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Stressbiol 20 ml.

Stressbiol 20 ml.
Stressbiol 20 ml.
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  • Brands Farbiol
  • Model 1529
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ORAL SOLUTION FOR THE CONTROL OF RESPIRATORY PROCESSES AND ASSOCIATED DIGESTIVE

PROPERTIES:

OREGANO: Powerful antimicrobial: antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral. Reduces pain, anti-inflammatory, general tonic, appetite stimulant, Immune stimulant.
EUCALYPTUS: expectorant, pulmonary decongestant, mucolytic.
PINE: antiseptic, expectorant that fluidizes bronchial secretions.
ROMERO: antispasmodic (attack of cough), general tonic, expectorant, mucolytic, analgesic.
MELALEUCA QUINQUENERVIA: powerful antiseptic of mucous membranes (lungs, kidneys ...) antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, expectorant, decongestant, fluidifies secretions, antispasmodic.
LEMON: General stimulant, strengthens the organism weakened by repeated infectious diseases, antioxidant.
POPPY: sedative, antitussive astringent (decreases secretions).
GRINDELIA: expectorant, balsamic (has sedative properties), antitussive, antispasmodic.
HYSSOPUS OFFICINALIS L: expectorant, antitussive, stimulant.
VITAMIN C: general tonic, immune stimulant, antioxidant.
 
COMPOSITION
Essential oils of oregano, eucalyptus, pine, rosemary, melaleuca quinquenervia, lemon, poppy, grindelia, hyssopus officinalis L and vitamin C
 
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Crude protein: <1%; Crude fiber: 2.3%; Oils and crude fats: 0.2%; Crude ashes: 10%; Sodium: 0%; Lysine: 0%

METHOD OF USE AND DOSAGE
Oral administration, mixed with drinking water or directly by mouth, at a rate of 3-5 ml per liter of drinking water.
Its use is recommended for 5-7 days. In cases of longer use renew the water completely.
 
PRESENTATION
20 ml.

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