King Bio Water Retention Review

Will King Bio Reduce Your Water Retention?

King Bio’s Homeopathic Water Retention is probably one of the most interesting supplements I have come across. This oral spray is to be taken 2-6 times a day with 3 sprays for an adult, 2 sprays for a child, and 1 spray for an infant. I don’t know about you but there is no way I would give an infant or a child a water retention supplement. Especially one that isn’t FDA approved.

King Bio Homeopathic Water Retention is said to be an all natural diuretic that will help manage your health naturally. King Bio uses a unique list of ingredients with only a couple of ingredients that you see in other diuretics. I don’t imagine this product to do all that much for you in the form of reducing your water weight. This product is said to be safe for all ages which makes me wonder what percentages of ingredients they have in this product. Also, king bio is said to work by having your organs use up the extra water in a natural way. This is an interesting approach but not one that I would imagine working all that well. Lets take a look at the ingredients found in Bio King.

Ingredients Found in Bio King Homeopathic Water Retention
Aceticum acidum, apis mellifica, apocynum cannabinum, berberis vulgaris, cahinca, digitalis purpurea, helleborus niger, hydrocotyle asiatica, natrum muriaticum, oxydendrum arboreu,m plumbum metallicum, sambucus nigra, solidago virgaurea, strophanthus hispidus. Each ingredient is in equal volumes of 10x, 30x, and 100x potencies in a pure water base.

Cost of Bio King Homeopathic Water Retention
Bio king water retention will cost you around $12.00 minus shipping cost.
Overall Thoughts on Bio King Homeopathic Water Retention

As I said earlier this is one interesting product. It contains a couple common diuretic ingredients such as goldenrod but some of the other ingredients in this product are way out there, such as bee venom. This product seems to be more of a witch’s brew than a herbal diuretic. I would also never recommend giving this product to an infant or child. If you are the type of person that likes to try random products than this may be one that would be interesting to try.

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