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Weight Loss - Digestive Factors

Pack: 100 ml / 8 weeks supply
Dose: 15 drops added to liquid and taken three times daily.

Digestive inefficiencies and overloading, normally originating in the nervous system, are a common underlying reason for being overweight. Without tuning up digestive efficiency and getting on top of the habits, which are overloading the system, this sort of overweight is difficult to control.

This formula contains: Agrimony, Alfalfa, Aloes, Blue Flag, Celery, Chamomile, Dandelion, Fennel, Fenugreek and Gentian as well as the Bach Flower remedies Agrimony, Scleranthus, Walnut and Wild Oat.

15 drops three times per day taken in water along with the following dietary suggestions will make an immediate and noticeable difference to the ease with which you are able to control your weight.

Have a cereal or grain breakfast every day. Fruit should be eaten separately from grains or protein sources. No snacking, no candies, no desserts and no meals eaten on the run. No comfort eating. One dessert spoon of Slippery Elm Bark powder mixed into water taken daily and at least two cups each of Chamomile tea and Dandelion Tea daily.

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Other Weight Loss Treatments to choose from are linked to from below.Click here to contact Robert if you're not sure which one would work for you.

Weight Loss - Blood Toxins
Weight Loss - Circulation Factors
Weight Loss - Digestive Factors
Weight Loss - Elimination Factors
Weight Loss - Hormonal Factors (Puberty / Post-Partum / Menopause )
Weight Loss - Liver Inefficient
Weight Loss - Lymphatics Sluggish
Weight Loss - Metabolic Factors
Weight Loss - Motivation Problems
Weight Loss - Thyroid Underactive
Weight Loss - Quit Smoking

Please Note;
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment. Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
Further information on Herbs and Healing: Does a Herbalist need a Medical Diagnosis?
Herbs for People: How Herbs can heal you, Our Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment

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