Time-Release Melatonin


Melatonin, often dubbed the "sleep hormone," is a naturally produced hormone originating from the pineal gland in response to darkness. Our time-release melatonin is available in low-dose 1.5mg capsules, ensuring a gentle and sustained release over a span of 7 hours.

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Melatonin is not only your best friend for a good night’s sleep but also a potent antioxidant, backed by scientific research. That’s why we’ve incorporated it into Dr. Clarke’s patented Neuro Protocol, taking your sleep experience to the next level.

Time-Release vs. Conventional Melatonin –

What’s the Difference?

Conventional melatonin supplements typically exit the system within 4 hours, making them useful for initiating sleep but less effective for those struggling to maintain uninterrupted sleep or waking prematurely.

MicroActive® Melatonin was created to tackle this challenge by employing a micronized, sustained-release technology that gradually dispenses melatonin over a 7-hour duration.

Furthermore, in contrast to regular melatonin supplements, which can lead to a sudden surge of melatonin upon ingestion, the sustained-release feature of MicroActive® Melatonin ensures a consistent dose over an extended period, providing more comprehensive sleep support.

Why Take Melatonin As a Supplement?

Melatonin supplements are commonly used to improve sleep patterns and address sleep-related issues.

This hormone, naturally produced by the pineal gland in response to darkness, regulates the sleep-wake cycle. Many people turn to melatonin supplements to help with insomnia, jet lag, or irregular work hours.

These supplements can assist in resetting the body’s internal clock when adjusting to different time zones or shift work.

Moreover, melatonin is recognized as a potent antioxidant, which can provide additional health benefits that Dr. Clarke wants in his neuro protocol. 

It may be beneficial for older adults experiencing age-related sleep disturbances and individuals dealing with high stress or anxiety levels that affect sleep quality.

Who Is At Risk For A Melatonin Deficiency?

  • Older Adults
  • Shift Workers
  • Frequent Travelers
  • Individuals with Sleep Disorders/Interrupted Sleep
  • People with Stress and Anxiety
  • Athletes with intensive training and irregular workout schedules

Directions To Use:

  1. Take one capsule 30 – 60 minutes before bedtime, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
  2. Monitor your sleep quality.
  3. For satisfactory sleep, maintain the current dosage.
  4. If sleep is unsatisfactory, increase by one pill as needed.

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“Melatonin is one of the most important hormones for your brain health. Not only does it guarantee restful sleep, but it is one of the most powerful antioxidants known in science."

Dr. Lewis Clarke


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