The main side effect of this medication is sleep and rest, which plays a very important role in the healing process. Usually, within an hour or so after taking a dose, the oil is telling you to lay down and relax. Don’t try to fight the oils sleepy effects, just lay down and get comfortable, then allow the oil to give you the rest and relaxation you require to heal properly. The effects of the oil may cause your mind to wander a bit and often patients will be somewhat unsteady on their feet when they begin to use this medication. But as the patient builds up their tolerance, these effects will diminish quickly. Usually within 3 to 4 weeks, the daytime tiredness associated with this treatment after the patient takes their dosage just fades away, but the patient continues to sleep very well at night.
(n=673) Incidence (discontinuation) Placebo
(n=339) Incidence Body As A Whole Orthostatic Effects () Syncope () Chest Pain () Fatigue () Abdominal Pain () Asthenia () Cardiovascular Hypotension () Orthostatic Hypotension () Angina Pectoris () Myocardial Infarction () Digestive Diarrhea () Nausea () Vomiting () Nervous/Psychiatric Dizziness () Headache () Vertigo () Respiratory Cough () Bronchitis () Dyspnea () Pneumonia () Skin Rash () Urogenital Urinary Tract Infection ()