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Revivo - Herbal Immune System Supplement

Revivo is a US brand available online.


Revivo - Herbal Immune System Supplement - Supplement for  HIV and AIDS:  Herbal immune system tea is also sometimes referred to as revivo. It was developed in southern China. AIDS has become an epidemic in southern Asia. The tea is supposed to be effective by restoring the immune system function of the body. The suggested dosage is to drink 2 cups of tea a day, one in the morning and one in the evening. After the patient has been drinking the tea for four consecutive days, he or she should pause for at least one day. After the first five days, continue drinking the tea daily for up to one month. Revivo is a US brand available online.
Health Warning: Revivo does not have any reported side-effects though a small number of people may have a constitution that does not agree with the herbs in Revivo. This may manifest as rash or headaches that usually disappear after a few days, if it persists then you should stop using Revivo. There are some precautions when using Revivo as follows: Revivo should not be used during pregnancy and If you experience any adverse effects while using Revivo we recommend that you stop taking it.

Always seek professional medical advice before taking herbal medications
     

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