Lamicare Health Ltd
New Derwent House
73-69 Theobalds Road
London, England, WC1X 8TA
Unit A2, Arden Grove Business Park
Cnr. Omuramba Rd & Racecourse Rd
Milnerton, Cape Town,
South Africa, 7441
+27 86 100 0400
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Always consult your pharmacist or doctor if symptoms persist. This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for its quality, safety or its intended use.