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Virattack Compound


Lomatium

VIRATTACK COMPOUND
Antiviral Remedy

A blend of the liquid extracts of:

* Lomatium root (Lomatium dissectum) 20%
* St. John’s Wort flower & bud (Hypericum perforatum) 20%
• Echinacea root (Echinacea purpurea) 20%
• Olive leaf (Olea europaea) 20%
* Lemon Balm leaf & flower (Melissa officinalis) 20%

* Fresh • Dried

Action: All of the herbs in this compound have been shown to have antiviral activity. Echinacea modulates the immune system and enhances the body’s production of virus-inhibiting interferon.

Uses: Indicated as adjunct therapy in disease conditions caused by or associated with a virus: herpes, warts, Epstein-Barr virus and infectious mononucleosis, viral meningitis, mumps, measles, shingles, influenza, etc.

Dose: Internal: Two to four times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in water. Best taken between meals.
Topical: Apply to the affected area 2 to 5 times per day. For optimal results also take drops internally.

Cautions: Although rare, some sensitive people may develop a skin rash after several days or weeks of ingesting Lomatium root. If this happens, discontinue use of this compound, and the rash should soon disappear.

Consult a qualified midwife or physician before taking during pregnancy.
Some viral infections can be a serious health threat or even life-threatening. If you have a viral infection, and especially if there is fever, promptly seek qualified healthcare.

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