Below we take an in-depth look at Awakened Alchemy Dream, to see what benefits it offers consumers.
Awakened Alchemy Dream is a nootropic designed to be taken at night before bed. One of the active ingredients is melatonin, which is an effective sleep aid; consumers should not take this during the day, and should not drive or operate heavy machinery for several hours after taking this supplement. It also features some nootropic ingredients are thought to improve learning and memory, as well as to improve mood. This product is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Awakened Alchemy Dream contains some ingredients that could potentially cause some side effects. Because there are no available customer reviews, there is no anecdotal evidence regarding the occurrence of side effects. Melatonin can cause some side effects including headache, short-term feelings of depression, daytime sleepiness, dizziness, stomach cramps, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin. Other potential side effects of this supplement include digestive issues.
Full details about the side effects that could be caused by this supplement are available below under the Side Effects tab.
Awakened Alchemy Dream can be purchased from the official Awakened Alchemy website, where a single bottle costs $89.00. There are discounts for bulk purchases; two bottles costs $159.00, or an order of three bottles costs $227.00. The company offer free worldwide shipping.
Each bottle contains 90 capsules (30 servings), which will provide a 30-day supply if taken as directed. This works out to be a very expensive supplement, especially if you plan to take it in the long term.
Overall, we are not hugely impressed by Awakened Alchemy Dream. The manufacturers have obviously put a lot of time and effort into branding the product (and the rest of the Awakened Alchemy range) as a luxury supplement. However, the product is far from perfect, and it is prohibitively expensive, with a single bottle costing $89! The product could help consumers to get to sleep, but it does not contain any ingredients that will improve the quality of their sleep, or help them to stay asleep.
Several ingredients used are present in quite small quantities when compared with the amounts used in relevant clinical trials. 5HTP could offer some mood-boosting benefits, as could Bacopa, which additionally appears to benefit memory when supplemented in the long term.
The money-back guarantee offered states that it is “unconditional”, but also appears to place some restrictions on returns. However, it does last for 60 days from purchase and covers one opened bottle.
There are no customer reviews available for this product.
Overall, we do not recommend Awakened Alchemy Dream to our readers.
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Awakened Alchemy Dream is a nootropic designed to be taken at night. The use of melatonin and some other ingredients will help to promote a good night’s sleep, whilst nootropic ingredients are thought to improve learning and memory, as well as to improve mood.
The supplement is manufactured by Awakened Alchemy, who are based in the USA. They can be contacted using the information provided on their official website.
Directions for use are as follows:
According to the manufacturers, Awakened Alchemy Dream may enhance learning abilities, repair neural networks, improve mood and memory (both long and short-term), and promote restorative sleep.
In addition to the above benefits, the supplement is also:
The product is made in the USA, in an FDA registered facility, and the product is GMP certified (Good Manufacturing Practice).
Melatonin is the body’s sleep hormone, and whilst it is produced naturally in the body (in the dark, as light causes production to stop), supplementing it is an effective aid to help consumers get to sleep.
Lion’s Mane mushroom has only been linked with cognitive benefits in very preliminary studies, and those studies used much higher quantities than are found in this supplement. The amount of CDP-choline used also appears to be too small (but would be a suitable dosage if Dream was combined with Awaken or Awaken Gold, the day-time nootropics sold by Awakened Alchemy). 5HTP could offer some mood-boosting benefits, as could Bacopa, which additionally appears to benefit memory when supplemented in the long term.
Overall, this product does appear to have some potential as both a sleep aid and as a nootropic supplement, but there are many other products available that have a more complete ingredient profile at a much lower cost.
The ingredients found in Awakened Alchemy Dream are detailed below. The ingredient quantities listed are per serving of three capsules.
Awakened Alchemy Dream contains some ingredients that could potentially cause some side effects.
Choline appears to be well-tolerated in general but could cause side effects in rare cases (or if taken in high doses) such as sweating, a fishy body odour, gastrointestinal distress, diarrhoea, and vomiting.
Studies have shown that Bacopa leaf causes upset stomachs in participants much more than placebos. This has led to the recommendation that this ingredient is taken with a meal, rather than on an empty stomach, as this will minimise the chances of getting an upset stomach. It also may cause nausea, cramping, bloating, and diarrhoea.
Melatonin can cause some side effects including headache, short-term feelings of depression, daytime sleepiness, dizziness, stomach cramps, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin.
Lion’s Mane Mushroom can cause mild stomach discomfort, and could lower blood sugar levels.
Too much zinc or magnesium can cause diarrhoea, nausea, and cramping. When taken in high doses over a period of time, zinc can lower the body’s immunity and its levels of HDL (aka “good”) cholesterol. Taking supplemental B6 may cause nerve damage.
Zinc and magnesium can make it harder for your body to absorb some prescription medications, such as antibiotics; and B6 supplements can intensify the side effects of certain drugs.
This product is only intended for healthy adults. Not to be used with MAO inhibitor drugs, SSRIs, or any other psychiatric medication. If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, are breastfeeding, or have a medical condition (including psychiatric or neurological disorders, high blood pressure, cancer, or people on immunosuppressive therapy), consult your healthcare professional before using this product. Not to be used by children under 18.
We were unable to locate any customer reviews for Awakened Alchemy Dream.
Awakened Alchemy state that they offer a 60 day, 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee, which is “hassle-free” and “unconditional”. However, the phrasing of the guarantee specifically refers to Awaken, the company’s flagship product, rather than to their product range in general. This is probably just an oversight, and is likely a sign that they are a small and relatively new company that is expanding faster than they anticipated. Hopefully, the phrasing of the policy will be updated soon.
They do state that this money-back guarantee only applies to your first purchase of the supplement. For returns of bulk purchases, unopened bottles need to be returned to the company and only one bottle can have been opened.
More information can be found on the official Awakened Alchemy website.
Awakened Alchemy Dream can be purchased from the official Awakened Alchemy website. A single bottle costs $89.00. There are discounts for bulk purchases; two bottles costs $159.00, or an order of three bottles costs $227.00. The company offer free worldwide shipping.
Customers can also buy Dream as a part of several multi-product bundles. The Awaken Gold + Dream bundle (one bottle of each) costs $169.00. Two bottles of each costs $295.00, and three bottles of each costs $420.00. The Awaken + Dream bundle (one bottle of each) costs $159.00. Two bottles of each costs $285.00, and three bottles of each costs $399.00.
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