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Chilcuague Root of Gold Healing Spray

The word chilcuague has its origin in the Nahuatl because this plant was recognized as Chilcoatl (chil for spicy and coatl for the shape of its root that looks like a snake)...This the ultimate all purpose natural remedy.
Known as raiz de oro, or root of gold, this plant carries many powerful healing properties. Its use dates back to the pre hispanic indigenous cultures of central Mexico. This medicine comes to us from the Sierra de Alvarez in Central Mexico. This potent plant extract has antiseptic, antibiotic, analgesic, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and digestive properties. Its uses are immense.
Ingredients: chilcuague root distilled in organic cane alcohol.

HOW TO USE:
1. External use:
- Skin (Wounds/Rashes/Burns/Bug Bites): Use 1-2 sprays on skin 1-3 times per day to treat wounds and burns and to reduce inflammation.
- Yeast Infections Dilute 3 sprays in half a cup of cold water and apply on affected area twice a day.

2. Internal use
- Respiratory System (Bronchitus, Laryngitis, respiratory infections, common cough): Take 1-3 sprays internally in the mouth & swallow saliva. To reduce strength, dilute in a glass of water.
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Digestive System (elimination of intestinal parasites, equilibrate pH and alleviate candida):For parasites, spray into 1/4 glass of water (50ml), stir with a spoon and drink. Repeat this procedure every morning for 7 days, preferably on an empty stomach. To balance pH and relieve heartburn, spray into mouth and swallow. For a diluted dose, spray into a glass of water and drink.
-Mouth (Gingivitis, tooth pain, cold sores):1-3 sprays in the mouth, on the gums or on the cold sore, after brushing teeth. Keep it in your mouth as long as possible and then swallow. To reduce strength, you can mix it with water and gargle/spit.

***produces a tingly/numbing sensation when used in the mouth and on the skin***

IMPORTANT:
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.
- Any doubts the doctor should be consulted.

This product is not approved by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness. All product information is for educational purposes only. We recommend consulting your medical practitioner before beginning treatment.

*Consumption recommendations are based on use by traditional peoples.*

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