• SLEEP'S MEANING FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY

    Recharge your batteries, refill your cup, relight your fire

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  • IMPORTANT FOR WOMEN'S SKIN AND FITNESS

    A good night's sleep slows the aging process, makes the skin smoother and younger, and helps you maintain a healthy weight

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  • THE IMPACT ON BODY DEVELOPMENT

    Sleep is especially important to everyone, especially young children, because it affects body development; if you don't get enough sleep, or if you don't sleep well, that development will slow and slow down

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  • PROVIDE ENERGY TO THE BODY

    Because the body parts are at rest while sleeping, there is no need to expend energy and can even accumulate energy to prepare for the next day

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  • KEEP YOUR MENTAL STABILITY

    If you get enough sleep, your mind and spirit will always be clear, allowing you to work and study more effectively

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Meet OriLax

Recognizing the importace of a healthy sleep-life balance, we developed OPFE’s OriLax capsules with medicinal plants & herb extracts that serve as nutritional supplements to support a range of vital functions in the body with a special focus on the recovery cycle. For centuries, herbal plants like the routunda, humble, chasteberries, passion flower, and tiger’s claw have been holistically practiced in the Asia-Pacific region.

Inspired by these oriental roots, the Orilax formula combined modern research and elevated its product extraction methods to retrieve the most out of these natural ingridients and produced it into an easily consumable capsule. Orilax as a dietary supplement, can help your body get the best out of resting and thereby support you in a balanced, healthy and energized life.

5 Nature-Based Ingredients

Backed by clinical research and included at levels with proven efficacy.

Stephania rotunda is a creeping plant distributed across Southeast Asia and commonly found in the mountainous areas of Cambodia, especially on calcareous cliffs.

Rotudin is a valuable medicine extracted from the Stephania rotunda that has the effect of quickly relieving some headaches, reducing stress and anxiety, and quickly reducing symptoms of insomnia, sleep disorders due to pressure, and thinking.

Passiflora foetida (Linn.) belongs to Passifloraceae family, native to tropical America and growing in the wild in several parts of India. It is an herbaceous climber with the auxiliary tendrils and yellowish white hair on its stems. Passiflora species are significant because of their high therapeutic values. Tribes with traditional medicinal knowledge use P. foetida L. for its calming effects.

According to modern research its calming effect on the central nervous system helps reduce anxiety allowing for a calmed mind and better sleep.

Mimosa pudica L. (Mimosaceae) also referred to as shame plant and humble plant is a prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical America and Australia, also found in India. M. pudica is known to possess sedative, emetic, and tonic properties, and has been used traditionally in the treatment of various ailments including alopecia, diarrhea, dysentery, insomnia, tumor, and various urogenital infections.

Erythrina variegata is native of coastal forests in Southeast Asia and is widespread around the Indian Ocean from East Africa to South-East Asia and North Australia, and in the Pacific Islands to the Marquesas.

Alkaloids found in the leaves and stems include erythralin, erysonin, erythrinin, erysodin, erythranin, erysotrin, and erysovin.
The reported pharmacological activities of the new and known erythrinan alkaloids documented have shown a considerable bias towards central nervous system and related activities. Other prominent activities that have been reported are antifeedant, insecticidal, cytotoxic, antiprotozoal, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antifungal, and antiviral effects.

Endogenous melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland in all vertebrates.

Melatonin secretion is inhibited by environmental light and stimulated by darkness. Secretion starts at 9 PM and peaks between 2 and 4 AM at approximately 200 pg/mL. The duration of melatonin production varies throughout the year, with shorter periods occurring during the summer months and longer periods occurring during the winter months. Nocturnal secretion of melatonin is highest in children and decreases with age.

Melatonin causes drowsiness, so it is frequently used to regulate sleep, support insomnia, and circadian rhythms, but it is not a sleeping pill.

Melatonin is also made synthetically and available without a prescription as an over-the-counter (OTC) dietary supplement in the U.S.

Why Choose Us?

Clinically Proven Efficacy

Active ingredients at the same doses are tested in clinical studies to ensure the efficacy established in those studies.

Backed by Research

Our ingredients have been scientifically studied as shown to support overall well-being and its effectiveness as a dietary supplement.

Clean and Nutritional

Only the highest-quality ingredients, each with their own independent nutritional benefits. Nothing toxic, nothing extra.

4 ways to upgrade your sleeping environment!

Your sleeping environment is critical as it dictates the quality and the way you fall asleep. Here are some quick tips to create a better sleeping space to ensure you get a good night’s rest. 

