SCROFULARY EFG 125ml PhytoFrance

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EFG PhytoFrance SCROFULAR 125ml reconditioned
Food supplement based on SCROFULAIRE fluid extract (Standardized and stabilized)

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EFG PhytoFrance SCROFULAR 125ml reconditioned

Food supplement based on Scrofulaire fluid extract (Standardized and stabilized) Alcohol-free
EFG are fluid extracts, produced from selected plants whose origin is traced.
They are obtained according to a patented process that respects the integrity of the plant. These extracts are standardized and ensure a constant and stable content of active ingredients.

Properties of the EFG PhytoFrance Scrofulaire

- Psoriasis
- Chronic osteoarthritis
- Osteo-articular disorders
Tips for using the PhytoFrance EFG Scrofulaire EPS

5 ml of SCREEN PHRENOUS EPS, 1 to 2 times / day (dosing pipette provided in the case)

Duration of the supplementation: 9 to 18 days. To renew according to needs.
To be taken outside of meals, to be diluted in a large glass of water, or a fruit juice.
Precautions for EFG PhytoFrance Scrofulaire

Contraindication: Pregnant woman, child under 12 years, Peptic ulcer, Severe cardiac insufficiency

This dietary supplement can not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Excess use may result in laxative effects.
To consume preferably before end and number of batch mentioned on the lower face of the holster.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.

Composition of the EFG PhytoFrance Scrofulaire

Scrofulairea extract - Scrofularia nodosa. (Aerial parts), stabilized in glycerine of vegetable origin.

EFG PhytoFrance or Standardized Fresh Plant Extract are obtained by the extraction process " EFG " which respects the integrity and completeness of the active ingredients present in the plant.

We suggest you to prepare your PhytoFrance EFG blends , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath .

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