Drugmaker launches new product to aid sleep

Pascoe’s new sleep aid, Pascoflair Night, is formulated with passionflower, valerian and lemon balm to help you fall asleep and stay asleep. (CNW Group/Pascoe Canada)

TORONTO — Pascoe Canada has expanded its sleep product category with the addition of Pascoflair Night. Pascoe’s new herbal sleep aid, Pascoflair Night, is formulated with passionflower, valerian and lemon balm to help people fall asleep and stay asleep. Pascoflair Night is said to have sedative properties for uninterrupted sleep without side effects of hormonal disruptions or hangover effects.

Pascoflair® Night is used in herbal medicine as a sleeping pill as an alternative to sleeping pills to promote restful sleep. Pascoflair Night is an over-the-counter sleeping pill containing 80mg of passionflower, 125mg of valerian, and 112mg of lemon balm in each tablet to be used as needed.

Pascoflair Night can be found at local health food stores or online to start getting restful sleep throughout the night, suitable for ages 18+. Unlike other sleeping pills containing melatonin or other hormonal disruptors, Pascoflair Nuit is formulated without hormones. The ingredients are non-habit forming and can be used as needed or regularly, depending on the company. Made in Germany, Pascoflair Night, among other Pascoe products, is made with in an attempt to provide sleep aid to its users.