Borage Leaf, Tribulis (puncture vine), Buchu Leaf, Cranberry, Aloe Vera, Basil Leaf, Cleavers, Juniper Berry, Hydrangea, Fennel Seed, Uva Ursi Leaf, Goldenrod Herb, Celery Seed, Parsley Leaf, Gravel Root, Horsetail Nettle Leaf, White Oak Bark, Couch Grass (Dog Grass), Triphala, Pipsissewa
Take three (3) capsules daily with 8 oz. of water. Take consistently for optimum benefits.
This High Science Formula is the best most potent and effective herbal diuretic and nephritic (pertaining to the kidneys) formula in its class. This “High Science” formula detoxifies, tones, strengthens, rebuilds, nourishes, supports and promotes the kidneys, bladder, urinary tract and genital organs.
We have two kidneys: one on the right, and one on that left. They are organs of elimination of liquid excreta, and the work they do is nothing short of amazing. Each cell has its own process of assimilation and in the course of this process it has waste to eliminate. This waste is the end-product of the process of metabolism. The kidneys perform the complex task of extracting toxic waste of protein metabolism from the blood in the form of the uric acid and urea. The kidneys also regulate the activities which go on in their environment, such as quality and volume of water in the tissues, the osmosis process and regulation of acid-balance. The kidneys produce a secretion called rennin, which is taken up by the blood to be transmitted and used by the system when there is a need to constrict blood vessels. Your kidneys are extremely valuable organs which need watching because they respond to the condition of the colon.
Is a slightly dilated membranous sac. The kidneys receive urine from two ureters, discharge it into the uretha and then into an orifice closed by a muscular valve or sphincter. It is obvious that the urinary bladder deserves a great deal of respect, as it is our reservoir of liquid excreta which, upon analysis, is likely to indicate the individual’s eating, drinking, and other habits.
Purpose: determines will power; governs birth growth and reproduction; influences short-term memory; works with the adrenal glands to regulate blood pressure and blood circulation.