Anyone with minor pain, fever, headache and/or inflammation may get relief by using Saloxicin These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Saloxicin is manufactured in a Federal Drug Registered, State Board of Pharmacy cGMP Laboratory
Who Can Benefit From Saloxicin? One of the components of white willow actually gets converted to salicylic acid (aspirin) in the liver. Boswellia has been shown to block certain enzymes that cause inflammation. Bioflavonoids are potent antioxidants that protect tissue.
How Does Saloxicin Work? Each ingredient in this exclusive formula is backed by years of use in traditional herbal medicine, as well as by published research in peer-reviewed journals. Decoctions of willow bark have been used to treat pain, fever and headaches for approximately 2000 years! Effectiveness is time and dose dependent and may not be immediately apparent.
Is Saloxicin Clinically Effective?
Are There Any Possible Side Effects? No side effects are expected. White willow does not convert into salicylic acid (aspirin) until it gets to the liver; therefore, it is not expected to cause gastric irritation or upset seen with aspirin.
Are There Any Contraindications for Use or Interactions? Children, pregnant or lactating women, anyone sensitive to salicylates or any ingredient in Saloxicin, anyone taking any medication contraindicated with salicylates (eg guafenisen) and individuals with blood clotting problems should avoid Saloxicin