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Melatonin: are there any "test kits" which check Melatonin levels at home without sending samples to Lab?

 
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Melatonin: are there any "test kits" which check Melatonin levels at home without sending samples to Lab?
Are there any "test kits" which check melatonine levels at home without sending samples to laboratory? I tried to google but found nothing.
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11/19/2012 02:21 AM
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Re: Melatonin: are there any "test kits" which check Melatonin levels at home without sending samples to Lab?
Melatonin in the USA is over the counter supplement, usually shelved near the vitamins and supplements.

It's not harmful as far as I know.
I take it, my dad takes it and I even have 6 ferrets that take 1 mg each in the evening to keep certain natural ferret disorders in check.

I understand it is good for sleep and also prostrate cancer.

Here we take it for sleep, unless I need one of my big mambo Valiums to keep my husband from snoring me awake all night long. I'm a light sleeper and I rarely ever get enough quality deep "rim" sleep.
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Re: Melatonin: are there any "test kits" which check Melatonin levels at home without sending samples to Lab?
Thanks for reply. Melatonin is produced by pineal gland so I've ment that I need to check its "natural occuring" levels in my body. I don't need melatonin pills. I found some "Melatonin test kits" made in USA but they all require to send saliva samples to laboratory. I want to find a way to do it completely by my own at home because I can't send samples from Russia to USA (it is said that samples must be fresh enough).

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