Endoc Para Detox Herbal Tincture
2 Fluid Oz (60ml) Herbal Tincture
Endoc Para Detox is commonly used to support the endocrine system and for signs of parasites, virus and infection.
Suggested Use: 5 to 15 drops 1 to 3 times a day or as directed by your health care practitioner.
Herbs included in Endoc Para Detox
Anamu, Cat’s claw, chaste tree berries, Brazilian Peppertree, Panax ginseng, Black cohosh, Boldo, Bladderwrack, Ginkgo, Licorice root, Fedegoso, Pau d'Arco, Erva tostao.
Herbal remedies should be taken under the direction of a trained herbal practitioner.
Caution: May potentiate potassium depletion of thiazide diuretics, stimulate laxatives, cardiac glycosides or cortisol. May raise blood pressure.
Do not take if pregnant.
Helpful Information about the herbs in Endoc Para Detox
Anamu is said to offer health benefits due to its antimicrobial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Anamu contains compounds thought to be beneficial to human health, including polyphenols and antioxidants like tannin. It has been used as a remedy to expel parasites.
Cat's Claw helps create support for the intestinal and immune systems of the body, and may also create intestinal support with its ability to cleanse the entire intestinal tract. Compounds found in Cat's Claw work to kill viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms.
Chaste Berry Tree
Chaste berry is a deciduous shrub native to the Mediterranean region with lance-like leaves and fragrant flowers. The gray or purple berries have a long history of treating menstrual disorders. Helps hormone balance and boosts the immune system.
Phytochemical analysis of Brazilian peppertree reveals that the plant contains tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, steroidal saponins, sterols, terpenes. Brazilian peppertree has been used as an astringent, antibacterial, diuretic, digestive stimulant, tonic, antiviral, and wound healer.
Panax Ginseng is a herbal medicine that plays a protective role against microbial attack. Several studies have revealed its anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, and immune-modulatory effects.
Black cohosh root contains several chemicals that might have effects in the body. Some of these chemicals work on the immune system and might affect the body’s defenses against diseases. Historically this herb helps the body to reduce inflammation.
The herb works by encouraging the release of bile and dissolving fats and also by increasing intestinal transit time, giving the digestive tract more time to digest food. The ascaridole in boldo attacks intestinal worms.
Bladderwrack has been shown to support a healthy inflammatory response, and has strong properties for supporting intestinal flora.
Ginkgo contains high levels of flavonoids and terpenoids, which are compounds known for their strong antioxidant effects. Antioxidants combat or neutralize the damaging effects of free radicals. Shown to reduce inflammation in irritable bowel disease.
Licorice root is used to soothe gastrointestinal problems. In cases of food poisoning, stomach ulcers, and heartburn, licorice root extract can speed the repair of stomach lining and restore balance. Licorice root has been know to have anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.
Fedegoso has been used as natural medicine in the rainforest and other tropical areas for centuries. Its roots, leaves, flowers, and seeds have been employed in herbal medicine around the world to expel intestinal worms and parasites
The bark of the tree is used to support immune function, to support a normal inflammatory response in the body and topically for skin conditions as well as promoting a naturally healthy microbial balance of the intestinal tract.
Erva Tastao has been used as a natural medicine for centuries. The chemicals found in Erva Tostão make it an effective natural remedy to expel worms and kill parasites.
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