About Avemar

Avemar is an all-natural, dietary supplement for cancer patients. Avemar contains fermented wheat germ extract, and available in granulate and tablet form. 

 

What is the difference between Avemar Granulate and Tablet?

For diabetics, patients with fructose intolerance and for those who have difficulties consuming Avemar granulate, we recommend the tablet form.

 

  Granulate Tablet
Form: water soluble granulate film-coated tablet
Active ingredient: Avemar pulvis  Avemar pulvis
Daily dosage / bodyweight:   1 sachet / under 90kg 2x4 tablets / under 50kg
  2x5 tablets / 50-90kg
2 sachets /over 90kg 2x7 tablets/ over 90kg
Storage: below 15oC below 22oC
Diabetics: contains sugar sugar-free
Packaging unit: 1 box=30 sachets 1 box=2x150 tablets
Sufficient for: 1 month* 1 month*

*Based on average body weight

Delivery Charges

Country Charge
Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland 19,00 €

Avemar will be delivered to any valid address in the European Union* via Express Parcel Service (DHL, GLS). The package needs to be received by person. Average shipping transit time is 1 working day, but to some areas the delivery can last for 2-4 days.

Please contact our customer service for more information on delivery times to your post code.

*Except for those countries where Biropharma Ltd. has exclusive distributional partner.

If you have any question, request or comment, please contact us

By Phone

+36 70 466 65 03
Monday-Thursday: 10-18 pm, Friday: 10-17 pm

By Mail

H-1066 Budapest, Ó utca 4., Hungary

By E-mail

shop.avemar@avemarshop.com

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This site is intended for the citizens of the European Union only. The information on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to diagnose or treat any health problem or disease or be a substitute for advice provided by a doctor or other qualified health care professional. Patients should always consult with a doctor or other health care professionals for medical advice or information about a diagnosis and/or treatment. In the case of diagnosis or treatment of any disease, particularly tumour related diseases, a health care professional should always be consulted. Do not attempt to self-treat.