ethylene glycol is a component of antifreeze....Polyethylene glycol is the basis of a number of laxatives and is even used in whole bowel irrigation in preparation for surgergy or a colonoscopy.It is used in many pharmaceutical products as lower-molecular-weight variants are used as solvents in oral liquids and soft capsules and solid variants are used as oitment bases, table binders and lubricants. It is also used in eye drops.View Thread
I have using Somnapure for about two months and find it work great for me. I sleep well and wake feeling rested and energized. This is the only OTC product I have use dthat doesn;t amke me feel groggy the next day. I buy the product at CVS for $15 for 30 pills (you get coupons for your next purchase in the box). It is suggested on the label that you use this product every night and I do with no ill effects. This is an herbal sleep aid so as normal it has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.View Thread
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