INTESTINAL TRACT DEFENSE™


INTESTINAL TRACT DEFENSE™
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INTESTINAL TRACT DEFENSE™
INTESTINAL TRACT DEFENSE™

Black Walnut/Sweet Wormwood

Ingredients: proprietary extract blend:
Black Walnut green hull (Juglans nigra)2 F
Sweet Wormwood flowering herb (Artemisia annua) 1
Quassia wood (Quassia spp.) 2
Clove flower bud (Syzygium aromaticum) 1
Cardamom seed w/pod (Elettaria cardamomum) 1
Ginger rhizome (Zingiber officinale) 2

Other Ingredients: certified organic alcohol, distilled water, vegetable glycerin & acetic acid (<0.2%). GLUTEN-FREE

The herbs used to prepare this compound are Certified Organically Grown 1 or are Sustainably Wildcrafted 2 in their wild natural habitat. They are hand-harvested at their optimal potency, and are then promptly extracted while still fresh & succulent (undried) F or after being carefully shade-dried.

Suggested Use:
Shake Well Before Using
Take up to 40 drops in 2 oz. of water or juice, three or four times per day. Best taken between meals.

Caution: Seek expert medical advice before taking during pregnancy or nursing. Not for long-term use of more than 6 weeks., followed by a 2 week break. Keep Out of the Reach of Children
Store away from heat & light

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