Jet lag
Jet lag

Jet lag

Regular price $ 13.99

: I Love to travel!!!  Only problem is, I usually have my face planted in the dirt after crossing the pond and can't seem to get my groove back for a few days.  While all my buddies are out partying and having fun, I am in bed trying to recover and figure out what the heck day it is!  Then, I discovered Jet Lag!  One shot of this stuff knocked me right out and I was able to wake up with the normal folks at breakfast time again.  Do yourself a big, fat favor - if you travel, get yourself a bottle of this and sleep like normal folks again so you don't wind up missing your meetings, feeling like crud or missing out on the awesome adventures you've planned for yourself!  Hot diggity dog!*

A dietary supplement to support normal sleep.* Melatonin (the main ingredient in Jet Lag) is a natural biorhythm regulating metabolite that is secreted by the brains pineal gland and has beneficial effects on sleep and jet lag.*

Jet Lag can interfere with the body’s natural circadian rhythm. Melatonin supports quality sleep and balanced circadian rhythms in people with disrupted circadian rhythms (such as those suffering from jet lag or poor vision and those with low melatonin levels (such as some elderly).*

Recommended for:
  • Sleep support*
  • Antioxidant and Immune system support*
  • Balanced circadian rhythms important for recovery from
  • jet-lag and rotating shift work*
  • Mood Balance*
Melatonin is the principle hormone produced and secreted by the brain’s pineal gland and is responsible for maintaining circadian rhythm (the body’s biological clock), regulating the endocrine (hormone) system and supporting the immune system.The level of melatonin produced by the body is heavily influenced by sunlight. At night, the secretion of melatonin is much higher than during the day. When this process is interrupted, certain symptoms can occur such as disruptions in the sleep/wake cycle, headaches, mental and physical fatigue and irritability.

This product should not be taken by adolescents, pregnant or lactating women, persons taking cortisone, or persons with kidney disease.