TLC is the Australian branch of GlaxoSmithKline and is Australia’s largest and most prominent brand of vitamins and supplements.
The company’s flagship product is GANODEX, which was first introduced in 2008 and now offers more than 40 vitamins and nutrients for lucid dreams.
This year, TLC also launched a new product, the ATHENA, which offers a range of products to enhance lucid dreaming, including GANOCODEX and GANODEVITA.
The products are currently available on the TLC website for $25 per bottle and are being offered by the company’s distributors.
TLC’s product portfolio, which also includes a wide range of vitamins, has seen a steady growth in the last five years, with the ATHERN, ATHERNE, and ATHERIA products offering products that are aimed at improving lucid dreaming and helping people get the most out of their dreams.
These products are aimed specifically at helping people who have experienced lucid dreaming before and are still struggling to fall asleep after a hard night of partying or playing a lot of video games.
According to TLC, the new products are the best for those who are struggling to get a full night’s sleep.
“Our products are not only designed to improve sleep, they are also great for people who are trying to fall back asleep, whether it’s by night or by day,” said TLC product manager John MacKay.
“The ATHERENA is a good one because it helps to make your sleep a little easier, while the ACHEDRON and ACHELOR are great for those trying to get their lucid dreams back.”
The company is currently recruiting volunteers to test these products for the upcoming year.
“The next challenge will be to test our products to see how they help people fall asleep, especially if we do see improvements from these products,” MacKay said.
For more information on the AtherENA and Atherne products, visit: www.glaxosmithkline.com.au/product-testing/aetheran-aetherne-tryptophan-1-mg/ For information on GANEDEX, visit www.gansaxonline.co.uk/aetryptophanoic-glucoside/ ATHEREN and ACHAELOR can be purchased in both liquid and capsule form from TLC.
For more information, visit tlc.com/atherene and tlc