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SLIPPERY ELM BARK
  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

SLIPPERY ELM BARK

People take slippery elm by mouth for coughs, sore throat, colic, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bladder and urinary tract infections and inflammation, syphilis, herpes, and for expelling tapeworms. It is also used for protecting against stomach and duode...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

ASTRAGALUS ROOT

Astragalus has been used as a dietary supplement for many conditions, including for diarrhea, fatigue, anorexia, upper respiratory infections, heart disease, hepatitis, fibromyalgia, and as an adjunctive therapy for cancer. The most commonly reported side effects are diarrhea and other mild g...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

GRAVIOLA

Also known as Maytenus laevis, this plant is used in traditional medicine for several purposes in extract form. Antitumor and anti-inflammatory properties were recently attributed to the extracts of the root bark of the plant. The presence of phenoldienones (tingenone, 22-hydroxytingeno...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

BURDOCK ROOT

Burdock root has been a staple of holistic medicine for quite some time. Its two most common uses have been as a diuretic and as a digestive aid. Now, researchers have discovered numerous potential uses and health benefits for burdock root. Burdock root has shown to be high in antioxidants an...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

SHEEP SORREL

Rumex acetosella, or Sheep sorrel contains many nutrients including: Vitamin C, B, D,E, K, beta carotene, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. It is known for its antibacterial properties, and has been used to treat bacterial infections including Staph, E.coli and Salmonella. It is also know...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

TURKEY RHUBARB

One of the names of rheum palmatum, Turkey rhubarb has been used for medicinal purposes for more than 3,000 years. It has shown to be effective against feverish conditions, as a cathartic agent in the stomach, and when used as a purging agent. Other known applications for Turkey rhubarb include a...

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  • Dr. Todd Watts and Dr. Jay Davidson
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  • 13 Apr 19

BIOACTIVE CARBON (EXTRACTS OF HUMIC AND FULVIC ACID)

Our products use long- and short-chain BioActive Carbon molecules, which have the ability to support life. These BioActive Carbon molecules are extracts of humic and fulvic acids and are designed to work systematically in the body. These molecules bind with toxins in the body and, in addition to...

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