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Melatonin is a natural hormone made by the pineal gland, a small gland in the brain. It helps to control your sleep and wake cycles. During the day time it is inactive but during darkness the pineal is turned on that is why it is called "DRACULA OF HORMONES" and begins to produce melatonin actively. Then, the melatonin is released into the blood. This occurs around 9 p.m. As a result, it rises sharply and feels less alert. Levels of melatonin remain high throughout night before the light of a new day.

  • Composition

    Melatonin 10 g

  • Release form

    Soft gel

  • Category



Insomnia, Jet-lag                    


Melatonin may interact with: Antibiotics, Aspirin, Birth control pills, Insulin, Heart or blood pressure drugs, and Insulin or other diabetic medicines.

Precautions & Warnings

What might happen if melatonin is taken overdose:

  • You may experience a range of mood changes such as sadness, worsening depression or even feeling over-excitable
  • You may experience hallucination
  • You may experience a severe allergic reaction