Celarity Microbe Cleanse Formula
REMOVE BAD BACTERIA FROM YOUR GI TRACT
In the case of bacteria overgrowth in the GI tract, it is not only important to put the right things in, but cleansing the bad bacteria out. This is the fundamental purpose of Microbe Cleanse. Microbe Cleanse by Celarity aids in establishing a healthy microbial balance in the GI tract through the use of key nutrients like berberine, bayberry bark and grapefruit seed. This powerful gut healing formula is a key component of the SIBO Kit and any regimen looking to balance and restore gut microflora.
What Is Microbe Cleanse?
Microbe Cleanse features a concentrated 4:1 extract of Oregon grape root, which supplies berberine—a plant alkaloid that influences the activities of microorganisms in the gastrointestinal tract, supports immune function, and may influence cytokine balance. The 4:1 extracts of bayberry bark and grapefruit seed complement the actions of berberine to support healthy microbial activity, stimulate circulation, and promote mucous membrane health. Zinc is included in this formula for its immune-supportive effects.
Supports Healthy Microbial Activity in the GI Tract
Supports a Healthy Immune System
Promotes GI Mucous Membrane Health
INGREDIENTS THAT WORK Many plants have been used throughout history for their ability to influence microbial activity and support healthy immune
function. Potency is an important aspect in achieving the benefits imparted by an herbal supplement. The herbs in Microbe
Cleanse are concentrated to a 4:1 end ratio. This means that the equivalent raw herb conversion is 4 kg raw herb to 1 kg of
extracted material. All are provided in easy-dissolving vegetarian capsules.
BERBERIS AQUIFOLIUM (OREGON GRAPE) Berberine is a plant alkaloid derived from a variety of herbs, including Oregon grape
root. This phytochemical constituent has a long history of use in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine owing to its effectiveness
and safety. Berberine extracts have demonstrated significant ability to influence the activity of a variety of organisms
that affect human health, including:
Effects on organism adhesion and intracellular invasion
Berberine can also address the intestinal secretion of water and
electrolytes induced by certain organism toxins, thereby supporting healthy stool formation. Furthermore, it may reduce
smooth muscle contraction and intestinal motility, and delay intestinal transit time. Both in vitro and animal research suggest
that berberine can affect COX-2 protein.
MYRICA CERIFERA (BAYBERRY)
Myrica cerifera (bayberry) The root bark and berry of bayberry have been traditionally used as an astringent and circulatory
stimulant. Like the berry, the root bark contains tannin constituents that are responsible for its astringent action.[5,6] Astringent
herbs are traditionally used to maintain the already normal release or secretion of perspiration, stool, essence (the body’s
reproductive and regenerative substance), and urine. As a circulatory stimulant, bayberry helps to increase body energy
levels and supports toxin elimination. Myricitin, a flavonoid isolated from bayberry, exhibits antioxidant activity, particularly
in the colon.
CITRUS X PARADISI (GRAPEFRUIT)
The seed extract of grapefruit, commonly known as GSE, is widely used as an oral supplement
to maintain healthy gut ecology. GSE is employed by the food processing and agricultural industries for a diversity of
applications. It is important to note that GSE contains a variety of phenolic substances with antioxidant activity including
vitamin C, hesperidin, limonoids, tocopherols, serols, citric acid, and other trace minerals.
ZINC The supportive effects of zinc on immunity and microbial balance are well documented. Zinc ions are thought
to work directly in the GI tract, affecting microbial activity therein. Immune cells, due to their high rate of proliferation and
differentiation, need a constant and sufficient supply of zinc. Although further study is needed, zinc supplementation also
shows promise in its ability to support healthy stool formation. In this formula, zinc is provided as Albion® TRAACS® zinc
glycinate chelate for optimal absorption and utilization.
WHY DR. ZYROWSKI USES MICROBE CLEASE This formula is an essential piece of clearing out bad bacteria from the intestines. Many conditions have excess bacteria overgrowth in the GI tract. Not only is it important to support the gut with proper nutrients and good bacteria, but it is crucial to remove the bad bacteria. This is where Microbe Cleanse shines and why I use this as one of the most important supplements for bacteria overgrowth.
Celarity Microbe Cleanse is a state of the art product that is pharmaceutical grade and only to be sold by licensed practitioners. Celarity prides itself on being on the forefront of innovation in the natural health and holistic healing field. Celarity also prides itself on working with innovative doctors who are disruptors in the health care field. Celarity Company Statement Count: 120 vegetarian capsulses Suggested use: Take one capsule daily, or as directed by your healthcare
practitioner. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.
Storage: Keep in cool, dry place out of reach of children. Does not contain: Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy protein, animal or dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives. References: 1. Vuddanda PR, Chakraborty S, Singh S. Berberine: a potential phytochemical with multispectrum therapeutic activities. Expert Opin Investig
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