Gravitational pull is when one object is pulling on another towards itself. In many cases, the organs gravitate downward towards the earth. A good exercise to help the organs get back in their place is to hang upside down or use a body slant board. Another option is this incredible formula. Our Common Sense™ “Astringent Formula” works from within to make the organs do their job properly. It is especially good for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, and hernias. Taken consistently, it will continuously pull on the organs and cells, keeping them in their proper place. We also recommend it for mothers after childbirth because it will help tone and strengthen her body. This formula is great for prevention, not just as a cure. This combination includes the following ingredients:
WHITE OAK BARK
is a great example of the wide and varied benefits of natural remedies. From dental health to internal bleeding, the White Oak Tree bark is a strong internal astringent. Sufferers of bleeding ulcers, diarrhea, and other intestinal problems will find great relief by taking White Oak Bark. It has been shown to help remove gallstones and kidney stones and help internal bleeding of the stomach, rectum, and lungs. Gout and other inflammation-related problems may benefit from the use of this herb.
ALOE VERA LEAF
improves circulation, thus regulating blood pressure. It promotes fast healing of bones and joints, defends the body against bacteria, helps blood sugar regulation, heals internal tissue damage, ulcers, and reduces itchiness in psoriasis. Certain properties of the Aloe Vera Leaf make it an excellent remedy for treating scars, burns, and cuts. It is well known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can improve digestion and help detoxify the body. The Aloe Vera Leaf is a great laxative which relieves constipation. In almost all its forms, Aloe Vera Leaf possesses multiple medicinal qualities that can improve the immune system and help the body recover quicker, thereby increasing your life quality.
is often thought of as acidic, but once it enters the body, it becomes alkaline. It effectively cures many digestion problems, including biliousness, nausea, heartburn, and lower intestine disorders. It is even known to relieve hiccups. When taken regularly in the morning, Lemon acts as a tonic to the liver and stimulates it to produce bile, making it ready to digest the food eaten throughout the day. It is also thought to help dissolve gallstones. Because of its high Vitamin C content, it is thought to help prevent and treat many infections and is also used as an astringent to speed up wound healing and lower fevers. Lemon is also a diuretic, which means it is good for people with urinary tract infections and high uric acid problems, such as those with arthritis or rheumatism, because it helps flush out all the toxins and bad bacteria.
RED RASPBERRY LEAF
is a delicious fruit and a true healer in its natural state. It has the ability to soften and expel mucous from anywhere in the body. This amazing herb strengthens and tones the entire female reproductive system. It is a female hormone in every sense of the word and works without side effects. Good for cold sores and genital or mouth herpes. It is the pivotal herb in this combination.
is used in the treatment of hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Since Butcher’s Broom narrows blood vessels, it can relieve the discomfort of circulatory conditions such as chronic venous disorder or CVD (when your leg veins cannot pump enough blood back to your heart) and varicose veins. It also relieves related symptoms such as cramping, itching, numbness, and swelling.
ST. JOHN’S WORT
is a powerful astringent, aromatic, expectorant, and nervine herb. St. John’s Wort is a great blood purifier and overall tonic. It is also very calming and an excellent diuretic. It is used in all pulmonary complaints and nervous depression. It is also beneficial for children troubled with bedwetting.
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