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Be-Dry - Homeopathic Bedwetting Remedy

Be-Dry - Homeopathic Bedwetting Remedy

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Be-Dry - Bed Wetting Prevention Supplement

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Naturally reduce bedwetting and improve self esteem

Use Be-Dry to:

* Relieve anxiety and relax nervous children
* Tone and strengthen immature bladders
* Help your child to be dry at night
* Reduce bedwetting and improve self esteem


*Equisetum (6cH) an herb that comes from Asia and is widely used in Chinese medicine. Used homeopathically, Equisetum is a proven remedy which is especially useful for all bladder complaints and also helps to relieve anxiety. It is safe and effective for children who wet their beds during nightmares and other dreams. Equisetum comes in pillule form with a pleasant tasting Lactose base and is easily dissolved in the mouth.


2 pills twice daily on an empty stomach (30 minutes before or after a meal).


Safety during pregnancy and nursing has not been established. Not recommended for children under 6 years.
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