16 OZ. Power Form
ITEM # 1116
Phase one prepares the glands, organs, and tissues of the body for cleansing. Deturge TM contains more than forty herbs that provide nutrients and begin the cleansing processes. The goal of the first phase is to enhance the digestive system's potential to cleanse its mucosal membranes of sludge and debris that may be causing inefficient absorption.
Internal intestinal detergent with herbs that also cleanse the blood, kidneys, liver, lymph and more.
Powder form, shockingly bitter taste in the beginning. After 4-6 weeks your body and taste buds will crave it.
HERBS FOR SUPPORT OF THE BODY
• ALFALFA (leaf) – King of the herbs; rich in Vitamin B and flavonoids to help build tissue; may help to balance hormonal and endocrine systems.
• CARROT (root) – May help as a tonic, diuretic, and stimulant to the kidney and bladder.
• GINGER (root) – Best known for its digestive and stomach properties. May act as an anti-inflammatory herb.
• GINKGO (leaf) – May act as a vasodilator, anti-fungal, anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, and insecticidal herb. May help to stabilize the cell membrane and the sodium pump so electrical potentials can be maintained.
• HAWTHORN (berry) – High in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. May help to smooth and relax muscles. May help to stabilize collagen to protect free radical damage during inflammation. May act as a vasodilator.
• JUNIPER (berry) – May help to improve digestion and disinfect. The berry may also help to relieve joint problems, promote uric acid excretion, and increase blood flow.
• MILK THISTLE (seed) – Used as a liver protector and tonic, it may help to increase protein synthesis in the liver cells. High flavolignan content.
• NETTLE (leaf) – May have properties as a nutritive tonic, circulatory stimulant, anti-hemorrhagic, and diuretic. May help to increase excretion of uric acid. May have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
HERB FOR INCREASED ABSORPTION
• HORSERADISH (root) – May help to increase the potency of all other herbs in this formulation and to increase the absorption through the villi of the small intestine. May act as a potent stimulant of the nervous system.
HERB FOR PERISTALSIS
• OATSTRAW (aerial parts) – May act as a mild sedative and hypnotic; may exhibit properties of an anti-depressant cardiac tonic; rich in protein and minerals.
HERBS FOR THE LIVER
• BARBERRY (bark) – May act as a purging tonic. May help with general tissue cleansing, regulation of digestion, and detoxification of the liver. May have anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and anti-inflammatory properties.
• BUCKTHORN (bark) – Purgative herb that may help to stimulate bowel evacuation and strengthen the liver and gallbladder; may help to promote colon peristalsis; releases in the small intestine.
• OREGON GRAPE (root) – Tonic for the whole body, particularly for skin problems and the liver. May have an anti-catarrhal effect on the reproductive and gastrointestinal tract; may exhibit tonic effect on the liver.
• PARSLEY (leaf) – Contains three times more Vitamin C gram-per-gram than citrus juice, may be beneficial for high blood pressure, may exhibit high antioxidant action due to flavanoids, may act as a liver tonic and may help to stimulate urination.
• TURKEY RHUBARB (root) – May help to show anti-tumor activity as a result of two of its compounds: rhein and emodin. May help increase gastric secretion, peristalsis, appetite, and secretion of bile.
• SCHIZANDRA (berry) – May help to speed liver detoxification. May exhibit an immunostimulant property. May help as a tonic for fatigue, debility, and overall stamina. Considered an adaptogenic herb.
HERBS FOR DIGESTION
• CLOVE (bud) – May be considered the most stimulating and carminative of all aromatic herbs. May help to reduce nausea and flatulence and to stimulate peristalsis. May have properties of a strong germicidal and a powerful antiseptic.
• GENTIAN (root) – A bitter herb that may help to stimulate the nerve endings of the tongue and reflex stimulation of saliva and gastric secretions. May help to induce peristaltic actions and reduce fevers. Produces febrifuge. May help as an anti-bacterial for the stomach. Considered unrivaled as a stomach tonic.
• WHITE OAK (bark) – May exhibit astringent and virustatic properties. Used for acute diarrhea and local treatment of mild inflammation of the oral cavity, the pharyngeal region, genital and anal areas.
HERBS FOR THE KIDNEY
• BUCHU (leaf) – An astringent herb that has therapeutic properties for bladder, kidney, and prostate inflammation and water retention.
