- Effective liquid formula
- Remove intestinal dwellers
- Gentle, great for children
Many herbalists estimate that 80%-90% of the population is plagued by intestinal dwellers. Regardless, it's important to periodically cleanse your body and as a liquid extract, this combination is superior. Being up to 75% more effective than encapsulated herbs or tablets, it's a perfect cleanse for the whole family.
Science now confirms, when we taste something bitter, neurotransmitters are released into the nervous tissue fibre sending signals to the brain. A nerve impulse is released increasing activity in the stomach, intestines, gallbladder, and liver. Para-Rid contains extracts of the most bitter herbs known to man, along with Green Black Walnut Hulls, Cloves, and Wormwood. The catnip and ginger help to counteract stomach cramping.
Directions: Start 2 days before the full moon. Take in juice or water 3 times daily for 6 days, repeat in 1 month.
Nursing or Expecting Moms and children under 2: Use Olive Leaf.
Under 2 yrs: Use Olive Leaf
2-5 yrs: 1 dropper
6-11 yrs: 1.5 droppers
12+ yrs: 2 droppers
Adult: 2.5 - 4 droppers depending on weight
Quassia Root Extract: May help eliminate invasive guests, this is a very bitter tonic that naturally improves the appetite. Appears to curb unhealthy cravings.
Gentian Root Extract: During an intestinal cleanse it is important for die off and dead matter to move on and out of the body quickly. This bitter herb tones the digestive tract while increasing the production of digestive fluids and bile needed for an optimal cleanse.
Green Black Walnut Hull , Clove Bud, Olive Leaf and Wormwood Herb Extract: These are the fearsome four from the world of plants for getting rid of the unwelcome,wiggling infestations you do not want to host. Kick out unwelcome guests with these powerful extracts.
Catnip Leaf and Ginger Root Extract: Included to ease stomach pain caused by gas or griping making the blend more child friendly. Helps neutralizes toxins and acids in the digestive system.
Elecampane Root Extract: May help eliminate invasive,unwelcome intestinal guest.The root also is rich in inulin, which is soothing to inflamed tissue( thanks to intestinal invaders,there is inflamed tissue), lowers bowel transit time, and regulates intestinal flora.
Fennel Seed Extract: Science confirms and values the oils in fennel seed while folk medicine credits fennel with intoxicating worms and in their inebriated state they leave their protective 'homes' to be destroyed by other herbs such as wormwood or any of the fearsome four.
Green Rooibos Tea Extract: Loaded with powerful polyphenols, this Green tea extracts is a perfect side kick to the fearsome four. Wormwood especially fights harder when paired with an anti-oxidant in the Battle of Worms.
Peppermint Oil: Although peppermint oil demonstrates remarkable beneficial activity ,it is part of the formulation to try to improve the bitter taste of the blend. It does this rather poorly. Its just that bitter. But,bitter is brilliant and it's a taste anyone can acquire.
Other ingredients: Vegetable glycerin, distilled water, and approx. 10% organic grain alcohol.