As low as 1 Teaspoon (5 droppers full / 5ml) per day for small and sensitive individuals and for prevention.
As high as 2 Tablespoons (30 droppers full / 30ml) per day for larger and robust individuals.
Herbs can be taken at one time or dosed several times per day.
Average dose is 1 Tablespoon (15 droppers full / 15ml) per day.
Higher doses are used for acute and/or severe symptoms, lower doses are used for milder symptoms and/or longer term maintenance.
These herbs are most often taken mixed with a cup of hot water (like a cup of tea), but they can also be mixed with cold water or taken as an undiluted shot!
Clove Bud / Ding Xiang
Field Mint / Bo He
Cinnamon Bark / Rou Gui
Patchouli / Huo Xiang
Fresh Ginger / Sheng Jiang
Magnolia Flower / Hou Po Hua
Fennel / Hu Lu Ba
Stemona Root / Bai Bu
Purslane / Ma Chi Xian
Pulsatilla Root / Bai Tou Weng
Artemisia Capillaris / Yin Chen Hao
Pagoda Tree Fruit / Chuan Lian Zi
Sweet Flag Rhizome / Shi Chang Pu
Knotweed / Bian Xu
Herba Dianthi / Qu Mai
Ume Plum / Wu Mei
Betel nut / Bing Lang
Rangoon Creeper Fruit / Shi Jun Zi
Evodia Fruit / Wu Zhu Yu
Gentian Scabrae Root / Long Dan Cao
Scutellaria Root / Huang Qin
Blackwalnut Husk / Juglans Nigra
Bushy Knotweed / Hu Zhang
Rhubarb / Da Huang
Neem Leaf / Azadirachta Indica
Aloe - Lu Hui
Oregano Oil – Tu Yin Chen
Organic Cane Alcohol (20%)
The key metric for Peekay’s Para-Dice Potion is when digestive symptoms associated with parasitic infection are resolved. Upon commencing this herbal treatment, a patient may also experience Herxheimer symptoms related to parasite die-off. Although the experience of Herxheimer symptoms correlates to feeling worse before you feel better, it does signify that the formula is effectively eliminating the parasites and should be followed by significant improvement.*
Para-Dice Potion is indicated for supporting abdominal pain, cramps, bloating, nausea, poor appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, bloody stools, mucus in stools, fever, chills, fatigue, weight loss etc. Also indicated for supporting acute food poisoning and Lyme co-infections.*
If in doubt, always consult your doctor or a licensed health care provider before taking any medications, over-the-counter drugs, supplements or herbs.