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Red face after alcohol .. Not everytime
Face getting red after drinking even small amount of alcohol, never happened before.. does not happen everytime I drink.. sometimes everything is normal
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Any kind alcohol or tobacco or gutakha etc produces poor quality blood in body. In long term alcohol intake this problem is common. You need milk intake to tackle this problem along with some Ayurveda medications. Drink as much cow milk as you can daily then only you can cure this problem. No other natural way. Take online consultation for more details
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Hello I understand your concern You are suffering from Asian flush or alcohol flush We have many homeopathic medicines to cure it completely from the root itself without any harmful sideeffects Please contact me directly Or ask me st dramisha.com Online consultation and medicines at your doorstep also available nationally and internationally Warm regards Dr Amisha mirchandani
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