Benefits Of Tanganil, How To Use It And Where It's Found

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John S Says:
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I have read all the comments here and after visiting over 10 very well recommended doctors across the globe and doing all sorts of tests, we all seem to be facing 2 combined issues that occur and are linked together "Vertigo Migraine & Meneire disease", any other doctor saying otherwise is a LIAR and just wants either your money or your insurance money!! Out of personal experience and having to deal with this very annoying matter for over 13 years now, I can say the best way to treat it cause there is no operations for that, is to take Tanganil 2 tablets at a time once in morning and once in evening with 1 tablet of gravol with every 2 tablets of Tanganil. Dont use Tanganil on daily basis but only when you really need to. An advice to help reduce the dizziness / migraines: DONT smoke or drink alcohol at all. Avoid caffeine and tea and stay away from sugars and salts and try to stay calm and drink much water. Try eating healthy and break your day meals into 6 meals with tiny snacks in between. Believe me, i've tried every possible solution and this is what only worked out. TANGANIL is only available in France / Lebanon and Tunisia. I just got myself 20 Packs of Tanganil and Gravol from lebanon on my last visit which should be enough for 2 years time. Again, You all need to remember, its all neurological issues thats causing this, so stay away from what I mentioned above and take tanganil and gravol together as mentioned above for a period of 2-3 weeks and you will definitely notice significant improvement that will make you want to follow and continue the same cycle all along.



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Nakhle Hachem Says:
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Hi
My wife had an AVM brain surgery
Nausea and vomiting aren’t responding to zofran and primperan
We think the reason is vertigo causing nausea
We plan to take Tanganil
Shall it stop symptoms?
And if yes how many days we take it ?

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