Sleepybare

33 reviews

Cherry and Vanilla gummies for your restful sleep. With Tart Cherry, Lemon Balm, L-theanine, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, and NZ Manuka Honey; we are a bedtime essential. 

Dietary Supplement - 60 Individually Wrapped Pastilles (Gummies) | 150g

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Sleepybare

33 reviews

Cherry and Vanilla gummies for your restful sleep. With Tart Cherry, Lemon Balm, L-theanine, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, and NZ Manuka Honey; we are a bedtime essential. 

Dietary Supplement - 60 Individually Wrapped Pastilles (Gummies) | 150g

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  • SleepyBare is a yummy cherry and vanilla treat to finish the day.
  • We’ve got your REST covered with Tart Cherry extract to help with deep and restful sleep, Lemon Balm and L-theanine which is an amino acid found in green tea, to support de-stressing after an active day, along with Magnesium and Vitamin B6 which contributes to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue and normal energy metabolism.
  • Add two SleepyBare gummies to your nightly routine, whether it’s your post-dinner dessert or a treat as you wind down for the night.
  • SleepyBare is designed to be taken at night 30-60mins before bed and can be taken on its own or with food, without the need for water. Not intended for the use of children under 12.
NZ Manuka Honey 450mg
NZ Manuka Honey 450mg
  • Rich in Methylglyoxal (MG/MGO) which restricts microbial growth and helps reduce inflammation, it is one of the most active medicinal honeys in the world. It also contains other enzymes and compounds that help make it antiviral, anti-microbial and supportive of our immune system.
  • It is also anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants and a prebiotic (promoting the growth of beneficial intestinal microorganisms). This makes it a great for immunity, digestive balance as well as promoting overall well being.
Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus) 360mg (equiv. to fresh 18g)
Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus) 360mg (equiv. to fresh 18g)
  • Tart cherry is a type of cherry that is naturally rich in melatonin which is the hormone that helps you fall asleep. Research suggests that consumption of a tart cherry juice concentrate increases melatonin which helps to improve sleep duration and quality.
  • Tart cherry juice may also increase tryptophan and reduce inflammation in the body.
Lemon Balm Extract 60mg (equiv. to fresh 600mg)
Lemon Balm Extract 60mg (equiv. to fresh 600mg)
  • Lemon Balm is a herb that has been found to enhance mood and cognition and also mitigate the effects of stress.
  • Lemon balm may also be used to help reduce symptoms of anxiety, such as nervousness and excitability.
L-theanine 100mg
L-theanine 100mg
  • L-theanine is an amino acid commonly found in green tea leaves and is known to promote relaxation without drowsiness. Research shows taking L-theanine may cause anti-stress effects via inhibition of the cortical neuron excitation.
  • It also appears to aid with depressive symptoms, anxiety and sleep disturbance in patients experiencing depression. It is indicated to have a significant impact on the general state of mental alertness.
Vitamin B6 1.24mg
Vitamin B6 1.24mg
  • Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that is widely used in many enzymatic processes in the human body. Humans can not inherently produce Vitamin B6 so it must be taken in through diet or supplementation.
  • Vitamin B6 is necessary for creating neurotransmitters that regulate emotions, including serotonin and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). These neurotransmitters govern feelings of relaxation and “feeling good”.
Magnesium 6mg
Magnesium 6mg
  • Magnesium is a mineral and research has found that supplementation is linked to an improvement in depressive symptoms. It is necessary for muscle relaxation, muscle recovery and supports energy metabolism.
  • Research suggests magnesium may play a role in many health conditions such as migraine headaches, metabolic syndrome and premenstrual symptoms.

