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Sleep 3 months

Sleep 3 months

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Rest and relax like never before with our three-month Sleep complex.
A combination of soothing, traditional botanicals with the rich Ayurvedic spice saffron extract affron®—all designed to help your body get the quality sleep and desired rest it needs. Wake up feeling refreshed.
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Ingredients

affron® Saffron Extract

affron® is a unique standardised Saffron extract that creates highly concentrated Saffron with long-lasting active stability. affron® is the world's first Saffron extract to be supported with peer-reviewed clinical evidence, demonstrating positive benefits to sleep quality and mood. affron® is the most widely published Saffron extract on the market today providing six studies to date, proving its effects for restorative sleep.

Saffron is an Indian Ayurvedic spice, known as 'red gold'. Saffron has been used for more than 3,500 years and extends across many cultures, continents, and civilisations. This succulent spice has been shown to bring about a naturally calming effect and can help promote restful sleep.

Montmorency Tart Cherry 10:1 Extract

Montmorency cherries also known as ‘Tart Cherry’ may help in improving sleep parameters such as the duration and quality of sleep. These cherries are naturally high in Melatonin, which is essential for regulating our sleep-wake cycle.

Tart Cherries also contain high levels of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory flavonoids, which may be beneficial for physically active people as they also help to boost endurance sport performance and help to restore your body.

Organic Passion flower

The naturally calming herb Passion flower has been used as a traditional herbal soother and sleep aid that may benefit the treatment of sleep disturbance. It was used by the Aztecs for its sleep-inducing properties.

Passion flower appears to boost the level of 'GABA' in your brain. This compound lowers brain activity, which may help you relax and sleep better.

Organic Lavender

Lavender has been shown to be an excellent natural remedy to treat insomnia and improve sleep quality. In Asian Traditional medicine, Lavender has long been used for its “cooling” effect and for helping the mind by cooling the heart. It has been commonly used as an ancient remedy to induce relaxation and promote a good night's sleep.

Organic Chamomile

Chamomile has been a very popular herb since ancient times, native to Europe and Asia, it has been highly valued by the Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks for its medicinal properties. Nowadays, Chamomile is mostly known for its benefit as a sleep aid, as it is revered for its calming and soothing properties.

How Does Our Unique Complex Help You Wake Up Feeling Refreshed & Revitalised?

Naturally Prepares your Body for Sleep

Dreaming of drifting gently into a deep and restful sleep? The potent botanicals such as our superior saffron extract known as affron® is revered for bringing a calming and relaxing effect. Combined with Passion flower, which will help you relax and sleep better. by boosting the level of the hormone GABA in your brain. So, there are no more nights staring at the ceiling or counting sheep - you’ll fall just a peaceful night of good quality sleep.

Earths Secret Sleep Capsules Quality Sleep

Promotes Quality Sleep

When you’re feeling restless or are drifting in and out of dream-land, your body can’t get the deep sleep it needs to fully restore and rejuvenate. The nutrients in our Sleep Complex such as Tart Cherry contain natural Tryptophan and Melatonin, helping to improve the duration and quality of your shut-eye so that you wake up feeling vibrant.

Earths Secret Sleep Capsules Repairs Body

Repairs & Heals your Body

Even when you drift off, your body continues working hard to keep you healthy. Rich antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients in our Sleep Complex can give your body the extra support it needs to restore whilst you sleep. Even after the busiest of days, you can wake up feeling fighting fit and fully energised.

“The first night I took sleep, I slept for nine and a half hours without waking – pretty amazing. It’s not just longer sleep but deeper, more restorative and more restful. So you wake feeling truly refreshed.”

