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LACHESIS COMPLEX # 122 MENOPAUSE LEHNING is a homeopathic medicine traditionally used in the homeopathic treatment of menopausal disorders.
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Lachesis mutus COMPLEX # 122 MENOPAUSE Oral drops, solution
Indications of Lachesis mutus complex # 122 Menopause LEHNING
Homeopathic medicine traditionally used in the homeopathic treatment of menopausal disorders.
Complex composition of Lachesis mutus # 122 Menopause LEHNING
Dose of Lachesis mutus complex # 122 Menopause LEHNING
20 drops, 3 times a day.
To take in a little water, preferably between meals.
Presentation of complex Lachesis mutus # 122 Menopause LEHNING
30 ml bottle.
Authorized No. 17 603 21 546 b-Drug
If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
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