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Chest Tonic

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Product Specialties
Good Ingredients Approved
Palm Oil Free
100% Wholefood Source
Vegan
Baby Friendly
GMO Free
Child Friendly
Organic Ingredients
Dairy Free
Artificial Colour Free
Artificial Flavour Free
Artificial Sweetener Free
BPA-Free Packaging
Recyclable Packaging
Vegetarian
Filler Free
New Zealand Manufactured
Synthetic Preservative Free
Alcohol Free
Egg Free
Low Sodium
Soy Free
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Highlights
Wild Dispensary Chest Tonic contains thyme and kawakawa - A synergy of wild and New Zealand native herbs. 

  • Recommended for chest support
  • Traditionally thyme has been used to support respiratory health
  • Kawakawa was highly valued and widely used in traditional Māori medicine
  • Always read the label and use as directed.
  • If symptoms persist, please see your health professional.
Adults: 10 mls daily.
Children: 5mls daily.
When unwell: Up to 5 x daily.
Support vitality: 1 x daily.  
Taken neat or in hot/cold water (dilute to taste up to 1:10).
This product is handmade and natural - please shake well before use.
Active Ingredients: 

Wild harvested Central Otago thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Organic lemon (Citrus meyeri)
Horehound (Marrubium vulgare)
Californian poppy (Eschscholtzia californica)
Golden Bay kawakawa (Macropiper excelcum)
Otago akeake (Dodonea viscosa)

Base ingredients: 
New Zealand spring water
Natural cane sugar and citric acid

Contains no added: wheat, soy, gluten, yeast, milk, artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or sweeteners.
  • Recommended for chest support
  • Traditionally thyme has been used to support respiratory health
  • Kawakawa was highly valued and widely used in traditional Māori medicine