Lola Remedios: A Natural Remedy for Lamig

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I rarely catch a cold or flu; thank God for that! What I usually suffer from is back pain because of lamig. The muscles in my upper back become tense, stiff, and hard. When you have lamig sa likod, you also get this heavy feeling that seems like you’re catching a flu, making you want to abandon the daily grind and just take a rest.

What Exactly is Lamig?
“Lamig” is “muscle spasm” in English. Medical News Today defines muscle spasm as “a sudden, involuntary movement in one or more muscles.” Muscle spasms usually happen because of fatigue, stress or anxiety, exercise, or insufficient water intake. Athletes, overweight individuals, pregnant women, older adults, and those with diabetes, liver, thyroid, or nerve disorders are prone to muscle spasms.

How I Remedy My Lamig or Muscle Spasm
I usually get relief from the discomfort of having lamig sa likod by having a finger pressure massage to ease my back pain and by putting pain relief patches. Nope, I don’t take pain relievers; I’m just not used to them. And since last year, I’ve also been taking Lola Remedios whenever my lamig sa likod strikes. I noticed whenever I drink 1 sachet of Lola Remedios before bedtime that my back isn’t as stiff and hard when I wake up the next day. My body malaise or the feeling of being unwell also disappears.

What Is Lola Remedios?
Lola Remedios is a ready-to-drink food supplement syrup that contains all-natural ingredients. Each sachet costs Php10, and it’s available at Mercury Drug, Watsons, and 7-Eleven nationwide.

Ingredients of Lola Remedios and Its Health Benefits
• Mint – helps improve cold symptoms and ease digestion
• Honey – helps reduce blood pressure, improve cholesterol, and lower triglycerides.
• Ginger – has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties.
• Clove – is rich in antioxidants that combat free radicals in the body.
• Fennel – is a good source of Vitamin C and can help prevent anemia and treat respiratory disorders.

Lola Remedios has no approved therapeutic claims, but let its list of healthy ingredients guide you in determining whether it’s something you need or not.

How to Drink Lola Remedios
Shake well, then tear off the sachet, and drink. It’s that easy!

Recommended Usage
Lola Remedios can be taken as needed; approximately 1 to 3 sachets a day.

Precaution
Lola Remedios is recommended for adults only. It is NOT INTENDED for children, pregnant and lactating women, and individuals who are allergic to menthol flavors.

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4 Responses

  1. Thank you for sharing. The best talaga pala ang lola remedios sa lamig kaya highly recommended po bukod sa mura na quick relief pa at easy to drinks na din.

  2. Yes the best tlga ang lola remedios ito din tlga ang iniinom namin nakakatanggal ng lamig sa ktawan , tlagang maganda ang benefits niya . Very affordable price pa 🤗❤️

  3. must have.. Maganda nga daw po itong lola remedios . Madami po akong naririnig na good feedback dto. Actually meron din po kaming stock nito. Isang box ,incase na kailangan po namin.. Very affordable pa.

  4. I like lola remedios, all natural ang ingredients. Very affordable and effective pa. Tanggal agad ang lamig. Highly recommended 💯

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