Discover the Science behind our Complexes

affron®

  1. Effects of saffron on sleep quality in healthy adults with self-reported poor sleep: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Journal of clinical sleep medicine : JCSM : official publication of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 16(6), 937–947.Lopresti, A. L., Smith, S. J., Metse, A. P., & Drummond, P. D. (2020).
  2. affron® a novel saffron extract (Crocus sativus L.) improves mood in healthy adults over 4 weeks in a double-blind, parallel, randomised, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Complement Ther Med. 2017 Aug;33:58-64 Kell G, et al. 
  3. Epidemiology of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)-A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Study. Journal of clinical and diagnostic research : JCDR, 8(2), 106–109. A, D. M., K, S., A, D., & Sattar, K. (2014).
  4. Psychological and neuroendocrinological effects of odor of saffron (Crocus sativus). Phytomedicine : international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology, 18(8-9), 726–730. Fukui, H., Toyoshima, K., & Komaki, R. (2011).
  5. Saffron and crocin improved appetite, dietary intakes and body composition in patients with coronary artery disease. Journal of cardiovascular and thoracic research, 9(4), 200–208. Abedimanesh, N., Bathaie, S. Z., Abedimanesh, S., Motlagh, B., Separham, A., & Ostadrahimi, A. (2017).
  6. Efficacy of curcumin, and a saffron/curcumin combination for the treatment of major depression: A randomised, double-blind, placebo- controlled study. J Affect Disord. 2017 Jan 1;207:188-196. Lopresti AL, et al.
  7. affron®, a standardised extract from saffron (Crocus sativus L.) for the treatment of youth anxiety and depressive symptoms: A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. J Affect Disord. 2018 May;232:349-357. Lopresti AL, et al.
  8. Sleep enhancement by saffron extract in randomised control trial, Japanese Pharmacology and Therapeutics. Japanese Pharmacology and Therapeutics. 2018 (8); 46:1407-1415. Nishide, A, et al.
  9. New clinical evidence of affron® efficacy as an adjunct treatment for unremitted depression. J Psychopharmacol. 2019. Nov;33(11):1415-1427. Lopresti AL, et al.
  10. Effects of saffron extract and its constituent crocin on learning behaviour and long-term potentiation. Phytotherapy research : PTR, 14(3), 149–152. Abe, K., & Saito, H. (2000).
  11. Nutritional and health beneficial properties of saffron (Crocus sativus L): a comprehensive review. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 1–24. Advance online publication. Abu-Izneid, T., Rauf, A., Khalil, A. A., Olatunde, A., Khalid, A., Alhumaydhi, F. A., Aljohani, A., Sahab Uddin, M., Heydari, M., Khayrullin, M., Shariati, M. A., Aremu, A. O., Alafnan, A., & Rengasamy, K. (2020). 
  12. Smooth muscle relaxant activity of Crocus sativus (saffron) and its constituents: possible mechanisms. Avicenna journal of phytomedicine, 5(5), 365–375.Mokhtari-Zaer, A., Khazdair, M. R., & Boskabady, M. H. (2015). 
  13. Therapeutic effects of saffron (Crocus sativus L.) in digestive disorders: a review. Iranian journal of basic medical sciences, 19(5), 455–469. Khorasany, A. R., & Hosseinzadeh, H. (2016).
  14. Immunoregulatory and anti-inflammatory properties of Crocus sativus (Saffron) and its main active constituents: A review. Iranian journal of basic medical sciences, 22(4), 334–344. Zeinali, M., Zirak, M. R., Rezaee, S. A., Karimi, G., & Hosseinzadeh, H. (2019). 
  15. Phytotherapic use of the Crocus sativus L. (Saffron) and its potential applications: A brief overview. Phytotherapy research : PTR, 32(12), 2364–2375. Leone, S., Recinella, L., Chiavaroli, A., Orlando, G., Ferrante, C., Leporini, L., Brunetti, L., & Menghini, L. (2018).

Tart Cherry

  1. Pilot Study of the Tart Cherry Juice for the Treatment of Insomnia and Investigation of Mechanisms. American journal of therapeutics, 25(2), e194–e201. Losso, J. N., Finley, J. W., Karki, N., Liu, A. G., Prudente, A., Tipton, R., Yu, Y., & Greenway, F. L. (2018).
  2. A Review of the Health Benefits of Cherries. Nutrients, 10(3), 368. Kelley, D. S., Adkins, Y., & Laugero, K. D. (2018). 
  3.  Effect of tart cherry juice (Prunus cerasus) on melatonin levels and enhanced sleep quality. European journal of nutrition, 51(8), 909–916. Howatson, G., Bell, P. G., Tallent, J., Middleton, B., McHugh, M. P., & Ellis, J. (2012)
  4. Updates on Nutraceutical Sleep Therapeutics and Investigational Research. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2015, 105256. Yurcheshen, M., Seehuus, M., & Pigeon, W. (2015).
  5. Effects of a tart cherry juice beverage on the sleep of older adults with insomnia: a pilot study. Journal of medicinal food, 13(3), 579–583. Pigeon, W. R., Carr, M., Gorman, C., & Perlis, M. L. (2010).
  6. Tart Cherries and health: Current knowledge and need for a better understanding of the fate of phytochemicals in the human gastrointestinal tract. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, 59(4), 626–638. Alba C, M. A., Daya, M., & Franck, C. (2019). 
  7. Phytochemical uptake following human consumption of Montmorency tart cherry (L. Prunus cerasus) and influence of phenolic acids on vascular smooth muscle cells in vitro. European journal of nutrition, 55(4), 1695–1705. Keane, K. M., Bell, P. G., Lodge, J. K., Constantinou, C. L., Jenkinson, S. E., Bass, R., & Howatson, G. (2016).
  8. Influence of tart cherry juice on indices of recovery following marathon running. Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports, 20(6), 843–852. Howatson, G., McHugh, M. P., Hill, J. A., Brouner, J., Jewell, A. P., van Someren, K. A., Shave, R. E., & Howatson, S. A. (2010).
  9. Effects of powdered Montmorency tart cherry supplementation on acute endurance exercise performance in aerobically trained individuals. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 13, 22. Levers, K., Dalton, R., Galvan, E., O'Connor, A., Goodenough, C., Simbo, S., Mertens-Talcott, S. U., Rasmussen, C., Greenwood, M., Riechman, S., Crouse, S., & Kreider, R. B. (2016).
  10. Efficacy of Tart Cherry Juice to Reduce Inflammation Biomarkers among Women with Inflammatory Osteoarthritis (OA). Journal of Food Studies. 1. 10.5296/jfs.v1i1.1927. Kuehl, Kerry & Elliot, Diane & Sleigh, Adriana & Smith, Jennifer. (2012).
  11. Tart cherry juice decreases oxidative stress in healthy older men and women. The Journal of nutrition, 139(10), 1896–1900. Traustadóttir, T., Davies, S. S., Stock, A. A., Su, Y., Heward, C. B., Roberts, L. J., 2nd, & Harman, S. M. (2009). 

