Natural Colon Cleansing Products

A natural colon cleanse and weight loss program to detox and revitalize your body.

Bowtrol is an all natural herbal colon cleansing treatment that has changed thousands of people’s lives through our effective internal cleansing.  The testimonial video above is just one of many. Bowtrol was also designed for people suffering from constipation and maximizes colon health. Bowtrol maximizes elimination without causing loose stool or uncomfortable cramping via frequent healthy bowel movements while assisting in cleansing the vital organs and lymphatic system.

The natural ingredients of Bowtrol are:-

Cascara Sagrada:
Cascara Sagrada is considered a very mild and effective natural, herbal laxative. It does not cause any dependency so when discontinued the positive effects derived from its use will remain, without the need to continue usage to get the same results. It is derived from bark and is native to the North American continent. It readily grows in the region from British Columbia to Washington state. The bark is collected in early spring and summer, when it is easily peeled from the wood. It is then dried in the shade and aged for at least a year before it is processed for use.

Cascara Sagrada facilitates evacuation and normal stool function while conditioning the muscles in the intestinal tract. It promotes proper hormone levels controlled by the pituitary and also has a positive effect on the gallbladder, liver and the pancreas.

Turkey Rhubarb (chinese rhubarb stem):

Turkey Rhubarb has powerful properties as an intestinal cleanser. This herb considerably reduces occasional constipation and small dosages have been safely used for hundreds of years to assist in digestion. Turkey Rhubarb cleans the colon and intestinal lymph system, removing accumulated waste and decaying fecal matter as well as congested mucous.

Bentonite Clay:

Bentonite is a clay that can safely be ingested. It absorbs water to form a gel and thereby works as a mild laxative and regulatory agent. The absorbing water bentonite essentially etrapsi toxins into the gel it forms and helps to carry them out of your body without giving the body the chance to absorb these potentially substances. When using bentonite it is advised to try and ingest more fluids to compensate for some of the water that is absorbed by this ingredient.

Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra):
Slippery Elm is considered a digestive soother and detoxifier. It calms mucus membranes, the stomach and intestines. Slippery elm coats and soothes tissues, helping to protect them by drawing out irritants and toxic substances. It also helps to soothe by stimulating nerve endings in the stomach and intestines which in turn, results in the secretion of mucous fluids. Slippery elm absorbs toxins from the bowels and thereby balances the intestinal flora while reducing occasional constipation.

Aloes:
Aloe has been known to contain health properties for thousands of years, even the ancient Egyptians used it frequently and called it the plant of immortality. Aloe originally was native to the African continent. It found it’s way to North America and can now be found growing  in warm climates including the desert southwest of the U.S. and Mexico.

Flax Seeds:
Flax seeds are known to promote good health; aside from it being good for your heart it also promotes a healthy digestive system. Flax seeds also alleviates occasional constipation.

Senna:
Senna contains compounds called hydroxyanthracene glycosides, which are also known as sennosides. These stimulate the colon by increasing smooth muscle contractions and thereby aid in the regulation of your bowels, as such they have a laxative effect. Senna also stimulates more fluid secretion by the colon which softens the stool and thereby facilitates its passage, which in turn allows you to become more regular.

Wormseed:
Wormseed detoxifies the intestinal tract unwanted organisms that are present without eliminating the bacterial flora that is actually beneficial to your digestion It also helps in the regulation of bowel movements, effectively helps reduce occasional constipation and diarrhea.

Black Cumin Seeds:

Black cumin seeds contain a high concentration of dietary fiber and have been widely used to promote bowel health. It also works with the other ingredients to remove toxins from the digestive system and effectively regulate normal bowel movements.

Olive Leaf Extract:

Olive leaf extract sooths the intestinal tract and stomach. It has a soothing effect and regulates bowel movements while eliminating toxins from the body. The active ingredient contained in olive leaf extract is called oleuropein.

Thyme Oil Powder:
Thyme oil has several potent medical benefits, it is a purifying agent and has a calming effect on the bowels.


Garlic Extract 12:1:

Garlic is a natural purifier and Garlic Extract that supports immune health. It aids in the regulation of the intestines by promoting better flora and optimal health.

Certified Organic Cloves:

Certified organic cloves eliminate unwanted organisms from the digestive system, regulate smooth muscle function and breaks up bowel obstruction. This herb also promotes cleansing to optimize bowel function.

Peppermint (Piperita menthe):
Mint plants have a long history of medicinal use, dating to ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. It is a stimulant, and helps digestive system disorders by stimulating the production of bile, an essential digestive fluid, which helps in soothing the lining of the digestive tract.


