SOURCE: Nelson's Rescue Sleep

September 14, 2006 15:35 ET

Americans Spend Billions on Sleep Drugs and Products, But Could Natural Remedies Be More Effective?

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 14, 2006 -- The U.S. spends $2.5 billion on prescription sleeping pills alone, leading Americans to search for the next miracle pill of sleep. However, with the increased concern of side effects from some prescription products, many are turning to all-natural remedies that have been extremely popular at major drugstores in Europe for decades and used by celebrities including Jennifer Aniston and Salma Hayek.

One such remedy, "Rescue Sleep," consists of an all-natural blend of flower remedies, is much cheaper than prescription drugs and poses no risk of side effects. Brand new on the store shelves this month, it is formulated from White Chestnut, a natural botanical extract proven to help relax and calm the mind. It's not a narcotic, is non-addictive and has been available since 1936.

Video with this release includes:

-    Soundbites from Alica Sirkin, Sleep Counsellor
-    Soundbites from Carolyn Camburn, Former Insomniac
-    Footage of Nelson’s Rescue Sleep and people using it
-    Footage of people tossing and turning in bed
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