Natural Sparkling Buchu Water

by Buchulife
Code
00298131267428
Size:500ml
R29.95
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Overview

  • Extracted from a rare south african herb
  • Naturally organic and packed with bioflavonoids
  • Naturally sugar free

Description

A refreshing sugar-free beverage, boasting naturally occurring antioxidants, bioflavonoids and vitamins sourced from the oil of the Buchu leaf, a scientifically proven natural anti-inflammatory and endemic specie to the Cape Floral Kingdom. An innovative alternative to hydration, BuchuLife Herbal Water promotes a healthy lifestyle wherever you go!

Ingredients

?Formulated buchu oil, carbonated spring water. (no sugar, no preservatives).

Warnings

?Do not use if pregnant, lactating or diagnosed with low blood pressure.

Dietary Summary

  • South African Made
  • Sugar Free
  • Organic
 

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