Does seem to work!
I suffer from RLS and usually all that helps is strong over the counter pain killers. I have tried this in conjunction with pain killers and also without. If I leave it too late and my legs are playig up it only slightly helps but if before I go to bed and i know there will be an issue, I will have 4 sprays amd my legs are fine! Im sure if used as directed that there will be no issues at all. I have suffered with RLS since I was 10 and Im now 29 so its good that a natural therapy seems to help! :)
cheap, seems to work
horrible taste but you get used to it :)
Questions & Answers
Is it ok to take this medication if you have had a heart surgery?
Hello Sandy. I'm not sure whether RLR is ok for someone who has heart surgery or not. RLR is a relaxant for sure as one sleeps quite well after taking just four drops under the tongue at night and it puts a stop to the 'twitching' legs. However, best to check with your doctor or Martin & Pleasance direct. You may find though that your doctor has never heard of this medication so will probably tell you to not take it. Better also then to check direct with Martin & Pleasance. I find them very helpful. Best of luck.
If one has had a severe allergic reaction to the rhus tree would “Restless Leg Relief” also produce allergic reaction?? Jen
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