to support treatment of Lyme disease
Natural nutritional supplement for supportive treatment of Lyme disease
TBB plus is a natural nutritional supplement rich in functional ingredients carefully selected on the basis of numerous scientific studies to support treatment of Lyme disease.
TBB plus, our nutritional supplement for supportive treatment of Lyme disease, contains artemisia annua, andrographis paniculata, polyporus umbellatus, grape seed, grapefruit seed and garlic.
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Plants which influence our health and well-being can also have side effects. This page is designed to provide general information about these plants but is not intended as a guide for self-medication.
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