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SleepZZZ II

60 Capsules


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Grandhealth ® Sleep ZZZ II combines the most effective ancient traditional Chinese herbal prescription: Suan-Zao-Ren-Tan, together with Western Herbal Medicines to support healthy sleep patterns: fall asleep naturally; remain asleep soundly and wake up feeling refresh not groggy.  The natural relaxant derived from each plant extracts gently calms the nervous system and enables a restful sleep.



  • 100% Natural Sleep Remedy

  • Fall asleep easily and naturally

  • Promote mental relaxation; relieve restlessness and nervousness

  • Wake up refresh not groggy

  • Will not wake up with bitter taste and dry mouth

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Zao (Ziziphus Jujuba)

Ziziphus Jujube has been employed for thousands of years in traditional Chinese medicine as a sedative, an anxiety reliever, and a sleep aid. Both the fruit and the seeds are rich in vitamin c and E, flavonoids- saponins, polysaccharide and triterpenic acid. Z. jujube has sedative quality that helps induce sleep by lending soothing effect on the entire nervous system.

 

Fu Ling (Wolfiporia extensa)

Fu Ling is a fungus and source of a triterpenoid compound- pachymic acid. In traditional Chinese medicine, poria mushroom filaments have been used for loss of memory (amnesia), anxiety, restlessness, fatigue, tension, nervousness, dizziness, urination problems, fluid retention, and insomnia.

 

Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa)

Rehmannia is commonly found in herbal combinations used in traditional Chinese medicine. Rehmannia has a very high nutritional value and is used to nourish Yin and invigorate the kidney. The raw Rehmannia contains bitter energy used for antipyretic, clearing heat and cooling the blood. Symptoms of a body with heart fire include insomnia, irritability, low grade fevers, mouth and tongue sores, and malar rashes.

 

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)

Passionflower is traditionally used in TCM to help relieve restlessness, nervousness (calmative) and as a sleep aid during times of mental stress. It is still used today to treat anxiety and insomnia. Passionflower works by increasing levels of a chemical called gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA lowers the activity of some brain cells which produces relaxing effect on the nerve system.

 

Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus)

Astragalus membranaceus (Huangqi), as one of the most important Qi tonifying adaptogenic herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. It has diuretic ability and tendency to reduce inflammation and water retention. In today’s modern study, Huangqi have shown the ability to strengthen the heart’s contraction from heart failure. It also lowers blood pressure, protects the liver and treats nephritis.

 

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Licorice is used in Chinese medicine as a balanced mediator in herbal blends. In TCM terms, it helps in neutralizes strong medicines, detoxify, relief spasm, and sooth cough and phlegm. It can also be used as an adjuvant treatment for chronic pharyngitis. It is often used as an adjuvant in prescriptions.

 

He Shou Wu (Fo-Ti) (Reynoutria multiflora)

He Shou Wu or Fo-Ti is one of the most popular perennial Chinese traditional medicines in China and East Asia. It is widely marketed today as a general anti-aging herb. It is used to reduce cholesterol , prevent heart disease , prevent age-related loss of mental function and to improve sleep disorder.

 

Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)

Reishi possesses immune modulating effects and has antitumor activity. It also reduces stress and helps better sleeping cycle.

 

L-Tryptophan

L-tryptophan is an essential amino acid that helps the body to produce proteins and certain brain-signaling chemicals. The most significant chemical and neurotransmitter in the human body called serotonin. Serotonin helps regulate mood, memory, and promote deep sleep.

Medicinal Ingredients:

Zao ( Ziziphus Jujuba) (10:1)……………………..……100 mg

Fu Ling (Wolfiporia extensa) (10 :1)………………...….20 mg

Rehmannia (Rehmannia glutinosa) (10 :1)………...….50 mg

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) (10:1)…………...25 mg

Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) (8:1)………12.5 mg

Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) (10:1)……………….....…10 mg

He Shou Wu (Reynoutria multiflora) (10:1)……………10 mg

Reishi (Ganoderma ludicum) (10:1)……………………..8 mg

L-Tryptophan……………………………………………...30 mg

 

Non-Medicinal Ingredients:

Cellulose, Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate, Water

Recommended Dose:

Adult: Take 1 capsule once a day, 30 to 60 minutes before bedtime. To avoid digestive upset, take with food/meal.

 

Cautions and Warnings:

Consult a health care practitioner if sleeplessness persists for more than 4 weeks (chronic insomnia). Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen. Avoid taking with alcohol or products that increase drowsiness. If you have liver disorder, consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use. If yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, dark urine, nausea, vomiting, unusual tiredness, weakness, stomach or abdominal pain, and /or loss of appetite occurs, discontinue use and consult a health care practitioner, as these may be symptoms of liver disease. Do not use if you are pregnant or during lactation. Do not use 2 weeks prior to surgery.

 

Contra-Indications:

Do not use this product if you have hypokalemia, high blood pressure, or a kidney or cardiovascular disorder. Do not use this product if you are taking thiazide diuretics, cardiac glycosides, corticosteroids, stimulant laxatives or other medications which may aggravate electrolyte imbalance.

 

Known Adverse Reactions:

Stop use if hypersensitivity/allergy occurs. Some people may experience drowsiness. Exercise caution if operating heavy machinery, driving a motor vehicle or involved in activities requiring mental alertness. Diuretic effect may occur.

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