Some of the products listed here are recommended by many others, some of them have not been tested.
If you want a sleep product for better sleep, don't go to a homeopathic doctor or to a doctor that treats insomnia. A doctor who treats insomnia has a professional opinion that is very different from a homeopathic doctor's. A homeopathic doctor usually recommends products that have been tested in a laboratory or have been shown to work well. Homeopathic products have been tested on animals, not people. Homeopathic products are often more expensive than homeopathic drugs. Homeopathic medicines have to be registered and tested by a medical doctor before they are available for sale in the United States. You will need to have a medical doctor sign off on any homeopathic medicine you buy. Hair care products that contain a sleep-enhancing ingredient will probably have a "no advertising" clause in the ingredient statement on the label. The label should say, "Not for use on people" if it is on a product for people who want to sleep. There are a number of other sleep-inducing substances that may not be in products listed in the ingredients. For example, if you buy the homeopathic "Isoflavin-2" and take it for a sleep disorder, your doctor will probably ask you to take it every few hours for up to three days. The manufacturer may have a separate list for people who sleep on their backs or have a lower heart rate.