Rejuvica Nocturest Review
Millions of people are affected by insomnia and struggle to find a natural solution to this problem. There are many factors and underlying issues that cause insomnia and many natural products fail to target the cause and only focus on providing short-term relief. Today we are taking a closer look at one of these natural products called Nocturest from Rejuvica. Nocurest is a liquid formula made from sleep enhancing nutrients and herbs and claims to rapidly combat sleep-related disorders rapidly by reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.
In this review of Nocturest from Rejuvica we look at the ingredients, facts and guarantee to see if this really is the most effective sleep enhancing product.
- Magnesium citrate – 20mg
- Theanine – 50mg
- Melatonin – 3mg
Proprietary blend – 1.23ml
- Lemon balm
Magnesium and Theanine both decrease a hormone called cortisol which is a stress hormone and promotes relaxation. Melatonin is a common hormone used to aid sleep by resetting your internal clock by regulating your sleep cycle. Valerian, Passionflower, Lemon balm, Hops, and Chamomile are all nutrient-rich herbs that assist with reducing anxiety and have sedative properties.
The recommended daily dosage is ¼ of a teaspoon (1.23 ml) which is approximately one full dropper, 30 minutes before bed. Based on research, the standard dosage of melatonin should be 6 mg for optimal results. Nocturest suggests a lower melatonin content which may not be effective enough as a sedative or for regulating sleep.
A single bottle which is equivalent to a 48 day supply retails for $44.00 online. There are bulk options available at a reduced price. The value bundle which consists of 2 bottles costs $60.00 and the super pack consists of 3 bottles is priced at $86.00. Nocturest offers a discount of $10.00 per bottle for this month, however, there is no clear indication of what date the promotion ends. It also states that there is a limited supply available.
Possible Side Effects
While there are no side effects recorded by the manufacturer, we did a little research and found that the mixture of Melatonin and Theanine may cause adverse side effects depending on the individual. These include loss of appetite, dizziness, low blood pressure, difficulty concentrating and diarrhea.
Nocurest offers a 60-day money back guarantee on all bottles including those that have been opened. While that sounds like a risk-free buy, the suggested time frame before seeing optimum results is 30 days which actually only leaves you 30 days after trying the product to request a refund.
Nocturest Review – The Bottom Line
Nocurest may potentially be a good purchase based on the bulk pricing and guarantee albeit a shorter time frame, however, consumers should still look at the formula and dosage itself before deciding to purchase this product. The mixture is a generic formula used in many products and has no groundbreaking ingredients that prove to target the underlying causes of migraines. The official website has no information on how the product actually works as the links to this information does not work. Consumers would have to conduct their own research to find out this important information. The low dosage of melatonin delivered daily should also be a concern as that may cause the product to be ineffective. There are no testimonials on the website and when we did some research we found a variety of complaints from consumers complaining about the product having the reverse effect and keeping them wide awake. Nocurest claims that the liquid tastes great however the majority of the reviews mentioned that the taste was awful. Without clinical proof about the formula and rapid absorption, this product does not live up to its claims by backing them up. It is in the consumers best interest to look at alternative options that have clinically proven results.