Malcolm Harker Sniffle Juice
Sniffle Juice is an organic iron rich blackberry lung syrup for breathlessness, children's colds, flu and sniffles , low immunity, low blood-iron, asthma, whooping cough, vaccine reactions, mild bacteria / viral infections.
An excellent pleasant tasting lung elixir and nutritional blood-iron tonic in one – 1075 Sniffle Juice is gentle enough for consumption by children and elderly people. This fast, double acting, iron-rich elixir is lavish in organic blackberries to support lung oxygen capacity, breathing and provide vital nutrients. Celtic Sea Salt also provides valuable minerals, while added herbs and oils help to clear mucus from the lungs.
Adult: 5 - 10ml, 4 - 6 times daily.Child:1/2 dose, 4 - 6 times daily. Baby: 1/4 dose, 3 - 4 times daily.
Aniseed, jojoba, lemon oil, menthol oil, peppermint oil, spearmint, blackberry fruit, licorice, carrageen (Irish Moss) (Chondrus crispus), celtic sea salt, Citric acid, Glycerine (veg), Iodine, U.V. Light-Treated Rain Water
DirectionsBest taken straight by 1 to ½ teaspoon straight or by drops for infants. Can be taken in 50mls of boiled water as a tea.
Avoid – mucus-forming foods such as gluten, egg-white, chocolate, sugar, dairy, polyunsaturated oils, regular salt. Adopt – gluten-free grain foods, whole foods (greens, fruits, nuts, seeds), unprocessed coconut oil, 1022 Celtic & NZ Sea Salt with kelp, oxygen-rich water. For best results use with 825 Verm-ez for 1 – 2 weeks. Swill prior to swallowing.
Shake well 5 - 6 times up-ended to remix.
Shake bottle vigorously prior to each dose. To accustom to product take a ¼ to ½ dose for the first 2 or 3 days. If taking prescribed medication, consult with your Doctor prior to using ‘Malcolm Harker’ herbal tonics. Avoid coffee or tea for ¼ hour before and after dose.
Do not exceed stated dose. Keep out of reach of children. While some sources suggest that some ingredients contained in this product should not be taken during pregnancy, Malcolm Harker M.H.D. considers that this product may be taken during pregnancy if the dose is reduced to a ¼ of the recommended dosage during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy or when attempting conception.
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