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Sutherlandia Herbal Drops: Traditional Kankerbos remedy

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R 232.50

Concentrated Sutherlandia (Kankerbos) herbal tincture (50 ml)

  • Full spectrum extraction in a concentrated tincture form.
  • A traditional African adaptogen and immune system modulator
  • Easy to use and rapidly absorbed drop formula
  • Economical (one bottle lasts approximately a month)
  • Vegan & vegetarian friendly
  • No artificial flavours, colours, preservatives. Sugar, dairy and gluten free.
  • Made in South Africa to reduce YOUR carbon footprint!

      About Sutherlandia (Kankerbos or kankerbossie)

      Sutherlandia frutescens (also called Kankerbos or kankerbossie) is traditionally used for a variety of conditions, enhancing well-being, immune support, longevity, stress, depression and anxiety, wasting from cancer, TB, and AIDS, influenza, chronic fatigue syndrome, viral hepatitis, asthma and bronchitis, type 2 Diabetes, mild to moderate hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, peptic ulcer, gastritis, reflux oesophagitis, hot flushes and irritability in menopause, and herpes. Studies also indicate significant antioxidant activity, making Sutherlandia a powerful tonic, adaptogen and immune system modulator which helps to support cellular and systemic health.  


      100% pure Sutherlandia Frutescens, Ethanol (natural preservative)

      Directions for use

      Children up to the age of 15:
      Take one drop per age year of the child in a little water or juice every morning and evening after meals.

      Adults & Teenagers over 16:
      15 - 20 drops in a little water or juice every morning and evening after meals.

      Caution: Safety during pregnancy or breastfeeding has not yet been established. Sutherlandia is best used in combination with a healthy diet, regular exercise and fresh air.

        Disclaimer: This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness. 

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