Jet lag. Sigh! Who would blame you if you went to sleep in the middle of a meeting, missed your cue shots, took a nap on the tennis courts or screwed up a multi-million dollar deal with your snores? Medical Help for weary woes
It`s not easy getting your body clock to adjust to the new local time. Now here`s an innocuous little pill that seems to prevent jet lag. More importantly, it achieves this simply and safely (or so we hear). Melatonin? Not quite.
The pill (not surprisingly) is called `No-Jet-Lag`. It was developed in New Zealand a decade ago to help the crew of its international airlines cope with the huge time zone changes experienced by them. `No-Jet-Lag` is a homeopathic concoction that appears to work for many people. It has very low doses of herbal/medicinal remedies like daisy, chamomile, clubmoss and leopard`s bane.
For a small sum, you get 30 small tasteless white tablets. You swallow one tablet just before your plane takes off and one every two hours for the rest of the flight. Somehow, your inner clock sneaks over into the new time. You`re ready for bed when the locals are and ready to rise and shine when it`s reveille.
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for scientific documentation of the product. The pills are available at airports, pharmacies and hotels.