Sleeping Pill Ingredients


Nite-Rest Sleeping Pills | Sleeping Pill Ingredients | Nite-Rest Suggested Dosage

Nite-Rest List of Ingredients.

Nite-Rest is a Scientific Formulation of Natural Ingredients Including:
Phytomedicinal Complex of Calming Herbs (KAVA, Valerian, Chamomile, Hops & Catnip): Revered for their natural abilities to promote calm relaxation and reduce stress, promoting safe, sound sleep.

Melatonin: The natural sleep hormone of the body, without which, the body is unable to sleep normally or restfully. Note: high dosages of Melatonin used indiscriminately for the long term can induce sensitivity to sunlight. VÄXA'S NITE-REST formula effectively uses small doses of Melatonin with other calming nutrients, and thus may be taken over the long term without difficulty.

GABA: Helps naturally relax all muscle tissue, relieving tension build-up and reducing blood pressure.

DL-Phenylalanine (DLPA): An all-natural and safe muscle relaxant.

5-HTP: The direct precursor to Serotonin, and as Serotonin levels increase, so too can Melatonin levels which can aid in normalizing sleep patterns.

Specifically Targeted Micro-Nutritionals, Vitamins, Minerals & More: Critical synergistic cofactors needed by the body to reduce restlessness and enable relaxation.

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The Complete List of ingredients for Nite-Rest:

Calcium Carbonate - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (mineral). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: colds, flu, full pulse with fever, excessive cold, nocturnal sweat, chiefly on the chest, inflammation of nose, swelling, ulcerated and scabby nostrils, aching eyes, burning eyes, sore throat, constricted, accumulation of mucus in the mouth, pains in the abdomen, tension and swelling, inflation, constipation, too frequent emission of urine, obstructed breathing, wheezing respiration, palpitation of the heart with anxieties and trembling movements, contractions in the region of the heart, cramping in the upper and lower limbs, muscle spasms and unrest. (Clarke)

GABA - One of the major inhibitory Amino Acid neurotransmitters of the central nervous system, is known to be an active a1- & a2-adrenergic antagonist, helping the body to relax the smooth muscle of arteries and veins. It acts via the GABA-A and GABA-B cell receptors to prevent neuronal depolarization and firing of an action potential occurring in muscles, stopping the muscle from contracting. An action potential is a rapid, transient, self-propagating electrical excitation of the membrane of electrically excitable cells, also known as a spike or nerve impulse (in neurons). Action potentials occur in nerve, muscle, and neuroendocrine cells and are generated and propagated through the actions of voltage-gated ion channels.An action potential is essentially a brief (approx. 1 ms long), regenerative change in the membrane potential which occurs in electrically excitable cells such as the smooth muscle in veins and arteries. Action potentials are essentially digital signals which encode information as a temporal sequence. With GABA, G-protein coupled receptor sites (the largest superfamily of cell-surface receptors) are competed for in smooth muscle, ensuring that smooth muscle of arteries and veins relaxes, and that action potentials do not fire. As the smooth muscle relaxes, arteries and veins begin to vasodilate, increasing their circumference, allowing more blood to flow which subsequently reduces blood pressure throughout the circulatory system.GABA, a quasi-amino acid, is thought to be one of the most powerful inhibitory neurotransmitters in the central nervous system operating as a chemical messenger to its neighbors. GABA is important in helping the body to naturally regulate nerve function and enhance the ability of vitamin B3 (niacin) to act. This is an amino acid which can be derived from yet another amino acid, glutamic acid. GABA, one of the so called three musketeers (GABA, Glutamine [GAM] and Glutamic acid [GA]), is believed to be capable of providing needed nutrition and energy for the brain.GABA has generally been found to be deficient in clinical and experimental seizure disorders and is the most widely distributed inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain. GABA is helpful in bringing calmness to the body, promoting tranquility and peace in times of stress and anxiety. It is also a known precursor to another important neurotransmitter, gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), which is a natural sleep inducing compound in the brain, encouraging the body to produce its own native tryptophan, which in turn is the natural precursor to the sleep neurotransmitter, serotonin.

