Sleep Peptide Pro
Sleep Peptide Pro contains CAP (Circadian Adjustment Peptide), which provides benefits such as reducing anxiety and stress, easing depression, and restoring the body to a state of calm and relaxation to promote a deep and restful sleep.
What is CAP?
CAP is produced and refined as a protein containing multiple sets of Casozepine, through a fermentation process that uses endotoxin-free E. coli or edible medical grade yeast. The CAP is embedded in a special carrier to form a natural barrier that is not easily destroyed by gastric acid and pepsin, a protein digesting enzyme secreted in the stomach. Through the use of ultrafiltration membrane purification, the development of peptide orientation fermentation technology, the production of high milk peptides, and the high concentration and purity of amygdalin CAP, the capsule is allowed to remain intact in the intestine allowing it to fully absorb into the system.
CAP inhibits the secretion of hormones in the hypothalamus of the brain (this links the nervous system to the endocrine system via the pituitary gland). In doing this it helps reduce the adrenal secretion of large amounts of cortisone, which is recognized as being a greatly contributing factor in sleep disorders. By reducing the amount of cortisone it helps to restore the body to a state of calm and relaxation. CAP also has potential as a treatment for anti-stress, restoring the brains memory and helping insomnia patients fall asleep. CAP is able to accomplish this with no L Theanine.
Safe for vegetarians
Take 1 capsule 1 hour before sleep.
It usually takes 5 to 7 days to improve sleep quality.
For sufferers of serious insomnia and sufferers who are already taking sleeping medication it may take up to 4 weeks (the manufacturer recommends taking double the daily dose in this instance).
Anyone already taking a sleeping medication, the manufacturer recommends to take the Sleep Peptide in addition to the current medication and slowly reduce the consumption of sleeping medication, depending on dependency.
It is always recommended to consult your physician.