Core Level D-Tox

SKU: 1609
Supportive Function: Core Level D-Tox is a special formulation of vitamins, minerals, herbs and glandulars--a combination that aids the body in the detoxification process. Contains several powerful binders of metals and toxins.

When is Detoxification helpful? Numerous conditions including hay fever, allergies, digestive problems, skin problems, asthma, autoimmune diseases, chronic diseases, overall ill health, fatigue, constipation, liver problems . . .
Clinical Applications Research: Apple Pectin: Apple pectin helps bind unwanted metals and toxins, and lowers cholesterol levels by binding the cholesterol and bile acids in the gut, which aids in excretion. Apples are high in malic acid content, which is used therapeutically for treating the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Sodium Alginate (from brown seaweed): Sodium alginate is a highly viscous polysaccharide with a high fiber content (J Nutr 1990; 120(4): 353-60). It is derived from a seaweed compound. Sodium alginate “offers incredible protection from many kinds of modern day pollutants, carcinogens and toxins. Algin, though non-digestible, can prevent living tissue from absorbing radioactive materials, including strontium-90, barium, mercury, tin, and cadmium” (Mowrey, D. Ph.D. The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine. Keats Publishing. New Canaan, CT, 1986, p. 88).

Garlic (root): Garlic has been used for cholesterol/triglyceride reduction, candida, sinusitis, diabetes, antihypertensive, anticarcinogenic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, anthelmintic (expels worms), antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immune-enhancing (esp. colds/flu), asthma, fever, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, colic, indigestion. Allicin is the molecule responsible for the odor of garlic, and also for many of the purported benefits it offers as an herb. There are many documented effects of garlic in the literature.

Rice Bran and Oat Bran: Fiber produces butyric acid, a short chain fatty acid that is manufactured by the intestines through bacterial fermentation of fiber. Butyric acid is the main energy source for the large intestine epithelial cells and helps repair and regenerate damaged cells. Many fibers can absorb 7-8 times their weight in water, which softens stools and decreases transit time. Fiber may decrease the size of hemorrhoids and prevent hemorrhoidal bleeding. It also is said to “lower cholesterol levels and slow the absorption of sugar in diabetics, which may decrease the need for insulin in some people with diabetes" (Larson, D. Mayo Clinic Family Health Book, 1990. William Morrow & Co. Inc. NY, NY. p. 635).

Chlorophyll: Chlorophyll provides intestinal nourishment and has a soothing effect on the lining of the mucosa. Chlorophyll acts as an effective natural healer and cleanser for chronic conditions internally and externally. It retards growth and development of toxic bacteria (Keith, V., and Gordon, M., The How To Herb Book, Mayfield Publications, Pleasant Grove, Utah, 1988, pg. 22). It is an intestinal detoxifier due to its neutralizing effects on guanidine, an intense alkaline substance found in the intestines caused by constipation or cell trauma. It can also bind heavy metals and prevent the adverse effects from them.

Beet (root): Beets aid in gallbladder function, lymphatic function, and digestion (Balch JF, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, p. 39).

Stone Root (root): Collinsonia stimulates, tones and cleanses the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract. It is referred to in herbal literature as a “vascular astringent." In most patients with hemorrhoids or varicose vein problems, the patient has a congested liver. Bile salts can be combined with collinsonia because bile salts alone may be irritating.
Contraindications: High dosages of vitamin C (>1000 mg.) should not be taken by gout patients or by kidney stone formers. Vitamin C is contraindicated in iron overload disease. Female/male Glandulars are contraindicated in cancers of the reproductive organs. In large amounts, garlic is contraindicated with anticoagulant drugs. The combination of herbs in this formula work together in creating synergistic effects, and smaller amounts of the herbs are utilized for optimal results.
Ingredients: Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 100 mg, Vitamin E (as succinate) 5 IU, Thiamine (as hydrochloride) 2 mg, Niacin 5 mg, Vitamin B-12 (as cyanocobalamin) 20 mcg, Pantothenic Acid (as calcium pantothenate) 35 mg, Magnesium (as chelate) 8 mg, Manganese (as chelate) 0.500 mg. Proprietary blend 598 mg* of: Rice Bran, Oat Bran, Sodium Alginate (from brown seaweed), Apple Pectin, Pancreatin (porcine), Beet (root), Garlic (root), Pancreas (bovine), Adrenal (bovine), Liver (bovine), Orchic (bovine), Spleen (bovine), Duodenum (porcine), L-Lysine, Chlorophyll, Stone Root (root), Parathyroid (bovine), L-Ornithine, Cabbage (leaf), L-Glycine, Ox Bile, Pepsin.
Vegetarian: No
Suggested Dosage: 1 tablet daily or as directed
Pack: 60 Tablets
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