Wednesday, 21 February 2018 21:06

FEEL LIKE YOU HAVE THE FLU ?

Defeat your flu faster with Flu Milieu, a complete, organic , homeopathic medicine you can rely on to treat your worst symptoms including sore throat, fever, runny nose, and more. 

Our product was designed to provide metabolic leverage and resiliency to support the immune system during colds and flu.This homeopathic medicine for flu-like Symptoms; Reduces the duration of flu-like symptoms such as body aches, headaches, fever, and chills

 

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HOW CAN I TREAT THE FLU?

FL Milieu was designed to provide metabolic leverage and resiliency to support the immune system during colds and flu.

This homeopathic medicine for flu-like Symptoms; Reduces the duration of flu-like symptoms such as body aches, headaches, fever, and chills


FL Milieu does not cause drowsiness. Suitable for day and night use.

FL Milieu is recommended for the whole family: infants, children and adults.

FL Milieu is a homeopathic remedy that works naturally with your body to quickly relieve flu-like symptoms, such as fatigue, headache, body aches, chills or cold and fever. FL Milieu has been shown in clinical studies to help reduce both the duration and the severity of flu-like symptoms.

It does not cause drowsiness or interact with other medications.

FL Milieu is highly recommended for everyone from the age of 2 and up, FL Milieu can be taken once a week to prevent colds and works best when taken at the first sign of flu-like symptoms.

It quickly relieves flu-like symptoms such as body aches, headache, fever, chills and fatigue.

It is non-drowsy; it also has no drug interactions.

It is very much endorsed and recommended for everyone from ages 2 & up.

FL Milieu works naturally with your body.

FL Milieu doesn't contain any Fillers, Dyes or Parabens, is Organic & Non-GMO 

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WHAT IS THE FLU?

Flu season comes around every year but have you ever wondered what the flu is? By definition, the flu is a infectious respiratory illness caused by different influenza viruses each year. There are two main types of influenza viruses: Type A and B. Both are behind the yearly influenza epidemic that hits the Canada every year. Both types can cause coughing, sniffling, body aches and a high fever.

WHAT CAUSES THE FLU?

Type A and B influenza viruses are what cause the main outbreaks of the flu each year. Type A can be found in animals such as such as ducks, chickens, pigs and whales; type B is only found in humans. Both types are most usually spread by droplets that enter the air when people with the flu cough, sneeze or talk. A person with the flu can spread it to someone else that is up to about two metres away. You can also get the flu by touching a surface or object that has the flu virus on it and then touching your mouth or nose

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF THE FLU?

The most common symptoms of the flu are a fever, cough, sore throat pain, runny nose, head and body aches.

HOW LONG DOES THE FLU LAST?

How long the flu lasts can vary but for most people, it takes anywhere between a few days and two weeks to fully recover.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A COLD AND THE FLU?

The major difference between a cold and the flu is that the flu is caused by very different virus types than a cold. Flu symptoms tend to be much worse than cold symptoms, and they come on suddenly (cold symptoms, on the other hand, tend to arrive gradually). When you’re hit with the flu, you know it. You can expect to have a fever, cough, sore throat pain, runny nose, chills, and aching muscles and joints. Colds, on the other hand, are usually associated with a sore throat pain and runny and stuffy nose. Colds are much more common than the flu.

IS THE FLU CONTAGIOUS?

The flu is highly contagious. A person with the flu can spread it to someone else that is up to about two metres away. The flu is contagious up to one day before symptoms even arise so, if you think you have it, be sure to limit contact with others. Once you’re on the mend, keep in mind that the infection can continue to spread for five to seven days after you get sick so it’s important to continue taking cautionary measures.