E-Z Doze It
Ahhh, a good night’s sleep. That’s what we all crave.
Unfortunately, many of us find achieving that goal a little challenging -and taking drugs to help us sleep is just not something we want to do.
So, what to do then?
The solution comes in the form of an easy to swallow capsule – E-Z Doze It.
E-Z Doze It uses natural ingredients to support the production of seratonin – a natural chemical made by your body which produces feelings of well-being and happiness – this provides support for a safe and restful sleep, and to help you fall asleep quicker.‡
Features pharmaceutical-grade l-tryptophan, melatonin and lemon balm – along with other supporting ingredients. Much more potent than similar products on the market. (see Additional Information tab).
‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that the body requires to synthesize proteins and specialized molecules such as the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin appears to play significant roles in sleep, emotional moods, pain control, inflammation, intestinal peristalsis, and other body functions.
The terpenes, part of the pleasant smelling volatile oil from Lemon Balm, are thought to produce this herb’s relaxing and gas-relieving (carminative) effects.
L-Theanine is an amino acid found in tea that helps relieve stress.
Hops are high in bitter substances. The two primary bitter constituents are known as humulone and lupulone. These are thought to be responsible for the appetite-stimulating properties of hops. Hops also contain about 1–3% volatile oils. Hops have been shown to have mild sedative properties, although the mechanism is unclear.
Normally, the body secretes melatonin for several hours per night. Studies using melatonin for insomnia have reported good results. Many doctors suggest 1–3 mg of melatonin taken one to two hours bedtime. Adults with insomnia have been shown to have lower melatonin levels. Frequent travelers and shift workers are also likely to benefit from melatonin for the resynchronization of their sleep schedules.‡