I purchased SOMNAPURE at CVS. It was a buy 1 get 1 1/2 price on the 2nd. That was 60 pills I believe $30.00+????? I didn't have to worry about ordering a sample online and and dealing with the auto delivery. I've used several sleep medications (prescription and over the counter) ambien, melatonin, dfferent company sleep aids etc..... I also had a sleep analysis done. Found the I have RLS (restless leg syndrome) and take mirapex (generic pramipexole) to put the RLS in check but still have a problem sleeping. I have a prescription for ambien (generic zolpidem) to take as needed. I do not like taking ambien even though I get a night's sleep, the side effects leave me lethargic for a day or 2. I tried 2 SOMNAPURE tablets and got the best sleep that I had in ages. I was able to take just 1 tablet and that worked just as well with no side effects. Now this was my reaction. I can't guarantee that this will work for you or for everyone else. As stated earlier the ingredients do not require a prescription and they are everday items that are combined together to enhance your sleep. Good Luck!View Thread
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