Dream a Little Dream

Drift off to sleep on difficult nights with our relaxing oral spray.

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Late nights, early mornings, struggling to sleep? It's a never ending cycle. One that we're going to break. ⁠⁠

A carefully selected blend of powerful natural ingredients in a relaxing oral spray designed to help regulate sleeping patterns that fluctuate during stages of your cycle, due to the abrupt withdrawal of progesterone. Enhanced with a gentle cherry taste.


Chamomile: Has calming effects attributed to an antioxidant called apigenin, which is found in abundance in chamomile.


Valerian: Increases the levels of a chemical known as gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain. GABA contributes to a calming effect in the body.


Directions for use: Spray 1-2 times directly into the mouth before bed and get ready to drift off. Maximum 8 sprays a day.

Work With Your Cycle:



FEWE has developed products to work with the phases of your cycle. We've pinpointed areas of focus and carefully crafted products that support you all month long.



Intuitive, holistic ingredients are key to FEWE, and CBD plays a vital part in our cycle solutions. We combine cutting edge research with the latest innovation to bring you targeted and efficacious products.



Doing good, without causing harm is important to us. All of our products are certified Vegan & Cruelty Free.

''During my period or just before, I love using Dream a Little Dream, which has chamomile in it and helps me wind down''

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