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    A Good Alternative
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    tbonanno16 posted:
    For those of you who have had issues with Somnapure or don't want a laxative, there is a great alternative available at Health Food stores or online called Deep Sleep made by Herbs Etc. Everything is organic and the ingredient list as listed on my bottle is:
    Fresh California poppy plant (not the seeds!)
    Fresh Valerian root, Fresh Passionflower herb tip,
    Fresh Chamomile flower, Fresh Lemon Balm herb,
    Fresh Oat seed in milky stage, and Orange peel
    Extra virgin olive oil, non-GMO lecithin, beeswax. Softgel contains gelatin, vegetable glycerine, carob and chlorophyll.

    It works fantastic- the dosage is one gelcap an hour before bed, and a second when you go to bed. I find just one and hour before works best for me.

    And no expensive susbscription needed!
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