King Bio Sleep Aid Review
Click here for some insight into how we review our products: http://bestsleepaids.org/. The website for King Bio Sleep Aid is average at best. King Bio sells tons of different products so it makes sense that they don’t devote as much time and detail into the webpage for a single product like Sleep Aid…especially when you compare it to a company that only sells one product. The King Bio Sleep Aid contains a complete list of ingredients, a brief description of what the product does, the opportunity to buy directly from the site, overall health education, and contact information. It lacks any kind of refund information or links to a terms/conditions page, there are no customer testimonials, it doesn’t explain how any of the ingredients actually work, and it fails to mention that it is a spray not a pill (we learned that from other sites).
King Bio Sleep Aid Ingredients:
The ingredients in King Bio Sleep Aid include: Aconitum napellus, Arsenicum album, Avena sativa (oatstraw), Belladonna, Camphora, Cinchona offic., Coffee cruda, Cypripedium pubescens, Hyoscyamus niger, Passiflora incarnata, Pulsatilla, Valeriana offic. Flower Essences: Lavender, Morning glory, Rosemary, White chestnut.
After researching these ingredients it was amazing to me how many of them (Belladonna, Hyoscyamus niger, etc.) were used as poisons in by the Romans and throughout the Middle Ages. I don’t say that to scare you or prevent you from trying King Bio Sleep Aid, I just thought it was interesting. Most of these ingredients are used in homeopathic remedies for all sorts of ailments. The only ingredients that have proven to be at least mildly effective at treating insomnia are Passiflora incarnate and valeriana. Valeriana is essentially the same thing as valerian root which is a popular ingredient in many sleeping pills. When looked at as a whole, the ingredients in King Bio Sleep Aid are not all that impressive. Most of them are unproven as sleep aids.
Is King Bio Sleep Aid Safe?
Yes, it is safe. It may have a bad after taste or leave you with bad breathe, but that is about all it will do. Unless you are allergic to one of the ingredients or you just can’t handle valerian root (both are unlikely).
One dispenser of King Bio Sleep Aid costs $18.99. You can contact customer service for detailed information about those items (which we did) to find out that they offer a 30 day return policy. However, they were careful to note that they do not “guarantee” their products will work for everyone. So we are unclear as to whether or not you can return King Bio Sleep Aid used or if it has to be unopened.
Even if King Bio Sleep Aid came with an iron clad guarantee, it is still a poor choice for treating insomnia. The ingredients are unproven and likely weak. No risk of side effects sometimes means no chance of working…we hope that’s not the case with King Bio Sleep Aid. Maybe it will work for you, but there are plenty of better sleeping aids out there.