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Pure Encapsulations


2.5 to 3 mg, total per day, minimum three weeks


  • Increase in sleep quality was observed without adverse effects
  • During the withdrawal period of melatonin, carryover of the effect on sleep latency time was observed on the following night
  • Improvement in sleep onset latency, sleep-wake patterns, and delayed sleep phase syndrome
  • The lowest dosing of exogenous melatonin is recommended in order to mimic the natural physiological circadian rhythm of melatonin
Magnesium (Citrate)

Magnesium (Citrate)

Pure Encapsulations


320 mg, total per day of magnesium citrate, minimum 7 weeks


  • Improvement of PSQI score, which includes improvements in sleep quality, sleep onset latency, sleep duration, sleep disturbance, daytime dysfunction, and hypnotic drug scores
  • In addition to improving PSQI score, magnesium reduced early morning awakenings
Valerian Root Capsules

Valerian Root Capsules

Gaia Herbs


1060 mg, total per day, minimum 4 weeks


  • Improvement in sleep quality and overall effectiveness observed in clinical insomnia
  • Reduction in sleep latency was observed in a concentrated extract of a 5.3:1 ratio

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