Manuka Honey, Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus), Lemon Balm Extract, L-theanine, Magnesium (as Magnesium Sulfate), Vitamin B6, Fruit pectin, tapioca fibre, gelatine, natural flavour, natural colour, natural monk fruit sweetener, citric acid, purified water, potassium sorbate

Free from: gluten, dairy, egg, peanut, soy, artificial colours, artificial flavours & artificial sweeteners

    • SleepyBare is a yummy cherry and vanilla treat to finish the day.
    • We’ve got your REST covered with Tart Cherry extract to help with deep and restful sleep, Lemon Balm and L-theanine which is an amino acid found in green tea, to support de-stressing after an active day, along with Magnesium and Vitamin B6 which contributes to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue and normal energy metabolism.
    • Add two SleepyBare gummies to your nightly routine, whether it’s your post-dinner dessert or a treat as you wind down for the night.
    • SleepyBare is designed to be taken at night 30-60mins before bed and can be taken on its own or with food, without the need for water. Not intended for the use of children under 12.
  • NZ Manuka Honey 450mg
    NZ Manuka Honey 450mg
    • Rich in Methylglyoxal (MG/MGO) which restricts microbial growth and helps reduce inflammation, it is one of the most active medicinal honeys in the world. It also contains other enzymes and compounds that help make it antiviral, anti-microbial and supportive of our immune system.
    • It is also anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants and a prebiotic (promoting the growth of beneficial intestinal microorganisms). This makes it a great for immunity, digestive balance as well as promoting overall well being.
    Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus) 360mg (equiv. to fresh 18g)
    Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus) 360mg (equiv. to fresh 18g)
    • Tart cherry is a type of cherry that is naturally rich in melatonin which is the hormone that helps you fall asleep. Research suggests that consumption of a tart cherry juice concentrate increases melatonin which helps to improve sleep duration and quality.
    • Tart cherry juice may also increase tryptophan and reduce inflammation in the body.
    Lemon Balm Extract 60mg (equiv. to fresh 600mg)
    Lemon Balm Extract 60mg (equiv. to fresh 600mg)
    • Lemon Balm is a herb that has been found to enhance mood and cognition and also mitigate the effects of stress.
    • Lemon balm may also be used to help reduce symptoms of anxiety, such as nervousness and excitability.
    L-theanine 100mg
    L-theanine 100mg
    • L-theanine is an amino acid commonly found in green tea leaves and is known to promote relaxation without drowsiness. Research shows taking L-theanine may cause anti-stress effects via inhibition of the cortical neuron excitation.
    • It also appears to aid with depressive symptoms, anxiety and sleep disturbance in patients experiencing depression. It is indicated to have a significant impact on the general state of mental alertness.
    Vitamin B6 1.24mg
    Vitamin B6 1.24mg
    • Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that is widely used in many enzymatic processes in the human body. Humans can not inherently produce Vitamin B6 so it must be taken in through diet or supplementation.
    • Vitamin B6 is necessary for creating neurotransmitters that regulate emotions, including serotonin and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). These neurotransmitters govern feelings of relaxation and “feeling good”.
    Magnesium 6mg
    Magnesium 6mg
    • Magnesium is a mineral and research has found that supplementation is linked to an improvement in depressive symptoms. It is necessary for muscle relaxation, muscle recovery and supports energy metabolism.
    • Research suggests magnesium may play a role in many health conditions such as migraine headaches, metabolic syndrome and premenstrual symptoms.

    Manuka Honey, Tart Cherry Extract (Prunus Cerasus), Lemon Balm Extract, L-theanine, Magnesium (as Magnesium Sulfate), Vitamin B6, Fruit pectin, tapioca fibre, gelatine, natural flavour, natural colour, natural monk fruit sweetener, citric acid, purified water, potassium sorbate

    Free from: gluten, dairy, egg, peanut, soy, artificial colours, artificial flavours & artificial sweeteners

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LB
09/26/2020
Lynne B.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
Sleepybare

I am getting more rested sleep. The taste of the gummy bears is good. I recommend this product. Will be buying again.

BS
09/15/2020
Brett S.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
Great sleep aid

Definitely improved the length, quality and deepness of my sleep. And yawning before bed which hasn’t happened for years

AW
09/06/2020
Ashley W.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
A great product that works!

My wife and I had tried a few other options first and didn't know what to expect. We have been pleasantly surprised! A great product and would happily recommend to anyone that needs a hand to drift off.

