Dr. King’s Jet Lag and Shift Change is a sleep supplement that is designed for use in treating the symptoms of jet lag including irritability, sleeplessness, nervous tension, fatigue and drowsiness.
What’s in Dr. King’s Jet Lag and Shift Change?
- Cocculus Indicus
- Gelsemium Sempervirens
- Kali Carbonicum
- Nux Vomica
- Kali Phosphoricum
- Colchicum Autumnale
- Juniperus Communis
The active ingredients are included in the supplement to help relieve the common symptoms of jet lag which include; fatigue, sleeplessness, irritability, nervous tension, spasmodic yawning, drowsiness. The inactive ingredients are Pure Water, Citric Acid and Potassium Sorbate. Missing from the ingredient list is Melatonin which is a key ingredient in other brands of jet lag supplement and might make this product less effective at helping you fall asleep.
How Do You Use Dr. King’s Jet Lag and Shift Change?
This product is dispensed in a spray format. Spray directly into the mouth 3 times per day. For children between aged 2 to 12, use only 2 sprays per day. The website does not explain at what times of the day to use the spray. Pregnant or nursing women should consult with a doctor before use. Stop using the product if jet lag symptoms worsen or persist.
On the company website, a 2 fl. oz spray bottle costs $19.99. Shipping costs are extra. There are no discounts for first time nor bulk buyers of the product.
Is There A Guarantee?
You can return the product within 30 days of purchase for a full refund if not satisfied. You are responsible for shipping costs. If you bought the product from a third party site, you will need to submit proof of purchase (receipt) when requesting a refund.
The Conclusion of Our Dr. King’s Jet Lag and Shift Change Review
We liked a few things about Dr. King’s Jet Lag and Shift Change including the fact that the product comes in an easy to use spray bottle which is great for people or kids who dislike swallowing pills. We were also pleased to see the product comes with a 30 day return policy. Among the negatives however are that the the website does not explain at what times of the day to use the spray. It says to use three times per day for adults but it’s unclear how much to spread out the treatments during the day. In terms of ingredients, the key sleep inducer Melatonin is not on the list. This might render this product less effective at helping you fall asleep. The manufacturer does not include free shipping and does not offer any discounts for first time or bulk buyers. At $19.99 for a tiny 2 fl. oz. bottle of spray, we think this is too high a price. Although the manufacturer has provided a guarantee, it is too short in our opinion and does not cover the return of opened bottles of spray. The product reviews were mixed but many users stated that the product did not help them fall asleep more effectively and others questioned what the benefits of the product were. We suggest that you shop around for a better deal with a more reliable guarantee and return policy.