Malunnggay herbal medicines is a herbal medicine developed in China, which claims to help treat and reverse many illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and cancer.
It is also used to treat other common ailments, such as headache and fever, but its use is not restricted to China.
But many doctors and pharmacists, and the government in some cases, have complained about the herbal medicines’ use and safety, with some health experts saying they could have serious side effects.
Here’s what you need to know about malunngga herbal medicine.
Malunghay herbal remedies, such in Chinese, are usually given as a powder, with the powder in the capsule being diluted with water to make it easier to take.
It usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes to take the medicine and lasts about six hours.
For some people, the medicine can be taken as a capsule, but for others it’s swallowed and absorbed more quickly, and some people may feel the pill feels too stiff to swallow.
The drug’s active ingredient is a powder of malunghai herbs.
But it is also available in pills, capsules and ointments.
The pills are typically about the size of a pill, and usually have an herbal medicine label.
The ointment contains water, which is supposed to soften the pills and prevent them from becoming clogged.
If the pills or ointeress do get clogged, the ointress can be removed.
The pill or oinment can be refilled, but it is not recommended.
In some cases it is mixed with water, and in other cases it’s used as an infusion.
The herbal medicine has been available in China since 2002, and is now being sold in about 200 pharmacies in China.
According to a 2011 study by the National Center for Research on Tuberculosis and Related Illnesses, the pills contain roughly 5.3 percent of the active ingredient, a level that could lead to serious side reactions.
The amount of active ingredient in the pills varies from one product to another, and a company spokeswoman told Reuters Health that malunugga herbal medicines may contain higher levels of some ingredients, such a zinc oxide.
“It is possible that some of these ingredients may be toxic to humans and animals,” the spokeswoman said.
If a patient is experiencing diarrhea, fever or vomiting, the doctor or pharmacist can administer a second dose of the herbal medicine as an emergency course.
A patient can also take the herbal remedy orally, though there’s no evidence that it works.
However, the Chinese government does not require that patients take the medication in a single dose, as long as they take it in small doses daily.
According in its website, malunongga herbal products are available for prescription in China and can be purchased online.