Alternatives to Epiphysinum
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Epiphysinum is a discontinued homeopathic remedy made by naturopathic subsidiary UNDA under Seroyal International Inc, which has corporate ties to Nestle, and manages professional health product brands like Genestra and Pharmax. Like many homeopathic remedies, Epiphysinum is specialized and fulfills a niche demand for alternatives to pharmaceutical hypnotics and sleep therapies. Epiphysinum’s active ingredient contains what is internationally referred to as Orycyolagus Cuniculus Bone, the processed skeletal material of the European rabbit. Though concentrations of active ingredients remain somewhat enigmatic, patients habituated with the benefits of Epiphysinum swear by this product and can encounter great challenges when attempting its acquisition through conventional means like retail or online ordering.
Since this product’s suspension an even more obscure demand for an alternative has emerged. This niche demand compounds in aggregate and creates a disparate and decentralized population of buyers looking to relieve their symptoms without the use of industrial pharmacology. Few resources are available to those for whom the need arises. Homeopathic remedies are often in limited or inconsistent supply and sparse of any comprehensive detail regarding their access. Certain retailers and distributors have occupied decent market positions by catering to this demand but often end up playing matchmaker between frantic sufferers and their long lost remedies or the purveyors thereof.
So what then are any reasonable naturopathic alternatives to Epiphysinum? Epiphysinum is said to interact with the human pineal gland, which mediates sleep patterns by producing hormones fundamental for sleep like melatonin and serotonin. Natural melatonin supplements are popular sleep-saving heuristics and are widely available in a variety of forms. Taking other similar substances containing sleep regulating hormones will also affect the circadian rhythm of anybody’s prognosis, and will be the first and most accessible recommendation for an alternative to Epiphysinum.
We contacted Seroyal International Inc, and their consultation advised us of the following alternatives to Epiphysinum, which may either interact with the pineal gland, or affect neuromodulators:
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