Does the Chill Pill work, for real?

Does the Chill Pill work, for real?

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If you can’t stop asking yourself “does the chill pill work?”, we invite you to check out these 3rd-party studies that explain and validate the effectiveness of our technology—Electrotherapy Stimulation!

NeuroRehabilitation, Daniel Kirsch PhD & Ray Smith

"As a recognized non-drug treatment of anxiety, depression and insomnia, CES gained its first major application..."

Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Daniel Kirsch PhD & Francine Nichols RN, PhD

"Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is a US Food and Drug Administration–approved, prescriptive, noninvasive electromedical treatment that has been shown to decrease anxiety, insomnia, and depression significantly."

Journal of Neurotherapy, Marshall. Gilula MD & Daniel Kirsch PhD

"The results suggest there is sufficient data to show that CES technology has equal or greater efficacy for the treatment of depression compared to antidepressant medications, with fewer side effects."

Clinical & Experimental Research, Richard Schmitt PhD, Thomas Capos BS, EMn Boyd MD

"Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is reported to be an effective treatment for anxiety..."

Journal of Affective Disorders, Timothy H. Barclay & Raymond Barclay

"CES significantly decreases anxiety and comorbid depression. Subjects reported no adverse events during the study."

Journal of Pain & Symptom Management, Sriram Yennurajalingam MD, MS, FAAHPM & Eduardo Bruera MD

"Cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) is a safe modulation of brain activity for treating depression, anxiety, insomnia, and pain."

Seen enough? We thought so!

That’s why we believe in the Chill Pill as a valuable, reliable solution for so many mental ailments.

It’s got science, it’s got an adorably comfortable design, and it’s got the results to back it all up!

Try yours today, risk-free!

See results within the first 2 weeks or your money back, no questions asked.

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