Fevorem™

Advanced Fever Relief

Active against viral, dengue, common cold and more

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Fevorem™ has a mix of powerful herbs which strengthen the blood, boost and stimulate immunity, and relieve pain.

If you are feeling feverish or having common cold, Fevorem™ can be a natural product to fight it.

The herbs in Fevorem™ have proven action in fever conditions.

Ayurvedic Medicine
has treated

all types of febrile and infectious diseases. As modern antibiotics begin to fail, natural treatments are gaining importance.

Antibiotics weaken our immune system and pave way for resistant pathogens! We are not rendered vulnerable to such pathogens. In fact, after treatment our resistance will be stronger!

*Source: Ayurvedic Healing - A Comprehensive Guide, By Dr. David Frawley, elaborating on the findings of Rig Veda.

Dosage: 1-2 teaspoons syrup or as directed by the vaidya or physician.

Caution: The syrup can taste really bitter because of pure extracts of bitter herbs.

Ingredient herbs are also proven to work against dengue and malaria.

Usually relieves fever and body pain in 1-2 days.

COMPOSITION & SCIENCE
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Papaya

Carica papaya

Improves platelet count to boost immunity

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Giloy

Tinospora cordifolia

Metabolism enhancer & immunity booster

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Vasaka

Justicia adhatoda

Haemostatic, anti-viral

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Tulsi

Ocimum sanctum (Holy Basil)

Normalises kapha & vata, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory & lot more...

+ Neem, Ashwagandha, Punarnava, Amla and Kalmegh

Dosage: 1-2 teaspoons syrup or as directed by the vaidya or physician.

Caution: The syrup can taste really bitter because of pure extracts of bitter herbs.

Ingredient herbs are also proven to work against dengue and malaria.

Usually relieves fever and body pain in 1-2 days.

I am in class 12th. Got this (Fevorem) from my local chemist shop. Although it was so much bitter, but it did stop my fever in just 2 nights. Since then, I always rely on Fevorem first before going for antibiotics.

Pujan Mehta

Student, New Delhi

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