A
09/06/2020
Anonymous
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
Love Sleepybare!

After struggling with sleep for years, I thought I’d give Sleepybare a try. I can’t say enough good things about them. I find myself getting tired within about half an hour of taking them and am waking up far less than usual. These are a gamechanger!

A
08/31/2020
Anonymous
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
Undecided

Started taking them a few weeks ago with a lot of hope, but I can't really say they help me sleep to be honest. They do taste. nice, though, and tart cherry can be really good for anyone with achy joints due to a number of conditions but nothing to report on that front either yet.

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    • SleepyBare is for the woman who needs help relaxing, the woman who works hard and plays hard, the woman who has a young baby keeping her up, or maybe just a loud housemate or snoring boyfriend (we’ve all been there). Whether it be through your jet lag or shift work, Sleepybares are here for you.
    • For those of you who want to wake up refreshed and energised, and like you actually got some good shut-eye in so you can take on the day as the best and most recovered version of yourself.
    • Not recommended for those taking anti-coagulant medication. Always read the label. Take only as directed. If taking prescription medication or if in doubt, please consult your Healthcare Professional.
  • SleepyBare is a natural product using food-based ingredients that supports the body’s own melatonin production which regulates the sleep-wake cycle. It does not contain any artificial melatonin hormone which is only available by prescription in Australia and New Zealand.

    SleepyBare is formulated to have a cumulative effect over several weeks, and individual experiences will be based on your own absorption rate and other factors impacting your body's production of hormones related to sleep such as melatonin and adenosine. Some people may experience an immediate effect whilst with others, it will take a few weeks to see the full effects.

    We recommend you combine Sleepybare with good sleep hygiene practices to really maximise your sleep quality and time in bed.

