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2. Purchase the product
3. Fill in the Risk Assesment Form HERE ( Please note your order will not be sent out unless the form it returned )
4. If your purchase is approved by the Pharmacist we will post it out.
Thank you kindly for your co operation.
From the Team at Newton's Pharmacy
Herbal Circulation Drops
The traditional use of Gingko biloba, Ruta graveolens, Rosemary, Red clover, Pulsatilla, and other, indicates that some herbs contain compounds supporting the peripheral blood circulation. Our practitioners can prepare a custom made blend to meet your health needs, such as the one below.
Description: A blend of herbs traditionally used to promote healthy circulation.
Ingredients: Extracts of Ginkgo biloba leaf, Ruta graveolens, Red clover, Pulsatilla.
This is a Custom Made Blend.To check if suitable for you and purchase online, please submit this form first.
Herbal extracts may interact with other therapeutic substances and as a general rule are not recommended for use by children, in pregnancy and lactation, and if you are on certain prescription medications.
Disclaimer: The statements provided on this website are based on the recorded traditional use of herbs in general and should not be viewed as therapeutic claims for the herbal teas, extracts, and blends on offer. We provide this information for educational purpose to our customers and fans of herbal and natural medicine because we believe it is important to stay connected to our roots and maintain and spread the human knowledge accumulated over centuries of traditional healing. Our herbal blends are custom made in accordance with your needs and not tested for efficacy or listed on the register of therapeutic goods.
We must ensure the safe and appropriate use of our products and may ask for additional information prior to making up your product. Please rest assure that we respect your privacy and that your information will not be shared.
Information and statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.