Suitable for Vegetarians


Higher Nature Neversnore is a supplement that is formulated with enzymes and herbs and has many users! Not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 6 years.

When one falls asleep, the body's muscles relax. This muscle relaxation causes the airways to get smaller, which results in snoring. The plant enzymes Protease, Amylase, Lipase and Cellulase in NeverSnore are able to break down a wide range of substances. When taken on an empty stomach, the enzymes act to dissolve secretions including mucous, allowing the body to reabsorb them. The results of this exclusive combination is a more open and smoother airflow through the nose and throat. In simple words, taking NeverSnore helps stop snoring.

Other things that may help reduce/stop snoring: The bedroom may have excessive amounts of dust, bugs, molds and animal fur. Feather pillows, dusty bedding, carpeting and ventilation ducts are common allergenic factors in the bedroom. The offending area should be cleaned frequently or removed. Food allergies such as wheat and dairy can cause sinus congestion leading to snoring. Exercise and weight loss will improve the ease of breathing for obese people.

Vegetarian and Vegan formula

Benefits of Neversnore:

  • Unique blend of enzymes and herbs to aid restful sleep
  • Has helped numerous users
  • Frequently, snoring is caused by blocked nasal passages
  • Protease, bromelain and cellulose enzymes assist breakdown of mucus

Dosage: Take 1-3 capsules a day, depending on body weight.

Side Effects: Not suitable during pregnancy or for children under 6 years. Store out of reach of children.

One capsule typically provides: 50mg Protease 4mg Peptidase 4mg Cellulase 40mg Amylase 3.85mg Lipase 50mg MSM, 100mg Acerola fruit extract, 30mg Sage leaf extract, 25.5mg Bromelain (765,000 FCCPU) (51GDU) 25mg Cayenne pepper 25mg Elderflower 20mg Fenugreek seed. Does not contain sugar, salt, yeast, lactose, dairy products, artificial preservatives, colours or flavourings.

Product Code: HIN1170

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