The reference site for health professionals, Vidal defines melatonin as a natural hormone secreted by the pineal gland which is a small endocrine gland of the epithalamus in the brain. Melatonin secretion increases shortly after dark to signal your body when to go to bed for rest.
In addition to the production of melatonin by the brain, many foods that we consume on a daily basis also naturally contain this same molecule. Tomatoes , cherries, olives, barley, rice, nuts and grapes are very good examples.
The melatonin in Nighty was specifically designed by an independent laboratory certified by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Numerous tests are carried out by this independent laboratory in order to guarantee optimal and constant quality. The tests are not conducted on animals.
The concentration of melatonin contained in Nighty is 1mg/ml.
Lavender originally comes from the western Mediterranean basin. In the south of France we find them everywhere! In Provence, it was already used from the Middle Ages for perfume but also for its virtues on muscle relaxation.
Chamomile is a pleasantly fragrant plant. It is mainly used in cooking, herbal tea and cosmetics. In addition, in essential oil, it is used for sleep disorders.
Theanine is an amino acid naturally present in the tea we consume every day. It allows a reduction of mental and physical stress and also produces a relaxing effect.
Theanine should not be confused with "theine" which is commonly referred to as caffeine.