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Sammi
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My doctor recommended HealthForce Nutritionals Intestional Drawing Formula for detox. I feel it is helping me, so I wanted to post the info in case others may want to try it. Like other binders, it needs to be taken away from meds and supplements.

This is a powder that you add to water. Be warned though--it looks and has the consistency of dirt! It is a bit challenging to stir it into water, but it can be done. I guess you could use a blender. It pretty much tastes like dirt too, but if it works who cares? I think Mepron tastes worse!

One more bit of info--this product can cause, how shall I say, substantial BMs (sorry but it is true).

I get the 408 gram powder size. I found the best price for this at Amazon.com because the shipping is free. It costs $31.95 for about a one month supply.

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Thanks Sammi! I'll take any useful suggestion I can get to help with detox. [Smile] What symptoms have improved after taking it?
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Can you list the ingredients?
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http://www.healthfoodemporium.com/prod_page.php?id=247

Proprietary Blend : Wildcrafted Slippery Elm Bark, Marshmallow Root, Nopal Cactus, Natural Zeolite, Activated Charcoal, Pesticide-free Plantain Leaf, Wildcrafted Carob, Pesticide free Flax Seed Meal, Pesticide free Kelp, Volcanic Bentonite Clay*

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Sammi
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seekhelp I cannot really say if certain symptoms have improved, I just feel like it is helping.
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Daughter's LLND wants her to take this. We have the capsules.

Sammi, how often do you take yours?

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Sammi...how long are you supposed to take it...a month ?

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Sammi
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Jane2904, I use it once daily apart from meds and supplements.

Karensky, I just started my second month.

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I can't fathom taking this away from meds and supplements as I feel that I take them all day long. :/

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Sammi- thanks for posting on this. My doc too wants me to take it and like Olaf I have been trying to figure out when. Well, I was told a three hour window after meds/supp and 3 hours before meds/supp.

I am doing chelation as well right now and I think it will help... Thanks for the encouragement!

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I take it in late afternoon, at least a couple of hours after taking supplements and well before evening meds.
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Thanks , Sammi
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You are welcome Jane2904! I hope it helps your daughter.
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Thanks Sammi- I am going to do the same thing! Cane posted on another thread for lymph pain-- under my arm -- that red root tincture helps. Sure enough, I had five drops in a glass of water and the pain has diminished greatly.
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willbeatthis, that is great! I hope this will help you too.
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Thanks for the support Sammi... It really does take a village [Smile] Best--
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My daughter is taking them as well. It is really hard to fit it in. We are supposed to take up to 3 -2xs a day. Thus far we have only managed to fit it in the afternoons. Still trying. Our Dr swears by them.
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I definitely am interested, but I'll wait until you can better define what 'helps' means from a symptom perspective. I have spent so much on supplements over the years w/little luck.

Of course you know your own body, but it would be nice to hear it relieves symptom X, symptom Y or whatever. Know what I mean?

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