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Vertigo problem


I had vertigo problem which feels like light-headedness and faint feeling.
It is also associated with nausea and worse from looking at a moving object or driving car.
Please provide me permanent treatment, i currently take a sleeping pill daily for my insomnia.

  Tozea on 2016-02-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
take COCCULUS 200c liquid, 2 drops in a tablespoon water, only 2 dose not more than that, not daily, 1st dose before sleep and next dose next morning after wakeup,

{if buying pills then 3 pills as one dose, 2 times, 1st at night and 2nd after wakeup, chew it, do not swallow with water}

do not eat or drink anything 30 minutes before and after medicine,


0antivirus0 7 years ago
dear sir,

there is about 30-50% improvement in my condition.
Tozea 7 years ago
ok donot repeat the remedy now. wait for full 15 days.
then report.

0antivirus0 7 years ago
there is now very much improvement in my condition.
Tozea 7 years ago
ok take the remedy once in a month, for 4 months.

your case closed,

0antivirus0 7 years ago

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