  1. Lighting. Keep your room as dark as possible; if you need a night light to see where you’re going, use amber light. Using a Himalayan salt lamp is a great way to curate natural amber lights, in addition to creating a soft, relaxing ambiance to your bedroom. 
  2. Noise.  Try earplugs or a well-insulated room if you can avoid or eliminate noise from neighbors, traffic, or other people in your household. Sometimes adding in white noise before bed can also help enhance your ability to fall asleep faster. 
  3. Temperature. Keep your room at a comfortable temperature. The majority of people sleep best in a slightly cool room with adequate ventilation. According to the Cleveland Clinic, a suggested temperature between 15-19°C is best to improve your REM sleep. 
  4. Mattress. A soft mattress and a warm blanket could be your most important aspect to creating a better sleeping environment. Studies have shown that a good mattress should help your spine rest in a neutral position and support your body. Make your bed as comfortable as possible. Your sheets will allow you to stretch and turn comfortably without becoming entangled

Maintain your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle

One of the most important strategies for better sleep is to align your body with its natural sleep-wake cycle, or otherwise known as your circadian rhythm. You’ll feel much more refreshed and energized if you stick to a regular wake-up and bedtime schedule than if you slept the same number of hours at different times.

Optimise your naps! A short nap that can be beneficial for compensating for a lack of sleep at night. Naps should be limited to 15 to 20 minutes in the early afternoon and should help you alleviate your sleep deprivation.

Control light levels with minimal exposure

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that is affected by light exposure and aids in the regulation of your sleep-wake cycle. When it gets dark, your brain secretes more melatonin which makes you sleep. Less melatonin makes you more alert. The photo reduces light sources so that you can sleep well at night. Avoid using bright screens for at least 1-2 hours before going to bed. The blue light emitted by your phone, tablet, computer, or television suppresses your melatonin, keeping you awake and preventing you from sleeping.

Proper nutrition for deeper sleep

Your eating habits during the day also influence how well you sleep, particularly in the hours before bed. 

Avoid foods that contain stimulants that cause insomnia: Caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and so on

Sleep-inducing foods and beverages: Almonds, Warm Milk, Kiwifruit, Chamomile Tea, Walnuts, Lettuce,…

Exercise on a regular basis to get a good night’s sleep:

People who exercise on a regular basis sleep better at night and feel less sleepy during the day. Regular exercise also helps to alleviate the symptoms of insomnia and sleep apnea. It may take several months before you notice the sleep-inducing effects. So be patient and concentrate on developing an exercise routine.

What should you do if you wake up unexpectedly?

It’s normal to wake up during the night, but if you can’t fall back asleep, do something quiet and unstimulating. For instance, if you’ve been awake for more than 15 minutes, get out of bed and read a good book or journal, or make a to-do list for the next day. Use amber night lights and avoid screens so your body doesn’t realize it’s time to wake up. You do them for about 30 to 45 minutes, and your body begins to fall asleep, allowing you to sleep until morning.

A harmonious life is a combination of mental balance and physical health. 

Everyday life brings situations that we consider difficult a unpleasant. Problems and issues raisen, and sometimes we struggle to solve them, sometimes we label them as unsolvable. Such situations create stress, feeling of pressure and the long-term effect of such feelings disturbs our mental balance – causes fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, stress, which leads to a decrease in the quality of our life.

Don’t let your mental balance be disturbed

A common reaction to stress, insomnia, exhaustion, reduced sleep quality is a headache or even a migraine, loss of appetite or, on the contrary, excessive appetite, nervousness, anxiety, or various body aches without an obvious physical cause. However, these conditions only point to inner suffering that disturbs the mental balance and thus disrupts our harmony.

What is the mental balance? 

We could say that it is the absence of stress and anxiety, a calm state of mind, freedom from negativity. We cannot leave the world with its difficulties and problems, but we can put things in order in our souls. Inner peace is closely related to a person’s personal space.

Four tips on how to take care of your mental balance

Make time for yourself – setting aside even just 15 minutes a day for yourself can help you focus on yourself, on your own thoughts, on relaxation and “cleaning” your head

Start small – divide the problem into smaller parts and solve them gradually, make smaller changes in life, a big change can cause a significant impact and cause stress and nervousness again

Do things that you enjoy and that fulfill you – activities that you like, enjoy and see meaning in them are the best way to relax – you are creating something and don’t think about what’s bothering you all the time. Turning off your “head” like this can be liberating.

Allow yourself to be lazy – you don’t have to do and control everything, allow yourself to be helped by others and enjoy a moment of doing nothing – you will be surprised how such lazy moments recharge your energy.

Our unique composition helps maintain mental balance

The nutritional supplement OriLax, thanks to its unmistakable composition, helps maintain mental balance. Its relaxing effects affect stress, nervousness and anxiety, help you fall asleep better and support quality sleep.

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