Organic Acai Berries are loaded with
antioxidants, have high levels of amino acids, and
are a good source of fiber. Adding Acai Berry to a
colon cleanse helps to flush body toxins, and
because it contains omega fatty acids, it acts as an
Organic Cape Aloe Leaf - is unique because it
has the properties of fiber to stimulate cramping,
without irritation, while it soothes and cleans like
Aloe V era. Cape Aloe Leaf has also been shown to
cleanse and detoxify the digestive tract
Cascara Sagrada, which translates as "sacred
bark", is a deciduous shrub of the American
Northwest. Cascara Sagrada contains compounds called
anthroquinones, that trigger contractions in the
colon, called peristalsis, which causes the urge to
have a bowel movement. It may also improve the
muscle tone of the colon walls.
Senna Leaves, a medicinal herb, acts as a
stimulant laxative and has been used for reducing
symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, hemorrhoids
Black Walnut Powder - has been used as a
antiparasitic agent, especially for the intestinal
tract. It is also anti-fungal, antiseptic,
astringent, and has antiviral properties. Black
Walnut has been used to treat hemorrhoids,
intestinal worms, parasites, and tapeworm.
Bentonite Clay has the ability to absorb
toxins, impurities, heavy metals, and other internal
contaminants. Bentonite, also referred to as
Montmorillonite, is one of the most effective and
powerful healing clays used to treat both internal
and external maladies.
We shower or bathe every day. We
brush our teeth on a daily basis. Most of us shampoo our
hair every day, too. We even have manicures and
pedicures to make sure our fingernails and toenails are
clean and attractive.
But most of us fail to make sure
our insides are clean... until we develop some symptoms
or a disease which gives us a wake-up call.
The truth is, our digestive tract
(especially the colon) is the "sewer system" of our
body. If we are to enjoy good health, that system
requires regular cleaning.
The practice of natural colon
cleansing dates back to ancient Greece. In the U.S.,
cleansing the colon -- the large intestine -- became
popular in the 1920s and 1930s.
The human body has not changed
very much in the past several thousand years... however
most people's diets have certainly changed a lot. All
the refined sugar, white flour, and hormone and
antibiotic filled meats we constantly ingest assault our
We are exposed to thousands of
toxins and unhealthy chemicals on a daily basis. We take
them in from the food we eat, the water we drink, the
air we breathe, and the prescription medications we
These toxins, dangerous chemicals,
and the typical "American diet" lead to poor digestion,
constipation, weight gain, low energy, headaches, and
many other maladies.
Believe it or not, autopsies
reveal the colons of 80% of people who have passed away
are clogged up with waste material.
This waste material gives
parasites an ideal place to live. These tiny creatures
are alive, and all too often they severely damage every
cell in our bodies.
If you attempt to cleanse your
liver, blood, or lymph system without first addressing a
waste-filled bowel, the excreted toxins will only get
recycled back into your body.
If you suffer from Irritable Bowel
Syndrome (IBS), constipation, stomach pain, lack of
energy, digestive problems, and/ or obesity... it’s
almost certain you have an "unclean" and toxic colon. In
fact, a toxic colon probably contributes to almost every
disease suffered by the human race.
But the good news is, now there is
an easy way to free your body of all the excess waste
material, accumulated toxins and parasites!
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Consult a physician before taking this product or any
• Do not take this product if you are pregnant, nursing,
or have a medical condition.
*The information in this document
has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to
treat, diagnose, cure,
or prevent any disease. This information is not intended
as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a
qualified healthcare professional and you should seek
the advice of your healthcare professional before
undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes. This
information is provided for educational purposes only.