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Eclectic Institute, Red Root, 2 fl oz (60 ml)

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  • Product Code: ECL-38838
  • UPC Code: 023363388387
  • Package Quantity: 2 fl oz (60 ml)
  • Dimensions: 1.5 x 1.5 x 4.5 in, 0.25 lbs (0.11 kg)
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Product Overview

Description
  • Herbal Extract
  • A Dietary Supplement
  • Ceanothus Americanus
Suggested Use

(shake well before using) Mix 15 – 30 drops in warm water and take this tea 1- 3 times daily.

Other Ingredients

Dried, wildcrafted red root (ceanothus americanus) root. Filtered water.

Organic alcohol content: 45%.

Dry Herb Strength: 1:4.

Warnings

Discontinue if unusual symptoms occur.

Consult your health care advisor regarding the use of herbs during pregnancy, with infants or with prescription drugs.

Keep out of reach of children.

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I Use This Product For Cancer

Posted by Reviewer1269350 on Jul 02, 2009

I use this product as a natural alternative treatment, along with Red clover and Pond Lilly, for cancer for my husband. The cancer is dissappearing and he is improving. He has cancer throughout his entire body, and even the skin cancer is going away. EMy sister, who has been given 2-3 years to live is now using these products and is improving. clectic Institute is an excellent product.

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It's Not That Bad

Posted by Reviewer1739273 on Mar 06, 2009

Red root really keeps your sinus and lymph systems moving that's for sure. It's possible i had a cold that added to the sinus, but after using it for a week. The sinus cleared up right after. Three Recommendations: 1st - Measure & record your Basal Body Temperature under both arms (in morning best time) before, during, and after taking red root. It's a good indicator 2nd - Be sure to drink plenty of water cause otherwise it will dry you out! 3rd - If this didn't do the trick for ya, you can kick it up a notch with Poke root (Potent yet Toxic) so don't overdo it!

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Lymph Cleanser

Posted by Reviewer2884447 on Apr 29, 2009

I'm on antibiotics and herbs for lyme disease and taking this red root 3x/day to help clear out my lymphatic system. It's a good product.

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Helps Spleen

Posted by Reviewer1113743 on Mar 01, 2011

I have Chronic Lyme Disease and this has really helped my Lymph system, specifically my spleen. I have been using it for around four months now and have had a reduction of the pain in the area of my Spleen (left side under lower ribs).

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Reducing Spleen Inflammation

Posted by Reviewer3270631 on Nov 08, 2011

I got this for my father who has cronic leukemia, his spleen has grown to approx 25cm and is extrememly painful for him. He had a hard time eating, breathing, and just a very poor quality of life due to his spleen pain. Since taking this for a week or so now he notices his spleen is smaller and he is eating more and almost no pain due to reduction of inflammation. He hasn't had a blood test yet, but this should also increase his pallette and red blood cell count. This did what 7 rounds of chemo could not, reduce his spleen size. (chemo definietly reduces his white blood count though)

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