HDI PROPOELIX™

PROPOELIX™
Quantity : 30
Form : vegecaps
Net Weight: 8.25g

*only available in Indonesia

HDI PROPOELIX™

Each capsule of HDI PROPOELIX contains 200 mg of highly potent propolis extract.

For adults:
For the improvement of general health and immunity, take 1 to 2 capsules daily.
For Dengue Fever patients, take 2 capsules three times a day on the first day, reduce this to 2 capsules twice a day on the second day, and then 2 capsules daily till clinical condition improves.
For patients with solid organ tumors or with side effects from chemotherapy (e.g., oral ulcers), take 2 capsules three times daily.
For children aged 7 to 16:
For the improvement of general health and immunity, take 1 capsule daily.
For Dengue Fever patients, take 1 capsule three times a day on the first day, reduce this to 1 capsule twice a day on the second day, and then 1 capsule daily till clinical condition improves.
For patients with solid organ tumors or with side effects from chemotherapy (e.g., oral ulcers), take 1 capsules twice daily.
For HIV/Aids patients, take 2 capsules three times daily.
For children aged 6 and below:
For the improvement of general health and immunity, take 1 capsule daily.
For Dengue Fever patients, take 1 capsule twice daily on the first day, reduce this to 1 capsule daily until clinical condition improves.
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