Feel Supreme's Intestinal Cleanse contains an extremely broad array of ingredients designed to support the bodies natural systems, assist the friendly microorganisms, and destroy all of the parasites and other nasties.
Even by the standard of the myriad of systems that comprise the human body the digestive system is particularly complex, and life being life, where there is food there is competition. Within our Gastrointestinal tract we are constantly at war with billions of organisms that are trying to take the food from our mouths (sort of).
We do have some allies in this war, the entire system is a self-contained eco-system and a number of the species of microorganisms are beneficial. Some help keep the bad ones in check, some simply aid in the digestive process. The bad ones though can really take a toll and make the digestive system extremely inefficient.
Feel Supreme's Intestinal Cleanse is the smart arsenal of the intestinal war.
As with all Feel Supreme this is 100% Natural – there are no artificial chemicals, just herbs and concentrated foods that have curated for their specific properties and condensed into an easy to take capsule.
So What’s in it?
Magnesium caprylate: A medium chain fatty acid that has been shown to improve the balance of healthy intestinal microflora and to soothe the gastrointestinal tract. Caprylic acid (as magnesium caprylate) is a natural, highly effective supplement that produces an anti-fungal effect in the body. It is also known to be an efficient way of killing Candida and other fungus and yeast infections, while not inhibiting friendly bacteria. Caprylic acid does not kill yeast, but instead controls yeast overgrowth by interrupting the growth and duplicating processes.
Cinnamon: Has anti-spasmodic, anti-microbial, carminative, anti-worm and antiseptic properties. Cinnamon bark also helps to counteract flatulence and is widely used for a weak digestive system, and hyperacidity. It can also help to suppress the growth of numerous micro-organisms such as Escherichia coli,Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans.
Cloves: Cloves contain one of the most powerful germicidal agents in the herb kingdom. They help to kill off intestinal parasites and act as an anti-microbial agent against fungi and bacteria.
Shiitake mushroom: Shiitake mushroom has a history of medicinal use spanning millennia in parts of Asia. Today it is classed as a “medicinal mushroom” because it is used and studied as a possible treatment for diseases. Current research is discovering that extracts of this mushroom have immune system regulating,anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic and blood clot inhibiting properties.
Garlic: Garlic is a broad spectrum antibiotic, capable of fighting infection and killing a wide variety of fungi (more than 60), bacteria (more than 20), viruses, protozoa, parasites and amoebas. This is largely because of its active constituents, allicin and ajoene. Once garlic is chopped or crushed, allicin is formed. It has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic activity, which is one of the main reasons that garlic has traditionally been used in enemas to rid the colon of intestinal parasites.
Glucomannan: Glucomannan is a water-soluble polysaccharide that is classed as a form of solubledietary fibre and is usually derived from konjac root and it can decrease digestive transit time and is viewed as a “bulk-forming laxative”. It is therefore also a cleanse and detoxification agent.
Pumpkin seed: Traditionally, pumpkin seeds have been used as a remedy for parasites, including tapeworms and roundworms. Laboratory studies have now demonstrated that curcurbitin, an amino acid in pumpkin seed, has anti-parasitic and anti-fungal activity.
Chicory root: A rich source of natural chemicals (including tannins) that have become the focus of anti-parasitic research in recent years. Taking chicory root extract regularly is considered to have a beneficial effect on intestinal parasites in humans, ridding the digestive tract of harmful organisms.
Grapefruit seed: Not to be confused with grape seed extract or grapefruit extract, grapefruit seed (citricidal) has been proven to be a highly effective, natural broad spectrum anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic and anti-fungal. The antimicrobial activity of grapefruit seed extract is in the way that it changes the body of the pathogen; it stops the intake of amino acids into the pathogen and causes its walls to leak, killing it off. Despite destroying harmful intestinal parasites, grapefruit seed does not significantly harm healthy bowel flora.
Cayenne: Cayenne is an ideal addition to any treatment plan to kill parasites. The volatile oil, capsaicin, within cayenne gives the herb its “hotness” and helps to keep the body warm and strong. This in turn weakens parasites, because they do not like a warm environment.
Fenugreek seed: Fenugreek is a bitter, medicinal herb that is rich in antioxidants and has laxative and anti-parasitic effects. The seeds (Methi) are high in lipids, protein, protease inhibitors, alkaloids, mucilaginous fibre, phosphorus, iron, calcium, niacin, vitamin C, selenium and various other nutrients.
Olive leaf: An excellent anti-microbial against many species of virus and bacteria, olive leaf is a bitter substance produced by the olive tree, but eliminated from olives once they are cured. For around 4,000 years, countries of the Mediterranean have chopped up olive leaves in liquid or salad form to prevent and treat parasitic infections. Olive leaf is also effective against fungi, moulds, worms and harmful bacteria and can be used for yeast infections.
So there you have it. This is one of the most potent, all natural mixes on the market.
Each bottle contains 90 Capsules and is suitable for Vegetarians.