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Posted 12 September 2023

Kalms Night, 96mg, 50 Tablets - Traditional Herbal Medicinal Product Used For The Temporary Relief Of Sleep Disturbances

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This is about 40 percent off and has helped me sleep for weeks. I get up less. only take if you really need it x hope it help someone

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A traditional herbal remedy that is used to promote a refreshing, restful night's sleep- without causing drowsiness the next day.

Kalms Night contains valerian, traditionally used to relieve sleeplessness without causing drowsiness. Exclusively based on long-standing use as a traditional remedy.

  • For adults and the elderly. Not recommended for children or adolescents under 18 years old.
  • Always read the label.
  • Keep out of the sight and reach of children.

Dry extract from valerian root (valeriana officinalis L.) (equivalent to 384 - 480mg of Valerian root) Extraction solvent: Ethanol 60% v/v 96mg

Swallow 4 tablets 30-60 minutes before bedtime. If necessary, on subsequent evenings, swallow 4 additional tablets earlier during the evening. Do not use if cap seal is broken. Read the package leaflet before use.

Safety Warning
No recommended for anyone under 18 years old. Do not take if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. Do not take if you are taking any other medicine for sleep. Kalms Night is not recommended for use during pregnancy or when breast-feeding. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine. You must contact a doctor if symptoms worsen or do not improve after 4 weeks. Kalms Night is designed to make you feel sleepy. This could affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. Alcohol may increase the sedative effect. Excessive alcohol consumption should be avoided. Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

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  1. bobtastic's avatar
    Herbal remedies never worked for me either.

    Currently trying "Natrol Advanced Sleep Melatonin" from VitaminGo (not a plug - just that it's not strictly legal in the UK so isn't readily available hence why I mention the shop name). It's 2 layer slow release melatonin, first layer to get you off to sleep, 2nd layer to keep you asleep. (edited)
    ALYMAC76's avatar
    How are they working for you?
  2. Adaks_'s avatar
    useless junk, i took a whole box of 50 tablets at once and didnt feel sleepy, and the tablets smell like stinky feet (edited)
    40kGamerGeek's avatar
    i do or two at night and i go to sleep no worries (edited)
  3. dicey69's avatar
    In my experience, these things are useless. I took 40 of them one night and they were no help whatsoever. Better off taking an antihistamine that makes you drowsy. (edited)
    ttttd's avatar
    I don't know why people are so keen to try homeopathic/herbal/placebo nonsense for certain problems. Insomnia and IBS being the biggest offenders. Occasional insomnia is so easy to fix(antihistamine as you said) and there are ways to improve long term insomnia that actually work.
  4. sonarbuoy's avatar
    They work for me , only need two tables .
  5. vasya's avatar
    50/4 tablets reccomended dose - 12 day pack.
    40kGamerGeek's avatar
    i definitely dont take that much. like one or two a night
  6. AKG86's avatar
    £2.25 for me, worth ago at that price!
    40kGamerGeek's avatar
    exactly. normally a fiver and sleep. sleep is golden
  7. playtime1's avatar
    Herbal definitely doesn’t help with sleep 

    Herbal definitely doesn’t help with sleep  (edited)
    Kingydaman's avatar
    Clearly doesn't help with repetitive behaviour either !!
  8. TheCosmos's avatar
    Used to take these but a bit of cardio works just as well for me, if not better.
    40kGamerGeek's avatar
    sounds fun. keeps my brain overthinking at the moment at night
  9. Add_to_Basket's avatar
    Might just be placebo but willing to give them a try.
  10. Naruto's avatar
    This might help someone but if you're an afternoon napper. Power through until the evening and that's what's helping me sleep better. For some people like me naps are really bad! (edited)
  11. ttttd's avatar
    Valerian worked really well for one night and then never again even after months off it. No idea.
  12. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    Not surprised people can't sleep if they sit on their bumbum staring at hukd on a screen all day.
    The best way to improve sleep is to burn a few calories. It doesn't have to be much, even a 30 minute daily walk will help. Any exercise will stimulate the body to create melatonin.
    joco202's avatar
    Exercise doesn't work for me either for sleeping, but that's probably because I keep switching between day and night shifts all the time.
  13. blahblahblah1234's avatar
    Best thing for sleep problems is a £1 Nero triple shot special! (edited)
  14. 5thu5gu's avatar
    Great thing about these, you can make them stronger by diluting them in water. Don't forget to flush them down the toilet before throwing your money down the drain
    40kGamerGeek's avatar
    they help dont be like that
  15. Marisa_D's avatar
    PSA don't use these if you are on antidepressants or anti-anxiety med it can really mess you up
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