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Product overview

250 ml bottle.

Authorised medicinal product n° 2760-15.166 - CIP 34009 311 030 9 7.

Oral solution

Metabolic rheumatics


Oral solution

Medicinal product not subject to medical prescription. Ask your pharmacist for advice.


Homeopathic medicinal product traditionally used in pain of rheumatics origins and gout (a medical diagnosis is necessary).

  • Read carefully the package leaflet                                         
  • Contains alcohol and sucrose                                           
  • Do not use if you are pregnant                                    

Ask your pharmacist, one of the main partner of your health. If symptoms do not improve or worsen after 1 week, consult your doctor.


To be taken in half a glass of water or in an infusion. Oral use.

1 tablespoon 2 times a day, in the morning and at bedtime. In case of an inflammatory flare-up: 1 supplementary dose.


This is not a medicinal product
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