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Help the Body and Mind Unwind

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for optimal health, but resting easy isn’t always a simple task. Experts suggest that anyone between the ages of 18 and 60 should sleep at least seven hours per night to support optimal health and well-being,1 but more than a third of adults do not get the recommended amount of sleep on a regular basis.2

Thankfully, creating healthy habits including good nutrition can help your patients prepare their minds and bodies for bedtime. Sleep support supplements from Standard Process and MediHerb® include:


E-Z Mg™

E-Z Mg is a plant-based, multiform organic magnesium (Mg) supplement developed to support patients with inadequate dietary magnesium intake.*

  • Essential for central nervous system health*
  • Helps to bridge the gap in dietary magnesium intake*
  • Plant-based and considered ideal as a naturally-occurring magnesium, as it consists of a collection of various magnesium forms (i.e., multiform)
  • Magnesium is involved in sleep pathways that support brain homeostatic sleep processes*
  • Vegetarian and USDA organic magnesium supplement
  • Excellent source of vitamin K1 and iron
  • Good source of magnesium

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Min-Tran is a vegetarian product that contains mineral complexes to support emotional balance.*

  • Supports a healthy nervous system
  • Mild calmative that helps maintain emotional balance
  • Helps ease the effects of temporary stress
  • Supports the actions of neurotransmitters that regulate mood*
  • Excellent source of iodine

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MediHerb® Kava Forte

Kava Forte contains Kava root extracted with 100% water to promote relaxation and calm the nerves. The compounds in Kava Forte, particularly the kavalactones, work together to traditionally help:

  • Calm the nerves
  • Ease the effects of temporary nervous tension and stress
  • Promote relaxation and sleep
  • Support muscle relaxation*

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  1. Watson NF, et al. Recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult: a joint consensus statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society. SLEEP 2015;38(6):843–844.
  2. Sleep and Sleep Disorders,