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					PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATING MEDICINE
                                    GUNA-NONI
                                           Dietary supplement




                                    USES
                                                         A blend of 13 herbal extracts helps
                                             recovery from seasonal illness.



          RESPIRATORY, COLD & FLU
                                    DIRECTION
                                                       Adults and Children 6 years and over: 1
                                             dosage cup 3 times a day.
                                                       Children under 6 years: 1/2 adults
                                             dosage.



                                    INGREDIENTS

                                              Water; Noni; Fructose syrup; Ethyl alcohol (6%); Yellow Starwort; Cowslip; Common
                                              Mallow; Corn Poppy; English Plantain; Rosemary; Great Valley Gumweed; Maiden
                                              Hair Fern; Round-leaf Sundew; Licorice; Curry Bush; Horehound; Royal Jelly;
                                              Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose; Stabilan (preservative).




                                    PACKAGE SIZE
                                               150 ml / 5.07 fl. oz. bottle



                                    MOST COMMON COMBINATIONS
                                    For temporary relief in case of:

                                              Productive cough, particularly                  Guna-Noni
                                              during influenza.                               + Guna-Flu

                                              Productive cough in patients
                                                                                              Guna-Cough
                                              affected by recurrent forms of
                                                                                              + Citomix
                                              catarrhal bronchitis.

                                              Catarrhal cough and bronchitis Guna-Cough
                                              in smokers.                    + Matrix

                                              Persistent cough in immuno-
                                                                              Guna-Cough
                                              deficient patients, accompanied
                                                                              + Eubioflor
                                              by intestinal dysbiosis.

                                              Catarrhal bronchitis and cough Guna-Cough
                                              with fever.                    + Guna-Flam

                                                                                              Guna-Cough
                                              Post-nasal drip indued cough.
                                                                                              + Guna-Sinus
                                                                                              Guna-Cough
                                              Allergic cough.                                 + Guna-Allergy-Treat
                                                                                              (+Guna-Allergy-Prev)

				
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