The website for Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition is pretty straightforward without much flash or panache. It includes a nutrition table (complete list of ingredients and their amounts), highlights of the benefits of taking Abyss, a brief description of how it works, the opportunity to buy Abyss directly from the website, a link to customer reviews and research (albeit limited) on a few key ingredients. The website does not include any refund information or money back guarantee. We prefer information over presentation so for us the Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition website is great.
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition Ingredients:
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition includes the following ingredients: vitamin B6, B12, Magnesium, Zinc, and a special proprietary blend or matrix called the Abyss DS Matrix. This blend includes: Phenibut, Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid, L-Tryptophan, Magnesium Carbonate, Methylcobalamin, Pyridoxine HCL, Zinc Gluconate, and L-Theanine.
The majority of these ingredients have been studied and clinically tested for their sleep aid potential. Ingredients like Phenibut, GABA, pyridoxine HCL and others are clinically proven to help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. However, some ingredients (i.e. phenibut) have shown to wear off over time because your body adapts to their effects. So you may have to up the dosage or switch to a sleep aid with different ingredients. It all depends on how your body reacts to the particular ingredients.
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition Side Effects:
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition is relatively safe. Some people reported withdrawal-like symptoms after they stop using Abyss. These symptoms may include agitation, anxiety, insomnia, etc. These results are rare. Also, some people struggle with waking up in the morning after using Abyss (or any other sleeping aid for that matter) so you should try to find a pill that doesn’t make you drowsy the next day.
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition Customer Reviews:
“My experience with Nimbus Abyss was a rather enjoyable one. For my first dose I used 3 pills on an empty stomach before bed. I felt a little more relaxed before bed, but nothing special. My next dosage (and the remaining doses) I used 4 pills, and this seemed to be my sweet spot. I must say though, be absolutely certain to take these on an empty stomach, because one time, I made the mistake of eating a small snack before bed and then took Abyss, and the usual effects were not noticeable at all. Typically I have a very difficult time falling asleep at night, usually my mind just races with thoughts, but with Abyss I seemed to be much more relaxed and calm once my head hit the pillow. It still took me a while to fall asleep, but nothing like how long it usually takes me… Upon waking up, I didn’t feel like a zombie either. I didn’t feel completely refreshed (I never really do) but I didn’t feel horrendously tired either like I typically do with most OTC sleeping pills.” – Christian
“Not a big fan. When I finally fell asleep I did stay asleep until morning, but that isn’t really my problem. I need help falling asleep fast otherwise I just sit there in bed for hours. Abyss didn’t really help with that. Not for me.” – Cyrstal
Is Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition Worth Trying?
Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition costs $59.99 and they don’t offer a money back guarantee (at least not that we can see on their website). Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition has great ingredients, but it costs a lot of money. You can find sleeping pills with similar ingredients for less. That being said, if you can afford it then Abyss by Nimbus Nutrition is likely a solid choice.