VPK, Deep Rest, 60 tablets
UPC Code: 010415010280
- Stay asleep throughout the night - no side-effects
- Wake up recharged - no morning fog
- Targets occasional sleeplessness and waking up during the night
- Powerful pitta-balancing formulation with amla and indian valerian
- vata, pitta, kapha balancing (vpk)
To support sleeping through the night; helps in falling asleep more easily, and in returning to sleep when awakened
Take 1-2 tablets with warm water or milk, preferably 1-2 hours before bedtime.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|DEEP REST Blend||957 mg||*|
|cabbage rose (flower petal), amla (whole fruit without seeds), dwarf morning glory (whole plant), indian valerian (rhizome), jatamansi (rhizome), heart-leaf sida (root), arjuna (bark), marshmallow (flower), ashwagandha (root), shatavari (root), licorice (root), indian tinospora (stem's starch), pearl, mica, clove (flower bud), cardamom (fruit), cinnamon (bark), long pepper (fruit), ginger (rhizome), pepper (fruit).|
|*Daily Value Not Established.|
Other Ingredients: gum acacia, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, talcum.
Our mission at vpk (vata, pitta, kapha) is to serve your health needs with the best ayurvedic herbal products. Through powerful formulations and ancient lifestyle tips, our aim is to bring balance to your body and life. Our knowledge is based on the world's oldest holistic wellness system. It is sustainable, using whole plants, authentic ayurvedic ingredients, and meticulous manufacturing to craft ayurvedic formulations that deliver maximum effect for the mind, body and emotions.
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