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Mon Dec 4 11:22:34 EST 1995
hoschek at JEEVES.UCSD.EDU (Gisela Hoschek) wrote:
>>> Gisela Hoschek (hoschek at JEEVES.UCSD.EDU) wrote:
>>> : To keep the discussion going I would like to add my experience. I only took
>>> : melatonin twice, seeking help to fall asleep. I used a formulation of 2.5
>>> : mg melatonin with 500 microgram Vitamin B-6 per tablet, sublingual. My
>>> : experience was not pleasant.
>>>B-6 causes you to dream alot and remember them. CUT. Ron Blue>
>>Yes, I had a very vivid, scary, and repeating dream. But why is B-6
>>included with Melatonin?
If I remember correctly (maybe an 80% likelihood), Adele Davis
reported that vivid dreams associated with B6 actually resulted from
not taking magnesium with the vitamin. At least in some people,
magnesium is essential when taking B6.
Anyone know anything else about this?
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