• Liverol-Z Sugar free tonic

    Liverol-Z Sugar free tonic

    Indications:

    Cirrhosis of the liver
    Gallstones & colic’s
    Hepatitis
    Inflammation of liver
    Inflammation of the excretory organs.
    Jaundice
    Liver disorders
    Liver enlargement
    Vomiting

    Composition:

    120ml contain: 10ml=9.266g

    Active ingredients:

    Berberis vulgaris Dil D4…………….. 0.24g
    Carduus marianus Dil D6……………0.36g
    Chelidonium majus Dil D8…………..0.48g
    Cholestrinum Dil D6………………….0.36g
    China officinalis Dil D8………………1.24g
    Juglans cinerea Dil D3………………2.18g
    Quassia amara MT…………………..1.24g
    Leptendra virginica Dil D2…………..0.25g
    Taraxacum officinale Dil D3……….. 2.24g

    In-active ingredients:

    Alcohol content: < 5% v/v
    Sorbitol
    Purified water

    Direction to use:

    Adult:
    Acute conditions use 1 Tablespoon (15ml) 5 times a day.
    Chronic conditions use 1 Tablespoon (15ml) 3 times a day.

    Children Age under 15:
    Acute conditions use 1 Teaspoon (5ml) 4 times a day.
    Chronic conditions use 1 Teaspoon (5ml) 3 times a day.
    Or as directed by your physician.
    Any opacities occurring in the liquid have no influence on the medicine efficacy.

    Drug Facts & Compositions

    Berberis vulgaris Dil D4 (Barberry):
    Diseases of the liver and gall bladder. Liver troubles with sticking pains in region of gall bladder. Pains in the region, Pressure in the liver, Gallstone pains. Shooting pains in the hepatic region; recurrent biliary colic, cholangitis with obstructive jaundice.

    Carduus marianus Dil D6 (St.Mary’s thistle):
    Hepatobiliary diseases. Liver engorged, swollen and pain. Cirrhosis of liver with general edema. Jaundice with dull headache. Hyperemia of liver.

    Chelidonium majuus Dil D8 (Greater celandine):
    Swelling of the liver with sensation of pressure on liver and bile vesicle and extending to right shoulder blade, cholagogue. Hypoglycemia, Jaundice due to hepatic and gallbladder obstruction, Gallbladder colic.

    Cholestrinum Dil D6 (Cholesterol):
    Liver diseases and raised levels of cholesterol in the blood.

    China officinalis Dil D8 (Peruvian bark):
    Liver and spleen swollen, gallstone colics, yellow skin and conjunctiva, jaundice, Hepatitis with exhaustion, swelling and induration of liver, liver weakness, Pain in hepatic region.

    Juglans cinerea Dil D3 (Butternut):
    Liver disorders, Gallstones, soreness in region of liver, stitches in hepatic region, pain in the hypochondrium, burning in abdomen after stool.

    Leptendra virginica Dil D2 (Culver’s root):
    Acute liver conditions. Dull, burning aching in liver, worse near gallbladder. Liver swollen transversely. periodical liver derangement, bilious state, gallstone, jaundice. Portal veins congestion.

    Quassia amara Dil MT (Quassia wood):
    Liver diseases, weak digestion. Cirrhosis of liver with ascties, dyspepsia, very acute sticking in hepatic region, followed by dull pain.

    Taraxacum officinale Dil D3 (Dandelion):
    Inflammation and diseases of the hepatobiliary system. Liver enlargement and induration, pain in the liver region; icteric skin.

    Warnings:

    Side effects: None known

    Interaction with other medicaments: None know

    As with any drug, ask a doctor before use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a physician if
    Symptoms persist for more than 48 hours or worsen.

    Keep this and all medicines out of reach of children.

    Persistent condition of symptoms may be a sign of serious condition.
    Do not use if the product bottle seal is broken or missing.

    Question and comments:

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    Keep it in a cool & dry place.
    Shake well before use.
    Store at 30 °C or lower

    Disclaimer:

    This product is formulated and prepared under the method of Homoeopathic Pharmacopeia.

    Referrals:

    Lotus materia medica 3rd Edition, Robin Murphy,ND
    Concordant Materia medica , Boriicke boger, Clarke lippe, Phatak pulford.
    Homoeopathic  Materia medica & repertory, W.Boericke,MD.

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