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No Jet Lag going or returning SFO to Thailand

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I recently spent 3 weeks in Thailand and used NoJetLag tablets as directed on the box. They worked fantastic. I arrived in Bangkok at 11am (9pm in Calif) and was able to stay up until 11pm that night. No fatigue. The same was true for the return trip 3 weeks later.

This is my 4th trip to Asia and in the past I was always wiped out for 3 or 4 days, before finding NoJetLag. It did not make me sleepy and there were no side effects. Fortunately I was able to sleep, on and off about 6 hrs total on the way there and for the return.

I purchased the NoJetLag tablets at SFO and the box is good for 50 hrs of travel, so that's about 2-3 international trips.

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