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Sangre De Grado

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How does Sangre De Grado work?

Sangre de grado appears to help diarrhea by slowing down the intestines. It might also prevent the movement of some viruses into cells.

Are there safety concerns?

Sangre de grado appears to be safe for most people. When applied to the skin, sangre de grado can cause pain, burning, and scarring.

Do not take sangre de grado if:
  • You are pregnant or breast-feeding.
  • You have leukemia. Sangre de grado might worsen this condition.

Dosing considerations for Sangre De Grado.

The following doses have been studied in scientific research:

BY MOUTH:
  • For treating AIDS-related diarrhea: a Sangre de Grado extract containing 500 mg of SP-303 (SB-Normal Stool Formula) every 6 hours.
  • For treating traveler's diarrhea: a Sangre de Grado extract containing 125-500 mg SP-303 (SB-Normal Stool Formula) 4 times daily for 2 days.

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