Whether you’re suffering from jet lag, leg pain or trying to remove a wart, Boiron now offers convenient bundle packs of medicines for these kinds of conditions. The Jet Lag Relief and Leg Pain Relief Care Packs, and Thuja Occidentalis 30C Buy 2 Get 1 Free Pack make it easy to find the right “blue tube” single medicines for your symptoms.
- Jet Lag Relief Care Pack: If you’re traveling this spring or summer, you’ll appreciate the ease of having Cocculus indicus 6C, Arnica montana 6C and Nux vomica 30C in one single pack. People on-the-go can proactively fight jet lag symptoms such as nausea, stiffness, muscle pain and drowsiness with this care pack of medicines.* These medicines are suitable for everyone 2 years of age and older and have no known side effects that could negatively impact your travel plans. Jet-setters will also appreciate that these medicines require no water to take, instead they quickly dissolve under the tongue.
- Leg Pain Relief Care Pack: A common condition affecting many, one third of adults 60 years of age and older experience leg cramps.1 The Leg Pain Relief Care Pack provides temporary relief for restless legs (Zincum metallicum 6C), leg cramps (Cuprum metallicum 6C), and shooting pain (Hypericum perforatum 30C).* Seniors and adults on multiple medications can feel confident taking these medicines because they have no known drug interactions.
- Thuja Occidentalis 30C Buy 2 Get 1 Free Pack: Those looking for a pain-free alternative for wart removal will appreciate the Thuja bonus pack.* The pack includes a 24-day supply of medicine, which is ideal because the skin renewal process takes approximately 21 to 27 days.
The care and bonus packs of medicines are also an economical option because they offer three “blue tube” single medicines for the price of two. They are readily available in natural product stores and pharmacies as well as Shop.BoironUSA.com.
*These “Uses” have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
- Tidy DC. Common Leg Cramps. https://patient.info/health/cramps-in-the-leg. Published January 28, 2016. Accessed March 1, 2017.