Stack3D: "Soul Performance continues its strong reputation in Oasis Midnight Dream"

Stack3D: "Soul Performance continues its strong reputation in Oasis Midnight Dream" caught wind of our new sleep support supplement Oasis Midnight Dream and this is what they had to say:

"The reputable and increasingly popular Soul Performance Nutrition has completely revealed and officially released its promising new sleep supplement Oasis Midnight Dream, and it is as loaded as we expected. The brand clearly proved it could put together a quality formula in its first two products, Electrolyte Endurance Powder and Essence Active Greens, and that theme continues in Oasis Midnight Dream.

Soul Performance Nutrition has designed Oasis Midnight Dream to help you relax and unwind, get you to sleep, ensure its quality deep sleep, and, best of all, have you waking up feeling refreshed and recovered. To do that, the brand has combined several familiar ingredients and some premium branded components, including the still relatively new and extremely effective Zylaria.

Soul Performance Nutrition Oasis Midnight Dream Label

Every serving of Soul Performance Nutrition’s Oasis Midnight Dream packs 200mg of theanine, 250mg of schisandra, and the rest are premium branded ingredients. There is a gram of AjiPure taurine, 125mg of Sensoril ashwagandha, 625mg of VitaCholine choline bitartrate, TRAACs magnesium, and a solid one gram dose of Zylaria, which we reviewed and found capable of most of Oasis Midnight Dream’s benefits all on its own.

Soul Performance Nutrition’s third-ever supplement is available now directly through its website, and it’s very reasonably priced. The cost of a full-size bottle of Oasis Midnight Dream is $39.99 in the one Passion Tea flavor and with 25 servings a tub. It’s not the usual 30, but it’s the same amount of servings as you get in the brand’s original hydration and performance product Electrolyte Endurance Powder."

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