With potent lymph and blood cleansers, this herbal blend effectively detoxifies the body and helps reduce bacteria levels and inflammation that result from acne. The liver-strengthening and purging effects of these herbs can be helpful in supporting ...
With potent lymph and blood cleansers, this herbal blend effectively detoxifies the body and helps reduce bacteria levels and inflammation that result from acne. The liver-strengthening and purging effects of these herbs can be helpful in supporting other skin complaints such as psoriasis, eczema, or other bacteria-related skin rashes or erruptions.
The natural steroid compounds in sarsaparilla have been shown to bind to toxins in the blood facilitating their easy removal. These toxins have been linked to complaints such as acne and psoriasis. Sarsaparilla also provides anti-inflammatory properties useful in the support for acne. Both burdock and dandelion root are widely known for their liver-protective properties and their gentle diuretic actions. Yellow dock root filters out impurities of the blood and can be used in many skincare formulas. Cleavers is known to tighten and condition the skin while providing additional detox support of the kidneys and lymphatic system.
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Stir 1/4 of a teaspoon into a glass of water and consume 3 times daily, with meals.
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