Chamaemelum Nobile - The ancient Egyptians dedicated chamomile to the sun and stars, prizing it above all other herbs for its healing properties, while Greek physicians prescribed it for fevers and female disorders. Among the nine ancient herbs of the Lacnunga, an ancient Anglo-Saxon manuscript, chamomile is the "Maythen." So celebrated as a hero amongst herbs, it has inspired a proverb about energy in adversity, "like a chamomile bed, the more it is trodden - the more it will spread!"More practically, chamomile is often used in European beauty salons as a tea to relax facial muscles. It also promotes sleep when ingested, helping the sleepless as well as being good for restless children and nightmares.Cosmetically, chamomile has long been used topically, being known for its "clearing" and "whitening" properties to skin, relieving shadows and lines of tiredness around the eyes, as well as being useful as a balm to aid in the soothing of skin abrasions and roughness while reducing the redness of inflammation. Chamomille has demonstrated antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antimycotic effects in many studies. Antispasmodic effects have been compared to that of papaverine. Especially wonderful in a bath, soothing tired muscles, aches and pains, while its aroma is thought to help one to be gently lulled to sleep.

DL-Phenylalanine - Phenylalanine, or L-Phenylalanine in its natural form, is an essential amino acid of tremendous nutritional importance, although often found low in the blood serum levels of vegetarians. It is a known nutritional precursor or forerunner of the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline) and epinephrine (adrenaline) which latter substances control or affect heart rate and output, blood pressure, oxygen consumption, blood sugar levels, fat metabolism and other brain functions.Interestingly, "Phenylpropanolamine" (a substance which attempts to mirror some of the activities of phenylalanine) is a synthetic substance used to promote the release of CCK (cholescystokinin) in the stomach, a "satiation" hormone which naturally induces satiety, transmitting its chemical message to the brain, signaling the body that it should stop eating. Phenylalanine is reported to have similar attributes that may nutritionally decrease one's appetite naturally, having the same causes of the synthetic substance above.DL-Phenylalanine is also involved in the release of PEA, phenylethylamine, a neurotransmitter closely related to norepinephrine, and which can sensitize endorphin receptors to endorphins, and aids in the relief of depression and the regulation of mood. PEA, by itself, can increase the manufacturing of norepinephrine in the brain, a natural pick-me-up. Research has shown that most deprressed individuals have low levels of PEA, and that most antidepressant drugs raise PEA levels.The "D-" form of phenylalanine nutritionally inhibits the production of enzymes which defeat the naturally occurring "opiates" of the body, the endorphins and enkephalins, those naturally occurring "pain-relievers" that the body produces when faced with neurochemical messages of discomfort.More specifically, supplementation of the "D-" form of phenylalanine appears to lengthen the biochemical life of these naturally occurring substances by inhibiting enkephalinase, and endorphinases, the enzymes that breaks down our naturally occurring pain relievers, allowing the body to naturally "remove" itself from pain for longer periods of time. Interestingly, the body's natural pain relievers, the endorphins and enkephalins, are known to be some 400 times more powerful than morphine in their concentrated strength.The combined D- and L- forms of phenylalanine, known as DL-Phenylalanine, are used supplementally to simply complement the body's natural ability to relieve discomfort, while also ensuring that enough of the "L-" form has been supplied. Both D- and L- forms are naturally occurring in nature.

Piper Methysticum

Valeriana Officinalis - The name of this herb is derived from the Latin valere, "to be in health," and is an ancient "medicinal herb" which was of certain popularity. It was found in the medicine bags of Canadian Indians, the Iroquois, and was purportedly used as a wound cleanser. This herb was used among the Nordic, the Persians and the Chinese as well. The only thing "bad" about the plant is its odor, which brings to mind the smell of stale perspiration, although cats are apparently quite attracted to it, and the perfume industry uses its strange muskiness in some of its concoctions. Funny enough, its old name V. phu is the likely origin of our colloquial expression for an "undesirable scent."Valerian returned to some prominence and popularity medicinally during the first World War, being used to treat shell shock and nervous stress in army hospitals. It is still effective when taken internally, the root acting to soothe a person's stress, relieving sleeplessness, calming the body and emotional distress, and tiredness and exhaustion. Most recently it has demonstrated sedative, sleep promoting actions, being useful for general nervousness and restlessness, insomnia and sleeping disorders based on nervous conditions. Active substances are thought to be essential oils and mono and sesquiterpenes.

