Sleepasil is a dietary supplement that aids in getting a good night’s sleep. Taking one or two capsules before going to bed helps you feel relaxed so that it conditions you for that much-needed rest at the end of the day. No more tossing and turning; just safe and sound sleeping.



Your Pillow is Calling

Sleepasil is a non-habit forming sleep-aid that helps you get a good night’s rest so you can wake up feeling refreshed and energized for the new day.




Melatonin, Chamomile, and Valerian Root are the primary ingredients of Sleepasil.

Melatonin is a hormone naturally produced by our brain’s pineal gland and is responsible for maintaining the body’s circadian rhythm (body clock). People with a disrupted circadian rhythm and low melatonin levels can take this supplement because it aids in inducing sleep. Chamomile has the ability to reduce muscle spasms and to serve as a mild sedative to help with sleep. Valerian Root is used for insomnia and as medication for restlessness and sleeping disorders associated with anxiety.

Other Ingredients

Wild Jujube Seed Extract, Hops, and Passion Flower are added for their calming and soothing effects in the mind and body. Scullcap nourishes the nervous system while calming and relieving stress. Calcium helps the brain use tryptophan (amino acid) while Magnesium is considered as the “antistress” where both can help induce sleep.

Other Information

  • - Do not take more than the recommended dosage.
  • - Store at room temperature and away from light.
  • - Do not drive or operate heavy equipment while taking this product.
  • - Not recommended for persons below 12 years old.


    How is Sleepasil different from the rest?

    Sleepasil is unlike other sleep-aid products that use pain relievers (acetaminophen or ibuprofen) and antihistamines or sleeping pills that contain strong chemicals. It uses natural ingredients that help relieve stress, relaxes the mind and body, while improving melatonin levels. You know what you’re taking in is really for a good night’s sleep and not for medication.

    Is Sleepasil safe and effective?

    Sleepasil is a unique blend of Melatonin, Chamomile, and Valerian Root. These are natural ingredients that can help the body meet its needs in getting healthy sleep.  If you’re worried about not being able to wake up in the middle of the night in case of an emergency, don’t. This supplement will in no way suppress your ability to awaken and react to any situation that may occur in the middle of the night.

    Will I become addicted to Sleepasil?

    Sleepasil has no known addictive effects. You may use it consistently until your sleeping pattern normalizes. However, if you have chronic insomnia, it’s best to consult a physician.


    There is more to sleeping than resting and dreaming.

    Do you know what goes on when you sleep?

    Sleep 101


    Play the video to know more about your body’s need to be in a state of rest. You’d be surprised to learn it’s not just about being unconscious.


    How long we need to sleep varies individually. For adults, it can be 6, 7, or 8 hours. Click play to know more about getting enough sleep.


    Here are some things to consider when going to sleep. You’ll see that it’s more than just lying on your bed and closing your eyes.


    What happens to your brain and body when you’re sleeping? While you know you’re resting and unconscious for 6, 7, or 8 hours, your brain is in fact still active and at work. Find out what goes on while you sleep and why it’s so important to your well-being to get some shut-eye.

    You Do More in Your Sleep

    Sleep actually improves your memory because it’s the time when the brain can process new experiences and knowledge, and organize and consolidate memories. Think of it this way: if you want to get an A (in a test or presentation), get some Zzzs as well.

    Stress Levels and Moods Don’t Simply Just Swing

    Today's fast-paced lifestyle can cause some 'wear and tear' on your body and the primary health problem nowadays is stress. A good night’s sleep helps conserve energy and normalize the stress hormones that your body releases. The unhealthy combination of stress and sleeplessness could also lead to mood changes or irritability.

    Be Kind to Your Body and Heart

    Sleep helps repair your body and keep your heart healthy. Your body produces extra protein molecules while you're sleeping, and these help mend your body at a cellular level. Sleep can also help keep blood pressure and cholesterol levels (which play a role in heart disease) lower because your cardiovascular system gets some rest.

    Keep Those Extra Pounds at Bay

    When your body is deprived of sleep, the normal hormone balances are interrupted and your appetite increases. That’s when you start craving for food high in calories, fats, and carbohydrates. Getting enough sleep will help you regulate the hormones that affect and control your appetite.



    Unfortunately, many adults occasionally suffer from sleepless nights - and cranky mornings. Follow these sleep-inducing pointers to snooze and wake up refreshed.


    Your daily activities are pretty much lined up at certain points of the day. You have to treat sleep the same way. Constantly changing your sleeping time could cause sleeplessness so set a schedule even for sleeping. 

