10 mg Sleep Support
High dose - Fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer!
✔ Jet lag, shift work, anti-aging
✔ Fast acting, non-addictive
✔ Wake refreshed, no morning hangover
Melatonin + B6 is a high potency formulation to promote natural sleep. Decreased melatonin production and sleep issues can develop with aging and lifestyle factors (artificial light, shift work, late night/altered sleep schedules, and exposure to electrosmog including laptops, television, and computers). Taking melatonin helps regulate sleep-wake cycles, resets circadian rhythms, increases REM and total sleep time, and improve overall sleep quality. When combined with vitamin B6, melatonin biosynthesis, secretion and absorption is enhanced.
Melatonin is used to support difficulty falling asleep (delay sleep phase syndrome), waking in the night, jet lag, increasing total sleep time (shift work, jet lag, late night/altered sleep schedule). Research shows that melatonin benefits goes beyond improving overall quality of sleep. Known at one of the body’s most efficient free-radical scavengers, melatonin has powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune properties for brain, neurological, heart, and cancer protection.
Each lozenge contains:
• Melatonin 10 mg
• Vitamin B6 10 mg
Suitable for vegetarians.
Adult: Take one tablet before or at bedtime, or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Caution/Warnings: Consumption with alcohol, other medications, or natural products with sedative properties is not recommended. If you are taking one of the following medications. Consult a health care practitioner prior to use: anticoagulant, anticonvulsant, blood pressure medications, immunosuppressive medications, sedatives, hypnotic or psychotropic. If you have one of the following conditions, consult a health care practitioner prior to use: asthma, cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, depression, diabetes or hypoglycemia, hormonal disorder, immune system diseases, hormonal disorder, immune system disease, liver disease, migraine, or seizure disorders. If symptoms persist continuously for more than 4 weeks (chronic insomnia), consult your health care practitioner.