Zora 10 is a generic zolpidem from India. Supposedly. Its an orange tab made by an outfit called Cyril Labs in Mumbai. Avoid this stuff. It does not work like real ambien. I threw it away. Same goes for another Indian off brand called Zolfresh. It also came from Mumbai. It won't kill you; It just doesn't work. Thumbs down on meds from India.
Hi mastkids, how are you and hope you are having a good sleep now? Are you on any other medication presently except Ambien? There is lot of mixed reaction from the users of Zolpidem to help sleep, it has done wonders in few people while few are not satisfied with its use or the side effects of the drug and its dependence. Ambien is meant for short-term use and not for years. I would like to suggest you to consult a sleep doctor and discuss the other options for alternate drugs. Take care and share your thoughts.
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