  • We recommend 2 gummies a day, with or without food.
    • Taken daily, up to 10 of our TummyBare gummies are safe as all the herbs, vitamins and minerals will be within the tolerable upper limits for persons over 14.
    • In the short term, there is unlikely to be any toxicity if you take more than the recommended dosage.
  • SleepyBare is best taken in the evening 30-60mins before bed.
  • We believe in using scientific evidence and studies to backup our product formulations. For those of you that like to dig into the research, here is a list of clinical trials and published papers on our ingredients.
    • Khan SU, Anjum SI, Rahman K, Ansari MJ, Khan WU, Kamal S, Khattak B, Muhammad A, Khan HU. (2018) Honey: Single food stuff comprises many drugs. Saudi J Biol Sci., 25 (2), pp. 320-325. Source
    • Watanabe K, Rahmasari R, Matsunaga A, Haruyama T, Kobayashi N. (2014). Anti-influenza viral effects of honey in vitro: potent high activity of manuka honey. Arch Med Res, 45 (5), pp. 359-65. Source
    • Charyasriwong, S., Haruyama, T., & Kobayashi, N. (2016). In vitro evaluation of the antiviral activity of methylglyoxal against influenza B virus infection. Drug discoveries & therapeutics, 10 (4), pp. 201-210. Source
    • Bogdanov, Stefan & Jurendic, Tomislav & Sieber, Robert & Gallmann, Peter. (2009) Honey for Nutrition and Health: A Review. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 27, pp. 677-89. Source
    • Conway P, Tran L, Stern R. The value-adding potential of prebiotic components of Australian honey. RIRDC publication 2010 no. 09/179. Source
    • Niaz K, Maqbool F, Bahadar H, Abdollahi M. (2017). Health Benefits of Manuka Honey as an Essential Constituent for Tissue Regeneration. Curr Drug Metab., 18(10), pp. 881-892. Source
    • Howatson G, Bell P, Tallent J. et al. (2012). Effect of tart cherry juice (Prunus cerasus) on melatonin levels and enhanced sleep quality. Eur J Nutr, 51, pp. 909–916 Source
    • Losso J, Finley J, Karki N, Liu A, Pan W, Prudente A, Tipton R, Yu Y, Greenway F. (2018) Pilot Study of Tart Cherry Juice for the Treatment of Insomnia and Investigation of Mechanisms. Am J Ther. 25 (2), pp. 194–e201 Source
    • St-Onge M, Mikic A, Pietrolungo C. (2016) Effects of Diet on Sleep Quality, Advances in Nutrition, 7 (5), pp. 938–949. Source
    • Dastmalchi K, dorman D, Oinenon P, Darwis Y, Laakso I, Hiltunen R. (2008) Chemical composition and in vitro antioxidative activity of a lemon balm (melissa officinalis L.) extract. LWT - Food Science and Technology. 41 (3), pp. 391-400. Source
    • Asadi A, Shidfar F, Safari M, Hosseini AF, Fallah Huseini H, Heidari I, Rejab A. (2019) Efficacy of Melissa officinalis L. (lemon balm) extract on glycemic control and cardiovascular risk factors in individuals with type 2 diabetes: A randomized, double-blind, clinical trial. Phytother Res. 33 (3), pp. 651-659. Source
    • Taavoni S, Ekbatani N, Haghani H. (2013) Velarian/ lemon balm use for sleep disorders during menopause. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. 19 (4), pp. 193-196. Source
    • Kennedy D, Little W, Scholey A. (2004). Attenuation of Laboratory-Induced Stress in Humans After Acute Administration of Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm). Psychosomatic Medicine, 66 (4), pp. 607-613 Source
    • Kennedy D, Scholey A, Tildesley N, Perry E, Wesnes K. (2002). Modulation of mood and cognitive performance following acute administration of Melissa officinalis (lemon balm). 72 (4), pp. 953-964. Source
    • Scholey A, Gibbs A, Neale C, Perry N, Ossoukhova A, Bilog V, Kras M, Scholz C, Sass M, Buchwald-Werner S. (2014). Anti-Stress Effects of Lemon Balm-Containing Foods. Nutrients, 6(11), pp. 4805-4821. Source
    • Kimura K, Ozeki M, Juneja L, Ohira H. (2007). L-Theanine reduces psychological and physiological stress responses. Biological Psychology. 74 (1), pp. 39-45. Source
    • Hidese S, Ota M, Wakabayashi C, Noda T, Ozawa H, Okubo T, Kunugi H. (2017). Effects of chronic l-theanine administration in patients with major depressive disorder: An open-label study. Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 29(2), pp. 72-79. Source
    • Sarris J, Byrne G, Cribb L, Oliver G, Murphy J, Macdonald P, Nazareth S, Karamacoska D, Galea S, Short A, Ee C, Birling Y, Menon R, Ng C. (2019). L-theanine in the adjunctive treatment of generalized anxiety disorder: A double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 110, pp. 31-37. Source
    • Mason R. (2001). L-Theanine Boosts Alpha Waves, Promotes Alert Relaxation. Alternative & Complementary Therapies. 4, pp. 91-95. Source
    • Nobre AC, Rao A, Owen GN. (2008). L-theanine, a natural constituent in tea, and its effect on mental state. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 17 (1), pp. 167-168. Source
    • Hellman H, Mooney S. (2010). Vitamin B6: A molecule for human health? Molecules. 15 (1), pp. 442-459. Source
    • Parra M, Stahl S, Hellman H. (2018). Vitamin B6 and its role in cell metabolism and physiology. Cells. 7 (7), pp. 84. Source
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    • Stover P, Field M. (2015). Vitamin B6. Adv Nutr. 6 (1), pp. 132-133. Source
    • Tarleton E, Littenberg B. (2015) Magnesium intake and depression in adults. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 28 (2), pp. 249-256. Source
    • Yary T, Lehto S, Tolmunen T, Tuomainen T, Kauhanen J, Voutilainen S, Ruusunen A. (2015). Dietary magnesium intake and the incidence of depression: A 20-year follow-up study. J Affect Disord. 15, pp. 193-198. Source
    • Rajizadeh A, Dehghani A. Effect of magnesium supplementation on depression status in depressed patients with magnesium deficiency: A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Nutrition, 35, pp. 56-60. Source
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