GUNA Biotherapeutics Protocol

Immune Support

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5 pellets 2 times per day for 2 months at least 

In acute phases, 10 pellets 2-3 times per day

Immune support during times of seasonal cold and flu.


Adults: 10 mL every 4-8 hours

Children 6-12 years: 5 mL every 4-8 hours

Children under 6 years: please consult your practitioner

Temporary relief of cough due to cold and flu, inhalation of irritants, excess mucus, and phlegm.


Adults and children over 6 years: 1 monodose tube, up to 3 times per day

Also recommended: 1 monodose per week for 6 consecutive weeks at the start of the flu season 

Children under 6 years: please consult your practitioner

Temporary relief of cold and flu symptoms such as fever, minor aches, and pains.


20 drops twice per day

In acute phases, 10 drops every 30 minutes for 2 hours

Temporary relief of acute fever, minor aches, and pain due to inflammation or trauma.

Guna-Oral Spray

Spray on the affected area, 3 times per day

In acute phases, spray every 15 minutes for up to 2 hours

Temporary relief of symptoms of inflammation of the oral cavity such as sore throat, inflamed gums, pharyngitis.


Adults: 5 pellets, 3 times per day

In acute phases: 3 pellets every 30 minutes for 2-3 hours

Children over 6 years: 3 pellets 3 times daily

Children under 6 years: 1 pellet 3 times daily, dissolved into a little water

Temporary relief of symptoms of viral infections such as upper respiratory congestion, sore throat, cold sores.


5 pellets, 3 times per day

In acute phases: 3 pellets every 30 minutes for 2-3 hours

Temporary relief of symptoms due to tonsillitis such as sore throat, loss of voice, and swollen lymph nodes.


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