Taking Melatonin may help reduce blood pressure, according to a team of American and Dutch researchers. In the study, published in the American Heart Association?s journal, Hypertension (2004, vol. 43, No. 2:192), 16 men with untreated hypertension were given 2.5 milligrams of melatonin or placebo nightly, one hour before they went to bed, for three week. Men who received the melatonin supplements reduced their nighttime systolic blood pressure (top number) and diastolic blood pressure (bottom number) by an average of six and four millimeters of mercury, respectively.
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Suggested Usage: Shake well. As a dietary supplement for adults, take 1 full dropper (approx. 0.9 mL) just prior to bedtime as needed. Take directly or add to your favorite beverage.
Caution: For adult use only. Keep out of reach of children. If you are under medical supervision seek the advice of your physician or health care professional prior to use. Individuals with auto-immune conditions, depressive disorders, those taking sedatives or corticosteroid drugs, or pregnant or lactating women, should consult their physician prior to use. This product may cause drowsiness. Do not operate a vehicle or heavy machinery following consumption of melatonin.
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