    - Turn in and get up at the same time every day – even on the weekends. “Sleeping in” on weekends also makes it harder to wake up early on Monday morning because it resets your sleep cycle for a late awakening. 

    - Daily exercise and physical activities can make a difference even if they’re just 20 or 30 minutes short. Don’t work out before your bedtime though because that can interfere with sleep as well. For maximum benefit, try to exercise about five to six hours before going to bed. 

    - Get at least six hours of sleep. Infants, children and teenagers require more sleeping time (nine to 16 hours) but for most adults, anything from six to eight hours is already ideal.


    Keep the bedroom as your sanctuary from work and stress. Still, it’s not just the room that’s the issue; it’s also what you surround yourself with as you sleep. 

    - Dim the lights and keep your bedroom dark and cool. Your pineal gland secretes more melatonin in the dark. 

    - Maintain a comfortable temperature in your room. Extreme temperatures may disrupt sleep or prevent you from falling asleep 

    - Treat your weary body to a bed with soft and breathable sheets. Remember that you won’t be able to sleep well if you’re not comfortable.


    Just as you need to warm up for the mornings, you need to wind down before you go to sleep. Relaxing activities will help calm your mind and soothe your muscles.

    - Taking a warm bath, meditating, or reading a light book can help you relax. 

    - Some nighttime music can create the right mood for sleeping too. 

    - Don’t lie in bed awake. Do something else, like reading, watching television, or listening to music, until you feel tired.


    You should also take into consideration your diet and eating habits if you want to get a good night’s sleep.

    - Avoid drinks that contain caffeine, which acts as a stimulant. Sources of caffeine include coffee, chocolate, soft drinks, non-herbal teas, diet drugs, and some pain relievers.

    - Steer clear of nicotine. Smokers tend to sleep very lightly and often wake up in the early morning due to nicotine withdrawal.

    - Rethink consuming alcoholic beverages at night. Alcohol may help you get to sleep but it can interfere with deep sleep.

    - Avoid playing video games and using your electronic gadgets before going to sleep because they tend to keep you awake.

    What causes sleeplessness?

    Because our bodies need to rest, sleep should set in easily, right? Well, there are times when we get more anxious and stressed because falling asleep seems so difficult. And when sleep disorders become chronic, they could pose some serious health risks as well. Read on to know more about the factors that contribute to sleeplessness.


    Our bodies deal with stress (physical, mental, or emotional) on a daily basis with work, studies, family responsibilities, and even social engagements. However, when your mind is too preoccupied, it tends to overwork. And when the brain is overworked, it can’t calm down enough for it to get ready to sleep.

    Disruption of Circadian Rhythm

    Just as our watches tell us that there are 24 hours within the day, our bodies know that also. That’s why you can’t be efficiently mobile and awake for days. The circadian rhythm is our internal (body) clock that determines our waking and sleeping periods. However, instances such as jet lag, changes in work schedules, inconsistent sleeping patterns, and even pregnancy could throw off our body’s sleeping period.

    Sleep Apnea

    Do you still feel groggy or sleepy during the day even after getting sleep the night before? That may be caused by sleep apnea - a sleep disorder that causes breathing to repeatedly stop and then start anew. Because your breathing pauses or becomes shallow, you move out of deep sleep and into light sleep. As a result, you’re not getting good quality sleep to energize you for the rest of the day.

    Poor Sleep Hygiene

    Don’t be too careless about the things you do before you go to sleep. If you drink caffeinated beverages at night, there’s a chance that you might not get to sleep on time because your body will need time to flush it out of your system. Eating heavy meals late at night can cause difficulty in sleeping as well because your metabolism is at work.

    Do I need a sleeping supplement?

    Recent research indicates that sleep disorders are on the rise and that an estimated 75% of American adults experience sleeplessness a few times in a week (from the Atlantic Health System). Many sufferers of this condition don’t even know that sleeplessness is a problem. It’s a good thing that there are reliable over-the-counter sleep-aids like Sleepasil that can help give your body its much-deserved rest at the end of the day.

    If you have trouble sleeping at night, answer the questions below to check if you are indeed suffering from a sleeping disorder.

    If you answered yes to most of these questions, it may be worth learning more about Sleepasil and how it may help you. For more serious sleeping problems, please consult a physician.



    Established in 2005, Organica Nutraceuticals, Inc. aims to enhance the Filipino's quality of life by providing the highest quality natural products at affordable prices. 

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