Sleep + Recover
30 | 90
|Amount Per Serving
|% Daily Value
|Ashwagandha Extract (Withania somnifera, root, standardized to 2.5% withanolides)
|Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa officinalis, leaf, standardized to 5% rosmarinic acid) ... 150mg
|Passion Flower Extract (Passiflora incarnata, aerial parts, 4:1 ratio)
|5-hydroxytryptophan (from Griffonia Extract, Griffonia simplicifolia, seed)
|Saffron Extract (Crocus sativus, flower, 3:1 ratio)
Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Cellulose), Ascorbyl Palmitate, Cellulose, Silica
* Daily Value not established
Warnings:If you are pregnant, lactating, taking medication or have a medical condition, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. Do not drive, operate machinery or consume alcohol when taking this product. For adults only.
Frequently Asked Questions
Many of my patients describe their sleep patterns as not a problem of falling asleep but staying asleep. It seems pretty common; why?
Lack of quality sleep is a result of a variety of factors, the most widely experienced include waking up at 2 or 3 AM. This is primarily due to unresolved and unbalanced cortisol or stress response that is elevated and prohibits the ability to stay asleep such that deep sleep can be achieved. For this reason, the stress response should be balanced and states of calmness improved so that deep sleep and its healing nature can be achieved.
Why does deep sleep matter?
Without deep sleep, the body is unable to reach a state that allows the healing and resiliency of body systems that support healthy immune responses, metabolic and hormonal controls, and central nervous system recovery.
How do I know if my patients’ sleep disturbances are due to lack of deep sleep?
If patients present with any of the following issues, they are candidates for restorative sleep support:
- Feeling unrefreshed and drowsy
- Reduced alertness and attention
- Cravings for high-calorie food
- Recurrent and frequent infections
- Feelings of sluggishness and low energy
How should I prescribe and direct my patients to use this product?
Patients should take this product daily for an initial period of six weeks, 30 to 40 minutes before bedtime daily. A follow-up assessment at the end of six weeks should evaluate progress and if the patient is slow to respond, the level of use can be increased to two capsules per day before bedtime.
Will it take 6 to 12 weeks for my patients to experience quality sleep improvement?
While use of nutritional supplements and their effects always have individual variations of response, most patients can experience improved sleep patterns (i.e., falling and staying asleep) in the first instance of product use. Because the formula is designed to rest and rebalance key underlying systems important and supportive of deep sleep, longer-term and consistent response my take longer.
Can’t I just recommend melatonin to my patients having a harder time falling asleep?
Melatonin is an effective natural remedy that can help individuals fall asleep by resetting their sleep cycles.* But patients under higher levels of stress may not be able to achieve deep sleep with melatonin alone. So for those special patients, a comprehensive and complete formula that supports all the key functional pathways that facilitate deep sleep are needed and most helpful.*
Why does the formula include seven botanical extracts?
The formula supports a broad underlying system network that not only targets the ability to fall asleep, but the interconnectivity of systems that influence and balance the progression to deep sleep and its restorative healing activity.*
Why include Ashwagandha?
Ashwagandha has been shown to balance cortisol levels in a way that helps reduce levels of stress and stimulate a healthy immune system response.* Because cortisol must cycle through high levels and fall to lower levels if this cycle does not occur, stress remains high, and the body functions are compromised such that deep sleep is not achieved for at least 20% of the sleep time needed for resiliency.
What is the benefit of l-theanine?
Theanine, a natural product found in black tea, provides a supporting calming response and function.* It results in a state of brain activity that supports deep sleep and its healing response.*
Does melatonin do more than affect and influence the sleep cycle?
Yes. Melatonin is a ubiquitous molecule with antioxidant properties.* It exerts an anti-inflammatory response that provides healing and causes resilient processes to occur.*