Buchu Water Spring Distilled

by Buchulife
Code
00307710380022
Size:1.5l
R59.95
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Overview

  • A health tonic
  • Natural anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties
  • Promotes overall wellbeing

Description

A health tonic with significant natural anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties. Relieves symptoms of High blood pressure, Joint Pain/Gout, Fibrositis, Arthritis, Rheumatism, General inflammation, Kidney disorders, Liver disorders, Bladder infections, Cystitis/Prostatitis, PMS, Obesity, Water retention, Conditions related to blood sugar levels, Stomach Pain, Coughs and Colds

Ingredients

Spring Water Buchu (Agathosma betulina) extract.

Warnings

Buchu is a natural diuretic and should therefore be used with caution and under supervision by a medical doctor during pregnancy and lactation.

Directions

Adults: Take 250ml of undiluted Buchu water daily. Most beneficial to drink in the morning on an empty stomach.

Dietary Summary

  • No Artificial Flavouring
  • No Artificial Colours
  • Sugar Free
  • Organic
  • Preservative Free
  • No Added Sugar
 

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