25 Jun 2014 Good Night relaxation drink now in SA
Developed in Europe and on the market in many countries already, the drink’s recipe combines lightly carbonated water and fructose (18g) with the calming affects of valerian, lavender and rose hip extracts – herbs that have been used for centuries to ease sleep problems, anxiety and nervous restlessness.
Good Night contains no preservatives, artificial colours or sweeteners. Cactus fig has been added to make the drink taste naturally sweet and mellow.
Good Night was developed specifically to assist the sleep-deprived, so the best time to drink it is 30-45 minutes before going to sleep. Many people also use Good Night after work as a means to combat stress.
Good Night, say the marketers, is “popular among busy professionals, shift workers, students, parents of young families, sportspeople and frequent flyers. Good Night helps to relax your body and mind. It assists you to fall asleep and stay asleep all night long, naturally.”
Good Night is not suitable for children, pregnant or breastfeeding women. It should not be consumed before driving, or operating heavy machinery, as it may cause drowsiness. Do not mix with alcohol.