Should You Take Remtyme If You Have Glaucoma

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Is is safe to take REMTyme sleeping pills if you have glaucoma?

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Verwon Says:

RemTyme is a natural supplement said to help with problems sleeping.

It contains L-Theanine, Melatonin, Magnesium, Chamomile, Passion Flower, Lemon Balm and Hops.

That said, since it is a supplement, rather than a medication, its side effects and interactions with other medications and medical conditions have not been studied.

Have you consulted your doctor on wether or not it is safe for you to use?

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Patrick Clelland Says:

Can you trust anyone that doesn't even know how to spell "weather"?

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Randolph Koder Says:

My friend, wether (mis-spelt) or weather (climate) as you spelt it in your written comment, "can you trust someone who cannot spell weather", is actually WHETHER - which means "whether or not". - sorry!

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