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seibertneurolyme
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Hubby has used this brand for several years. Our local health food store ordered the 4 ounce bottles and sold it to us at a 20% discount. It was cheaper than ordering online.

We have been informed that the company is discontinuing this product.

I know that Herb Pharm and some other companies also manufacture the product.

Trying to decide whether to switch hubby to cleavers tincture or poke tincture or another lymphatic herb.

Hubby has used poke tincture some in the past in combo with lower doses of redroot tincture.

Curious as to what herbs everyone else is using for lymphatic support?

Bea Seibert

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I haven't tried this brand of cleavers tea but it seems good -

http://www.sacred-medicine.org/sms_products/sms_teas.php

Can he do any rebounding? That helped me but my rebounder is in storage at the moment. I saw them selling at Walmart for $35 or so. Even just bouncing is helpful.

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try woodland essences red root tincture & do lymphatic drainage, you can purchase a LBG from ELF labs, the best way to go and do every evening.
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I bought something like a pound of the dry red root powder once, and am filling capsules up, seems to be a lifetime supply for the $20 or whatever it was. Not a tincture but still good.
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Redroot Tinture, ITIRES and Lymphatic Drainage Massage.
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Hello ~ pokeroot is a whole other category of herbs in potency and intensity. Not something to mess around with without supervision of a trained (underlined) herbalist.

Cleavers and red root are both herbs that can be used simultaneously ~ or you can alternate the doses by day or time of day.

Here we muscle test and i tend to handle cleavers much more easily than any other herb for lymph drainage.

Sometimes a dose or two of echinacea can be helpful as well, though i'm not sure about combining echinacea with pharmaceuticals.

Cleavers is gentle and safe, easily combined with other herbs.

And Bea, you can get these herbs, including red root via iherb: eclectic institute is a great brand as is herb pharm.

Hope this helps ~
riverspirit

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