Liddell DETOX EMF Homeopathic Electromagnetic Radiation Relief Remedy, 1 fl oz

$19.29

Liddell DETOX EMF Homeopathic Electromagnetic Radiation Relief Remedy, 1 fl oz

Description

Liddell DETOX EMF Homeopathic Electromagnetic Radiation Relief Remedy, 1 fl oz

Detox EMF may relieve symptoms of EMF radiation such as fatigue, headache, disturbed sleep, confusion.

SPRAY YOUR WAY TO HEALTH®

Oral sprays, a Liddell innovation, are the modern and better way to deliver medication. Here’s why:

  • FAST ABSORPTION
  • EASY TO SWALLOW
  • ACCURATE-DOSE SPRAY PUMP
  • CONVENIENT
  • NO KNOWN NEGATIVE SIDE EFFECTS
  • NO KNOWN CONTRAINDICATIONS
  • NO KNOWN DRUG INTERACTIONS
  • ABOUT A ONE-MONTH SUPPLY

Uses

Detoxifies the body and may temporarily relieve symptoms of electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation exposure, such as:

  • recurring fatigue
  • disturbed sleep
  • nausea
  • frequent headaches
  • mental confusion**

Active Ingredients

  • Argentum nitricum 30C
  • Arnica montana 3X
  • Baptisia tinctoria 3X
  • Cinchona officinalis 6X
  • Galium aparine 3X
  • Hepar suis 6X
  • Natrum carbonicum 200C
  • Korean ginseng 1X
  • Phosphoricum acidum 3X
  • Phosphorus 12X
  • Rhododendron chrysanthum 30C
  • Strontium carbonicum12X
  • Sulfur iodatum 200C
  • Thuja occidentalis 200C
  • X-Ray 200C

Inactive Ingredients

  • Organic alcohol 20% v/v
  • Purified water

Directions

Adults and children over 12: Spray twice under the tongue three times per day for one month. For the next three months use same dosage one week per month.

Children 12 and under: Consult a Doctor prior to use.

Warnings

Do not use if you have ever had an allergic reaction to this product or any of its ingredients. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist, worsen or if new symptoms occur. Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or call a Poison Control Center right away. If pregnant or breast feeding, ask a doctor before using product.

Additional Info

Store at room temperature.
**Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.