Taurine is widely distributed in the human body in the form of free amino acids, especially in the human heart, where free taurine accounts for more than 50% of the total free amino acids. As an osmoregulatory substance with organic penetration, numerous studies have found that taurine is an active substance regulating normal physiological activities of the body, with extensive biological functions such as enhancing immune function, increasing cell antioxidant capacity, and improving metabolism.


Creatine, as a naturally occurring non-protein amino acid compound, can be converted into phosphocreatine to synthesize adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a substance necessary for human activity, thereby rapidly increasing energy, explosiveness, and endurance of muscles, improving physical fitness, and sports performance.


Melatonin is a hormone primarily released by the pineal gland in the brain at night and has long been associated with the control of the sleep-wake cycle. As the core ingredient of SLEEP MATE, melatonin is used to alleviate symptoms of insomnia. Numerous studies indicate melatonin’s benefits in regulating the biological clock and improving mood disorders caused by insomnia. Good sleep also contributes to enhancing the body’s immune system.