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What is it?

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone produced by our own body, mainly by the pineal gland, located in our brain. Melatonin, the remarkable sleep-regulating hormone, takes center stage in orchestrating your body's natural sleep-wake cycle (circadian rhythm). It is nothing like those habit-forming sleeping pills; it's a gentle nudger, encouraging your body to embrace relaxation naturally.


Found in Oryza Sativa (Asian rice), Medicago Sativa (Alfalfa) & Chlorella
Origin USA

How does it work?

Melatonin works in a manner similar to the hormone produced by our own bodies, with the primary goal of promoting restful sleep and improving sleep quality. The exogenous melatonin from the supplement is absorbed into the bloodstream and travels to the brain, where it interacts with MT1 and MT2 receptors that are part of the brain's sleep-wake regulatory system, and when activated by melatonin, they help induce a sense of relaxation and drowsiness.

It aids in reducing the time it takes to fall asleep, improving sleep onset latency. It also helps regulate the duration and quality of sleep, allowing individuals to experience more restorative and uninterrupted sleep.

Fact: Melatonin regulates the circadian rhythm, or sleep/wake cycle, based on light and dark, NOT day and night. The sleep cycle is triggered when the retina registers darkness and secretes melatonin from the pineal gland into the bloodstream. Similarly, the wake cycle is triggered when the retina registers light. This is important, as taking melatonin and then being exposed to light can make it harder to sleep, or waking in darkness can make it hard to wake up.

Top features & benefits

Insomnia relief Improved sleep onset Relaxes & Calms
Reduces cellular damage Regulates sleep cycle Enhanced sleep quality
Jet lag relief Sleep disorder support Enhances immunity
Non-Habit forming Natural & safe

Have questions?
We’ve got the answers!

  • Do we need a prescription?
    Melatonin is a non-habit-forming supplement and not a drug. So, you do not need a doctor's prescription.
  • Are there any side effects of prolonged consumption?
    Absolutely not. All our products are 100% plant-based and free from preservatives, making them totally safe to consume for as long as you like.
  • Can melatonin help with jet lag and shift work sleep disorders?
    Yes, melatonin supplements can be effective in reducing the symptoms of jet lag and improving sleep patterns in shift workers.
  • What is the recommended dosage of melatonin for adults and children?
    The recommended dosage varies depending on individual needs and the specific sleep issue. For adults, it usually ranges from 5-10 mg, while for children, it's lower.
  • Are there any side effects associated with melatonin supplements?
    No, Melatonin is generally well-tolerated.
  • Can I become dependent on melatonin if I use it regularly?
    Melatonin is not considered addictive as it is not habit-forming.
  • Are melatonin supplements suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
    Pregnant or breastfeeding women should consult their healthcare provider before using melatonin supplements, as safety during pregnancy and lactation is not fully established.
  • How long does it take for melatonin to start working?
    Melatonin typically starts working within 30 minutes to an hour after ingestion, but this can vary depending on the individual and the formulation.
  • Can melatonin interact with other medications or supplements?
    Yes, melatonin can interact with certain medications and supplements, so it's essential to inform your healthcare provider about all the substances you are taking.
  • Are there any restrictions or age limits for using melatonin supplements?
    Melatonin supplements are generally not recommended for children without medical guidance, and adults should follow the directions for consumption.
  • Can melatonin be used for children with sleep issues?
    Melatonin may be used for children with specific sleep disorders, but it's crucial to consult a pediatrician for proper evaluation and dosage recommendations.
  • Are there any natural food sources of melatonin?
    Yes, certain foods like cherries, grapes, tomatoes, and walnuts contain small amounts of melatonin.
  • Can melatonin supplements be used for anxiety or stress relief?
    While melatonin is primarily used for sleep-related issues, some people find it may also have a calming effect, aiding with anxiety or stress indirectly.
  • Is it safe to drive or operate machinery after taking melatonin?
    Melatonin can cause drowsiness in some individuals, so it's best to avoid driving or operating machinery immediately after taking a melatonin supplement, especially if you're unsure how it affects you.
  • How should melatonin supplements be stored to maintain their effectiveness?
    Melatonin supplements should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and kept out of the reach of children. Always follow the storage instructions on the product label.
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