BlueSky herbal colon cleanser 500 mg capsules
"Colon Cleanser" is a combination of several Herbs, which helps to eliminate constipation and promotes regular bowel movement. Roselax also acts as blood cleanser and detoxifier. Regular use of "Colon Cleanser" will help avoid Haemorrhoidal complaints. Pregnant women during the first trimester are advised to consult their physician before using this product.
- Promotes regular bowel movement
- Acts as blood cleanser & detoxifier
- An ideal formula for constipation relief
- Strengthens digestive system
- Removes toxins from the intestines
Embelia ribes has has been used traditionally to help maintain a healthy skin and to support the digestive function. It has a mild laxative activity and clinical studies have shown that extracts are effective against ascarides.
Traditional Ayurvedic Uses: intestinal parasites, intestinal worms, skin fungal infections, obesity, sore throat, digestive strengthener.
While an excellent "De-worming" remedy, it is a safe and invaluable herb to strengthen the body, especially the digestive system if it has been chronically stressed. It also keeps the intestines free of toxins.
The Indian Gooseberry (Emblica Officinalis / Amla) is one of the richest natural sources of vitamin C, containing up to 720 mg/100g of fresh pulp and 921 mg/100cc of pressed juice. This is approximately 20 times the vitamin C content of an Orange. The fruit has, in fact, been used successfully to treat human scurvy. It is also effective in the treatment of peptic ulcer as well as in non-ulcer dyspepsia. The alcoholic extract (1gm/kg) given to isoprotenol-pretreated rats resulted in an increase in cardiac glycogen and a decrease in serum LDH, suggesting a cardio-protective action. It also demonstrated a statistically significant reduction in serum cholesterol levels and an anti-atherogenic effect in rabbits.
Embelia ribes Byrn F, Euphorbia antiquorum, Ipomoea Turpethum R. Br, Emblica officinalis, Zingiber officinalis (Ginger), Terminalia chebula, Terminalia Belerica, Rosa Damascena, Mallotus Philippinensis.