Why choose COL-Clear Version A?The colon’s main role in digestion is to extract water from the waste materials travelling though it. A fully-functioning, healthy colon will usually rid the body of waste two to three times per day, depending on the number of meals eaten. It will also carry out the vital function of promptly discharging harmful toxins and other waste materials from the body which, if allowed to remain, could give rise to a variety of health problems, including self-poisoning (through re-absorption of toxins and bacteria into the bloodstream) and digestive system disorders. COL-Clear Version A, a well-known herbal colon cleanser combination, is used extensively by many detox retreats, natural health therapists and colon hydrotherapists, in combination with colonic hydrotherapy sessions. It contains 9 active herbal ingredients and can be combined with our other digestive system support products, such as probioticsand digestive enzymes. It can also be alternated with COL-Clear Version B. A combination of herbal ingredients traditionally used for their ability to support intestinal cleansing and digestive transit. Pure inside and out!Check out our free digestive health meal plan if you would like to improve your eating habits - the most important factor in healthy bowels, regularity and reduced bloating. Feel like an internal “spring clean”?Why not “spring clean” your system with one of our tailored programmes? Buying our suggested product combinations delivers the best results and offers savings! Check out our:Quick Colon Cleanse Programme
COL-Clear Version A
•Herbal colon cleanser•Contains goldenseal root and 8 other active ingredients •Used by colon hydrotherapists before, during and after treatments•Based on a famous bowel support formulation by American master herbalist, Dr John R. Christopher
Take 1 - 2 capsules, 1 - 3 times per day with food or as advised by your health practitioner.Not to be taken during pregnancy or breast-feeding.NOTE: Herbal colon cleansers are designed for short term use and should be used in conjunction with improved eating habits, increased water intake and a sensible exercise regime. Always consult your qualified health practitioner if you are concerned or if symptoms persist.After short term use of COL-Clear Version A, you can move over to high fibre formulas such as our CONSTIfree or Dietary Fibre Complex.
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Cascara barkThis herb is known by a number of alternative names, such as cascara buckthorn, cascara, bearberry and chittem. It is a species of buckthorn and is native to the western side of North America. The dried bark of cascara has traditionally been used as a “helper” for the colon, i.e. to help keep the colon and digestive system clean, regular and healthy. The active ingredients in this herb are thought to be the hydroxyanthracene glycosides (particularly cascarosides A,B,C, and D) and emodin.Barberry bark rootBarberry, also known as berberis vulgaris, mountain grape, pepperidge, berberry and the common grape, is a species of deciduous and evergreen shrub native to the temperate and sub-tropical regions of Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America. This herb has traditionally been used as a natural helper for digestive complaints. The active ingredients in barberry are thought to be the isoquinolone alkaloids, particularly berberine. CayenneThis “hot” herb is also known as Capsium frutescens, the Guinea spice, cow-horn pepper, aleva, bird pepper and red pepper. It is a chilli pepper that is red in colour and is traditionally used to spice dishes. Rich in vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium and manganese, this spice is nutritious. More importantly, it contains the active ingredient capsaicin, which may support healthy blood flow (and therefore natural detox) within the body, as well as a healthy metabolism. Dandelion rootDandelion, technically referred to as T. officinale and T. erythrospermum (the two species), is native to Eurasia and North America. It is traditionally thought of as a weed, but to herbalists, naturopaths and other alternative medicine practitioners, it is considered to be a nutritious and valuable herb. A rich source of vitamin A, B complex vitamins, vitamin C and vitamin D, as well as minerals such as iron, potassium, and zinc, it has traditionally been used to support healthy fluid balance in the body and as a natural helper for the stomach and digestive system. It is also thought to provide support for the liver and gallbladder. FennelFennel, technically referred to as Foeniculum vulgare, is a hardy, perennial and umbelliferous herb, with yellow flowers and feathery leaves. Traditionally used as a culinary herb because of its aroma and anise-type flavour, it has also become a popular component of colon cleansing programmes because it is believed to support the body’s natural elimination of excess waste and toxins from the colon and to support a healthy acid/alkaline balance. Ginger rootGinger, technically referred to as zinigiber officianale and called giang jiang in its native Asia, is a tropical plant. It is a staple component of Asian and Middle Eastern cooking, popular for its hot and spicy flavour. For centuries it has been a popular ingredient in natural herbal remedies to support a healthy gastrointestinal tract. Gingerol, a compound in ginger, is also a powerful antioxidant. Goldenseal rootGoldenseal, technically referred to as Hydrastis canadensis and also called orange root, ground raspberry, wild curcuma and yellow puccoon, is a bitter perennial herb in the buttercup family. It is native to south eastern Canada and north eastern North America and was traditionally used by native American Indians for a range of conditions, including to support digestive health. Raspberry leafRaspberry leaves (Rubus idaeus in Latin) are the dried leaves of the red raspberry plant and contain tannins, polypetides and flavonoids. They are also rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.Rhubarb rootTurkey rhubarb, technically referred to as Rheum palmatum, is also commonly known as Turkish rhubarb, Chinese rhubarb, Indian rhubarb, Russian rhubarb and rhubarb root. Within Chinese herbal medicine, it is called da-huang. It is a highly regarded herb that is widely used as part of colon cleansing programmes, particularly by colonic hydrotherapists and clinics, because it contains the following active ingredients: anthraquinones, emodin, tannins, flavonoids (including rutin) and several polyphenols.