Herbs in DreamOn Zen

Passionflower Herb

The Cherokee tribe used passionflower herb in poultices to aid weaning babies, and as a blood tonic. Today, evidence suggests it has potential to promote well-being, relaxation, and sleep. Scientifically it contains alkaloids, flavonoids, fatty acids, chrysin, and more.

Valerian Root

Sold as an over-the-counter sleep aid in Europe, independent research indicates it may help promote restful sleep. Used in ancient Greek and Roman times for the same purpose, it’s a perennial that was used in WWII to promote calm during air raids.

Lemon Balm

This calming herb comes from the Austrian folk tradition of medicine. Part of the mint family, the restful eugenol in the leaves are particularly good for addressing the effects of long-term stress.

Lupulin (hops)

The flowers of hops contain copious amounts of the active constituent lupulin, a soothing relaxant that acts as a nervine. If you’ve ever felt a little sleepy after drinking a beer, that’s because of the hops’ lupulin! Bitters, used to help stimulate the digestive system before eating, often use hops, and some recommend drinking hops tea before meals for the same purpose.

Additional Herbs

Black Cohosh, German Chamomile Flower.


Product Description

RidgeCrest Herbals’ natural, gentle DreamOn Zen formula is a clever take on sleep management, working to help the body safely manage a good night's rest followed by a cheerful morning.

Our industry-unique approach combines safe and natural botanical formulas that tap into the body’s genuine ability to self-calm and relax for effective shut-eye, without unwanted effects.

Unlike many natural sleep aids, DreamOn Zen doesn't contain melatonin, instead using herbs that promote relaxation and deep sleep so natural hormone production remains uninterrupted. This non-habit-forming herbal formula is designed to not only promote sleep but also encourage a good mood in the morning.

Some people report vivid dreams the first few nights of taking this product, which may be attributed to the valerian root. Whether you enjoy the bright, memorable dreams or would rather pass on them, the effect fades after a few days of use as your body adjusts.


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