Besser und effektiver Schlafen mit Sleepmagiq

Sleep better and more effectively with

In S L E E P M A G I Q are many high quality and natural ingredients, first of all lavender, GABA, lemon balm and melatonin. These ingredients help you to calm your body and mind, they provide a certain inner peace and help you to organize your thoughts.

Abschalten und Gedanken sortieren

Switch off and sort thoughts

The premium ingredients lemon balm, lavender and valerian provide targeted relief. All substances actively help you to switch off and organize your thoughts. And this in a gentle way. Melissa, the well-known medicinal plant, has been used as a sedative for ages.

Perfekt Ein- und vor allem Durchschlafen

Perfect falling asleep and especially sleeping through the night

Sensitive sleep often leads to serious problems in the long term. However, we have made sure that with S L E E P M A G I Q you not only fall asleep well, but also sleep through like on cloud 7. We have added GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid), which actively helps you to slow down the organism, breathing and pulse, to bring you into the "sleep mode".

Optimaler Stoffwechsel und perfekte Vitalfunktionen

Optimal metabolism and perfect vital functions

We also ensure an optimally running metabolism with S L E E P M A G I Q, by adding B - vitamins, important trace elements such as zinc and iron and essential amino acids. These and many other ingredients ensure that all active ingredients can be perfectly absorbed by regulating the metabolism and increase the BIO availability enormously.

Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, calcium carbonate, Griffonia extract (5-HTP), magnesium oxide, valerian root extract, lemon balm leaf powder, L-tryptophan, gamma-aminobutyric acid, lavender powder, Green Tea Extract (Polyphenols, EGCG), Fat Powder, Glycine, Zinc Citrate, Hops Extract, Manganese Citrate, Ferrous Fumarate, Cholecalciferol, Copper Citrate, Riboflavin, Chromium Picolinate, Melatonin, Biotin, Sodium Selenite


RM (%): Reference intakes for the daily intake of an average adult according to Regulation (EU) 1169/2011
* No reference values available

Recommended intake: Take two tablets daily with sufficient liquid.

Notice: Do not exceed the specified recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced, varied diet and healthy lifestyle.

Content: 104.6 g (= 60 tablets)

Storage: Keep the product out of the reach of small children. Please store the product dry, protected from light and not above 25°C.

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S L E E P M A G I Q Ingredients


Melissa - The most famous medicinal plant

Lemon balm (lemon balm) has been valued since ancient times for its calming effect. The essential oil of lemon balm contains a complex mixture of healing ingredients. The main active ingredients are citral and citronellal. Other ingredients are tannins and flavonoids. The totality of these ingredients has a calming and sleep-inducing effect, accordingly lemon balm is very popular against sleep disorders and inner turmoil.


Magnesium - The multifunctional mineral

The mineral magnesium performs vital tasks in the human organism. Above all, magnesium is indispensable for the electrolyte balance - and thus also for a balanced relationship between tension and relaxation of the muscles. There are several medical studies on the effect of magnesium on sleep quality. These provide evidence that magnesium plays a key role in regulating sleep through its multiple functions for various neurotransmitters in our nervous system. This is due to the fact that magnesium inhibits the release of stress hormones, thus allowing us to switch off better.


Valerian - The root that has it in it

The valerian (Valeriana officinalis) grows up to 1.5 meters high and is native to Europe and Asia. The pharmaceutically used part of the plant is the root. In addition to the essential oil, the relevant ingredients also include valepotriates and lignans. The relaxing and sleep-promoting effect is based on an increased release and lower reuptake of the inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). Valerian root is used for restlessness and nervous sleep disorders.


Griffonia Extract - The African Magic Plant

Griffonia, also known as African black bean - originates from tropical Africa and is a climbing plant. Everyday stress, an unbalanced diet and lack of exercise can lead to a serotonin deficiency. The consequences are problems falling asleep and sleeping through the night, depressive moods and obesity. The amino acid 5-HTP is the direct precursor of serotonin. Since Griffonia contains a lot of 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan), it has been shown to activate the formation of this important neurotransmitter. For mood swings and depression, 5-HTP has also proven to be very helpful.


GABA - A calming neurotransmitter

GABA, the abbreviation for gamma-aminobutyric acid, is a so-called non-proteinogenic amino acid. GABA is formed from glutamate - both in the pancreas and in the brain. GABA can, for example, have positive effects on the formation of growth hormones (HGH = Human Growth Hormone). HGH are particularly important for athletes, as they are among the muscle-building hormones of the human body. Most important, however, is the calming effect of GABA as a neurotransmitter. Because it can have a relaxing and calming effect, GABA is one of the natural anti-stress remedies or the best natural remedies for mental relaxation.

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Green tea extract - the most famous calming tea

Green tea has been valued in Far Eastern naturopathy for over a thousand years as a beneficial drink and is considered there to be one of the healthiest foods of all. The main active ingredients in green tea are catechins. These are secondary plant substances with a high antioxidant effect. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a highly effective antioxidant, is particularly prominent in green tea, as it makes up around one third of green tea leaves. Green tea has an anti-inflammatory effect, can lower blood pressure and, according to some studies, protect against cardiovascular disease.


