Fibersol-2, soy fiber, oat bran, apple pectin, and psyllium husk:
These are all soluble dietary fibers. Dietary fiber could be considered
the sixth group of essential nutrients. Fibers are Mother Nature's
natural brooms. They help keep the
colon and digestive system swept clean and healthy.
Ginger Root: Ginger is considered a tonic for the
digestive tract, stimulating digestion,
toning intestinal muscles and is commonly used for treating
Senna Leaf: Senna has been used for its
laxative properties for centuries.
Aloe Vera Gel: Used externally to treat various
skin conditions such as cuts, burns and eczema. Internally aloe vera gel is known to have
Bentonite is a clay processed from volcanic ash. Studies show that the
internal use of volcanic ash goes back to the indigenous peoples of the
high Andes mountains, tribes in Central Africa and the aborigines of
Australia. Taken internally, it supports the intestinal system in the
elimination of toxins.
Yellow Dock Root: Used in cultures around the world for its reputation in supporting
healthy blood and
liver. It contains chemicals called anthroquinones which
stimulate bowel movements.
Dandelion Root: Traditionally, dandelion has been used to
cure breast illnesses, bloating, and
disorders of the gastrointestinal system. It is a gentle diuretic, flushing the kidneys.
Clove: Cloves are used as a carminative which helps
dispel gas and increase hydrochloric acid in the
stomach. Clove also
Black Walnut Bark:
Herbalists have traditionally used the husks (hulls) of Black Walnuts
as a nutritional aid for the intestinal tract in treating
Milk Thistle: Milk thistles have been reported to have protective effects on the
liver and to improve its function.
Literally meaning "three fruits," triphala is composed of the dried
fruits of amalaki, bibhitaki and haritaki. Popular for its unique
ability to gently
cleanse and detoxify the body while simultaneously
replenishing and nourishing it.