“The Dangers of Frequent Pain Medication Use”

“Even taking one or two more tablets than recommended can cause serious liver damage and possibly death. Paracetamol overdose is one of the leading causes of liver failure.” British Liver Trust

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Episode 1 – Which pain do I want more, Period or Gut Pain?

“In Australia 95,668 hospital admissions of paracetamol poisoning were recorded over 10 years (NHMD 2007-2017). The annual number of cases increased by 44.3% and those with toxic liver disease increased annually by 108%.” Medical Journal of Australia

Episode 2 – Paracetamol & Liver Damage, be careful, be VERY careful?

“Even taking one or two more tablets than recommended can cause serious liver damage and possibly death. Paracetamol overdose is one of the leading causes of liver failure.” British Liver Trust

Episode 3 – Be kind to your Liver, balanced hormones depend on it.

“Acetaminophen (paracetamol) toxicity is the most common cause of liver transplantation in the US. Responsible for 56,000 hospital emergency visits, 2,600 hospitalizations, and 500 deaths per year, 50% of these are unintentional overdoses.” Acetaminophen Toxicity

Episode 4 – What can I do to stay safe?

Episode 5 – Diet & Lifestyle with REALLY great results

Episode 6 –  Khapregesic® what day should I take it?

Episode 7 – Khapregesic®: “I don’t know where the pain went…”

Episode 8 – What herb is best for pain?

Episode 9 – What is the best Nutrient for pain?

Episode 10 – Top 3 diet tips for pain relief

Episode 12 – Leaky Gut, Bacterial Imbalance and Pain

Episode 11 – How can I protect my gut from NSAIDs like Ibuprofen?

Episode 13 – Oestrogen spikes, “Crazy PMS, sore boobs…”

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Please note: Practitioner supervised Clinical Testing evidence and extensive documented Traditional Medicine evidence over hundred’s of years has been compiled and together with extensive laboratory studies is the basis for regulatory approval for the safe use of Khapregesic® as an OTC (over the counter) supplement. All references are actual practitioner accounts of individual patients and the reviews on this website are from actual customer feedback over several years.