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    Buyer Beware about one ingredient in Somnapure
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    An_247056 posted:
    Somnapure has listed on the bottle but not on the Somnapure
    web site , the last ingredient is POLYETYLENE GLYCOL. So
    you should that one of its all natural ingredients wont be on the
    sales pitch but it is in the two pills you will swallow to obtain
    sleep. I used this product once , I stopped , I am thankfull
    enough to tell you that this might be an indicator! Think about it
    before you buy this product! Do you want to wake up?antifreeze!!!?
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    Asharrell responded:
    Lol......antifreeze? I think not! Maybe the active ingredient in Miralax! Antifreeze is Ethylene Glycol! So now all you Somnapure sleepy heads....goodnight!


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