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Introducing DEEP SLEEP GUMMIES, the perfect solution for a good night's rest.


  • Natural ingredients promote deep, restful sleep
  • Passion fruit flavor for a delightful taste
  • Convenient and easy-to-use gummies
  • Manufactured in the USA with quality ingredients

Sleep is vital for optimal body and mind functionality. Falling asleep and achieving REM sleep can be challenging in today's fast-paced world. Our DEEP SLEEP GUMMIES are formulated with passiflora extract and melatonin to promote deep, restful sleep, helping you wake up refreshed and revitalized. With a delicious passion fruit flavor, these gummies are a convenient and tasty way to support a good night's rest. Each bottle contains 60 gummies, providing a 30-day supply. Experience the benefits of deep sleep with DEEP SLEEP GUMMIES.

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  • Melatonin and Weight

    Melatonin seems to be a glucose-metabolic safe sleep aid in patients with metabolic diseases and healthy adults. It may even have beneficial glucose-metabolic effects.

  • Passiflora as Antioxidant

    A review concluded extracts and flavonoids (mainly quercetin, apigenin, and vitexin) from Passiflora could be a valuable source of anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative medications for the prevention and treatment of many diseases which occur with complex inflammatory processes.

  • Passiflora and Insomnia

    A study showed that sleep efficiency and wake after sleep onset (WASO) significantly improved after taking passionflower extract for two weeks.

  • Melatonin for Sleep

    Melatonin intervention in subjects with Respiratory diseases, Metabolic disorders, and sleep disorders significantly affects sleep quality.

  • Pyridoxine and Dreaming

    Data for dream salience suggests that Vitamin B-6 may act by increasing cortical arousal during periods of rapid eve movement (REM) sleep. A hypothesis is presented involving the role of B-6 in the conversion of tryptophan to serotonin.

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