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As an insomniac, I've looked into this myself, and found the following to be natural sleep-inducing foods (in no particular order): Cherries -- The tarter, the better. They have melatonin!! And they are great for desert. Chamomile Tea -- apparently it contains the chemical glycine, which helps relax muscles and nerves. Honey -- the natural sugar of honey ...


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Salvia is a herbal treatment with a long tradition for this indication. sage leaves The HMPC has classified sage leaves as a traditional herbal medicinal product. ESCOP: internally for increased secretion of sweat; externally for inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth and throat, gum inflammation. Commission E: internally for dyspeptic ...


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These are extracts and links: Other proposed treatments include saw palmetto extract (Serenoa Repens); prostaglandin analogs like latanoprost and bimatoprost, which may be cost prohibitive (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK430924/) Serenoa repens(commonly called Saw Palmetto) extracts promote hair regeneration and repair of hair loss mouse models by ...


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We cannot recommend medical treatments on this site. It's dangerous, especially in a situation where we're talking about symptomatic hypotension. I can offer you suggestions on where to go for answers: First, I recommend a relationship with a primary care physician. A very low baseline BP should be assessed, and precautions discussed with the patient. ...


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