Amor Seco DM 2 oz. Liquid Extract

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  • Amor Seco DM 2 oz. Liquid Extract
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Amor Seco DM 2 oz.


Amor Seco DM 2 oz. (Desmodium mollicullum) liquid extract. Ecologically wildcrafted leaves. 

Popular detox herb is an excellent addition to any protocol containing Uncarine Max and Otoba Bark. Great as a single herb, too, for liver and lung support. 

Sensitive to the alcohol in tinctures? Amor Seco DM is available in alcohol-free vegetarian capsules, too.

Confused? Call writer and herbalist Derek Clontz at 1-800-215-4682 Monday through Friday with any non-medical questions. He can help you. His counsel is free.

*Amor Seco (Desmodium molliculum) is also known as Burbur by natives from the Amazon rainforest.

Suggested Use: Take 10 drops in 4- to 6-oz water twice daily. Take several times daily if needed or as directed by your doctor.

Ingredients: Amor Seco leaf extractives, pure cane alcohol (USP 50%–60%), and osmotic water. Minimum dry herb potency ratio: 1:3. Glass bottle with glass dropper (2 oz. net weight). One dropperful is approx. 30 drops. 

Caution: Not for use during pregnancy or lactation. If you are taking medications or have a medical condition, consult with a healthcare professional before use. Keep this product out of the reach of children. 

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  • 5
    Amor Seco

    I bought another brand of Amor Seco in Europe because it was nearer, quicker and cheaper - and only bought the Rainforest Pharmacy one two or three weeks after that. Huge, huge difference - for a start, only the Rainforest Pharmacy Amor Seco DM worked - it's been incredible at sorting out a persistent cough and asthma symptoms until I can move away from the somewhat moldy place I'm in at the moment. And secondly, you need so little of it: for me, seven drops are plenty (one to three times a day, as needed). So: it works, this bottle is going to last me for ages, and it was a good decision to invest in good quality. Having tried more cough/lung type remedies than you can wave a stick at this year, this is what made a difference for me. Kate Consumer Advisory: Dietary supplements aren't drugs and they haven't been evaluated as drugs by the FDA. They are not intended to help you diagnose, treat, prevent, mitigate or cure any disease condition. If you are seriously ill, consult a doctor you know and trust before you try to diagnose and treat yourself. Testimonials reflect the reported experience of individuals and may not apply to you.

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