Product Trial Review Report | Project B Good Night

Product Studied: Project B Good Night

We at Project B emphasize on being bare and transparent of our product ingredient and formulation. We have an extensive product development stage, carefully engineer every product to ensure they work. As a part of formulation processing, upon formulation confirmation, we reach out to a number of volunteers to gather their feedback and reviews on the product.

Under this review, we gathered and tabulated the feedback from 48 users, primarily looking at how our product work for them and its usability.

This product has been studied and fine-tuned for over 36 months before the formulation is confirmed. We took another 6 months to test its efficacy profile on over 48 individuals before it is being delivered to you. This part of the report displays the results of the efficacy profile, where we have another part of the report reviews the product formulation.

Results In Brief
Following consistent use of Project B Good Night over the course of 2 months, the use of Project B Good Night has greatly improved sleep quality (+91.7%), help to fall asleep in less than 60 minutes (+91.7%) and stay asleep for over 6 hours (+39.6%) to ensure sufficient quality rest is acquired every night.

To study if Project B Good Night can help falling asleep faster with deeper and longer sleep quality.

Methods & Assessments
The volunteers are gathered over the period of 6 months post-formulation study, and every volunteers' progress are monitored over the period of 2 months.

Subject information:
Of all the 48 volunteers, they are healthy individuals with no past medical history, living a relatively sedentary lifestyle.
Young Adult: 35 - 45 (n = 21)
Middlehood: 46 - 55 (n = 27)

Male (n = 32)
Female (n = 16)

Material supply: 2 month supply of Project B Good Night

Quantity time taken to fall asleep per day
Quantify total hours of sleep per day
Qualify sleep quality at night

Volunteers are gathered, inclusion criteria includes age ranges from 35 to 55, healthy individuals with no past medical history. Volunteers are being advised to comply to the recommended regime:
Take 1 teaspoon Project B Good Night once daily at night, 30 to 60 minutes before sleep.

Volunteers are advised to visit our studies centre to measure the results on specified intervals and the outcomes are recorded.


According to the Sleep Foundation, most adults require between 7 to 9 hours of nightly sleep, needed for proper cognitive and behavioral functions. A healthy diet and positive lifestyle habits can help ensure an adequate amount of sleep each night – but for some, chronic lack of sleep may be the first sign of a sleep disorder. A product trial is conducted against the use of Project B Good Night, a complete natural non-habit forming herbal blend, and its efficacy in promoting relaxation & sleep mechanism.

Summary of product trial result broken down by month,
Day 0 : Initiation of consumption
This is a control set, aims to record the original state of participants sleep behaviour and mental state prior to starting the regime of Project B Good Night. Among the inclusion, the participants typically take longer than 60 minutes to fall asleep (87.5%), stay asleep for only 3 hours or less (79.2%) and 97.9% rates their sleep quality as poor. The study center has also recorded participants started off with lack of energy, focus, constantly feeling lethargic in an overall poor mental state. Upon conducting a brief background interview, 61% of participants feel that the unhealthy sleep cycle may be caused by work related stress, 34% as age related reasons, 1% due to episodic life trauma.

Day 1 to Day 21: After 3 weeks of consumption
Sleeping behaviours are recorded with notable improvement starting from Day 14 mark, participants generally feel calmer, easier to fall asleep with longer sleeping hours. The first sign of improvement reported is with the calm mental state, followed by the ease of falling asleep. After 3 weeks of consistent consumption, 20% of participants take less than 30 minutes to fall asleep, 56% participants are able to have at least 4 hours of continuous sleep, waking once or less in the middle of the night, as many as 79% participants have transitioned out from their poor sleeping state.

Day 45 to Day 60: After 2 months of consumption
Data pattern is recorded highly favourable following 6-8 weeks of consistent use. 100% participants take less than 60 minutes to fall asleep, with 91.7% (+91.7%) recorded ease of sleep in less than 30 minutes by the end of the 60 days product trial. Amongst these, over 39.6% (+39.6%) of participants are able to achieve 6 hours or more long sleep with all 91.7% (+91.7%) reported satisfactory sleep quality at night. These data are highly positive, which works beyond expectation and passed the initial product efficacy target. In additional to these, participants have also reported better focus, energy and mental clarity upon waking the next day with better functioning of day-to-day activities. 99% reported that there is no withdrawal symptoms and able to classify B Good Night as not habit forming. Over 82% of participants reported that they will continue the regime to take occassionally as maintenance, and 12% will repeat the use over their next episode of insomnia event.

In conclusion, Project B Good Night can positively improve sleep quality, help to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer to ensure sufficient quality rest is acquired every night, following 2 months of consistent use.