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Clearer-Col V1 A herbal colonics complex with a combination of rhubarb, aloe vera, cayenne, burdock root, sugar beet fibre, clove bud, barberry bark, fennel seed, liquorice root, dandelion root and ginger root.
With sugar beet fibre and a combination of herbal ingredients
Contributes to an increase in faecal bulk
Based on a formula by American master herbalist, Dr John R. Christopher
Popular with colonic hydrotherapists for use before, during and after treatments
Clearer-Col V1 can also be alternated with Clearer-Col V2
Clearer-Col V1 A herbal colonics complex (with sugar beet fibre)
A combination of 12 herbal ingredients: rhubarb powder, aloe vera, cayenne powder, burdock root powder, sugar beet fibre (50mg), rhubarb root, clove bud powder, barberry bark, fennel seed, liquorice root, dandelion root and ginger root.
Sugar beet fibre (a source of both soluble and insoluble dietary fibre) has been included in this formulation because it contributes to an increase in faecal bulk.
Popular with colonic hydrotherapists for use before, during and after treatments.
Clearer-Col V1 can also be alternated with Clearer-Col V2.
100 capsules per pot
Each proprietary blend capsule provides:
Burdock Root Powder
Sugar Beet Fibre (50mg)
Clove Bud Powder
Rhubarb Powder, Capsule: Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (HPMC) (Vegetarian), Aloe Vera Extract (200:1), Cayenne Pdr, Burdock Root Pdr, Sugar Beet Fibre Pdr, Cloves Bud Pdr, Anti-caking Agent: Magnesium Stearate (vegetable source), Barberry Bark Ext 10:1, Fennel Seed Pdr, Liquorice Root Pdr, Dandelion Root Ext 5:1, Ginger Root Ext 20:1.
Contains no added: artificial colours, flavourings, preservatives, dairy products, gluten, lactose, soya, sugar, wheat or yeast.
1 or 2 capsules to be taken 1 to 3 times per day or as advised.
Warning: This product should be used in conjunction with improved dietary habits, increased water intake and a sensible exercise regime.
Sugar beet, cultivated Beta vulgaris, is a plant whose root contains a high concentration of sucrose (as its name suggests). It is grown commercially for sugar production. Sugar beets are related to other B. vulgaris cultivars, such as beetroot and chard.
Sugar beets consist of approximately 75% water, 20% sugar and 5% cell walls. After the sugar is extracted, remaining cell wall material - the sugar beet pulp - is used to produce the sugar beet fibre.
This source of dietary fibre contains both soluble and insoluble fibres. The main fibre types in sugar beet fibre are insoluble hemicellulose (22-32 %) and soluble pectin (22-29 %), but also smaller amounts of cellulose and lignin. It has a water-holding capacity of 3-4 times its own weight.
Compared to many conventional natural sources of dietary fibre, such as cereal products and fruits, sugar beet fibre has the following advantages:
Sugar beet fibre contributes to an increase in faecal bulk in two ways: the insoluble components of the fibre increase faecal bulk by absorbing water in the large intestine, while the soluble components are fermented by bacteria in the large intestine leading to an increase in bacterial mass. Click here for EFSA scientific opinion.
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