Sublingual Melatonin Review
Sublingual Melatonin is labeled as a supplement designed to help consumers who travel to different time zones or who have difficulty sleeping. This product is manufactured by Nature’s Way.
According to the company, they are America’s leader in herbal medicine for over 40 years and sell brain supplements and vitamins blends for various health concerns. Nature’s Way is affiliated with Schwabe North America, Boericke & Tafel, Integrative Therapeutics Inc and Enzymatic Therapy.
While herbal supplements are their main products, the company also develops and sells ginkgo extracts, probiotics, essential fatty acids, liver support formulas and hyaluronic acid.
The company claims that Sublingual Melatonin is able to provide patients with a dose of Melatonin in the form of lozenges. The product is available via multiple retailers so the price may vary from one retailer to another. However, this supplement is considerably cheaper than many other similar products available at this moment.
Sublingual Melatonin Ingredients
Sublingual Melatonin contains: Melatonin, Magnesium Stearate and Sorbitol
According to the product description, “Sublingual dosing is the most rapid way to absorb certain nutrients. Nature’s Way physiologically dosed Melatonin is supported by the latest research as the preferred approach to Melatonin supplementation.” However, the company does not provide sufficient evidence to support these claims.
In fact, Melatonin is a substance naturally produced by the body (usually at nighttime while we are sleeping) and there are some scientists that believe an increased production of Melatonin will have a positive impact on the human body by promoting a peaceful and restful night sleep. These claims can’t be supported by scientific proofs as only a few concrete studies have been conducted and the effects of long term use for humans are still unknown.
Sublingual Melatonin, just like all others Nature’s Way products, is sold via either online or offline retailers. Regardless the source, this supplement is one of the cheapest products of its type available on the market, the retail price varying from $3,99 to $7,49 for a single bottle (100 lozenges). The manufacturer advises consumers to take only one tablet of Sublingual Melatonin per day, so a bottle of this product should be sufficient for about three months of treatment.
- This is one of the cheapest products of its type ($3,99 to $7,49 for a bottle).
- No prescription is required.
- The supplement is sold via online and offline retailers.
- No testimonials available.
- No free trial sample available.
- We were unable to find any scientific study to support the company’s claims.
- Very little to none information on the manufacturer’s website.
- The effects of Melatonin on long term use for humans are still unknown.
We do support companies that are developing natural alternatives to prescribed medications. Most individuals want to feel balanced, but many may not be fully aware of all the options they have for supplementation.
A natural alternative is, in many cases, recommended over prescribed medications as prescription drugs are usually associated with side effects that can cause further health and emotional problems.
With so many natural supplements available on the market, we believe consumers should seek a product with a strong researched background, that are backed by a number of positive testimonials and that are accompanied by a free trial sample. Choosing a product that contains a mineral such as lithium may be a good option for patients.
10yrs or More
|HCF Quality (4.8)||(4.8)|
|Mind Power RX (4.2)||(4.2)|
|Sublingual Melatonin (3.8)||(3.8)||N/A|
|Ginkgo Brain Alert (2.3)||(2.3)|
|Energy & Memory (2.2)||(2.2)|
|Ceretin IQ (2.2)||(2.2)||N/A||N/A|