Passionflower

  1. Medicinal plants for insomnia: a review of their pharmacology, efficacy and tolerability. Journal of psychopharmacology (Oxford, England), 19(4), 414–421. Wheatley D. (2005). 
  2. Role Identification of Passiflora Incarnata Linnaeus: A Mini Review. Journal of menopausal medicine, 23(3), 156–159. Kim, M., Lim, H. S., Lee, H. H., & Kim, T. H. (2017).
  3. A double-blind, placebo-controlled investigation of the effects of Passiflora incarnata (passionflower) herbal tea on subjective sleep quality. Phytotherapy research : PTR, 25(8), 1153–1159. Ngan, A., & Conduit, R. (2011)
  4. Passiflora incarnata L. (Passionflower) extracts elicit GABA currents in hippocampal neurons in vitro, and show anxiogenic and anticonvulsant effects in vivo, varying with extraction method. Phytomedicine : international journal of phytotherapy and phytopharmacology, 17(12), 940–949. Elsas, S. M., Rossi, D. J., Raber, J., White, G., Seeley, C. A., Gregory, W. L., Mohr, C., Pfankuch, T., & Soumyanath, A. (2010). 
  5. Passiflora incarnata L.)--a reliable herbal sedative]. Krenn L. (2002)
  6. Effects of Passiflora incarnata Linnaeus on polysomnographic sleep parameters in subjects with insomnia disorder: a double-blind randomized placebo-controlled study. International clinical psychopharmacology, 35(1), 29–35. Lee, J., Jung, H. Y., Lee, S. I., Choi, J. H., & Kim, S. G. (2020).
  7. Role Identification of Passiflora Incarnata Linnaeus: A Mini Review. Journal of menopausal medicine, 23(3), 156–159. Kim, M., Lim, H. S., Lee, H. H., & Kim, T. H. (2017)

Lavender

  1. Lavender and the nervous system. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2013, 681304. Koulivand, P. H., Khaleghi Ghadiri, M., & Gorji, A. (2013). 
  2. Biological activities of lavender essential oil. Phytotherapy research : PTR, 16(4), 301–308. Cavanagh, H. M., & Wilkinson, J. M. (2002).
  3. Updates on Nutraceutical Sleep Therapeutics and Investigational Research. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2015, 105256. Yurcheshen, M., Seehuus, M., & Pigeon, W. (2015). 
  4. Efficacy and safety of herbal stimulants and sedatives in sleep disorders. Sleep medicine reviews, 4(3), 229–251. Gyllenhaal, C., Merritt, S. L., Peterson, S. D., Block, K. I., & Gochenour, T. (2000).
  5. Effect of Inhaled Lavender and Sleep Hygiene on Self-Reported Sleep Issues: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of alternative and complementary medicine (New York, N.Y.), 21(7), 430–438. Lillehei, A. S., Halcón, L. L., Savik, K., & Reis, R. (2015).
  6. Dietary supplements used in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. Lippincott's primary care practice, 3(3), 290–304. Cauffield, J. S., & Forbes, H. J. (1999). 
  7. Medicinal plants for insomnia: a review of their pharmacology, efficacy and tolerability. Journal of psychopharmacology (Oxford, England), 19(4), 414–421. Wheatley D. (2005).

Chamomile

  1. Updates on Nutraceutical Sleep Therapeutics and Investigational Research. Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2015, 105256. Yurcheshen, M., Seehuus, M., & Pigeon, W. (2015). 
  2. Efficacy and safety of herbal stimulants and sedatives in sleep disorders. Sleep medicine reviews, 4(3), 229–251. Gyllenhaal, C., Merritt, S. L., Peterson, S. D., Block, K. I., & Gochenour, T. (2000).
  3. Dietary supplements used in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. Lippincott's primary care practice, 3(3), 290–304. Cauffield, J. S., & Forbes, H. J. (1999). 
  4. Medicinal plants for insomnia: a review of their pharmacology, efficacy and tolerability. Journal of psychopharmacology (Oxford, England), 19(4), 414–421. Wheatley D. (2005).
  5. Effects of an intervention with drinking chamomile tea on sleep quality and depression in sleep disturbed postnatal women: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of advanced nursing, 72(2), 306–315. Chang, S. M., & Chen, C. H. (2016). 
  6. The effect of Greek herbal tea consumption on thyroid cancer: a case-control study. European journal of public health, 25(6), 1001–1005. Riza, E., Linos, A., Petralias, A., de Martinis, L., Duntas, L., & Linos, D. (2015).
  7. Effectiveness of chamomile tea on glycemic control and serum lipid profile in patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of endocrinological investigation, 38(2), 163–170. Rafraf, M., Zemestani, M., & Asghari-Jafarabadi, M. (2015).

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