Colon and Digestive Cleanse

colon-bottle 100 capsule bottle
$30.00
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60 capsule bottle
$20.00
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Ingredients:
Cascara Sagrada, Willow Bark, Poke Root, Senna Leaf, Fennel Seed, Ginger Root, Slippery Elm, Chamomile Flower, Irish Moss, Cayenne Pepper, Triphala.

Directions:
Take three (3) capsules daily. Take consistently for optimum benefit

This High Science Formula is a powerful laxative and cathartic “High Science” formula which is the best, most effective, safe and sane herbal laxative and cathartic science on the market. Our Moorish Scientist has compound a ten (10) herb formula which gets a dead and deactivated, sluggish colon operating again. High Science Formula also tones, strengthens, rebuilds and restores the colon; dissolves gas pockets; destroys and expels intestinal worms and parasites; and stimulates and promotes peristalsis .

digestivediagram1The Colon is the sewage system of the body. Nature’s laws of preservation and hygiene require and insist that this sewage system be cleansed regularly, under penalty of the innumerable ailments, sickness and diseases that follow, as the night follows the day, if waste is allowed to accumulate. The very best of diets can be no better than the very worst if the colon is clogged with a collection of waste and corruption. The Colon is a natural breeding ground for bacterial, the purpose and function of this bacteria is to neutralize, dissipate, avoid and prevent a toxic condition from developing in the colon. Not to cleanse the colon is like having the entire garbage collecting staff in your city go on strike for days on end! The accumulation of garbage in the streets creates putrid, odoriferous, unhealthy gases which are dispersed into the atmosphere.

Purpose: The Colon absorbs minerals and liquids, excreted solid waste as stool and body fluids THROUGH sweating.

A. The Digestive System/Large Intestine (Stomach, Pancreas, and Spleen)

*The Stomach
Your stomach is either your friend or your enemy depending on what you put in it. What goes into your stomach determines what will eventually be in your colon; you CANNOT escape this fact. “You are what you eat”, the cells and tissues in your body are your servants and are dependent on you for their nourishment. They are constantly and faithfully at work for you, night and day, for as many years as you give them the opportunity to regenerate themselves with life by means of the food you eat.

*The Pancreas
The pancreas is a gland organ that is located in the abdomen. It is part of the digestive system and produces important enzymes and hormones that help break down foods. The pancreas stretches from the spleen to slightly higher than the middle of the semi circular bend of the duodenum. With two functions known as endocrine (which releases juices directly into the bloodstream); and exocrine because it releases juices into ducts. Its main duct joins the duct of the gall bladder, emptying into the duodenum. The pancreas is a compound tubular gland like the salivary glands in the mouth, making the pancreas one of the most active glands in the system. The pancreas is a very important gland in our body and we should give to it the full complement of respect which it deserves if we wish to attain any degree of perfect, vibrant health; the first place to begin is with your colon.

*The Spleen
The spleen is an organ lying on the left side of the body inside the lower ribs. Connected to the stomach by the gastro-splenic ligament and to the left kidney by the kidney ligament. The spleen is composed largely of loose, adenoid tissue known as the spleen pulp. It is a large blood-filter placed on the main stream of blood vessels known as the splenic-lienal artery. Among its many functions is the removal of used-up, dead, red blood corpuscles from the blood, as well as any bacteria and other waste matter which might be present. The spleen also produces antibiotics.

The purpose: The stomach digest food. The spleen (largest lymphatic organ) filters non food items, separate the food essences and transforms them into blood and light (Chi). The Pancreas transports food and waste in and out of the cells.