Restful sleep

Valerian extract

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Many of us have problems sleeping every now and again. Sleep disturbances can be caused by a wide variety of factors but mild anxiety is a common cause.

Not getting a good nights sleep may lead to irritability and lack of concentration and have a negative impact on our daily lives.

Kira Restful sleep is a traditional herbal remedy used for the temporary relief of sleep disturbances due to symptoms of mild anxiety.

Kira Restful sleep contains valerian, a herb that grows in North America and Europe, and has small pink flowers (these flowers were used as a perfume in the 16th century).

Valerian has traditionally been used to treat occasional sleep disturbances and mild anxiety for thousands of years; ­ the ancient Greeks and Romans swore by it.

To get the best out of a valerian product, it needs to have been made from the highest quality plants. The ones we select for Kira Restful sleep are cultivated in the optimum conditions and have to meet our strict growing criteria. This high degree of care ensures the berries of the plants are harvested at their absolute peak of ripeness and produce the highest yield of active ingredient.

After gently drying the fruit to preserve this active ingredient, we use state of the art processing methods to extract, purify and measure it. This means you can be confident you will get exactly the same dose every time.

Each Kira Restful sleep tablet contains 300mg of extract ( as dry extract ) from Valerian root (valeriana officinalis L.) (3-6:1) (equivalent to 900 - 1800 mg of valerian root).

Take 1-2 tablets half an hour before bedtime. If necessary, you can take an additional dose earlier in the evening. You should swallow the tablets whole with water or other liquid, and do not chew.

Warning do not exceed the stated dose. Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients, pregnant or breastfeeding, under 18 years of age or already taking a medicine for sleep or anxiety.  If symptoms worsen or do not  improve after 4 weeks a doctor or qualified healthcare practitioner should be consulted.

Always read the label. For more information consult the Patient Information Leaflet.

Patient Infomation Leaflet