Colotrim – All Natural Ingredients


Colotrim contains a special blend of these powerful all-natural ingredients:

Goldenseal is a powerful natural disinfectant that helps kill harmful bacteria and unwanted parasite.

x Goldenseal is a cure-all type of herb that strengthens the immune system, acts as an antibiotic, has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, potentiates insulin, and cleanses vital organs. It promotes the functioning capacity of the heart, the lymphatic and respiratory system, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas, and the colon.

Taken internally, Goldenseal increases digestive secretions, astringes the mucous membranes that line the gut, and checks inflammation. It also aids digestion by promoting the production of saliva, bile, and other digestive enzymes. In addition it may control heavy menstrual and postpartum bleeding by means of its astringent action.

Buckthorne root assists in healthy stool formation.

x Buckthorne root aids liver congestion, helps to carry blood and liver toxins out of the body. Good for gall stones, and lead poisoning. Calms the gastro-intestinal tract, is amild laxative, good for chronic constipation, and keeps the bowels regulated. Relieves dropsy (excess fluid accommodation in tissues or body cavity). Used for hemorrhoids, colic (abdominal pain caused by spasm), obesity, acute appendicitis, ulcerative colitis (inflammation of the colon).

Pumpkin seed provides excellent assistance to help sweep out waste as it moves through the colon.

x Pumpkin seeds are one of nature’s almost perfect foods. They are a natural source of beneficial constituents such as carbohydrates, amino acids and unsaturated fatty acids. They contain most of the B vitamins, along with C, D, E, and K. They also have the minerals calcium, potassium, niacin, and phosphorous. Pumpkin seeds have mainly been used to treat prostate and bladder problems, but they have also been known to help with depression and learning disabilities.

Licorice root provides assistance in soothing gastrointestinal irritations and inflammations.

x Licorice was used historically to treat the skin and coughs. It is also used to treat constipation, bronchitis, inflammation, and arthritis. Licorice may be prescribed by health care providers to treat adrenocortical insufficiency, peptic ulcer, and chronic gastritis.

Traditional Chinese Medicine uses licorice to treat problems from tuberculosis to diabetes. Restrained production of cortisol and anti-inflammatory effects are caused by the flavonoids and glycyrrhizin in licorice. Research has shown that licorice flavonoids can kill the bacteria that causes stomach inflammation and ulcers, called Helicobacter pylori.

Ginger root helps to relieve weak digestion and malabsorption.

x Ginger Root has been used in Chinese medicine for thousands of years and is known to be greatly beneficial in reducing nausea and upset stomachs. It was used in Greek culture for making breads, the forerunner of the delicious gingerbread we enjoy today.

The plant is native to Southeast Asia, however due to the many benefits of Ginger Root, today it is cultivated around the world in many diverse locations.

Fennel seed is used to promote healthy digestion and support a healthy appetite.

x Fennel seeds often provide quick and effective relief from many digestive disorders. They help to overcome gas, cramps, acid indigestion, and many other digestive tract maladies.

These seeds are very rich in minerals including magnesium. Two of its main constituents are Anethol and Fenchone. Anethol and other terpenoids may inhibit spasms in smooth muscles such as those in the intestinal tract. Fenchone may be responsible for the medicinal properties associated with Fennel.

Recent studies have found that consumption of fennel can increase the production of bile and may also possess diuretic, pain-reducing and anti-microbial activities.

Cascara Sagrada is used to promote movement in the colon and alleviate constipation.

x Cascara sagrada has a long history of traditional use by native americans. Cascara sagrada contains compounds called anthroquinones, which are responsible for cascara’s powerful laxative effects. Anthraquinones trigger contractions in the colon, called peristalsis, which causes the urge to have a bowel movement. Today, it is one of the most common herbal laxatives.

In addition to being a powerful laxative, cascara is also believed to improve the muscle tone of the colon walls.

Rhubarb is a natural Laxative that promotes healthy digestion.

x It is recognized that rhubarb not only exercises a digestive action but it operates directly as a conveyer of bile salts. When it reaches the stomach its digestive effects come into full play, causing an increase of the flow of gastric juice and inducing their movement, thus favoring the processing of the contents of the stomach. Besides stimulating the secretions from the liver which convey the bile salts, it assists the intestine in regulating the absorption of fats.

Rhubarb is used as a laxative, antiphlogistic, and homeostatic in the treatment of constipation, diarrhea, jaundice, gastro-intestinal hemorrhage, menstrual disorders, conjunctivitis, traumatic injuries, superficial suppurative sores and ulcers.