Category: Bones, Calcium, Nutritious, Teeth

Supports and enhances bone health


BONES contains herbs that are traditionally used to soothe the pain of small and medium joints. This formula is mineralizing and plays a role in the maintenance of bones, cartilage, ligaments, connective tissues and even blood vessels. BONES promotes blood circulation, which has the effect of promoting perspiration and allowing a better supply of oxygen and nutrients to all cells of the body.


Nutritious For Teeth and Bones Helps calcium absorption


Kelp Kelp protects and restores the stomach wall to better tolerate gastric acidity. This action improves fat metabolism, promotes the absorption of fatty tissue and overcomes associated skin problems. It regulates breathing and clears the airways. Its components allow drainage of heavy metals and radioactive waste, as well as soothing the pain of small and medium joints. Horsetail Grass One of the most re-mineralizing grass its components are involved in the metabolism and maintenance of bones, cartilage, ligaments, connective tissue and even the blood vessels. Its healing effect allows the body to rebuild its skin and mucous membranes, making them stronger, more flexible and resistant, while stopping bleeding or hemorrhage. Mineral deposits are dissolved by the alkalizing action of horsetail, which is also a diuretic to stimulate the kidneys, thus promoting better elimination Comfrey Leaf Outstanding repairer, Comfrey soothes irritation of the mucous membranes of the digestive system as well as those of the respiratory tract. It allows the removal of secretions, tissue healing and a better recovery in general. From reconstruction of bone structure to the veins through the tendons, ligaments and joints, this herb does not give its place when it comes to support healing. Alfalfa Herb Easily assimilated, one of the most nutritious foods, alfalfa protects the cells from damage and harm caused by free radicals. Powerful antioxidant, it stimulates re-mineralization, slows premature aging of the organs while regulating the blood cholesterol. A tonic for the reproductive system, alfalfa provides effective supports to menstrual cycles and the transition to menopause. Quassia Bark Bitter tonic, the bark of this shrub increases the digestive capacity by stimulating bile, saliva and stomach secretions. It evokes appetite, improves the absorption and utilization of nutrients by the body, while keeping at bay diseases of the digestive tract caused by the presence of certain parasites. Witch Hazel Bark Known for toning the intestinal mucus membrane, Witch Hazel bark is a coagulant for all types of hemorrhages. It regulates bowel elimination when it is too frequent or too liquid Prickly Ash Bark Prickly Ash bark vigorously increases blood circulation which has the effect of promoting perspiration and to allow a better supply of oxygen and nutrients to all the cells of the body. Digestion is facilitated by a better expulsion of gas and less bloating, which contributes to improve the overall elimination.


Shake well. Add to a small amount of water or juice 3 times daily. Suggested Use by Weight 25-50 lbs = 1/3 dropper 50-75 lbs = ½ dropper 75-150 lbs = 1 dropper 150-225 lbs = 1 ½ dropper 225-300 lbs = 2 dropper


Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
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