Organic Psyllium Husk

Used by doctors for ages in Iran, Pakistan, and India, psyllium husk was once considered a cure-all herb, probably because its ability to cleanse the colon became the genesis for other, secondary claims like clearer skin, headache dissipation, and higher energy levels. Think of psyllium husk like a soft, wet, scrubby sponge for your intestinal walls, which are caked with impacted waste matter. The bulky substance formed by Psyllium Husks stimulates peristalsis, which aids in eliminating waste and gets rid of constipation. Psyllium husk is a source of water-soluble fiber that swells when mixed with water during the digestive process, with the husk around each seed expanding to several times its initial size. The result is mucilage, a gooey and almost gelatinous substance that bulks up your stool while simultaneously softening it. Psyllium husk’s colon cleanse power derives from the mucilage’s ability to move bowel contents along. Through lubrication and gentle brushing of your intestines, fecal matter and the mucosal lining gets unstuck and is expelled. The husk swells when it comes in contact with water. It can absorb 8-16 times its weight.

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Many alternative medicine practitioners appreciate the effectiveness of BC in the process of colon cleansing and detoxification. BC is very useful in eliminating pathogenic viruses, aflatoxins, other toxins, pesticides, and herbicides and even toxic metals such as mercury, aluminum, lead and others. The BC naturally attracts the particles of these toxins and waste via magnetism and its great ability to absorb. In the colon, bentonite acts like a sponge in the sense that it expands when it absorbs water. Since toxins are drawn to the BC, this helps purge and detoxify your body of harmful materials and waste. Food-grade BC is a medicinal powdered clay which is also known as montmorillonite. It is derived from deposits of weathered volcanic ash. A bentonite cleanse is one of the most effective natural intestinal detoxifying agents available and has been recognized as such for centuries by native cultures around the world. The BC absorbs and binds toxins such as heavy metals, free radicals and pesticides that reside in the intestinal tract. Bentonite is also an inert substance. This means it is not absorbed by the body and will essentially pass through without being changed. This allows it to collect the toxins from your body and remove them.


Flax is a blue flowering plant that is grown for its oil-rich seeds. Flaxseed is the best known dietary source of lignans, plant based compounds that may help prevent and treat breast and colon cancer. Flaxseed has at least 75 times more lignans than any other plant food. Flax seed oils and seeds contain Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) needed to maintain the health of the colon. Perhaps that’s why Mahatma Gandhi said of them: “Wherever flax seed becomes a regular food item among the people, there will be better health.” Flax has been used in the human diet since at least 3000 B.C. Around 650 B.C., Hippocrates wrote about the soothing nature of eating flax to relieve abdominal pains. Today, flax is currently under study at the National Cancer Institute as well as other research centers in the U.S. and Canada. The fiber in flax acts as a broom sweeping the colon clean of toxic material, metabolic waste and dried mucus. Flax fiber is an excellent food for friendly bacteria in the intestine, which keeps disease causing organisms in check. Flax muciage also helps to prevent toxic build-up in the bowel during fasting or a healing diet.


The potential health benefits of oats are primarily related to their fiber content. Whole oats balance the body’s blood sugar levels by slowing the absorption of carbs. They also help detox by binding toxic minerals & acids. Rich in antioxidants, whole oats can keep cholesterol from sticking to artery walls. The soluble fiber in oats attracts water during digestion and slows the digestive process so the body is better able to absorb nutrients from food particles. This may help alleviate diarrhea. The insoluble fiber in oats does not dissolve in liquid, adding bulk to stool and speeding the digestive process. This may help alleviate constipation. Soluble fiber also adds bulk to stool and improves its consistency, which may also help to alleviate constipation. The soluble fibers help trap cholesterol and move it quickly through the intestines. Have you ever heard the phrase “He’s feeling his OATS?” oats are one of my favorite foods for maintained energy, stamina and strength.

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