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SANTASAPINA Bonbons - A.Vogel - 100 g

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Santasapina Bonbons

Manufacturer: A.Vogel - Bioforce

Presentation: Santasapina ® bag 100 g

Availability: In stock

€4.11

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Properties: Bonbons Santasapina ® are a relief for the throat, stuffed with juice and extract of fresh outbreaks of spruce bud balsamic properties.

Presentation: Santasapina ® bag 100 g

Composition: 1 bonbon of 5.2 g contains:

Ethanolic extract juice and fresh spruce bud 237mg ♣ **

♣ fresh plant

Wild growing **

Usage: For a throat relief Santasapina ® Bonbons take up to 4-5 a day

Allergy Information: Lactose free, Containing a trace of gluten

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