Brauer have developed a range of advanced sleep support products delivered in easy to use, innovative formats that customers can rely on.

Brauer’s Sustained Sleep is a unique combination of ingredients which uses sustained release technology designed to gradually release over 4 hours during the night providing long lasting sleep support. Lavender Oil provides relief from sleeplessness.

In traditional Western herbal medicine:
Passionflower is well recognised to relieve disturbed sleep, relax the nervous system and relieve symptoms of mild anxiety.
Hops, to induce sleep & reduce time to fall asleep and Skullcap to relieve sleeplessness.
Added Zinc for general health & wellbeing.

Brauer Sustained Release Sleep Tablets 

Adults – Take 1 tablet once daily, with water, 30 minutes before bed, or as directed by your healthcare professional. Tablets should be swallowed whole and not broken or crushed prior to consuming.

Each tablet contains:

Humulus lupulus (Hops) extract dry concentrate 80mg
from dry flower 600mg
Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap) extract dry concentrate 18.5mg
from dry herb 1.85g
Passiflora incarnata (Passionflower) extract dry concentrate 60mg
from dry herb top flowering and fruiting 600mg,
Lavender Oil 80mg
Zinc sulfate monohydrate 13.72mg Equiv. zinc 5mg

Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Minerals can only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. Do not use if breastfeeding, pregnant or likely to become pregnant. Not to be used in children under 5 years. Do not use if cap seal is broken. Store below 25°c.

Located in the pristine Barossa Valley, the Brauer family began providing Australians with a range of health products in 1929.
Brauer continues this tradition today with innovative and high quality health products that you have come to trust.
Our ingredients are meticulously selected and our products are manufactured according to Australia’s rigorous quality standards.


* Reference: Sleep Health Foundation (2020). Sleep Struggles Chronic and Widespread: Study. Accessed 19 June 2023
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