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The solution for high sickness altitude
Sorojchi Pills, is a medicine that prevents and relieves all the symptoms of altitude sickness . It is indicated in headaches, drowsiness, fatigue, nausea, dizziness and malaise in people who experience the mountain sickness or altitude.
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Altitude sickness or Sorojchi is a traveling disease, which usually occurs when we are exposed to violent changes in height. Its main symptoms are: Headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, which make it impossible to enjoy a good trip. Altitude sickness is a traveling disease, which usually occurs when we are exposed to violent changes in height. Its main symptoms are: Headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, which make it impossible to enjoy a good trip.
Altitude sickness is also known as soroche (Ecuador, Peru) pointing (Argentina), yeyo (Colombia), sorojchi (Bolivia )
For those who are not accustomed, the height hits hard, so I always recommend Sorojchi pills for soroche males. Sorojchi pills, it's the voice! #SorojchiPills #Cusco #NeverStop #TrailRunning #Running #MountaInTrail
I visited Huaraz over the weekend and was able to enjoy this wonderful city to the fullest thanks to Sorojchi pills, which managed to keep the symptoms of soroche away.
When I travel to high places, I always take Sorojchi Pills, because it always protects me from the discomforts caused by soroche and allows me to enjoy the trip.
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In bronchial asthma, hay fever and edema of the nasal mucosa. Do not administer during pregnancy, lactation or in children or adolescents with influenza or chickenpox. People with hypersensitivity to one of the components should not be consumed: ácido acetilsalicílico (aspirina), salófeno, cafeína. Do not administer in alcoholic, diabetic, hypertensive patients with reduced renal, cardiac or hepatic function, with coagulation disorders, gastric hemorrhage and gastritis. Adults and over 12 years. Keep out of the reach of children. If symptoms persist consult your doctor.