Pur Bloka - Can This Be Used For Heart Palpitations

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Lorraine Says:

i am a 62 year old lady is this safe for me to use for heart palpitations as these palpitations are getting bad and i really don't want to see a doctor as i don't have medical aid

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Genie Says:

I take a half of purbloka 40mg for anxiety/palpitations when needed. If the tablets were prescribed for you there should be no problem. If not please go see a Dr.

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