Nutripur - Fluxobile - Product description
What is Fluxobile by Nutripur?
Fluxobile is a complete program for the liver in the form of oral blisters.
What does Floxobile do?
Flux-o-bile from Nutripur is a natural product
Good for Fatigue, anxiety and depression
Recommended for detoxification product cures and treatment
Promotes healthy liver
Removes harmful toxins
Its liquid form works effectively on the liver to eliminate toxins while acting quickly on indigestion. A healthy liver helps to protect digestiges difficulties, depression and constant fatigue. With a healthy liver, you can regain control of your life. Flux-o-bile is also recommended for cures detoxification and purification.
Flux-o-bile involved in the elimination of bile, improves the functioning of the liver, gallbladder and kidneys. A 20-day program is recommended four times a year, chque change of season.
Who should use Fluxobile?
Fluxobile is recommended in the first place to people with liver problems. In addition, Flux-o-bile is highly recommended before starting a weight loss program or before planning a pregnancy.
Composition of Flux-o-bile
Active ingredient Flux-o-bile;
Each vial contains 10ml:
Black radish root - 500.0 mg
Boldo Leaf - 210.0 mg
Artichoke Leaf - 200.0 mg
Dandelion Root - 90.0 mg
100% organic, certified Ecocert
No coloring, flavor, sweeteners, or preservatives. No nuts, dairy, eggs, gluten, but sulfites, MSG, solvents or contaminants.
Dosage of Flux-o-bile;
Seasonal program 20 days to cleanse the liver (adults), take one bulb in half a glass (125ml) of warm water or juice 30 minutes before breakfast.
Please refer to the leaflet in the packaging for instructions.
You can also use Flux-o-bile during indigestion after a meal.
Note: to get the proper dosage for children and teenager, it is suggested to consult your doctor.
Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women and young children. Consult a health professional before taking Flux-o-bile natural herbal supplement.
Not recommended for those already prennant regular medication. Consult your family doctor.