Vaccination Side Effects Natural Remedy (BM178)
VACCINATION SIDE EFFECTS
A mild allergic reaction may include fever, redness or swelling, and possible tenderness and soreness in the area where the injection was given. Other mild reactions include headache, loss of appetite, mild rash, tiredness, fussiness and vomiting. Some severe reactions might include high fever, seizures, coma, non-stop crying, hot and dry skin.
This compositum is very useful for all kinds of aggravations caused by various types of vaccinations. Some people react violently to vaccination, others less. However this special BM compositum helps immediately in setting the symptoms. Head pain as if pierced by the nails, left-sided headache. Complete loss of appetite. Dislike for fresh foods. Limbs feel heavy, cracking in the joints. Light-headed feeling. Skin tends to be copper coloured. Hair falls out. Pain in the chest. Children subject to colds, and croup. Flatulence, distension with indigestion. Frontal headache. Skin hot and dry. Nervous depression. Irritability along with the symptoms of fear and fever.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS in VACCINATION SIDE EFFECTS REMEDY
ThujaD4 40C, Calcarea Iod.D12 100C, VaccinumD100 100C, AnthracinumD100 100C, Fever Serum NosodeD100 100C
NON ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weigh less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.
30mL approximately a 1 month supply when used as recommended
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