5 Point Detox formula contains 16 very carefully chosen and tested herbs that perform 5 essential functions to aid detoxification in the body.

1. Liver Detox

Burdock, Dandelion and Juniper assist healthy liver function, your body’s main organ for detoxification.  These hepatic herbs encourage the release of toxins and waste from the liver via the bile duct into the bowel.

2. Kidney

The Diuretic herbs Burdock, Dandelion, Horsetail, Juniper, Meadowsweet and Rosehip help the kidney flush excess fluid, greatly aiding and relieving fluid retention.  They also support and stimulate healthy kidney function, which is vital to your body’s detoxification process.

3. Digestion

Digestive herbs Alfalfa, Cayenne, Dandelion, Fennel, Fenugreek, Juniper, Kelp, Licorice, Meadowsweet, Valerian and Wormwood help relieve flatulence, bloating and indigestion and assist overall digestive function.  A healthy digestion is vital to absorb nutrients and fuel your body effectively.  The expectorant herbs Clove, Fenugreek and Licorice help break down old intestinal mucous which harbor parasites and bad gut bacteria.

4. Parasites

The natural herbal anti-parasitic herbs Wormwood and Cloves help flush the body of unwelcome parasites.

5. Constipation

To ensure all the toxins, mucous, parasites and resulting waste removed by the herbs and dumped into your bowel are expelled quickly from the body, we use the natural purgative herb Senna fruit.  By using the fruit of the plant the tonic has a more gentle laxative effect and is easier for most people to tolerate than the more commonly used senna leaf[i].

The whole process can be likened to cleaning blocked and dirty pipes. It is a whole “top to bottom” clean that flushes, repairs and stimulates the function of the entire digestive system.

Once the waste removed by 5 Point Detox is completely expelled from the body, many people report that they are several kilos lighter, have clearer skin, feel less tired, have more energy and have a general improved feeling of well-being. (Results vary from person to person and are not guaranteed).

[i] Senna. (2015, Feb 16). (US National Library of Medicine) Retrieved Sept 20, 2016, from Medline Plus: https://medlineplus.gov/druginfo/natural/652.html