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soothing sleep tonic 

— Passionflower provides natural calming effects and is found to reduce anxiety and improve sleep.

— Chamomile flower is a mild herbal sedative that soothes the mood and boosts immunity.

— Magnesium is an essential electrolyte for our body to support proper muscle and nerve function.

— Carotenoids in gac fruit are powerful antioxidants with free radical quenching properties which can reduce the damaging effect of stress to our body. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Don't like the Taste

This helped me get relaxed enough to go to bed but I had to chug it because of the taste. I'd like to try other products this company offers but I'm hesitant.


Great exactly what I ordered!

Sweet Dreams

I bought this for my daughter when she was superstressed. I got her to make a ritual of preparing for bed instead of just dropping off to sleep. She doesn't always like hot drinks and this can was just the thing to make her feel at ease at bedtime and feel more refreshed in the morning.

Fav so far!

I tried three different Gac products and this is my favorite one so far. Never knew a healthy sleep aid could taste so good!

Night-time elixir!

I normally don't have an issue sleeping, but work has been stressful recently, so I decided to give Gac Sleep a try! I wasn't sure how close to going to bed I should drink this, so I just went by the 30 minutes before that most sleep products recommend. (maybe this should be specified on the can?) After 30 minutes I got into bed and within several minutes fell asleep. It really helped put my body at ease and fall into a deep sleep which I didn't wake up from until my alarm woke me up! I woke up feeling rested and ready for another day! Definitely recommend for anyone that needs a bit of extra plant help to go to sleep!

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