About three weeks ago, I tried a product called "Seriphos." At first it made me very lethargic, even sedated. So I started dividing the capsules into fourths, then eighths. For three glorious weeks, I slept like a baby, (while taking the Seriphos along with one quarter of a Xanax and Magnesium Citrate each night). Then I started having early waking again, and a weird rise in blood pressure. So reluctantly, I stopped the Seriphos. But my blood pressure has been acting oddly - jumping up as high as 140 over 90, then dropping down to 110 over 80. For four days straight, I have been worried as it climbed and dropped. One thing that stays constant, is the fact that the bottom number remains high. I used to be pretty steady at 120 over 80, or lower. I am beginning to regret ever trying the Seriphos, as I believe it is responsible for this. I had been following my cardiologist's recommendations to include extra salt in my diet, but now I am afraid to eat it, meaning I am back to feeling absolutely lousy all over again, and scared because I don't know what to do now. If I see my regular doctor, he will probably put me on some dangerous blood pressure medication ( I already tried two back when my heart was misbehaving badly) and I don't want to take them again because it made things worse. Has anyone else had adverse affects from taking Seriphos? If so, did things get back to your "normal" normal? And if you did anything for it, what did you do? Thanks!