Sweet Dreams Sleep Remedy

Get a good night's sleep again - naturally!

Napiers Sweet Dream's Sleep Remedy can help with:

  • Insomnia Sweet Dreams Sleep Remedy
  • Broken, sleepless nights
  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Waking in the early hours unable to get back to sleep
  • Worrying that prevents sleep
  • Physical discomfort that interferes with sleep
  • Poor quality of sleep
  • Helps restore good sleep patterns
  • Avoids drowsiness the following day

There are many reasons for broken sleepless nights including stress, anxiety, restlessness or aches and pains in the muscles and joints. Sometimes you need a little help to break the cycle and get back to sleeping well again. Napiers fast acting, practitioner strength, combination herbal formula encourages a natural, restful sleep. Sweet Dreams is a tried and trusted remedy to help relax both mind and body. It will help you get a good night's sleep and wake refreshed, without feeling groggy, unlike many sleeping pills.

What our customers say

"Sweet Dreams has allowed me to live a full vibrant life, without the awful tiredness I experienced before. Other products made me feel groggy but not Sweet Dreams"K. Mahon, Dublin.


Napiers Sweet Dreams Sleep Remedy is a licensed herbal medicinal product to promote a natural sleep.


Adults and the elderly:Take one 5 ml teaspoonful after your last meal of the day and two 5 ml teaspoonfuls at bedtime.

A one week course is recommended in the first instance. Once you feel your sleep pattern is improving, you can also half the dose - as long as you still take two doses in the evening (one after the evening meal and one at bedtime).

Active ingredients

Each 5 ml dose contains practitioner strength 1:1 fluid extracts equivalent to 1650 mg of herbs per 5 ml of:

  • 500 mg Passion flower (Passiflora incarnata)
  • 500 mg Jamaican Dogwood (Piscidia erythrina)
  • 250 mg Valerian (Valeriana officinalis)
  • 250 mg Hops (Humulus lupus)
  • 150 mg Scullcap (Scutellaria laterifolia)

Do not take this herbal medicine in combination with other sleeping medicines, antidepressants or medicines known to interact with alcohol such as metronizadole. You should also avoid alcohol as valerian can increase the effect of alcohol. It is not suitable for children and should be avoided in early pregnancy, and used with caution in later pregnancy or breastfeeding. It contains some sucrose and may not be suitable for diabetics.

Traditional use

Traditionally valerian is used as a mental sedative and to calm anxiety and restlessness, inclusing restless leg syndrome. Passion flower is also a sedative and is often used by herbalists to help anxiety caused by withdrawal from drug habits e.g. alcohol or cigarettes. Hops is a hypnotic and will help to increase drowsiness. It is also used to soothe digestion. Skullcap is an antispasmodic and helps to relax muscles and cramps and, like Jamaican dogwood, is also a mild painkiller.

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Passion Flower
Passiflora incarnata

Putting a few drops of lavender oil on a hanky and tucking it inside your pillow may also help you to sleep.

Prefer a tablet? Try NiteHerb tablets

Increasing tryptophan in your diet may also support better sleep. Its an amino acid the body uses to make serotonin and melatonin.

Tryptophan can be found in chocolate, oats, dates, milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, spirulina, bananas, seeds (sesame, chickpeas, pumpkin, sunflower, corn, peanuts), red meat, eggs, fish and poultry. Avoid heavy meals in the evening but do have a light snack to avoid hunger waking you up!

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