Historical Use of Herbs

CLC       (colon regularity)

Historically these herbs and foods have been known to be used for:

Black Walnut bark   oxygenates the blood to kill parasites. It is able to burn upexcessive toxins and fatty materials.

Prune as a natural food laxative and as a good source of minerals

Aloe is an intestinal anti-inflammatory and heals leaky gut.

Pumpkin seed expels worms efficiently

 

Plantain seeds (psyllium) is a fiber as bulk for the stools.

Neem is an antiseptic, anti-bacterial and healer of the intestines.

Wormwood assists the liver. It is anti-bacterial and anti-parasitic for the digestive system.

 

Rhubarb root contains calcium, vitamin C, iron & manganese. It is used for constipation and diarrhea.

 

Fenugreek seeds have the ability to soften and dissolve hardened masses of accumulated mucus.

Marshmallow root has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect that soothes the digestive tract.

black walnut
pumpkin seed
prunes
aloe vera
plantain seeds
neem
wormwood
rhubarb root
fenugreek seeds
marshmallow root

Let your food be your medicine and

your medicine be your food.

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Understand that all of these consultations, assessments, products, therapies and research associated with Joanne Brophy and Jade Natural Clinic are NOT intended to take the place of medicine or medical care. Consult your physician regarding your health. They are NOT intended to diagnose, prescribe, prevent or treat, but merely to offer hygiene, energy, stress reduction, information and education. In the event that you choose to use this information without your doctor's approval, you are diagnosing, prescribing, preventing and treating for yourself which is your constitutional right, but for which Joanne Brophy, Jade Natural Clinic and Academy of Colon Hydrotherapy Canada will assume no responsibility.