UTI Relief

by Buchulife
Code
00015910438081
Size:40s
R174.95
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Overview

  • Supports female Urinary Tract Health
  • Help eliminate infection and inflammation
  • With Buchu & Flaxseed oil

Description

BuchuLife UTI RELIEF is scientifically formulated to aid in the treatment of cystitis, bladder and other urinary tract infections. UTI RELIEF contains the potent bioflavonoids quercitin, rutin, hesperidin, diosmin as well as diosphenol and Vitamins A, B and E. Unlike other alkalines which merely neutralise pH levels, BuchuLife UTI RELIEF acts as a natural antibiotic, eliminating infection and inflammation at the source.

Ingredients

Buchulife Soft Gel Caps are prepared from naturally sourced ingredients: Buchu Oil 10mg and Flaxseed Oil 365mg.

Warnings

Do not use if pregnant or lactating or diagnosed with low blood pressure. Always consult your doctor or health practitioner. 

Directions

Two softgel capsules taken up to three times per day for rapid relief and prevention. Not meal dependent.
 

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