COA MIXTURE (Formally COA FS) is a herbal medicine for General Wellbeing, hence you can take it whether you are sick or not. Also, you can take it to SUPPORT treatment of any sickness, disease or infection.
For General Wellbeing; Take 10 mL i.e. One (1) tablespoon of COA MIXTURE into 50 mL i.e. Five (5) tablespoon of warm water Morning & Evening One (1) hour before meals.
To Support Treatment; Take 20 mL i.e. Two (2) tablespoon of COA MIXTURE into 50 mL i.e. Five (5) tablespoon of warm water Morning & Evening One (1) hour before meals.
WARNING: Children under 12 yrs, breastfeeding and pregnant mothers should consult a physician before using COA MIXTURE.
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Orgle road, North Kaneshie
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