Systemic Formulas OXCC Cleanser Indications:
- Cellular cleansing
- Abnormal cellular metabolic activity
- Breast concerns
- Prostate concerns
- Lung concerns
- Liver scarring, degenerative processes
- Blood congestions (clots), phlebitis, mastitis
Systemic Formulas OXCC Cleanser Ingredients:
Choke Cherry – antibacterial, antiviral, contained high levels of anthocyanin pigments (anti-oxidants). Fortifies the blood, supports the lungs.
Irish Moss – rich in iron that builds hemoglobin in the red blood cells, which in turn carries oxygen to the cells. Supplies an abundance of trace minerals. Stimulates cellular metabolic processes.
Paprika – vitamin A content plays a role in healthy cell development, vitamin E content serves as an antioxidant, preventing cellular lipids from destruction. Promotes healthy cell-to-cell communications. Supports cellular metabolism and electron transport chain processes that result in energy production.
Oregon Grape – inhibits yeast and bacteria. Cleanser, detoxifier.
Buckthorn – rich in fatty acids and vitamin E, K, carotenoids and sterols, a substance that aids in cell function, regulates proteins within the body.
Red Clover – blood thinner, improves blood flow, isoflavone content prevents cancer cells from growing. Helps correct abnormal cellular activity. Cleansing, tonifying.
Burdock – powerful antioxidant and may prevent or decrease cell mutation in cancers.
Evening Primrose – contains Gamma Linolenic Acid, an essential fatty acid, anti-inflammatory.
Poke Root – contains an active glycoprotein lectin called “pokeweed mitogen”which stimulates lymphocytes and can cause hem agglutination. This particular property of pokeweed helps in overcoming lymphatic congestion conditions and supports detoxification.
Recommended Usage: 1-2 capsules up to twice a day, for 1-4 months.
Packaging: 60 capsules/per eco bottle
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