Be Clean (Single Use Body Cleanser) Liquid

Be Clean (Single Use Body Cleanser) Liquid

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Be Clean

Flush it out! Be Clean is a proprietary blend of herbs that have a long history of use in naturopathic medicine for many toxic conditions. Let this single-use body cleanser be the spark that supports the beginning of your detoxification programs! 

Oregon Grape is a tall, evergreen, flowering shrub that grows among the firs, spruces, and pines of the mountainous American Northwest. Oregon grape root is a useful substitute for goldenseal, which has been over-harvested in the wild. Oregon grape root is used easily in Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Red Clover flowering tops are an age-old health tonic. Use has shown benefits to the blood and circulatory system. Red clover contains compounds that are being studied as cell antioxidant agents and it has been found to be helpful in quitting smoking. Red clover also contains many vitamins and minerals and is used to boost the immune system. Red clover has been used for centuries as a blood purifier and general health tonic. Its antibacterial properties have been noted since ancient times. Until modern antibiotics came along red clover was a primary treatment for bacterial infections. Studies show that elements in red clover actually do kill many types of bacteria.  

Burdock Traditionally used as a blood purifier and general system tonic, burdock root is often recommended by herbalists for the support it provides for healthy liver function.

Dandelion Often regarded as weeds, dandelion root can help relieve the symptoms of digestive issues like heartburn and constipation while supporting the liver and gallbladder.

Alfalfa is a perennial herb that is indigenous to the Middle East. Because of its deep root system, Alfalfa is better able to absorb minerals from the soil than other plants. Therefore, Alfalfa is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, as well as Chlorophyll. 

Yerba Mansa, translated from Spanish as the "calming herb," has been used for centuries throughout the Southwest by American Indians and Hispanics for ailments ranging from toothaches to sinus infections. Though the herb is relatively unknown outside the region, those in the folk herb industry say yerba mansa could become as popular as goldenseal and echinacea.

Red Root is used for asthma, chronic bronchitis, whooping cough, dysentery, tonsil inflammations, and sore throats. It increases the transport of nutrients from the blood across the capillary cells to the lymph. It also supports the digestive system, spleen, and liver and promotes the cleansing of the lymph glands.

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