Natural Remedies for Intestinal Health


An inexpensive, self-help guide for many conditions of the digestive tract.

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An inexpensive, self-help guide for many conditions of the digestive tract.

A self help guide for the following conditions:

  • Acid-Reflux (heartburn),
  • Food Allergies,
  • Improving Appetite,
  • Candidiasis,
  • Colitis,
  • Colon (toxic) linked to Insomnia and Osteoporosis,
  • Constipation,
  • Crohn’s Disease,
  • Diarrhea,
  • Digestion Aids,
  • Implanting Friendly Flora,
  • Gall Stones,
  • GI Tract conditions,
  • Intestinal Gas,
  • Leaky Gut Syndrome linked to Butyrate Deficiency,
  • Ulcers
  • and more.

Restoring intestinal health is one of the most neglected areas of modern medicine. TOXEMIA, the result of improperly digested foods and bad microbes in the large intestines is a major contributing factor in all chronic disease.

Toxins produced by “unfriendly flora” in the colon are absorbed into the blood supply. The liver has the task of breaking these poisons down into metabolites that are removed from the body through bile, lymph system, kidneys and skin. Toxins in the large intestines contribute to liver toxicity, chronic fatigue, free radicals, poor blood circulation, an impaired immune response to viruses, fungus, microplasmas, bacteria and cancer.

Equally important as the bad effects of unfriendly flora are the loss of benefits from the friendly flora – the bifido bacteria in the colon or large intestines and acidophilus for the small intestines. These friendly flora produce a wide range of substances that are beneficial to the health of the intestines and to the immune system.

Poor appetite, impaired digestion and a toxic colon are common threads that link many of the chronic illnesses of our times.

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Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 7.5 × 0.1 in