Herbal HM Chelation
$18.00 – $56.00
Accumulation of heavy metals in the tissues is one of the hidden drivers of chronic disease and aging. Heavy metals are invariably toxic to human cells, disrupt normal body function, fuel pathogenic biofilm formation, and cause deterioration particularly of the nervous system.
Herbal HM Chelation supports heavy metal detoxification through the use of herbs that can play an important role in facilitating the safe and gentle chelation (drawing out) and removal of heavy metals from the body.
It is available as a tincture or wellness tea that is simply steeped in boiled water. *Please note that there are minor differences in the formulations based on herb availability.
Tincture Ingredients & Dosage:
Cilantro, curcuma, parsley, milk thistle, bupleurum, moneywort, horsetail, dulse, isatis, alisma, smilax, ginger; organic cane alcohol and distilled water.
Recommended Dosage: 1 teaspoon / 2x / day in 2 oz. water.
Wellness Tea Ingredients & Dosage:
Cilantro, parsley, milk thistle, horsetail, echinacea, and dandelion.
Recommended Dosage: 1 cup / 2-3x / day
– For extra liver detoxification support, take with Bupleurum Liver Cleanse (available as a tincture, brew or granules);
– For kidney detoxification support, add Alisma Kidney Cleanse (available as a tincture, brew or granules);
– For added lymph and skin detox support, take with Figwort Lymph Cleanse (available as a tincture, brew or granules formula).
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Mehrandish, Reza et al. Heavy metals detoxification: A review of herbal compounds for chelation therapy in heavy metals toxicity. J Herbmed Pharmacol. 2019; 69-77.
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|Dimensions||4 × 2 × 7 in|
Tincture 4 oz, Tincture 2 oz, Wellness Tea