Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Flora Flora FLora>>>If Your Feeling Under the Weather>>

Used for centuries by the Ojibwa, the herbal remedy contains burdock root, sheep sorrel herb, slippery elm bark, watercress herb, Turkish rhubarb root, kelp, blessed thistle herb and red clover blossom. It cleanses the body of harmful toxins and free radicals. The combination of the active components work together to remove toxins and wastes from the body right down to the cellular level.
One of the centre's medical doctors, Teresa Clarke, commented that many of the Centre's patients are using Flor•Essence and incorporating it into their healing/recovery program because of its record of safety and potential benefits. A study conducted by the University of British Columbia found Flor•Essence to possess powerful anti-oxidant properties. For example, one molecule of vitamin C or vitamin E destroys one free radical, whereas one molecule of Flor•Essence destroys 14 free radicals.
Clinical research from the Russian Ministry of Health revealed Flor•Essence helps boost the immune system, balance critical hormones and blood sugar levels as well as being an effective treatment for chronic gastrointestinal ailments. Herbal medicinal tea is still used by 80 percent of the world's population, serving as its primary form of health care. In Germany, medicinal teas require a prescription and in China they are frequently given alongside prescription drugs.

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