Colon Cleanse is for the whole family and their pets.
This combination of Essences acts as a tonic for the organs of the lower body, assisting with detoxifying the intestines. It has been known to assist with ridding the system of invasive worms and parasites within the intestines, pancreas or duodenum. It also assists in improving digestion and reducing acidity in the stomach and urine.
There are many people and their pets who suffer from symptoms created by invasive worms and parasites within their bodies. Major components of the body’s immune system are located in the lining of the small intestines, and the body can most effectively heal and repair itself when its processes are supported naturally. Colon Cleanse is a combination of flower essence remedies that assist in gently keeping both you and your pets free of most worms and parasites.
The Garlic essence within the Colon Cleanse blend helps cleanse parasites that may be embedded within the skin or muscular tissue, therefore easing general inflammations that may be present. It can improve the blood on a cellular level, especially purifying and invigorating the red corpuscles (“Flower Essences & Vibrational healing” by Gurudas). As the cleansing action occurs within both the physical and etheric bodies, the emotions are uplifted as an outcome of this. Garlic essence also has the ability to protect your pet from fleas and ticks when taken on a daily basis.
Worms can be caught through physical human or animal contact. Parasites can be transferred in various ways, such as through contact with pets; food handlers in restaurants; from undercooked meats; or from eating some sea foods, raw fruits or vegetables that may have parasite eggs embedded within them.
For Pets: Our pets are susceptible to various kinds of worms, especially when their diet includes eating raw meats, and it is important that they are protected from these. The two main types of worms that create problems for our cats and dogs are roundworms and tapeworms. Tapeworms can be transmitted by ingesting fleas as fleas eat tapeworm eggs, and they may also be found in animals that hunt and eat wildlife or rodents.