Need a good night’s sleep? Fusion Sleep contains passionflower, which is traditionally used to relieve sleeplessness and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep in Western herbal medicine. It also contains ziziphus, which is traditionally used for the same reasons in Chinese medicine.
Features and benefits
- With passionflower, traditionally used to reduce sleeplessness and the time taken to fall asleep in Western herbal medicine
- Passionflower is also traditionally taken to promote refreshing sleep, relieve symptoms of stress and mild anxiety, reduce irritability and excess nervous energy, and support muscle relaxation in Western herbal medicine
- Also contains ziziphus, which is used to induce sleep and calm the mind and spirit in traditional Chinese medicine
- Plus, Chinese herbs schisandra, polygala, albizia, biota and poria
How it works
Passionflower: traditionally used to relieve sleeplessness
Passionflower not only reduces sleeplessness and the time it takes to fall asleep according to its traditional use in Western herbal medicine, but also increases refreshing sleep, provides relief for symptoms of stress and mild anxiety, relieves irritability and restlessness and supports the nervous system and muscle relaxation.
Ziziphus traditionally calms the mind and spirit
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), sleep problems are often attributed to a disturbance in the flow of Shen, an energetic force that encompasses the mind and spirit.
Fusion Sleep is formulated according to the principles of TCM to address sleeplessness by incorporating the herb ziziphus, which is traditionally used in TCM to calm the Shen, settling the mind and spirit.
Ziziphus also relieves disturbed sleep and reduces the time it takes to fall asleep, according to traditional TCM use.
Plus, more Chinese herbs
Fusion Sleep also contains Chinese herbs schisandra, polygala, albizia, biota and poria.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist or if you are unsure if this medicine is right for you, talk to your health professional.