Anima Mundi Dolores Pain Management Tonic

AUD$32.00

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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Over-the-counter medicines such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen are effective pain relievers, but long-term use can cause side effects. Prescription medications may be addictive and have even more adverse effects. And although plants can also certainly have adverse effects if taken in large doses, they have a significantly lower impact on our liver, compared to most over the counter medications.

This is potent botanical tonic composed of ‘musculoskeletal nervines’ that assist the nervous system, and can help with pain management. Although many of these plants have a rich history as ‘pain killers’ please drink in accordance to the suggested dose, or under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner.

INGREDIENTS:

+ Mulungu^ (Erythrina mulungu)
+ Elephantella^ (Pedicularis groenlandica)
+ Indian Warrior^ (Pedicularis racemosa)
+ Wild Dagga^ (Leonotis Leonurus)
+ Blue Lotus^ (Nymphaea caerulea)
+ Organic Vegetable Glycerin
+ Organic Cane Alcohol

^ Wildcrafted

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ABOUT ANIMA MUNDI

Anima Mundi Apothecary is composed of the most pristine, and medicinal botanicals found in nature. They are devoted to providing the freshest and most vibrant herbal formulas.

Anima Mundi’s roots are within the heart of Costa Rica. They specialise in sourcing directly from native people within Central and South America as well as work directly with small farmers from around the world. Their apothecary contains over 200 different herbs, all sourced from places they admire and respect.

This provides a sustainable system, and a direct relationship to the source of botanical alchemy and native wisdom. Their project supports true fair trade practices, permacultural outreach, supporting small businesses, and plant based remedies that benefit people from all walks of life.

DIRECTIONS:

24 servings (1/2tsp each). 1 tsp is an optional serving for those needing a higher dose. We recommend intaking this tonic along with warm or chilled herbal tea.

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