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Sabal Serulata Q side effects

Can Sabal Serrulata Q cause Urticaria??
  osik52 on 2013-10-17
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Put saw palmetto in the search box
at the top of forum and read threads
on it.
simone717 9 years ago
Hi simone717,
Thank you , but let me ask you another question. Saw palmetto
and Sabal Serulata Q actually the same plant, but is there any difference between mother tincture and let say supplement
pills of sow palmetto?

And second, can I ask your advise about my prostate problem? Because the previous advise was Sabal Serulata Q. If yes I will post it here or you can see it in my previous posters. Thanks
osik52 9 years ago
I see you had two advices, One for prostate from Anuj,
and the other one from Libra for the rash, which you
have had a problem with for 6 years.

The rash seems like it is an allergic reaction and I would
suggest you take Libra's advice and take the Apis when
the rash appears again and see how it works. Wait till
you actually have it.

On the prostate post you were taking saw palmetto
supplements and those are a stronger, more concentrated
version of the plant. So I hope you have discontinued that
as advised.

If the rash is the same rash as you have gotten before
I would try the Apis for it and talk to Libra if it does not

If you have stopped supplements and think the rash is
a different kind of rash, you need to repost about that
on your thread with Anuj.
simone717 9 years ago

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