What Is U~Dream?
This herbal sleep formula has been flying off the shelves at natural health food store. The formula is incredibly unique and combines traditional eastern medicinal herbs with western herbal medicine, creating an effective natural sleep formula.
It is designed to assist your natural sleep cycle and is beneficial for anyone suffering from hormonal imbalances causing sleeplessness, those who struggle with anxiety and insomnia and for those who suffer from lack of sleep due to pain or injury.
The herbal combinations includes these nine ingredients:
- Passionflower: A calming herb for anxiety and insomnia
- Lion's Mane: A mushroom known for its positive effect in reducing both anxiety and depression
- Schisandra: A "superberry" that provides both stress relief and assists with insomnia
- Loquat Fruit: A fruit extract that helps as a mild sedative
- L-Tryptophan: An essential amino acid well known for its sleep inducing qualities
- Tuberfleeceflower & Rehmannia: These two additions also assist with alleviating insomnia
- Citrus and Curcuma: These two ingredients enhance the formula's properties and facilitate absorption in the body
U~Dream has been formulated in two formulas: lite and full night. This allows individuals to choose which formula is best for them. The lite formula is designed for those who wake up in the middle of the night and have issues falling back asleep. The full formula is designed for those who have difficulty falling asleep at bedtime and is designed to ease the transition into sleep.
Both of these formulas are best used intermittently and for less than 3 weeks at a time. These formulas should not be combined with other sleeping aids or any products that depress the nervous system.
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