Sambong Forte

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alona Says:
what is sambong relief forte?

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edel nicio Says:
can sambong forte cure kidney stones?

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edel nicio Says:
whats the prescription of sambong forte?

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Verwon Says:
Sorry, since this is not a drug available and approved in the U.S., I cannot find any information on it. Please ask your doctor or pharmacist if you need more information on it.

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Roy Says:
Sambong (scientific name: Blumea balsamifera) is a Philippine herbal medicine which is used to treat the following:

• Dissolving kidney stones
• Colds & fever
• Aids in treating hypertension & rheumatism
• Treats dysentery, sore throat
• Helps remove worms, boils
• Anti-diarrheic & Anti-gastralgic properties
Diuretic agent

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felybaliton Says:
can be also use for treating gallblader stone?

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ville Says:
sambong was prescribe to me by my uro 3x per day for 40 days with 2 tabs 625 mg sodium bi carbonate + 3lts of H2O/day or better measure your urine output at around 2 liters /day. after 40 days my ultra sound shows the stone had been dissolved. it works for me. no SE. not for gallbladder stone.

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ester Says:
how come sambong forte is not for kidney stones. my uro today prescribe sambong forte for my gall bladder stone

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zaai Says:
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mayron uti umiinom. ng sambong leaves ask kolang po pwedi rin poba ako uminom ng sambong capaule?

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