As explained on their website: “Luminite is a revolutionary sleep support formula that has been scientifically formulated to help promote a restful nights sleep, fall asleep faster, and is non habit forming. Featuring eight all natural ingredients that have been tested for maximum effectiveness.” Nothing new here as far as sleeping pills go.
They claim Luminite will put you to sleep fast, keep you asleep throughout the night, and won’t make you addicted. They did leave out the part about helping you wake up refreshed for the next day, but I am sure they want you to know that it does that too. Let’s examine the ingredients.
The ingredients in Luminite include the following: GABA, melatonin, passion flower herb, hops, skullcap powder, chamomile powder, glycine, and tryptophan.
Of these ingredients, GABA, melatonin and tryptophan are the most powerful sleep aids. A few of the others play an important role as it pertains to the conversion of tryptophan into serotonin (i.e. hops and glycine). Passion flower and chamomile are a couple of the better known herbal sleep aids out there. They are more credible than most herbal ingredients. Tryptophan naturally degrades in your body over time and because of that less and less is converted into serotonin. Serotonin is eventually converted into melatonin which, when released by the pineal gland, induces sleepiness. So it logically follows that if you get more serotonin or melatonin in your bloodstream you will fall asleep faster. In summary, Luminite has a nice blend of herbal and chemical/hormonal ingredients that should allow it to be an effective sleep aid.
Luminite Customer Reviews:
“I love Luminite! It always takes me forever to fall asleep. When I finally do I usually sleep fine but I hate waiting hours to get there. I don’t have to worry about that any more. It helps me fall asleep within 15 minutes of my head hitting the pillow…without fail!” – Anonymous
“I fell asleep fast but still woke up throughout the night. And in the morning was just as tired and groggy as I always am. I need something a little stronger than this stuff.” – Anonymous
One bottle of Luminite costs $24.99 and should last about a month. You can sign up for a 14-day free trial of Lumiday (it does not say you can do this for Luminite) but if you don’t cancel your membership they will bill you $74.98 monthly. Again, it is unclear whether or not this is even an option for Luminite. If you merely buy one bottle of Luminite for the aforementioned cost ($24.99) then it does not come with a money back guarantee. You can only return unopened products. Luminite has several quality ingredients and it is fairly priced. However, it isn’t any different than your average sleep aid. It will probably work for most people, but it lacks the power present in other top-rated sleeping pills. If you want to learn more about how we review these products visit http://bestsleepaids.org/