|Company name:||Green Pharmaceuticals|
|Business address:||591 Constitution Ave, Camarillo, CA 93012|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
SnoreStop FastTabs are all natural pills that are supposed to keep you from snoring. The main causes of snoring are physical for the most part, so I’m always a little skeptical of products like this. You should be too. It could save you both time and money.
These pills are supposed to work in several different ways to keep you from snoring. This is no surprise considering that this is a homeopathic remedy. The main ways that caught my attention were mucus reduction, anti-inflammatory action, and a natural anti-histamine.
The big idea is to reduce any swelling that may be going on in your throat and reduce the size of all its structures and the impact of any fluids passing through. Since that is what these pills were made to treat, they can’t help many snorers. Few people snore because of mucus or inflammation.
If you snore because of your jaw or tongue then these pills will not be able to help you. The only people I can think of that they could help is someone who is sick.
SnoreStop FastTabs are made by a company called Green Pharmaceuticals. This business is not BBB accredited. In this case I would let that go. The reason I say that is because homeopathic products are regulated by the FDA.
Please do not confuse that with FDA approval. This simply means that the FDA makes sure that the product is not harmful before it is allowed to be sold. The FDA is not vouching for the effectiveness of the product; they are just saying it is safe to try.
You can pick these pills up for under $15. That’s pretty reasonable for a full month’s supply. They might be a good idea to keep around during cold and flu season.
Beyond the fact that this product is homeopathic, the only other thing that stands out is that it has 5 ways it is supposed to work. Also, this is not a regular pill. Maybe you are familiar with the term sublingual. Sublingual pills are made to dissolve while you hold them in your mouth.
However, this product isn’t exactly what I would call sublingual. It is more of a chewable tablet that can also be left in your mouth until you absorb it. The directions instruct you to take one tablet half an hour before bed and another one when you are ready to go to sleep.
A dosing schedule like this may not be ideal for some people, especially if you sometimes fall asleep in front of the TV at night.
Although clinical studies have been conducted, I am always more interested in how things work in the real world. After all, I’m assuming that you will be trying to stop snoring in the real world and not a clinical setting.
What real users have to say is not very positive. For the most part everyone agrees that these tablets do not work. This is probably due to the fact that they were made to treat problems that the majority of snorers do not have.
If I had to guess, I would say that these pills will not do much, if anything for you. The only exception would be if you are snoring because of allergies or illness. That is the only time I would suggest them.
SnoreStop FastTabs may be natural, they may be cheap, but I cannot recommend them to the majority of people. Their biggest downfall is that they were made to treat things that are not an issue for most snorers.
If you are snoring because of mucus or an allergy then you could give them a shot. Other than that it would just be a waste of time and money to try them.
The price isn’t anything to write home about either. It’s definitely not expensive at $12.99 for a month’s supply, but most comparable products are right around that price too.