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Something for dreaming – Søvn 30 ml

kr290

You’re restless and you can’t sleep, right? Something® for dreaming contains melatonin, passion flower and lemongrass which helps to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep and supports your mental and physical relaxation, both of which are essential for a good night’s sleep. Good night and sweet dreams.

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26 - 28 jul, 2024
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The post-chemical pharmacy: 100 % matbaserte kosttilskudd for fremtiden

Produktet er fri for: GMO, rafinert sukker, gluten og laktose.

100 % mat- og plantebasert.

Størrelse: 50 ml

Hvordan bruke

For soving eller jetlag

2 sublingual (under tungen) sprayer 30 minutter før sengetid

For å slappe av

2 sublingual (under tungen) spray når du er stresset.

Laget for

Jetlag

Get back into the rhythm in no time.

Sleeping problems

Powerful plant-mix in combination with melatonin to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep.

Stress

Calming plant extracts to support relaxation and help you calm down.

Nøkkelingredienser

Lemon balm

Lemon balm is part of the mint family and often used to control colics in infants. It helps to promote physical well-being, contributing to a normal functioning of the intestinal tract and supports digestion. It is also used to reduce anxiety and irritability and helps to get a good sleep, maintain good cognitive functioning and promote mental and physical relaxation.

Passiflora

Passionflower is used as an anxiolytic, calming and a sleep inducing promoter. It helps with relaxation and controlls anxiety and insomnia.

Lemon essential oil

Lemon is an important medicinal plant from the Rutaceae family and a key element in the ayurveda medicine. Several studies give prominence to the lemon as an important fruit for health promotion, due to its richness in phenolic compounds, as well as vitamins B and C, minerals, fiber, essential oils and carotenoids.

Vitamin b6

Vitamin B6 is also called pyridoxine. It is involved in the process of making serotonin, which are chemicals that transmit signals in the brain. It contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system, to normal metabolism of homocysteine, to normal metabolism of protein and glycogen, to a normal psychological function and many more.

Vitamin b1

Vitamin B1 is one of 8 B vitamins, which help the body to convert food into energy. Thiamine contributes to normal energy producing metabolism, for the normal functioning of the nervous system to a normal psychological function and normal functioning of the heart.

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland, the “principal seat of the soul.” in our brain, and is primarily responsible for the regulation of sleep. It is synthesized from tryptophan, an essential amino acid provided through the foods we eat. Its production decreases throughout life, which is why, with age, we tend to sleep less and have greater difficulty falling asleep. Taking 1 mg of melatonin per day contributes to reducing the time required to fall asleep.