Sleep Gummies

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10656-60C
/ NPN: 80116757
Dairy Free Gluten Free GMO Free Vegan Vegetarian
Your Price CA$27.50
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CA$27.50

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Great-tasting gummy for improved overall sleep quality
  • Offers 0.5 mg of MicroActive melatonin per gummy
  • Helps increase total sleep time and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep
  • Assists in resetting the body’s sleep-wake cycle
  • Includes lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), L-theanine and vitamin B6
  • Contains no artificial colours or flavours, and less than 0.5 g total sugars per gummy
  • Delicious raspberry-tea flavoured gummy also includes an organic fruit blend
Sleep Gummies feature MicroActive melatonin, lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), L-theanine and vitamin B6 to help improve overall sleep quality. Sleep disturbances affect all segments of the population with approximately 40% of Canadian adults reporting at least 1 symptom of insomnia 3 times per week.1 Supplementation with melatonin has been clinically shown to significantly decrease the time required to fall asleep, increase total sleep time, and improve sleep quality when compared to placebo treatments.2 This comprehensive sleep formulation also includes vitamin B6, L-theanine and lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), traditionally used in Herbal Medicine as a sleep aid during times of mental stress. Sleep Gummies are delicious, natural raspberry-tea flavoured gummies with no artificial flavours or colours, and less than 0.5 g total sugars per gummy. Sleep Gummies help improve overall sleep quality and are ideal for those who have difficulty or dislike swallowing capsules. Simply take two gummies at or before bedtime or follow additional label directions in cases of jet lag.

REFERENCES
1. Morin, C. Insomnia Rounds. 2012; 1(1): 1-6.
2. Ferracioli-Oda E, Qawasmi A, Bloch MH. PLoS One. 2013 May 17;8(5):e63773.