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Melatonin 10 MG (60 Capsules)

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      Life Extension

      Melatonin 10 MG (60 Capsules)

      • Form: Capsules

      • Strength: 10 MG

      • Serving Size: 1 CAPSULE

      • Number Of Servings: 60 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.37 / serving)

      • Weight: 2 OZ

      Product Label

        Melatonin 10 mg

        Promotes optimal sleep

      Directions
      Take 1 to 5 capsules 30-60 minutes before bedtime, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.

      Warning
      Consult your healthcare provider before taking this product if you are being treated for a medical condition (especially autoimmune or depressive disorders). Use caution if combining with alcohol. This product is not intended for children, pregnant or lactating women, or women trying to become pregnant. Do not attempt to drive or operate heavy machinery after taking this product.

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      Melatonin Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 1 CAPSULE

      Servings Per Container 60.000000

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      Melatonin 10 Mg N/A*

      *Daily value not established

      Other Ingredients:

      gelatin, rice flour

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      Aide in sleeping.
      S K on Feb 16, 2015
      it works very well with no after effects
      FERN C on Oct 19, 2014
      I love Life Extension products. Their products seem to do more for me than any other products I have tried, and I've tried a lot. They are a little pricey, but they work. BTW, I only take one pill at night and sleep all night.
      TIM S on Jan 20, 2015
      Helps me go to sleep.
      Teresa S on May 27, 2014
      is this time release?
      Florence A on Jun 2, 2013
      Best Answer: Florence, I do not believe this is "time released". 10 to 20 mg at bedtime seems to help me, but I also take other prescription medications at bedtime that cause drowziness. Webt thru years of Ambian and Lunesta, and had unwanted side effects...like failure to go to sleep and amnesia. That was frightening. Good luck with your journey toward a good night of sleep.
      Reply · Report · CHERYL H on Jun 2, 2013
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      Hy, my father was diagnosed with glioblastoma brain tumor.They removed the whole tumor, and now he will start with chemotherapy. I would like to know what is the dose he should start with?
      A Vitamin Shoppe customer on May 25, 2014
      Best Answer: This question should be addressed to the doctors that are taking care of him. His oncologist needs to be aware of every medication, supplement, and vitamin he is taking.
      Some supplements interfere with chemotherapy.
      I am a physician myself and strongly recommend consulting with his doctors. Melatonin works on receptors in the brain and may have negative interaction with effects of chemotherapy.
      Reply · Report · Leanne L on May 25, 2014
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