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Ingredients

Bentonite Drinking Clay

Sodium Bentonite Clay

Bentonite Drinking Clay has been used throughout history by various cultures for not only its ability to bind to toxins, but also for its abundant mineral content.

Bentonite Clay is also rich in Iron and Silica, which contributes to normal energy production, blood formation, reduction of tiredness/fatigue and is necessary for normal immune system function.

Ultra-Pure Bentonite Drinking Clay contains 1624mg of Silica per 6.2g serve.

Colon Cleanse Formula

Chia Meal

(Salvia hispanica)

When mixed with liquid, Chia acts as an intestinal broom, containing fibre, which contributes to regular elimination, moving waste efficiently through the digestive tract.

Chia seeds are classed as a Super food, abundant with dietary fiber, antioxidants and nutrients.

A Single Serving Contains:

  • A Good source of omega-3 fatty acids (ALA)
  • Dietary fibre, contributing to regular bowel movements, which is important for our digestive health

Licorice Root

(Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Licorice root is another of our colon cleanse ingredients. Licorice Root is one of those herbs that have been around since ancient times.

Also known as the “Great Adjunct”, the “Great Detoxifier” and the “Grandfather of Chinese herbs”, this herb has been used for centuries for a wide variety of ailments. Today, licorice is still widely used as a folk or traditional remedy. We use certified organic Licorice root.


Aloe Vera

(Aloe barbadensis)

Aloe vera has been used for medicinal purposes in several cultures for millennia. The Aloe vera plant has been known and used for centuries for its health, beauty, medicinal and skin care properties.

The name Aloe vera derives from the Arabic word “Alloeh” meaning “shining bitter substance,” while “vera” in Latin means “true.”

Aloe vera contains many constituents including vitamins, enzymes, and minerals and anthraquinones.

Weeding Formula

Clove

(Syzygium aromaticum)

Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine, and western herbalism and dentistry.

The qualities of aromatic and medicinal plants and their extracts have been recognised since antiquity.

Cloves have been used traditionally to help relieve mild digestive complaints such as such as flatulence, abdominal bloating, slow digestion and nausea.


Black Walnut

(Juglans nigra)

Historically, the bark of black walnut was used by several Native Americans, including the Cherokee, Delaware, Iroquois, and Meskwaki.

Black walnut is used traditionally in herbal medicine as anthelmintics to assist in the elimination of common intestinal worms such as pinworm and threadworm


Pomegranate

(Punica granatum)

Pomegranate is one of the earliest cultivated fruits. Preserved Pomegranate in Middle Bronze Age archaeological sites, indicate that it came into civilization at least 500 years ago. Pomegranate has a long history of use in traditional medicines.

Pomegranate has anti-oxidant action, protecting against cellular damage due to free radicals. Stress, alcohol, cigarettes and pollution may increase free radical production in the body, and the potential for oxidative damage.

Gut Lining Formula

Spirulina

(Blue-Green Algae)

Spirulina is actually a blue-green microalgae that helped produce the oxygen in our atmosphere billions of years ago so that other life forms could appear.

The rainbow of natural pigments that give Spirulina a deep green color are; green (chlorophyll), blue (phycocyanin) and orange (carotenoids) colors, which collect the sun’s energy and power growth. Chlorophyll is a natural cleanser and is often referred to as nature’s green magic.

Spirulina is considered a Superfood, meaning it is incredibly rich in nutrients. It is also contains 60-70% protein, which is more protein than beef, chicken or soybeans.


Tumeric Root Powder

(Curcuma longa)

Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years. Turmeric is an Indian spice derived from the roots of the plant and has a long history of use in both Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.

More than 100 components have been isolated from turmeric including natural antioxidants and many nutrients. Contributing to the iron content of Gut Lining formula, which is necessary for normal immune system function.


Shiitake mushroom powder

(Lentinula Edodes)

Medicinal mushrooms have been used in China and Japan for over 3,000 years. Mushrooms present a variety of nutrition compounds and contain substances called Terpenoids, which help kill bacteria and viruses on the mushroom itself.

Mushrooms have these properties because they need antibacterial and antifungal compounds to survive in their natural environment. It’s easy to understand why strong antimicrobial compounds can be isolated from mushrooms.

A published 2008 review from the University of Hong Kong found that medicinal mushrooms immune effects were due to the active compound B-glucans, a polysaccharide, which triggers immune responses, stimulating immune cells, including macrophages and natural killer cells1.


Probiotics

(Lactobacillus Acidophilus & Bifidobacterium lactis)

A healthy digestive system contains approximately 400 types of probiotic bacteria that work to reduce the growth of harmful bacteria and yeast and help promote a healthy digestive system.

Probiotics known as “friendly” or “good” bacteria, are live microorganisms, similar to the beneficial microorganisms naturally found in the human gut, that restore the body’s “friendly” bacteria, helping your immune system to fight off the growth of harmful bacteria, and wipe out “unfriendly” yeast.

Probiotics are generally derived form two groups; Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium Lactis.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium Lactis contributes to gastrointestinal health and the maintenance of beneficial gastrointestinal microflora. Bifidobacterium lactis contributes to immune function.

A published study in The Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that dietary Bifidobacterium imparted measurable effects on immune function among subjects2.

Liver Tonic

Milk Thistle

(St Mary’s Thistle)

St Mary’s Thistle (Milk thistle) seed is a hepatoprotective, supporting and assisting the detoxification of the liver and normal liver function. Milk thistle is an antioxidant herb protecting the liver from the damaging effects free radicals.

Milk thistle is also a tonic to the liver and aids digestion.


Schisandra

(Schisandra Chinensis Fruit)

Schisandra is a liver tonic and maintains healthy liver function through its antioxidant properties, protecting the body against the damaging effects of free radicals.

It supports the liver and helps to maintain healthy liver and gall bladder function.


Giant Knotweed Resveratrol

(Fallopia Japonica Standardised to contain Resveratrol)

Trans-Resveratrol is a naturally occurring compound found in the roots of giant knotweed and also in blueberries, grapes (red wine), peanuts and in a total of 70 other plants, used as a protective device against bad weather, insects, bacteria and fungi.

Fallopia japonica is a rich source of the antioxidant, resveratrol. It’s antioxidant activity assists in protecting the body from potential free radical damage.

References:

  1. Ulrike Lindequist, Timo H. J. Niedermeyer, and Wolf-Dieter Jülich. The Pharmacological Potential of Mushroom, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2005 2 (3): 285-299
  2. Canducci F, Armuzzi A, Cremonini F, Cammarota G, Bartolozzi F, Pola P, Gasbarrini G, Gasbarrini A. A lyophilized and inactivated culture of Lactobacillus acidophilus increases Helicobacter pylori eradication rates, Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 2000, 14 (12): 1625–1629