Soho Flordis International

ReDormin®

For relief of sleeplessness

ReDormin
Do you find yourself at the end of the day, lying in bed and just not being able to fall asleep? Or are you constantly waking up in the middle of the night?

It can be frustrating, because we know that we need sleep to rest our bodies and minds. If you are looking to help improve the quality of your sleep, ReDormin may be right for you.

ReDormin is a natural medicine clinically researched for over 10 years to help relieve night time stress and tension while supporting a deeper, more restful sleep.  ReDormin works by helping to restore healthy sleep patterns over 2 weeks to get your sleep cycle back on track.1 

 

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

ReDormin has been shown to:

Fall asleep faster

Fall asleep faster

Significantly reduced time to fall asleep by 79% 2

Reduce night time waking

Reduce night time waking

Shown to triple the number of people staying asleep through the night without waking or waking only once 3 

Improve quality of sleep

Improve quality of sleep

Researched to help restore healthy sleep patterns in 2 weeks 1 and help improve sleep quality. 4 out 5 people woke feeling refreshed 1 

Research & Evidence

ReDormin: Key Ingredient

ReDormin contains a specific combination of Valeriana officinalis (Valerian) and Humulus lupulus (Hops) – known as Ze 91019 – which has been clinically researched for over 10 years to help improve sleep quality and restore healthy sleep patterns over 2 weeks. 1-3

Discover more about Valerian & Hops
trials & studies
20+ years use worldwide
10+ years clinical research

Food for thought: Did you know that 1 in 3 people have trouble sleeping? 4
Find out more about how our dual action formula of Valerian and Hops can help to improve your quality of sleep.

Our Source to Patient Philosophy

What do our products have in common?

The products in our range have a shared story: they are handled with exceptional precision and care and backed by rigorous science.

Learn about the six precise steps we take

Using ReDormin

Recommended dosage & directions

Adults and adolescents: 12 years and over: take 1 tablet, 1 hour before planned bedtime.

 

For best results take ReDormin for at least 2 weeks to help improve sleep quality and restore healthy sleep patterns.

 

Research showed that 87% of patients reported sustained sleep benefits 4 weeks after they finished a 2 week course of ReDormin.1 However, should you find your sleep disrupted again due to stress or lifestyle factors you may wish to take ReDormin to help re-establish healthy sleep patterns.

 

ReDormin is  well tolerated based on clinical research and years of worldwide use. In clinical studies, ReDormin Forte has not recorded any morning drowsiness or rebound insomnia.

 

There are no known reported interactions between ReDormin and other medications. However, it is not recommended to take ReDormin if you are currently taking sedative medication (such as Benzodiazepines). It is recommended to talk to your healthcare professional if you have any questions about using ReDormin.

 

Distributed by Soho Flordis International South Africa (Pty) Ltd.  |  Company Registration no.  004/035255/07.
This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or intended use.

Active ingredient
Valerian and Hops (Valeriana officinalis & Humulus lupulus)

Each tablet contains Ze 91019 extract equivalent to dry: 

  • Valeriana officinalis root 2.50 g
  • Humulus lupulus fruit 720 mg.

FAQs

Backed by 10 years of clinical research, ReDormin contains a specific combination of herbal extracts known as Ze 91019 that has been shown to help restore healthy sleep patterns within 2 weeks.  Recommended for over 20 years worldwide ReDormin’s dual action formula works by helping to reduce the time taken to fall asleep,  and can help to re-establish healthy sleeping rhythms to help improve quality of sleep and the time spent in the deeper, restorative sleep stages – leaving you to wake up feeling refreshed. 

 

Not all natural medicines are created equally, that’s why we take special care that the combination, Ze 91019, found in ReDormin is the same medicine that has been tested in clinical studies. We want to ensure you receive the same high quality medicine that has been clinically researched to help restore healthy sleep patterns and to help get your sleep cycle back on track.

There are no known reported interactions between ReDormin and other medications. However, it is not recommended to take ReDormin if you are currently taking sedative medication (such as Benzodiazepines).

 

It is recommended to talk to your healthcare professional if you have any concerns about interactions or questions about using ReDormin. 

 

Please contact us for further information.

ReDormin may be used in children over 12 years of age. The recommended dosage is 1 tablet 1 hour before bed. If you have specific questions or concerns, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional.

ReDormin contains no added gluten, wheat, lactose or yeast.

Yes, ReDormin is vegan friendly as it contains no animal-derived ingredients.

ReDormin is not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding as there are no published studies to establish its safe use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Your healthcare professional can discuss with you the risks and benefits involved in taking ReDormin during these life stages.

It is important to discuss this with your healthcare professional, including your anaesthetist and surgeon. 

ReDormin is available from pharmacies, health food stores and natural health practitioners. Click on Find a Store to find a list of pharmacies, health food stores and natural health practitioners in your area that either stock ReDormin or will know how to order ReDormin. Even if your local pharmacy is not on the list, they will be able to order it in for you. 

References

  1. Fussel A, et al. Eur J Med Res. 2000;5:385-390.
  2. Koetter U, et al. Phytopher Res. 2007;21:847-851.
  3. Lataster MJ, et al. Notabene Medici. 1996;4:182-185.
  4. Sleep Health Foundation. Insomnia. http://sleephealthfoundation.org.au/pdfs/Insomnia.pdf
  5. Morin CM, et al. Sleep. 2005;28(11):1307-1313.
  6. Periodic Safety Update Report for Ze 91019, Max Zeller Sohne. Data on file.

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