Quick Colon - Colon Cleansing Powder #2
A formulated herbal blend for the colon
The large intestine (colon) is an important part of our body as its role is to strictly eliminate waste in a timely manner and is vital for proper digestion. Dr. Christopher's Quick Colon Powder was curated with sources of fiber to aid in the elimination of build up in the lower bowels.
Often with a SAD (Sad American Diet), the colon can get clogged due to a lack of fiber. Unfortunately, unless we’re ingesting the required amount of fiber, we’re likely accumulating copious amounts of waste that can remain in our systems for our entire life.
The amount of fiber required per day depends greatly on gender and age. For men, it’s recommended to obtain 30-38 grams, 25 grams for women between the ages of 18-50 and 21 grams a day if a woman is 51 and over.
When using a herbal product we recommend making simple, rewarding lifestyle changes that will elevate the powers of our products. Eating fiber rich foods and ensuring you're properly digesting them will support a healthy colon and a regular bowel movement.
Ingredients: Flax Seed, Apple Pectin, Psyllium Seed, Slippery Elm Bark, Marshmallow Root, Fennel Seed, Plantain Leaf, Activated Charcoal Powder.
Flax Seed - Studies show that flax seed is proven to prevent colon cancer and can also act as an anti-inflammatory to reduce irritation. It also has powerful absorption powers, absorbing toxins and moving them through the digestive tract. The components of flax seed lubricate the digestive tract, leading to increased regularity.1
Apple Pectin - Is made from the polysaccharides of plant cell walls, this dietary fiber combines with the digestive system’s cholesterol to slow down glucose absorption. It's thinning effect on a stool can treat both diarrhea and constipation. Apple pectin also assists in cleaning the body of radioactive waste and other toxins.2
Psyllium Seed - This dietary fiber native to India is used to treat constipation, diarrhea, and irritable bowel syndrome by “scrubbing” the colon walls of dangerous toxins and bulking them for excretion. It targets putrefactive toxins, which cause decay of the intestinal system.3
Activated Charcoal Powder - While it doesn't sound like something you would want to ingest, this is actually considered a “miracle” herb that has been utilized for its anti-poison effect for centuries. It relieves gas and absorbs dangerous poisons that are then carried out of the body.4
Slippery Elm Bark - Made from a tree common to North America, “slippery” refers to the bark’s ability to lubricate the digestive system by forming a soothing film. It neutralizes acids and removes waste.5
Marshmallow Root - Few studies research the effects of this herb and most of its recommendations come from a history of use in traditional healing. Recent studies have been showing that this demulcent herb soothes irritated mucous membranes.6
Fennel Seed - Known as a carminative herb, meaning it prevents gas and helps expel existing gas. They’re a strong source of fiber which helps remove toxins, including carcinogenic toxins and regulate elimination.7
Plantain Leaf - This herb’s anti-inflammatory elements prevent cancer and serve as a fiber supplement that can treat a wide range of digestive issues, including hemorrhoids, ulcers, and indigestion.8