Advanced Gut Relief

Product Information

Food and water are the most common sources of parasite and invading organism transmission. Since most of us eat three times a day and drink water frequently throughout the day, our exposure to these sources is constant. Tap water has been found to be contaminated with harmful organisms. Both plant and animal foods carry parasites, and cleaning and cooking methods often do not often destroy them before ingestion. While some parasites create no symptoms in their hosts, others can cause severe illness.  Parasitic infections occur when parasites grow, reproduce, or invade organ systems that make their hosts ill. Just some of the symptoms caused by a parasite infection include stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, dehydration, weight loss, fever, gas, diarrhea, constipation, flu-like symptoms, swollen lymph nodes, aches and pains, itching and redness or irritation. Advanced Gut Relief is an immune enhancing, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic formulation.

Active ingredients per hard capsule:
Allium sativum (Garlic) ext dry conc 40 mg
 Derived from dry bulb 2 g
Artemisia annua (Sweet Wormwood) ext dry conc 116.67 mg
 Derived from dry herb 1.167 g
Berberis vulgaris (Common Barberry) ext dry conc 100 mg
 Derived from dry stem bark 1 g
Curcuma longa (Turmeric) ext dry conc 10.53 mg
 Derived from dry rhizome 263.16 mg
Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel) ext dry con 83.33 mg
 Derived from dry seed 1.666 g
Handroanthus impetiginosus (Pau d'arco) extract dry concentrate 66.67 mg
 Derived from dry stem bark 666.67 mg
Inula helenium (Horsetail) ext dry conc 44.44 mg
 Derived from dry root 666.6 mg
Juglans nigra (Black walnut) ext dry conc 100 mg
 Derived from dry fruit hulls 1 g
Punica granatum (Pomegranate) ext dry conc 20 mg
 Derived from dry fruit peel 1 g
Clove Bud Oil 16.67 mg
Origanum Oil (Spanish) 33.33 mg
Thyme Oil 16.67 mg

Directions      Take 1 capsule three times a day with 200ml of purified water after food.  Or as prescribed by a health care professional.
Storage          Store in cool dry place below 25 degree out of direct sunlight.
Cautions        keep out of reach of children, do not use if tamper evident seal is broken or missing, ensure lid is tightly closed after each use.

• Black walnut, Sweet wormwood and Garlic have been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to help remove intestinal threadworms / pinworms
• Common barberry and Sweet wormwood have been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to reduce and relieve symptoms of indigestion
• Sweet wormwood has been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as a bitter tonic to stimulate gastric secretions
• Pau d’arco has been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine as a blood cleanser
• Fennel has been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to relieve flatulence/ gas
• Garlic has been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to relieve digestive discomfort
• Garlic acts as an antioxidant / reduce free radicals formed in the body

Black Walnut
Internally the medicine is used for gastrointestinal catarrh and as a blood purifier.  It has been used as a laxative and despite such a high tannin content the powdered bark is claimed to be a purgative. 
Sweet Wormwood
Bitters are substances capable of strongly stimulating the bitter receptors in the taste buds at the back of the tongue.  It may dramatically increase the duodenal levels of pancreatic enzymes and bile.  Sweet Wormwood is a yin tonic which cools heat from fever. Commonly used in the treatment of Malaria. It has also been recommended for treating anorexia and dyspepsia. Flatulence, malabsorption (including anemia) and degeneration of the gastrointestinal system can all be relieved with the use of Artemisia. 
Barberry is traditionally used for ailments and discomforts of the kidneys and urinary tract, the gastrointestinal tract, for liver diseases, bronchial discomforts, spleen ailments, spasms and as a stimulant to the circulatory system.  It is anti-microbial, cholagogue, choleretic, anti-emetic and a mild laxative. Berbers control gastrointestinal infections and improve the flow of bile.
Pau D’arco
The stem bark of Pau D’arco has broad spectrum anti-microbial activity against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and fungi.  The herb may also benefit persons with impaired immunity. Traditional uses include anaemia, backache, colds, dysentery, fever, headaches and sore throat.
Fennel has been known as a symptomatic treatment for mild spasmodic gastro-intestinal complaints including bloating and flatulence. Traditionally used as a carminative to treat flatulent colic, irritable bowel syndrome and to increase appetite.  Fennel is more relaxing and more easily tolerated than Cumin or Dill and more stimulating than Anise seeds.
Clove Bud Oil
High in antioxidants may help to kill bacteria. It may improve liver health, regulate blood sugar and reduce stomach ulcers. 
Origanum Oil
Oregano has been popular ever since the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations used it for medicinal purposes. In fact, the name oregano comes from the Greek words “oros,” meaning mountain, and “ganos,” meaning joy or delight. Oregano contains compounds called phenols, terpenes, and terpenoids. They have powerful antioxidant properties. It is a natural antibiotic.
Thyme Oil
There are several studies that support thyme essential oil’s ability to reduce or eliminate foodborne bacteria, support heart health, and alleviate inflammation in the body, among other benefits.

Companion Product:
Overnight Cleanse and Advanced Gut Relief will work together synergistically to assist the body to move and expel toxins and parasites out of the body. This Pack provides a natural relief with targeted ingredients that reduces bloating, indigestion and improves bowel regularity, and waste elimination. 

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