Boiron’s Tubes

Boiron’s Tubes (or Single medicines) are known and registered by their Latin name, resulting in a common international nomenclature. In Canada, they are available in varying dilutions and have no mention of a therapeutic indication. These medicines may be used in the framework of individualized treatment that might involve different pathologies and are based on the patient’s specific symptoms. They are generally recommended by health care professionals and information relevant to one’s symptoms can be researched with specialized books or articles.

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Boiron’s Tubes Label Text

Even though we strictly limit the information provided on our tubes to the mandatory labelling requirements of the Natural Health Product Regulations, we realize that, due to the small printable area available on each of our tubes, the text may be difficult to read.

For clarification, please read the information below:
Each tube contains 4 g (approximately 80 pellets).
Adults, children and infants
Take 5 pellets, 3 times per day or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Dissolve one dose in a small amount of water before administration to children under 2.
Consult a health care professional if symptoms persist or worsen. Consult a health care practitioner before use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Non medicinal ingredients : Sucrose and lactose.
Keep under normal storage conditions.