Sweet Dreams is an herbal formula that aids individuals that have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, and waking up feeling refreshed. This high quality seven herb blend is exactly what you need if you can not seem to get enough sleep without the worry of dependency.
An Overview of our Botanical Formula:
Kava kava has a lengthy history of use in alternative medicine and ancestral rituals. South Pacific Islanders drink Kava during cultural rituals and religious ceremonies to help generate an altered state, raising consciousness within the spiritual being. Studies show using Kava can aid in providing a relaxing, euphoric state while reducing stress and anxiety. But, one must take precaution while taking Kava, it can cause some severe issues to the liver, such as that caused by hepatitis and liver failure.
Skullcap leaves in traditional medicine are a staple to help persons with anxiety-related sleep disorders because of its sedative properties. Skullcap aids persons with mental and physical exhaustion that can not fall asleep or stay asleep throughout the night; it is said that skullcap acts as a nerve tonic.
Chamomile, for centuries, is the go-to herb when persons are feeling nervous or have issues sleeping. The plant produces the compound Apigenin, which is responsible for the binding receptors that initiate sleep and decrease nervousness.
Lemongrass has proven studies showing it beneficial for persons who may have a dopamine and serotonin imbalance. Eugenol, one of the primary compounds in lemongrass, is responsible for regulating secretions of dopamine and serotonin, which are responsible for regulating sleep, mood, appetite, and cognitive function in individuals.
Lavender Flowers, has a variety of therapeutic properties. Several studies provide evidence that lavender can induce a state of relaxation, stabilize mood, and may act as a sedative for some.
Wood Betony has phytochemicals that prove to be a significant aid in decreasing symptoms of stress and tension, nervousness, and even epilepsy. In traditional medicine, Wood Betony many used this plant to help reduce migraines and headaches, IBS symptoms, and persons that have Post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive over-worrying, overthinking and analyzing.
Valerian Root can have a peculiar smell; some may say that Valerian Root smells like dirty socks. Though the scent is pungent, studies show that valerian can help a person fall asleep quicker, stay asleep, and restore themselves feeling well-rested.
Kava, Skullcap, Chamomile, Lemongrass, Lavender Flowers, Wood Betony, Queen of the Night, and Vegetable Glycerin.