Acacia Gum – Supports proper digestion and elimination of food.
Alfalfa Leaf – An insoluble fiber that bulks the stool and helps promote peristalsis.
Apple Pectin – A soluble fiber that binds with bile acids and promotes their excretion.
Apple Powder – Contains both pectins and lignins. Lignins are thought to act as antioxidants.
Barley Rice Fiber – A soluble fiber in the lignin class.
Beet root – Soluble and insoluble fiber that sweeps and cleanses the eliminatory system.
Fennel Seed – A carminative and stomachic, eases stomach discomfort and dispels gas.
Garlic – Enhances digestive function.
Guar Gum – Soluble fiber shown to be helpful in regulating glucose levels.
Gum Karaya – Supports proper digestion and elimination of food.
Lactobacillus Acidophilus – “Friendly” bacteria, promotes proper intestinal environment.
Lemon Peel – A soluble fiber. Pectins are able to bind with bile and promote its excretion.
Mint Leaf – Traditionally used as a stomachic and antispasmodic; supports digestion.
Oat Bran – Soluble fibers. Water-soluble fiber is able to bind with water and bile, increasing bulk and promoting peristalsis. Soluble fibers have been shown to help balance blood-lipid levels because of their ability to bind with bile and promote its excretion.
Pau D’Arco root – Possesses immune-enhancing properties and may be destructive to certain harmful microorganisms.
Red Raspberry Leaf – A blood tonic.
Shattered Cell Wall Chlorella – Nutrient source, detoxifier of the blood and internal organs.
Slippery Elm Bark – A demulcent, soothes the digestive tract.
Turnip – Enhances circulation and blood purifiers.