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This unique all-natural blend of 9 essential herbs is designed
to cleanse the upper and lower intestines, ridding the body of
toxins and some really nasty parasites. Just 8 ounces of this
mild tea twice daily can provide you with dramatic results.
Find out why some have even called this amazing drink “a miracle” tea.

9 100% Simple Ingredients:

1. Blessed Thistle: Today, blessed thistle in
iaso tea is prepared as a tea and used for
loss of appetite and indigestion; and to
treat colds, cough, fever,
bacterial infections, and diarrhea.

It is also used as a diuretic
for increasing urine output,
and for promoting the flow of
breast milk in new mothers.

Some people soak gauze in blessed thistle and apply it to
the skin for treating boils, wounds, and ulcers.
In manufacturing, blessed thistle is used as a
flavoring in alcoholic beverages.
Don’t confuse blessed thistle with
milk thistle (Silybum marianum).

2. Holy Thistle: Some clinical trials indicate that it may
improve quality of life and even increase life
expectancy in patients with cirrhosis of the liver.

Holy Thistle is believed to have great power in the
purification and circulation of the blood.

3. Chamomile: Chamomile in the
iaso tea has been widely used in
children and adults for thousands
of years for a variety of health conditions.

Today, chamomile is used as a folk or traditional remedy for
sleeplessness, anxiety, and gastrointestinal conditions
such as upset stomach, gas, and diarrhea.

It is also used topically for skin conditions and for
mouth ulcers resulting from cancer treatment.

4. Ginger: For over two thousand years Chinese Medicine has
recommended ginger to treat a number of health problems
including abdominal bloating, coughing, vomiting, diarrhea,
and rheumatism.

Ginger is also used in the Ayurvedic and Tibetan
systems of medicine for the treatment of
inflammatory joint diseases
such as arthritis, rheumatism and a variety
of other conditions.

5. Papaya: Papaya has high nutritional benefits.
It is rich in Anti-oxidants,
the B vitamins, folate and pantothenic acid;
and the minerals, potassium and magnesium; and fiber.

Together, “these nutrients promote
the health of the cardiovascular system
and also provide protection
against colon cancer.” In addition, papaya
contains the digestive enzyme,
papain, which is used like bromelain, a
similar enzyme found in pineapple,
to treat sports injuries, other causes of
trauma, and allergies.

6. Persimmon Leaves: Persimmon (Diospyros kaki)
originated in China and has been grown
for over 1000 years in Japan,
which is the leading producer today.

A similar variety of the Persimmon fruit
(Diospyros virginiana) grows in the Eastern
USA and is called Pawdad.

The tannins and flavonoids in
Persimmon leaves have anti-hypertensive,
anti-carcinogenic, and anti-mutagenic properties.

The leaf also acts as a mild laxative,
is antihemorrhagic (stops bleeding),
is an effective remedy for hemorrhoids,
and strengthens weak
blood vessels such as spider veins or varicose veins.

Persimmon leaf extract and its major
flavonoid constituent,
astragalin, when taken orally, acts as a
natural antihistamine which inhibits
the release of histamine and thus helps
reduce allergic reactions.

7. Marsh Mallow Leaves: Vitamin B support Respiratory track
and digestion.

8. Malva Leaves: Malva Leaf teas are used
in the treatment of renal disorders,
the retention of fluids, frequent thirst, and diarrhea.

Malva Leaf has been used to treat stomach ache, gastroenteritis,
irritable bowel, and conditions of the spleen.

9. Myrrh: Today Myrrh is used in some
mouth washes and sore throat medicines.

Although it has had a number of reported
medicinal uses throughout recorded history,
myrrh is now found most often in mouthwashes
to soothe mouth and throat irritations.

In addition to relieving inflammation,
using myrrh as a mouthwash also is
thought to improve bad breath.

As a mouth rinse, myrrh is approved
for treating mouth inflammation by the
German Commission E, the German governmental agency that
evaluates the safety and effectiveness of herbal products.

*1 Week Supply $22.00


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