Or the size of the capsule! Many of the "natrual" supplements require more bulk. That is why I liked the earlier liquid form of Renewtrient before California forced it off the market.
At 08:03 AM 7/22/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I'd be interested in info about reasonably-priced sources of
>the same chemicals. I thought it wasn't so bad ($80/180 capsules) until I
>read the recommended dosage: 4-5 a night.
>It's amazing how many supplements are packaged that way. Unless
>there's some USE for 1/4 dose, it just looks like an attempt
>to make the price look better if you don't RTFP.
>On 21 Jul 99, at 17:27, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Melatonin is a very effective sleep agent, but SomatoPro does
>> a much better job of giving you a good nights sleep. Not only
>> will you sleep better (lots of REM) on SomatoPro, but you will
>> awake feeling much better than anythig else you available.
>> Please check the archives about a week ago, where I raved a bit
>> about all of the great qualititesof this stuff. That or feel free to
>> research the net on any info you can get on SomatoPro. Its the best thing
>> going for sleep, exercise, and just about anything else I can think of.
Ralph Lewis, Professor of Management and Human Resources College of Business
California State University, Long Beach
Long Beach, California