Product Form: Powder
Product Size: 1 lb. (454 g.) herb powder
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (9 g.)
Servings per Container: 50
Manufacturer: Nature’s Medicine
Item Number: NMD-001-16Z
Internal Sweep™ contains 37 amazing herbs that work synergistically to loosen fecal matter from your intestinal walls ... enhance elimination ... reduce bowel transit time ... and restore digestive health.
Internal Sweep™ contains both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber absorbs liquids and forms a soft sticky gel which binds to substances like cholesterol and sugar thereby preventing or slowing their absorption into the blood.
Insoluble fiber “roughage” acts like a broom to help sweep the unwanted impacted fecal matter from the walls of the intestines.
For adults, shake the container and add 1 tablespoon (use the plastic spoon inside the container) of the powder to a large glass of water, juice, or other liquid. Mix quickly and drink right away. During the first 10 days use: only 1/2 of the above dose or less.
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This comprehensive herbal cleansing program doesn’t have any side effects, aside from possible minor discomforts one might expect while cleansing their body. There are no special diet requirements to follow during the cleanse, and we recommend that you repeat the program at least 1 - 2 times a year. Furthermore, the products do not cause any adverse reactions with any medications you may be taking and the medications, in turn, do not adversely affect them. However, internal cleansing is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.