Chamomile Extract - a daisy like plant used as a traditional herbal sleep remedy and is often made into a tea.
Lavender Extract - a flowering plant in the mint family has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been known for its relaxation properties when used as a tea.
L-Theanine - an amino acid derivative found in teas. L-Theanine as a dietary supplement can be related to reducing mental and physical stress; as well as improving cognition and mood. Its effects include tranquility and relaxation.
Melatonin - naturally occurring compound produced by the pineal gland that helps regulate the sleep cycle. Melatonin increases REM sleep which is a crucial in maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.
Valerian Root Extract - a flowering perennial herb thought to have natural relaxing properties, it has been widely used in the past for nervous conditions and insomnia. Nowadays its relaxing effects have been used as a natural remedy for various conditions, avoiding harsh prescription drugs.
Rose Hips Extract - will help deal with stress and a natural source for small amounts of vitamins, mainly vitamin C, including E and K and many others. Other than being a natural source for these vitamins, it has been thought to aid in prevention and treatment of infections like the cold and flu.
Hops Extract - known as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, but also thought to produce a calming effect in people suffering from anxiety and insomnia.
St. John's Wort Extract - a very common non-prescription alternative for depression. It promotes normal mental health function and stability.
Skullcap Extract - a perennial herb thought to have a mild relaxing effect on the nervous and musculoskeletal system; which may provide an effective, alternative therapy for anxiety, nervous tension, and convulsions.
Kava Kava Extract - is taken from the natural Kava Kava plant and is thought to have sedating effects causing relaxation without interfering with mental clarity.
B3 - also known as Niacin, absorbs well and has been known to lower bad cholesterol and triglycerides.
B5 – also known as Pantothenic Acid, is essential part of metabolizing and synthesizing fats, carbohydrates, and protein. B5 is needed to produce Coenzyme A which, according to holistic medicine doctors, can prevent chronic fatigue.
B6 - also known as Pyridoxine, is essential in the production and breakdown of sugar. The sugar that is impacted by B6 is stored in the liver in the form of glycogen and is released only when the body's sugar levels get critically low. B6 has been connected to many other enzymes in the body that play a part in metabolism.
B12 - also known as Cobalamin, is poorly absorbed through the GI tract in pill form, leaving injection or liquid form the best way for the body to absorb this vitamin that is essential to the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system.