Rescue Sleep Review
Rescue Sleep promises to a “lullaby in a bottle.” The formula for Rescue Sleep is built on the philosophies of Dr. Edward Bach and his 38 natural remedies. All-natural sleep aids are all the rage right now due to the high cost and terrible side effects of prescription sleeping pills. However, not all-natural sleep aids work. There are a few that can deliver just as good as any prescription sleeping pill, but most are too weak.
Where does Rescue Sleep stand? Although Rescue Sleep is free from most side effects and relatively inexpensive, it has an inferior and weak ingredient profile that has no scientific backing especially when compared with other effective all-natural sleep aids.
Who is Dr. Edward Bach?
Rescue Sleep is based on the findings of Dr. Edward Bach. Dr. Bach was born in the 1800′s in the UK and got his PHD from Cambridge. He focused his studies on alternative medicines particularly flowers. Rather than studying these medicines using the scientific method, he claimed to have a psychic connection to the plants. If he felt negative emotions around plants he would not use them (we are really not making this up).
He is probably best known for the 38 flower health remedies. Rescue Sleep contains six of the Bach’s 38 flower remedies. In 2002, a study was done on Bach’s 38 flower remedies compared to a placebo. Here is what they found:
“The hypothesis that flower remedies are associated with effects beyond the placebo response is not supported by data from rigorous clinical studies.”
This makes us seriously question the effectiveness of Rescue Sleep or any product based on Bach’s remedies.
What’s in Rescue Sleep?
There are 6 ingredients in Rescue Sleep:
• Rock Rose
• Star of Bethlehem
• Cherry Plum
• White Chestnut
Rock Rose. According to the manufacturers, Rock Rose is included to help terror and panic. It has been used as a stress reducer in other pills but there have been no scientific evidence backing this.
Impatiens. Impatiens is supposed to reduce impatience and irritability. It has been used as an ingredient in the household cleaner, Preparation H, but can’t be found in any other sleeping pills.
Clematis. Clematis was used by Native Americans to help with headaches. It can be used as an alternative to pepper.
Star of Bethlehem. The purported use of Star of Bethlehem is to relieve shock, but like most of the ingredients in Rescue Sleep this has no scientific basis.
Cherry Plum. Cherry Plum is for irrational thoughts.
White Chestnut. White Chestnut is for relief from repetitive thoughts.
Considering Rescue Sleep does not contain any ingredients with real scientific backing, its ingredient formula is one of the weakest around.
How much is Rescue Sleep?
Rescue Sleep can be purchased online for around $10. Cheap but still a waste of money considering it is a worthless product.
Is Rescue Sleep safe?
There are no serious side effects associated with Rescue Sleep.
Is Rescue Sleep worth purchasing?
Rescue Sleep is one of the worst sleep aids on the market. It is all-natural but lacking in quality and effective ingredients.
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