something like melatonin i can with cymbalta

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what is something like melatonin that i can safety take with cymbalta 

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    There are two supplements that I was told to take for melatonin by my Oncologist.  One wqas kefir which I mentioned on another link or topic.  Kefir has a ho9rmone called Kefirin and it is the main ingredient in mothers milk to help baby sleep.  I was an insomniac until I started drinking Raw milk grass fed cows milk.  Also Tart Red Cherry Juice contains natural Melatonin.  It has to be 100% Tart Red Cherry juice,  no sugar or water added.  It is sour-do not add sugar-drink it with organic all apple,apple juice, 100% mulberry juice, warm milk or cold kefir.  I like to put about 4 oz in a organic smoothie.  I take the raw cherry juice and pout it into an ice tray or take an ice tray and put blueberries in it then top off with cherry juice-I also put organic mangos in the freezer (sliced) and after they freeze I put in a freezer bag along with frozen organic strawberries-is it berries or berrys?  anyway every night I make a smoothie and or a warm miolk toddy using tart cherry and it puts me right to sleep and has a sedating warm good feeling.  I hope this helps you.  It has no interactons with any medications I know of but you might want to make sure.  Good luck  
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      people put those little angry faces on their posts like they have something to say.  Don't worry about it.  

      Natural Melatonin can be found in tart cherry juice as long as it is all natural and no sugar added detour.  there are many other supplements  that have no ill effects with cymbalta and you can easily google those.  This forum is for discussion and folks to help others so don't let anyone who thinks they are a 6 star winner scare you off.  o

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