I would generally say that you should stay on the side of caution when dealing with anti snoring pills (and actually for any kind of pills for that matter) because there are a lot of things the governments of all countries do not regulate and for some chemicals there are also very grey borderline legislations. Often, with pills for snoring or other kind of pills it might be the case that not all ingredients are written on the label or are hidden under some category like “proprietary blend / mix”. This would be especially true the more recent the medicine is.
What could be a good indicator of safety for snoring pills?
Anti snoring pills - Safe to buy?
One of the ways to protect yourself is to understand the basics of how anti snoring pills cure snoring in theory, because if you then see some pills claiming that they do something totally different this would be an indicator for you to beware. As you may have seen in my explanation article on that topic anti snoring pills mainly focus on cleaning up the congestion and reduce inflammation, so these two are the major, or actually the only, things you would expect to see on whatever product you are considering to purchase. Now this is not to say that there might not be another way, but, at present, this is the only known way, so any product claiming otherwise should first prove that their way works.
The more opinions you have on anti snoring pills the safer for you
This is true of course for anything, but if you do have some pills for snoring which you are considering to purchase then Google their name or look in Amazon. Read sites like this one to learn from snoring reviews that people write and look at customer feedback published on different sites. The more people you see in different places saying positive things then the higher will be the chances of your success and safety.
Any other safety checks that you could make?
There are always more ways you can increase your safety chances. You could:
Ask your doctor about those snoring pills
Ask the pharmacist who are usually very familiar with both the medicines and hear first handed complaints of the people about different drugs
Go online and ask in different snoring and sleep apnea forums about them or better first just Google in those forums because maybe someone has already had this question and it was answered
Lastly, you could ask friends or family if they might have heard any stories from others or from the news about those pills
So to conclude I think anti snoring pills are definitely a viable snoring solution, but should be approached with cautious attitude because profit seeking companies could put all sort of nonsense into those pills. However, once a proven formula is out there then, among other snoring solutions it would certainly be very welcome.