Humulus Lupulus - By the ninth century, Hops was being used as the herb of choice in the brewing and preserving of spirits and ales, but for many years this particular herb was not used in brewing in England because curiously it was thought to instill melancholy. However, by the sixteenth century this belief was finally expelled from England, and Hops went on to replace ground ivy and alecost as the basis of flavoring and preserving drink.In Europe, this herb was used for its "clearing" capacities and was generally thought to be effective when chewed raw. It is useful today for making one relaxed and sleepy, being a useful sleep aid for those experiencing excessive sleeplessness. It has been used both internally and cosmetically, the latter acting to soothe one's muscles in a warm bath, relaxing taut, stressed muscle groups and generally lulling one off to sleep.Also used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: -"Is a good remedy in unstrung conditions of the nervous system.. Nervous tremors...giddiness and stupefaction...morbid vigilance.. drowsy during the day." (Boericke) -"This remedy is indicated in nervousness and irritability with a disposition to think over the troubles. There are cerebral hyperemia, insomnia...and a dull, heavy headache with muscular twitching...There are dark rings around the eyes...It should be studied in sexual debility of the male." (Blackwood)

Magnesium (from Gluconate)

5-HTP - 5-HTP is the direct precursor to Serotonin, and a safe alternative to L-Tryptophan (Ironically, L-Tryptophan has been cleared of any role in the EMS outbreak, it being a problem of contamination and not with the amino acid itself, and is still used in infant formulas and parenteral IV solutions). 5-HTP is normally converted in the body from L-Tryptophan. Thus, 5-HTP is thought to be able to more directly influence Serotonin production within the Hypothalamus than L-Tryptophan did. 5-HTP is some 10 times more effective than ordinary L-Tryptophan. As Serotonin levels increase, so too can Melatonin levels which can aid in normalizing sleep patterns (just 2 steps further removed form Serotonin).

OptiZinc - An antioxidant made by the InterHealth Co. in California, the same company that makes ChromeMate & ActiVin. OptiZinc has demonstrated synergistic effects with other antioxidants, far surpassing the abilities of common vitamin antioxidants such as vitamin A, E, and C. The antioxidant power of OptiZinc has been confirmed in multiple university-based studies. It also helps glutathione reserves in the body, as well as possibly reduce homocysteine levels because of its molecular configuration.

Ascorbic Acid-Vit. C

Nepeta Cataria - The fact that cats find this herb to be particularly unforgettable and alluring has some basis in science. Historically, when the herb was actually cultivated for ancient medicinal use, its dried and prepared leaves were smoked to yield a mildly hallucinogenic state which was used in less favorable times to relieve one from the "pressures of life."Today, it is known to contain vitamin C, and its natural and unprepared leaves are safely used to promote sleepiness and relaxation, acting as a mild stress reducer and calming agent, especially useful in restless and colic children who find it difficult to sleep soundly or sleep all through the night without disruption.

Niacinamide-B3

Pyridoxine HCL-B6

Clove - This herb is reported the world over to be a temporary comforter when applied topically, especially for toothache. Its other topical applications are less known but are as efficacious. It is also a cleanser when applied to the skin as well as being capable of imparting a refreshing aromatic natural scent. Some believe that it aids the body in its natural ability to stimulate the circulation (unproven).

Melatonin - Melatonin is known to be the sleep inducing hormone of the body. Without sufficient supplies of melatonin, the body is unable to sleep normally or restfully. Melatonin has proven effective in cases of insomnia, and provides for a safe, restful and uninterrupted sleep. It is effective in small doses (larger dosages than 2 mg per day seem to be counterproductive in the general population), and generally more so when taken in combination with other relaxants, such as 5-HTP, calming herbs, calcium etc. Despite Melatonin's notoriety as a sleep enhancer, it's actually more important than just that. Melatonin appears to be able to set the body clock, making sure the natural rhythms of the body (circadian rhythms) are well adjusted to the cycles of the sun. Being so connected, Melatonin works within the pineal gland (where information about the amount and degree of sun light we are experiencing is processed) of the brain as well as within the hypothalamus (where the autonomic nervous system is controlled and serotonin levels are balanced). Helping in the control of our circadian rhythms not only makes it a great candidate for resolving the problems of jet-lag, but keeps us healthy as well! Melatonin is also thought to be involved in the aging and information-cycling mechanisms of the cells of the body, and thus indirectly affects the Immune system, helping to protect against illness and disease.The body is able to naturally make Melatonin from another very important neurotransmitter/hormone called Serotonin, it being only two steps away chemically (Serotonin is the precursor). Because of the relationship between serotonin and Melatonin, the body's need, or inability, to make Melatonin may hamper the integrity of Serotonin molecular populations, and thus cause certain forms of depression, notably seasonal affect disorder (SAD), where lack of sunlight received through the retinas of eyes causes notable drops in serotonin levels via pineal-hypothalamic gland interaction. It is known that Melatonin can increase one's sensitivity to light, thus perhaps improving upon the efficiency of processing the light, regardless of the amount received, by the pineal-hypothalamus, and thereby encouraging higher levels of serotonin. However, simply by ensuring appropriate Melatonin reserves alone has not demonstrated significant relief from SAD to date. It appears that Melatonin by itself is only one of the factors which must be considered when examining the causes of depression and creating ways in which to increase serotonin levels. Also, some caution should be taken when using Melatonin since high dosages of Melatonin used indiscriminately for the long term can induce sensitivity to sunlight. V„xa formulas effectively compensate for this fact, and thus may be taken over the long term without difficulty. Herbs found naturally containing Melatonin include, St. John's Wort, Feverfew, and Huang-qin.

