Is There A Drug In Counter When Taking Ativan And Switch To Natural Product 303 Formula Relaxant

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marilyn Says:
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I took Ativan .5 mg this morning @1:30 and than Friday evening the emergency room doctor gave me 1mg to calm my nerves down! I don't like the side affacts and was hoping to try a natural relaxant! So can I take the natural supplement with Ativan in my system and how long should I wait to take natural relaxant? Will it counter react if it's still in my system? I want to live a normal life with out relying on a drug that has all these side affects!



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Marilyn! How are you?

The product you mentioned is a natural supplement, so it has not been evaluated for possible reactions with prescription medications. It also has not actually been proven to help with anything.

They don't give specifics on the amounts, but it's listed as containing Valerian, Passion Flower and Magnesium Carbonate, so it's really just going to make most people drowsy.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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