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Herbs To Help Digestion

Healthy intestinal function and a balanced intestinal environment are essential to overall health, but over his years in practice Dr. Wilson saw that people often had to take a variety of different intestinal products to aid elimination, promote normal bowel action, cleanse and detoxify the intestinal tract, and establish healthy intestinal flora. This was especially true for people experiencing adrenal fatigue. To create a better solution, he formulated Squeaky Clean to meet all of these needs with just one easy-to-use product.

After selecting a full range of the special ingredients he found to be most effective, he blended them in proportions that work together to optimally support all of these various aspects of intestinal health and function. The result is a reliably effective, economical, convenient, and easy-to-use product with gentle, thorough and uniquely comprehensive action. This outstanding formula has many uses: to help promote natural regularity when you are experiencing stress or adrenal fatigue, as a safe and low glycemic source of complete dietary fiber, to facilitate detoxification, to help rebalance the intestinal flora, as an aid during fasting to help avoid reabsorbing the toxins being eliminated, to promote proper bowel function while traveling, and to soothe intestinal linings and facilitate complete evacuation after a substandard meal.

Psyllium seed husk (Plantago ovata) is derived from a plant that grows natively in India and Pakistan. The powder produced from these seeds naturally dissolves in water and is rich in soluble fiber, making it the ideal dietary supplement for healthy digestive function. Psyllium seed can also be beneficial for cardiovascular health as well as for maintaining normal levels of cholesterol.

Triphala fruit extract powder is a well-known herbal formula that is widely prescribed around the world, especially in India where it is a key component in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. The mixture is comprised of equal parts Emblica officinalis, Terminalia bellirica and Terminalia chebula, three fruit-bearing plants known for their ability to gently cleanse and detoxify the body.

Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra) has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries and is touted for its ability to support healthy upper digestive function. Its soothing, anti-inflammatory properties make Licorice root an effective agent against digestive troubles.

Chia (Salvia hispanica) is an edible seed native to Mexico. The seeds history dates back to Mayan and Aztec cultures when it was a common staple food as well as a major grain of trade before Columbus arrival. It is well-known for its high nutrient content and, for that reason, is still used widely throughout Mexico and South America as a food source. Chia seed is a significant source of dietary fiber and contains high levels of protein, calcium and potassium to name a few.

Marshmallow Root (Althaea officinalis) is derived from a species of plant native to Africa. It has been historically used for digestive and tissue ailments, such as inflammations of the throat and digestive tract, constipation and digestive discomfort, among others. Belonging to a family of herbs with the ability to sooth and protect mucous membranes from irritation, Marshmallow Root may be very effective for healthy digestive tissue repair.

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a common kitchen spice that also has a rich history in many cultures as a digestive medicinal aid. The active properties of Ginger have been studied for their ability to nourish and support healthy tissue in the lining of the digestive tract.

How does Digestive Health Support work?

Digestive fiber is essential to maintaining a healthy digestive system and is a vital component of a heart healthy diet. Unfortunately, the average American diet includes less than half of the daily fiber recommended by the Institute of Medicine. A lack of dietary fiber can lead to increased risk for coronary heart disease as well as chronic digestive trouble and suffering. Digestive Health Support is a healing blend of plant based fibers and botanicals that work to supplement your daily fiber needs while soothing and repairing normal digestive function.

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Along with Chia, the primary source of soluble fiber in Digestive Health Support comes from Psyllium seed husk, which has recently been found to help significantly reduce symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. In fact, when compared to the effects of insoluble fiber found in foods like wheat bran, Psyllium seed husk showed evidence of being superior in the treatment of chronic digestive disorders. According to recent studies, it also shows evidence of being beneficial for cardiovascular health as well as regulating normal cholesterol levels and blood pressure levels.

Each of the unique ingredients in Digestive Health Support work together to regulate and heal the digestive system in a series of ways. Triphala, for example, gently prompts digestion, encouraging internal cleansing, reducing stagnant or excess buildup in the digestive system and increasing the absorption of nutrients. Additionally, botanicals like Licorice and Marshmallow Root function to sooth and protect the digestive tract from inflammation and irritation.

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