Aconitum napellus - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: great agitation and tossing of the body with anguish, inconsolable irritability, cries, tears, groans, complaints and reproaches; -vexed at trifles; takes every joke in bad part; -great, inconsolable anxiety; -dislike to talk, answers laconically; -ailments from fear, fright, vexation (Clarke) -sleeplessness after midnight, with anxiety, restlessness and tossing about from arterial excitement; -sleeplessness from a nervous fear that he was not going to sleep, or from local irritation especially in the intestinal tract; -sleeplessness, eyes closed, caused by fear, fright, anxiety; anxious, vivid dreams; -sleeplessness of infants and of the aged (Lilienthal).Also effective as a Homeopathic medicine when befit with flu-like symptoms such as: "Acute sudden and violent invasion (of disease) with fever call for it...Sudden and great sinking of strength...First remedy in inflammations and inflammatory fevers...Burning in internal parts; tingling, coldness and numbness...Cold stage (of fevers) most marked; cold sweat and icy coldness of face; gooseflesh; coldness and heat alternate; evening chilliness soon after going to bed; cold waves pass through him; dry heat, red face; mental anguish, restlessness, etc.; sweat drenching parts lain on." (Boericke)

Coffea crudum - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: mental and physical excitability; -vivacity and excessive loquacity; vivacity and elevation of the imagination with acuteness of the intellectual faculties; -anxiety of heart and of conscience, with apprehensions; -sleeplessness from over-excitability of mind and body; -great anguish, cannot be composed, is not able to hold the pen, trembles; -excessive weeping and lamentations over trifles; -effects of sudden emotions, fear, fright, over-fatigue, long journeys (Clarke)It has also demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: sleeplessness from overexcitement of mind and body, all senses are more acute; -sleeplessness from joy or agreeable surprise; from long night-watching; from excessive use of coffee; -persistent insomnia of children without (discoverable) cause (Lilienthal) -"Indicated when the patient cannot get to sleep for simple cerebral activity, thoughts crowding in upon him and clinging to him in spite of all his efforts at detachment." (Hughes)

Cypripedium pubescens - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: insomnia from nervous exhaustion, especially where the system has been weakened by long sickness (as from chronic uterine or ovarian complaints); -children awake at night from sleep unnaturally bright and playful and evince no desire to go to sleep again (Lilienthal).

Hyoscyamus niger - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomology: -suitable to irritable and excitable persons, especially to pregnant and parturient women; -sleep too full of dreams from cerebral excitement or from feverishness, arising from jealousy, unhappy love, fright or during the course of febrile diseases or convulsions; -insomnia of children when they twitch in sleep, cry out and tremble and awaken frightened; child wakes up hungry from sleep (Lilienthal)

Zincum metallicum - Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (metal). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following sleep disordered symptomology: retarded sleep; disturbed sleep with frequent waking; -unrefreshing sleep with unpleasant dreams; -excessive coldness of the feet at night; -shocks in the body during sleep and frequent starting from sleep (Clarke).Also useful in certain Homeopathic potencies, for the following memory problems and mental symptomology:-cerebral depression; -weak memory; averse to work, to talk; -lethargic, stupid; -brain-fag; headaches of overtaxed school children (Boericke) -forgetfulness; forgets what has been accomplished during the day; -difficult conception; incoherent ideas; absence of ideas; -thoughtlessness and dulness of intellect; repeats all questions before answering them; -continued confusion and cloudiness in head (Clarke).



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