OUR CONTENT VALUES AND HEALTH BENEFITS
- Vernonia amygdalina-200mg
- Hilleria latifolia-200mg
- Ageratum Conzyoides-100mg
BITTER PLUS is a broad-spectrum natural antibiotics. It is specifically designed to treat different kind of infection/diseases. It has been successfully used in the treatment of diseases such as staphylococcus, E.Coli, Gonorrhea and Syphilis.Treatment Duration: 90 days.
The active ingredients of BITTER PLUS show a very high antimicrobial activity; most of the active ingredients were also able to inhibit the growth of the organism which is known as bacteriostatic in action, while some exerted a killing effect on the test organism and were bactericidal.
All these with the rare freedom from the fear of likely treatment side effects that take place when unnatural products are administered.
WHAT DOES BITTERPLUSBITTER WORK?
BitterPlusBitter when taken can produce the under listed effects, because the active ingredients of the antibiotic brand are endowed with the right balance of herbal properties which are responsible for:
Boosting the immune system.
Treats bacterial infections.
A number of studies and laboratory researches have unraveled the biological actions of the active ingredients of BITTER PLUS .
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