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Lobelia Inflata
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Lobelia Inflata

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R101.00



TRADITIONAL BENEFITS & USES

· Asthma

· Bronchitis

· Stomach cramps

· Inflammatory and convulsive disorders like epilepsy, tetanus, diphtheria and tonsilitis.

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Lobelia Inflata is also known as Indian Tabacco and is native to regions in Northern America. The herb contains an active compound named lobeline, it is this compound that is responsible for the herbs’ phsycoactive property. The herb therefore has a relaxing effect if taken. It is also traditionally used to treat symptoms of asthma, and thus also refered to as asthma weed.

PRODUCT SIZE

30 ml

Suitable for vegetarians

 

RECOMMENDED DOSAGES FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN

Take 1 - 2 drops in a glass of water once per day.

The recommended dosages given are for Adults Only.

The dosage for Children should be calculated in accordance with the child weight with the weight of the average weight of an adult (see example below):

 

20 kg / 80 kg = ¼ of the adult dose

40 kg / 80 kg = ½ of the adult dose


*For extreme cases the highest dosage should be followed

GENERAL WARNING

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

· Safety in pregnancy and lactation has not been established and this product is therefore not recommended for pregnant or nursing mothers

· If you have a medical condition or taking any medication, consult a healthcare professional prior to use

· This product does not purport to be a medicine and makes no claims

 


Information contained on this website is for general information purposes only and must not be used to treat or diagnose medical conditions, and all health problems must be referred to a health care professional. Statements made regarding the products, ingredients and general information have not been evaluated by the South African Medical Council or the FDA (USA), or any other health authority, and should not be seen as health claims.