed specifically for sleep.
- Promotes relaxation
- Includes GABA, L-theanine and melatonin
- New organic wildberry flavour
- Vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, non-GMO
- No preservatives, artificial flavour or colour
Getting enough sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your health—not to mention your productivity and creativity. Not only does your brain need quality sleep in order to “clean” and balance itself, but it’s also during slumber that the heart and blood vessels repair, the immune system strengthens and hormones are balanced.
This nighttime drink features a blend of natural sleep-promoting ingredients and tastes like a delicious fruit tea, with organic wild berry flavour and stevia.
Before bedtime, just add water (preferably hot), let it fizz, drink—and then . . . zzzzzzzzzzz.
HOW CALMFUL SLEEP WORKS
Calmful Sleep is a proprietary blend of natural, complementary ingredients. It goes to work right away creating the conditions for restorative rest.
Natural Calm magnesium citrate (150 mg): Natural Calm’s ionic formula is one of the most absorbable forms available. Known as the anti-stress mineral, it works fast to quiet a racing mind, relax muscles and help normalize the heart rate.
GABA (100 mg): GABA, or gamma-aminobutyric acid, is a non-protein amino acid that calms the nervous system, promoting relaxation and downgrading anxiety. GABA naturally occurs in the brain, and the form used in Calmful Sleep is synthetic.
Suntheanine® (50 mg): A patented premium form of L-theanine, Suntheanine® is a calm-enhancing amino acid. It promotes relaxation and reduces nervous tension by stimulating alpha wave activity in the brain.
Magnesium glycinate (70 mg): A form of chelated magnesium, it combines magnesium with the amino acid glycine. Like Natural Calm magnesium citrate, magnesium glycinate promotes relaxation.
Melatonin (5 mg): Melatonin is a natural hormone that helps ease the body into restful sleep and increase total sleep time. While melatonin is spontaneously secreted by the brain, some people produce too little, whether because of jet lag, exposure to light or age-related deficiency.