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Afro- Caribbean Healing Secrets

Colon Cleanse

Colon Cleanse


Looking for relief from constipation and bloating? Our Colon Flush herbal blend might be the perfect solution for you! Our Colon Cleanse Tea contains a powerful combination of Alexandria and other natural herbs, which are known for their gentle laxative properties.


This herbal tea helps promote healthy digestion and regular bowel movements, so you can say goodbye to discomfort and hello to a happier, healthier gut. Experience the natural benefits of our Colon Cleanse tea today and improve your digestive health!


Whats Inside:



  • Laxative Properties: Alexandria contain compounds called sennosides, which have powerful laxative effects. Alexandria is often used to relieve constipation by stimulating bowel movements. However, prolonged or excessive use of senna can lead to dependence and electrolyte imbalances, so it's crucial to use it sparingly and under the guidance of a healthcare professional.



  • Digestive Support: balderjan has been traditionally used to soothe digestive discomfort and alleviate symptoms such as gas and bloating. While it doesn't have direct colon-cleansing properties, it may help promote overall digestive health and comfort.


  • Bitter Bark:

    • Laxative Effects: Bitter bark is another herb with strong laxative properties. It contains compounds called anthraquinones, which stimulate contractions in the colon and promote bowel movements. Like butter popcorn, bitter bark should be used cautiously and for short periods to avoid dependence and electrolyte imbalances.


Banga Stick:

  • Gentle Laxative: banga stick is sometimes included in herbal laxative blends for its mild laxative effects. It may help soften stools and promote regular bowel movements.banga stick also has anti-inflammatory properties that may benefit digestive health.


Madder wort:

  • Parasitic Properties: Madder worthas traditionally been used to expel intestinal parasites, although scientific evidence supporting its efficacy is limited. While it may have some mild laxative effects.


It's essential to note that colon cleansing is not necessary for most people and can have risks, including dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, and disruption of the natural gut microbiota. If you're experiencing digestive discomfort or constipation, it's best to focus on maintaining a healthy diet rich in fiber, staying hydrated, and incorporating regular physical activity. If you're considering using herbal remedies for colon cleansing or digestive health, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized guidance and recommendations.

  • Steeping Instruction

    Brewing Instructions:


    For a perfect cup of tea, please follow these simple steps:


    1. Boil alkaline, spring, or bottled water, allowing the temperature to reach approximately 212°F.


    2. Add half a tablespoon of loose-leaf herbs to a tea infuser or teapot.


    3. Pour four ounces of hot water over the tea leaves and let it steep for 5-7 minutes, allowing the flavors to develop fully.


    4. Once steeped to perfection, remove the infuser, strain the tea leaves, and pour the aromatic infusion into your favorite teacup.


    Note: If you prefer a stronger tea, decrease the amount of water added to it. One ounce is the strongest you can have your tea.

  • Colon Cleanse Instruction

    1. Drink the colon cleanse at night

    2. Add 2 level teaspoons of non-iodized sea salt to a full quart of lukewarm water. Drink the entire quart of salt and water first thing in the morning.

    NOTE: This must be taken on an empty stomach.

     Several eliminations will likely occur during the next hour. If elimination does not occur, increase the amount of salt slightly; if it is too forceful, reduce the salt-to-water ratio until the proper balance is found.

    This can be repeated for three days.

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