Snoozeberry was the flavor I was given. Although a little sweeter than I would like, its taste exceeded my expectations. After preparing myself for my best “blech!” face, I was pleasantly surprised as the shot’s berry-flavored undertones.
The shot version is designed to work just like Dream Product, LLC’s original eight-ounce Dream Water bottle, helping drinkers relax and fall asleep in roughly 20 to 40 minutes after consumption. The shot version is also designed for travelers; it complies with TSA-security regulations and can be brought onto a plane. The drink’s three natural relaxation ingredients—GABA, Melatonin, and 5-htp (Tryptophan)—aims to help people “relax, fall asleep, and improve the quality of sleep.”
As for its effectiveness, I was knocked out within 25 minutes—with no “morning hangover.” I woke up refreshed and even a little energized (most likely from excitement because the product actually worked), unlike the drowsy feeling I usually get when taking over-the-counter sleep aids, making it perfect for busy moms who need sleep fast, new parents who struggle to catch zzz’s during their infant’s irregular sleeping schedule, or any adult who had trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. And although the company rep at Getting Gorgeous swore by its Ambien-like qualities, the product is available without a prescription and is available on pharmacy shelves, such as Duane Reade in New York City.
For more information on Dream Water, including nutritional information, uses, flavors, and how to buy, visit www.drinkdreamwater.com.