No.10 Nat Phos

New Era

No.10 Nat Phos

Homoeopathic support for acid regulation

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Good Product
Would recommend - yes

I purchased these to use instead of a common prescription medication. I have osephaghitis (inflamed oesophagis), so heartburn is constant. Have been using it for almost 2 months, for the most part it keeps the heartburn at bay, but I may look at other options before deciding this is the right product (I’d prefer a product I didn’t need to be taking several times a day). Convienent sized bottle for popping into my handbags, very easy to take tablets (dissolve very quickly) and no nasty taste.

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Dosage:

Adults: 4 tablets. Children: 2 tablets. Infants: 1 tablet. Chronic cases: 3 dose daily. Acute cases: every half hour.

Description:

New Era No 10 Nat. Phos. (Sodium Phosphate)  provides homoeopathic support for neutralising acid. Nat. Phos. may provide relief from heart burn (acid reflux), indigestion, dyspepsia and gastric disorders. 

New Era products mineral tissue salts treat ailments by correcting imbalances or deficiencies in the body's cell nutrition, helping the body to restore itself to health.

Benefits:

  • Homoeopathic mineral salt support for aicd in the body
  • Support for heart burn (acid reflux), indigestion, dyspepsia and gastric disorders
  • Treats by correcting imbalances in the bodys cell nutrition
  • Well tolerated by the whole family

Ingredients, 

Lactose
Biotin
Sodium Phosphate (Nat. Phos.)
Always read the label and use only as directed 

If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional

Lactose present in each mineral tissue salt tablet is small 0.07g, if you are upset by small amounts of lactose it would be best to avoid these remedies

Ok to use during pregnancy, but consult your healthcare professional if you have concerns