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Amazonia Raw Sugar Crave Release Spray is a unique, herbal formula designed to combat unwanted food cravings and assist in rebalancing the digestive system. This blend of potent, traditional, anti-parasitic herbs and all-natural ingredients was formulated by naturopaths and nutritionists. It includes Green Black Walnut Hull, Clove Flower, Pumpkin Seeds and Gentian Root, which are natural anti-parasitic agents. Crave Release works by breaking down and dispersing any overgrowth of bad bacteria in the digestive tract, which can be the root cause of many sugar and carbohydrate cravings. This is a small, convenient spray which you can pop in your handbag.
Made in Australia. 100% Natural, Dairy-free, Wheat free, Gluten-free, GMO-free, Caffeine-free, Vegan.
Do not use if seal is broken. For adults only. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication, please consult your healthcare professional before using.
Green Black Walnut Hull, Clove Bud, Gentian Root, Hyssop Leaf, Cramp Bark, Chinese Rhubarb Root, Thyme Leaf, Fennel Seed, Peppermint Oil. On a base of Vegetable-based Glycerine & Purified Water.
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How to use
Take 10 sprays (1.07ml) per day on rising or on an empty stomach, together with a glass of water.
Take an additional 5 sprays throughout the day if cravings arise.
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