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Control your Narcolepsy symptoms with a herbal supplement
steelmaker2013 posted:
My name is Ron. I am 59 years old and I have had Narcolepsy and Cataplexy my entire life. When I was finally diagnosed, my doctor prescribed several different medications for me to try; before, finally going with Ritalin. I was taking 60mgs a day. This kept me from falling asleep and having drop attacks; but, that was about it. Four years ago, I became a distributor for a large, well established company that sells herbal supplements and weight loss products. At that time, I starting taking one particular supplement. It said it would increase my metabolism and I thought it would be a good addition to my Ritalin. Two months later, I realized that I didn't need the Ritalin anymore. I had stopped taking it. And, I haven't taken any since then. Plus, I had some unexpected benefits from taking this supplement. I had more energy than I've ever had. I couldn't believe it. Plus, I was finally able to experience all emotions and not have a Narcoleptic or Cataplectic attack. I felt like I had been reborn. It was the most incredible feeling I have ever had. I had been given a chance to be normal. This is Not a cure for Narcolepsy. There is no such thing. But, this is an excellent, safe, low cost herbal remedy to help control your symptoms. If you would like to know more about this supplement, send a message to my email at Or, you can call me at 1-479-597-6536. If I am unable to answer, please leave a message on my voice mail and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
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