Tryptophan - Boost for your well-being

A rather unknown, essential amino acid, through whose intake the happiness hormone serotonin is triggered. This means for you that your well-being increases. It also helps to form enzymes that promote metabolism. Tryptophan cannot be produced independently by the body, and must therefore be taken in through food or various supplements.


Lavender - the delicately fragrant plant

The beneficial effects of lavender were already known in Greek and Roman antiquity. And even today, the delicately fragrant, purple-colored medicinal plant from the Mediterranean region is used in modern medicine. Inner restlessness, insomnia or anxiety are successfully treated with it. Taken in the right dosage, the oil of the special medicinal lavender improves the filtering function of the nervous system for external stimuli. Thus, the overloaded nerves can work normally again.


Hop extract - The soul of beer

The most important ingredients of the hop plant are the hop bitters (resin) and the essential hop oil. Also contained are polyphenols (tannins), mineral components, phytohormones, flavonoids and proteins. Preparations from hop cones can be used very well as natural sleeping pills and sedatives. The actual effectiveness of hop extract has already been confirmed by the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices in this context.


Manganese - The protection against oxidative stress

The vital trace element activates numerous enzymes in the body. Manganese influences the activity of various enzymes in the human body and is involved in metabolic processes such as the formation of connective tissue, carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism. Above all, it protects against free radicals and oxidative stress.


Iron - A powerful trace element

We need the trace element iron primarily for the vital transport of oxygen in the body. Iron is important for cell formation, but above all for "cell respiration. This means that the oxygen we take in through the lungs is bound with its help to the red blood pigment hemoglobin, distributed throughout the body via the blood and used in the cells for energy production. An iron deficiency can be manifested by paleness, fatigue and lack of drive.


Vitamin D - The sunshine vitamin

Vitamin D occupies a special position among the vitamins, since the body can produce it itself through sunlight on the skin (UVB rays). Strictly speaking, it is therefore not really a vitamin, but a hormone. Vitamin D can also be taken in through the diet, but an intake through food is usually not sufficient to prevent a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D helps with all complaints such as fatigue, loss of performance, muscle weakness, poor wound healing, dizziness and also headaches. In addition, vitamin D is extremely important for the development and strengthening of your bones. The danger of bone fractures decreases with a rising value in the blood. The danger of osteoporosis (bone loss) in old age is reduced.

Vitamin D

Copper - Essential for our biological system

Copper citrate is ideally suited for an effective mineral balance. A copper deficiency can affect cellular energy supply, oxygen utilization and cell metabolism (connective tissue). Copper contributes to the maintenance of normal connective tissue, to a normal energy metabolism, supports the nervous system and above all helps to protect the cells from oxidative stress and additionally strengthens the immune system.


Melatonin - The sleep hormone

The active ingredient melatonin is one of the hormones that control the day-night rhythm and is formed in the body from the nerve messenger serotonin. The hormone released can dock onto certain binding sites, such as the blood vessels in the brain and some cells of the immune system. In this way, darkness makes it clear to the body that it is now time to rest and that, for example, energy consumption must be reduced and blood pressure lowered. The hormone also lowers body temperature, boosts the immune system, and influences the release of sex hormones as well as learning and memory. During the day, the melatonin level is about 6x lower than at night.


Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - The Detoxification Vitamin

Riboflavin is also known as the B2 vitamin or lactoflavin. It occurs naturally as a yellowish plant pigment and can only be formed by plants and microorganisms. It is necessary for numerous metabolic processes. Without it, the body cannot use proteins, fats and carbohydrates to produce energy.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Chromium - An important building block in sugar metabolism

Chromium contributes to the better absorption of glucose in the body. A deficiency correspondingly lowers glucose tolerance. Chromium plays an important role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, especially in the absorption of sugar (glucose tolerance). Depending on this, chromium influences the metabolism of fats. In sufficient quantities, it helps to lower total cholesterol and "bad" LDL cholesterol and increase "good" HDL cholesterol. Further, chromium increases the uptake of amino acids into the muscles and improves the synthesis of proteins. Presumably, chromium is also involved in cell division; at least it is present in cell nuclei in considerable quantities.


Biotin - The beauty vitamin

Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin from the vitamin B complex. It is also called vitamin B7 or vitamin H. It has numerous tasks in the body - among other things, it promotes hair growth and has a positive effect on the skin. But also numerous metabolic processes and the nervous system are influenced by biotin.


Selenium - The protection against oxidative stress

Selenium is an essential trace element. It is involved in numerous functions. Among other things, it is contained in enzymes that are important for the thyroid gland. It also plays a major role in the immune system. It has a great effect on the protection of cells from oxidative stress. The trace element has an antioxidant effect. As a result, it can scavenge free radicals. Thus, it helps to protect our cells from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress damages cell membranes. Other antioxidant endogenous and supplied substances also reduce oxidative stress.


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