Red Clover Cleanser - Planetary Formulas
|Red Clover Cleanser - Premier Botanical Purifier||Darrell Miller||06/06/05|
June 06, 2005 03:55 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Red Clover Cleanser - Premier Botanical Purifier
For centuries cleansing has been a cornerstone of natural health care—and the chemical toxins and environmental pollutants in today's environment make this practice more important than ever. RED CLOVER CLEANSER is a dynamic combination of traditional Western and Chinese purifiers. It purifies the bloodstream with some of the most relied-upon botanical cleansers from two continents: red clover blossoms, echinacea, yellow dock, sarsaparilla, forsythia and honeysuckle. RED CLOVER CLEANSER exemplifies Planetary Formulas’ commitment to herbalism at its best—uniting traditional herbal wisdom with the findings of modern clinical and pharmacological research.
The use of botanical cleansers and purifiers has been common in many traditional cultures. Among people of the Appalachians, it was customary to drink herbal “beers” made from roots and barks, such as yellow dock and sarsaparilla, when springtime arrived. This seasonal cleansing was done to help clear the body of toxins thought to accumulate over the long winter. Herbal cleansing is still a vital aspect of a natural health care program.
Red clover is a primary botanical purifier used by Western herbalists. Native Americans used its blossoms for blood cleansing and gynecological problems. Red clover flowers were used in traditional American herbalism in the form of teas and decoctions, soothing gargles and skin salves. They were valued for supporting healthy skin, promoting digestion and stimulating the liver.
To augment the effects of red clover, Planetary Formulas combined it with additional cleansing herbs.
RED CLOVER CLEANSER was developed by Michael Tierra, L.Ac., O.M.D., a clinician with more than 30 years of experience. Michael uses Planetary Formulas on a daily basis in his practice. This means your customers can be assured of obtaining the benefits they are seeking from a herbal product.
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