- CherryActive capsules are made from 100% natural tart Montmorency cherries.
- Freeze-dried to protect their concentrated antioxidants and fine milled to maximise absorption.
- 100% Vegan and Vegetarian with no fillers or anti-caking agents.
- Under 2 calories per capsule and very low in carbohydrates.
Restorative sleep is essential to living a full and active life.
Montmorency cherry powder combined with lavender and chamomile powders plus magnesium, to create CherryActive Sleep Formula capsules.
Research studies show how the ingredients in our formula can aid sleep and relaxation. Take two capsules, half an hour before bed, with a sip of water.
Montmorency cherries are one of the few known food sources of melatonin. Melatonin, which is a natural compound produced in the brain’s pineal gland, controls the body’s natural sleep cycles and circadian rhythms.
Studies have shown that many insomniacs have low levels of circulating melatonin, which may be a cause, or contributor, to their sleep problems.
A study from Northumbria University showed that participants taking Montmorency cherry (as a juice) had significant improvements in the quantity and quality of their sleep.
A systematic review by the journal of menopausal medication looked at the effectiveness of lavender (in powder and aromatherapy forms) on menopausal and elderly women.
The results showed a significant improvement in quality of sleep and relaxation in the population studied.
A systematic review and meta-analysis from the Phytotherapy Research Center showed a significant improvement in sleep quality after chamomile administration.
The journal of research in medical sciences studied the efficacy of magnesium supplementation to improve insomnia in the elderly.
The conclusion was that supplementation of magnesium appears to improve subjective measures of insomnia such as ISI score,
sleep efficiency, sleep time and sleep onset latency, early morning awakening, and likewise, insomnia objective measures
such as concentration of serum renin, melatonin, and serum cortisol in the population studied.