Triple Complex Nico Tonic
Dosage form: tablet
Ingredients: SODIUM PHOSPHATE, DIBASIC ANHYDROUS 6[hp_X], SODIUM CHLORIDE 6[hp_X], POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, DIBASIC 6[hp_X]
Labeler: W LAST CC
NDC Code: 50048-093
Relieves irritability, restlessness and tension while you quit smoking
Indications: Homeopathic mood remedy for the ‘short fuse’ syndrome associated with nicotine withdrawal.
Dosage: Acute: Chew or dissolve 2-4 tablets in the mouth every hour when needed or until symptoms subside. Chronic: 2-4 tablets 3 times daily.
Caution: If symptoms persist or worsen, a health care professional should be consulted. Keep this and all medicines from the reach of children.
Ingredients: Each dose contains equal parts of biochemic tissue salts: Nat phos (6X) (HPUS), Nat mur (6X) (HPUS), Kali phos (6X) (HPUS)
Lactose (inactive ingredient).
If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use.
Contains no gluten, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Safe for all ages and during pregnancy.
All Native Remedies health products are especially formulated by experts in the field of natural health and are manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards for maximum safety and effectiveness. For more information, visit us at www.nativeremedies.com
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The letters HPUS indicate that the component(s) in this product is (are) officially monographed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.
Keep this and all medicines from the reach of children.
|TRIPLE COMPLEX NICO TONIC
nat phos , nat mur , kali phos tablet
|Labeler - W LAST CC (567284153)|
|Registrant - W LAST CC (567284153)|
|W LAST CC||567284153||manufacture|
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