Not a Placebo

As the U.S. importer of No-Jet-Lag, I'd like to respond to comments by Dr. Stuart R. Rose in the May 27 Her World column ("Taking What Comes Naturally to Repel Ailments on the Road"). Rose said of our product, "Basically, there's nothing in it."

Rose is obviously unaware that No-Jet-Lag was tested in a double-blind placebo-controlled trial and that it has been proven effective in a clinical trial that crossed 24 time zones and involved athletes who are also seasoned travelers. It was backed by a study of international flight attendants who found No-Jet-Lag effective.

The No-Jet-Lag trial showed that No-Jet-lag was effective. The following active ingredients are in No-Jet-Lag: Arnica, Bellis perennis, chamomilla, Cephaelis ipecacuanha and Lycopodium .

There is further technical information on jet lag, the flight attendant survey and techniques on how to reduce jet lag on the Web site http://www.nojetlag.com.

PETER O'MALLEY

Managing Director, Global Source

Los Gatos

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