Best 4

PERIOD CRAMPS RELIEF

 

Q: Are there any warnings?
If you have any chronic health problems like high blood pressure, please consult your healthcare provider before taking this medication.

Q: Can I take it if I am pregnant or breast feeding?
Not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.

Q: What is the daily dosage?
ADULTS AND CHILDREN OVER 12 YEARS: Take 1 sachet twice a day before breakfast and before bedtime. Swirl the mixture thoroughly in your mouth for 15 seconds before swallowing. Start the cramp prevention course at the onset of your menstrual cycle and continue until the last day of your cycle.

Q: What should I expect with each dose?
Note that you will experience a mild burning sensation after ingestion of the mixture. Do not be alarmed as this is required for Best 4™ Period Cramps to be effective. The anti- cramping complex comprising cayenne pepper, cinnamon; stimulate specific receptors in your mouth, oesophagus and stomach that are involved in both preventing and treating night cramps. We therefore suggest you avoid any drinks or food that may coat your mouth, such as milkshakes, yoghurt and peanut butter, before taking your Best 4™ Period Cramps mixture.

Q: Are there any side-effects?
There are no known side-effects. Discontinue the use of this product where there is sensitivity towards any of the ingredients.

Q: Would Period Cramps Relief work if I have Endometriosis?
Period Cramps Relief is indicated for period pains caused by Primary Dysmenorrhea (no underlying disease). Period Pains from Endometriosis (Secondary Dysmenorrhea) requires

thorough medical intervention.

Q: Would Period Cramps Relief work if I have PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
Period Cramps Relief is indicated for period pains caused by Primary Dysmenorrhea (no underlying disease). Period Pains from PCOS (Secondary Dysmenorrhea) requires thorough medical intervention.

Q: Can Period Cramps Relief be used together with my pain/anti-inflammatory medication?
As Best 4 Period Cramps Relief is 100% natural, there are no known drug interactions with current pain/anti-inflammatory medications.