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  • Homeopathic preparation
  • Utilizes elements associated with the greenwood element found in acupuncture
  • Can be helpful with poor function of the liver and gall bladder
  • Can assist in combating the effects of overeating and excessive alcohol use
  • May have a positive effect on mood
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
  • Recommended dose: ½ teaspoon (nine to 12 sprays), three times per day


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A healthy liver and gallbladder are essential to general wellbeing and overall health. Each organ plays a part in the breakdown of fats and proteins while facilitating the absorption of vitamins and minerals and ensuring the removal of toxins. Symptoms of a poorly functioning liver and gallbladder can include muscle fatigue, irritability, jaw problems, depression, and acid reflux. NET Remedies #4 Wood 60 ml Oral Liquid has been designed to help support healthy liver and gallbladder function as part of a daily dietary supplement.

Entirely homeopathic, the ingredients in NET Remedies #4 Wood 60 ml Oral Liquid have been inspired by the elements associated with the Wood Elements used in traditional acupuncture. These include Nux Vornica, Kali Carbonicum, Chelidonium Majus and Berberis Vulgaris. Created as a spray, the liquid can be squirted between nine and 12 times into the mouth, three times per day. In the case of external symptoms, the preparation can be sprayed directly onto the affected area. Keep out of the reach of children.


    Belladonna, Berberis Vulgaris, Carduus Marianus, Chelidonium Majus, Cholesterinum, Colocynthis, Kali Carbonicum, Natrum Phosphoricum, Nitricum Acidum, Nux Vomica, Platinum Metallicum, and Sepia.


    Inactive ingredients:

    Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Pure water.

    The organs and meridians for #4 are the Liver and Gall bladder.

    Physical indicators:

    Associated with the digestion of fat-type foods, digestive disturbances of overeating or drinking, eye or vision problems, chronic knee problems, nail conditions, and generalized muscle problems.