How to take Megre Elixir in Capsules?

This week, our nutritionist answers a question relating to Megre Elixir in capsules.  It is this unique Elixir, created by Sergey Megre in surge of inspiration, that has been studied and tested for its amazing qualities. It is a resinous liquid that is pressed from cedar cones and is equivalent to many bottles of cedar oil.

How to take Megre Elixir in Capsules?

Question: Tell me, please, how to take Megre Elixir in capsules? What time of day and how long before/after food. And can you take it all the time? Or you do need to take a break.

Answer: The number of capsules per day of Cedar Elixir depends on the state of health and the goals of recovery. For an intensive course Elixir of Cedar in capsules can be taken twice a day – one capsule in the morning on an empty stomach, it is better to chew it. It is good to do this after brushing your teeth before breakfast. And in the evening take one capsule before dinner for 5 minutes. If there is pain or discomfort in the stomach, you can swallow the capsule without chewing, so it will dissolve in the stomach and small intestine. Cedar elixir can be taken 2-3 weeks in a row, then take a break for 2 weeks and take another 2 weeks as well, and so on can be done throughout the year.

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