• CELERY (seed) – An anti-spasmodic for the gastrointestinal tract, a diuretic for the urinary tract, and nutritious for the musculoskeletal system.
• PLANTAIN (leaf) – Stimulates the secretion of uric acid by the kidneys. Used for anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic reactions.
• SHEEP SORRELL (aerial parts) – Diuretic and rich in potassium and flavanoids.
• UVA URSI (leaf) – Contains a compound called arbutin that helps to drain the excess water from cells and to promote an anti-septic effect on the kidneys, reducing acidity while acting as a natural diuretic.
HERBS FOR THE LYMPHATICS
• CLEAVERS (aerial parts) – Has a diuretic effect and also helps to reduce lymphatic swelling. Great for infections and inflammations.
• ECHINACEA PURPUREA (aerial parts) – Known for its antibiotic actions, it works to help boost lymphatic cleansing of the blood and enhance the immune system. Anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory.
• HYSSOP (leaf) – Spasmolytic and anti-catarrhal properties. Expectorant and diaphoretic properties make it an excellent respiratory tract herb and great for the nervous system. Anti-scorbutic and an expectorant for the lungs. Very high in sulfur.
• MYRRH (gum) – Anti-microbial, hypocholesterolemic, anti-inflammatory, astringent, carminative, anti-catarrhal. Has been shown to help reduce lipid/cholesterol levels.
• POKE (root) - The most potent herb specific to glandular enlargement and hardness, especially of the lymph nodes in all areas of the body. Helps to increase white blood cell production and mitosis in lymphocytes.
HERBS FOR THE BLOOD
• BLUE FLAG (root) – Anti-inflammatory. Helps to suppress appetite and also helps to catabolize fatty acids so that they move from storage tissue in the body into the stream.
• PAU D’ARCO (bark) – Blood puritive. Has demonstrated properties as an antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and anti-fungal, which is why it is used to combat yeast infections.
• RED CLOVER (leaf) – Anti-cancer activity due to cyanogenic glycoside. Contains isoflavones which are estrogenic. Often used for skin problems and as an expectorant. ,
• SASSAFRAS (root) - Aromatic, stimulant, diaphoretic herb.
• YELLOW DOCK (root) – Blood cleansing herb. Helps to rid the body of toxins and to purge the lymph glands. Enhances the liver’s ability to filter the blood. Has an anti-bacterial property.
• RUE (aerial parts) – Used as a diuretic and for pain, including chest, breathing, and sciatic. An antidote to all poisons. Treats worms, warts, coughs, croup, palpitations, and headaches.
• WORMWOOD (aerial parts) – Anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, bitter tonic, anti-parasitic. Tonic for the upper digestive tract. Anti-fungal and anti-septic.
HERBS FOR THE BOWEL
• BLACK WALNUT (green hull) – An astringent herb because it is rich in tannins, which have toning properties. Mild laxative. Anti-parasitic. Good for skin conditions.
• CAPE ALOE (leaf) – Used as a soothing coolant to the small intestines to help with heated inflammation and can also act as a gentle laxative. Anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
• CASCARA SAGRADA (bark) – Laxative properties stimulating the colon, liver, and gallbladder. Can help to prevent calcium-based urinary stones. Increases muscular activity in large intestines.
• CHICKWEED (aerial parts) – Traditionally used to expel fevers and to soothe breast inflammation. Contains volatile oils that have anti-septic action to help ease irritations of the gastrointestinal tract.
• PSYLLIUM HUSK (seed) – Bulk laxative and demulcent. Increases bulk of stools. Gentle and non-irritating. Efficient in treating both constipation and diarrhea. Cholesterol levels could be improved.
• SENNA (leaf) – Purgative herb that acts as an intestinal cleanser. Has anti-microbial actions and is known to be absorbed through the walls of the small intestine and to subsequently stimulate the nerves of the large intestine. Other studies suggest that it has the ability to calm nerves and ease pain.
• SLIPPERY ELM (bark) – A mucilaginous compound. Soothes irritated mucous membranes. Excellent for diarrhea, colon disorders, sore throats, or intestinal ulcers.
Take 1 heaping tablespoon before bed, mix with grapefruit or orange juice.
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