A natural remedy for the relief of sleeplessness and insomnia
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ReDormin Forte provides relief of sleeplessness and insomnia

Are you having trouble sleeping at night?  

Sleep disorders are common, with many people struggling to sleep soundly through the night and waking in the morning feeling unrested.1,2 Lifestyle factors play an important role in disturbing our sleep, with those who suffer from stress and mild anxiety more at risk of developing sleep problems, as are those who work shifts or have irregular waking hours.2

If you have factors that affect your sleep, then ReDormin may be able to help. ReDormin is a natural insomnia medication that helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep for longer so that you can wake feeling rested and refreshed.  

ReDormin also helps to restore healthy sleep patterns within 2-4 weeks, which makes it ideal for those who have ongoing sleep problems. ReDormin works by re-establishing your natural healthy sleeping rhythms so you can get a quality night’s sleep. In particular, ReDormin works to help you:

  • Fall asleep, by relieving nervous tension and aiding the transition to restful sleep. Clinical evidence shows ReDormin reduces the time taken to fall asleep by nearly 80%.3
  • Stay asleep, by helping to restore healthy sleep patterns, allowing you to sleep deeply and wake less often. Research shows three times as many patients are able to stay asleep through the night. 4
  • Wake refreshed, with no morning drowsiness, by allowing you to naturally spend more time in the restorative, deep sleep stages.5

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What makes ReDormin Forte different?

ReDormin has been clinically researched in patients for over 10 years to help relieve sleeplessness and insomnia. ReDormin contains a specific combination of Valerian and Hops referred to as Ze 91019. This exclusive formula has demonstrated efficacy in relieving insomnia and restoring healthy sleep patterns in numerous clinical trials. Strict quality control processes ensure that each batch of ReDormin contains the same reliable formula used in clinical trials.

ReDormin has a dual action formula based on its two key ingredients:

  1. Valerian helps relieve nervous tension and reduce the time taken to fall asleep (sleep latency) by binding to adenosine receptors and inducing anxiolytic activity
  2. Hops has a melatonin-like action and works on the natural circadian sleep rhythms to help restore healthy sleep/wake patterns.

Learn more about ValerianA offiCInalis and Humulus lupulus >

Product details


ReDormin contains a specific combination of Valerian and Hops Ze 91019. Each tablet contains extracts equivalent to dry: Valeriana officinalis root 1.25 g, Humulus lupulus fruit 360 mg.

ReDormin is made in Switzerland using quality manufacturing processes. Learn more about Valerian and Hops.

Available Sizes
ReDormin - 60 tablets

ReDormin Forte - 30 tablets


Directions for use

Recommended dosage and directions

ReDormin®: Adults and children over 12 years: Take 2 tablets, 1 hour before bed.

Children 6-12 years: Take 1 tablet, 1 hour before bed.

ReDormin® Forte: Adults and children over 12 years: Take 1 tablet, 1 hour before bed.

For best results take ReDormin for at least 2 weeks to improve sleep quality and help restore healthy sleep patterns.

Should you find your sleep disrupted again due to stress, jet lag or lifestyle factors, you may wish to take a pack of ReDormin to re-establish healthy sleeping patterns. 


ReDormin tablets are easy to take and well tolerated at the recommended dose. 

ReDormin has no morning drowsiness or rebound insomnia recorded.6

ReDormin has no known drug interactions. However, caution is advised if you are currently taking sedative medication. If you are concerned about possible interactions, it is important to discuss these with your healthcare professional. 



Frequently asked questions

Will ReDormin interact with any other medications?

There are no known interactions between ReDormin tablets and other medications; however, caution is advised if you are currently taking sedative medication. If you are concerned about possible interactions, it is important to discuss these with your healthcare professional. The effect of ReDormin tablets may also be elevated by the consumption of alcohol.

Does ReDormin have any side effects?

ReDormin is very well tolerated. Individuals may occasionally experience a skin reaction after taking ReDormin as a result of sensitivity to the ingredients, which will resolve after ceasing the treatment. It is important to speak with a healthcare professional if you are concerned about possible side effects. 

How does ReDormin differ to other products containing Valerian and Hops?

ReDormin is a clinically researched combination of Valerian and Hops extracts, referred to as Ze 91019. Exclusive to ReDormin, Ze 91019 has been shown in clinical trials to relieve insomnia and help restore healthy sleep patterns. When taking ReDormin, you can be confident you are receiving a consistent natural medicine that has been tested in clinical trials.

Can ReDormin be taken during pregnancy and lactation?

ReDormin is not recommended during pregnancy or lactation as there are no published studies to establish its safe use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Your healthcare professional can discuss with you the risks and benefits involved in taking ReDormin during these life stages.

Can ReDormin be given to children and adolescents?

ReDormin may be used in children aged 6 to 12 years. The recommended dosage is 1 tablet 1 hour before bed. If you have specific questions or concerns, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional.

Should ReDormin be stopped before surgery?

It is important to discuss this with your healthcare professional, including your anaesthetist and surgeon. 

Does ReDormin have any allergens?

ReDormin contains no added gluten, wheat, lactose or yeast.

Does ReDormin contain lactose?

No, ReDormin does not contain lactose.

Will ReDormin affect my ability to drive and operate machinery?

ReDormin tablets taken according to the recommended dose do not affect the ability to drive vehicles or operate machinery. However, taking ReDormin tablets immediately before driving a car or operating hazardous machinery is not recommended. The effect of ReDormin tablets may also be elevated by the consumption of alcohol. 

Where can I find ReDormin?

ReDormin is available from pharmacies, naturopaths and selected health food stores. If you go to the Where to buy button above and follow the instructions, you will be able to find a list of pharmacies, practitioners and health food stores in your area that either stock ReDormin or will know how to order ReDormin. Even if your local pharmacy is not on the list, they will be able to order it in for you. 

Is ReDormin suitable for vegans?

Yes, ReDormin is vegan friendly as it contains no animal derived ingredients.

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The medicine you find in Flordis products is the specific medicine that has been used in clinical trials, which is one of the reasons you can feel confident about its effectiveness.


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1. Mansfield DR, Hillman DR, Antic NA, et al. Sleep loss and sleep disorders. Med J Aust 2013;199(8):55-6. 2. 3 3.Koetter U, et al. Phytotherapy Research. 2007;21:847-851. 4. Lataster MJ, et al. Notabene Medici. 1996;4:182-185. 5. Fussel A, et al. Eur J Med Res. 2000;5:385-390. 6. Morin CM, et al. Sleep. 2005;28(11):1307-1313.

Some of this research was conducted using funding provided by Max Zeller Soehne AG