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Do you often feel under the weather, sluggish and mentally drained?

Your body may be overloaded with harmful toxins and you may not even know it!

In order to help our bodies naturally return to a healthy, balanced state there are several actions we can take. 

In this Detox Guide Dr Jari Bertlik discuss these options and show you how with the help of two excellent Akuna products, you can jumpstart your way a healthier and happier you.

    

    1.  Learn how to read the signs of toxicity in your body

    2.  Learn about the 7 main perpetrators that cause our detoxification system to overload

    3.  Learn how to get your internal detoxification system from running on overdrive

    4.  Learn how to get your body functioning properly

To read Your Detox Guide please Click Here

 

Until next time…Stay healthy

 

Katarzyna

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RosehipROSEHIPS
Rosa canina
Rosehips are one of the most natural and freely available sources of vitamin C, as well as containing other important vitamins, minerals and trace elements.  Its richness in vitamin C makes it especially attractive in the fight against infections, sore throat and as a preventive measure against colds.  Traditionally recommends for urinary tract infections, rheumatism, gout, kidney disease, water retention and sciatica, as well as a general aid against exhaustion. Rosehips have a mild laxative and slight diuretic quality.

 

 

 

syberian ginseng

SIBERIAN GINSENG
Eleutherococcus senticosus
Used in China for over 5000 years, Siberian ginseng has been used as a cure-all for a wide variety of ills.  It is one of the best herbs for the heart and vascular system, increasing blood flow to the heart and lowering blood pressure.  World famous athletes seek out this superior herb for all its restorative and regenerative abilities.  When used regularly, Siberian ginseng helps to regulate and harmonize the entire body by increasing the entire body’s energy and healing abilities.  In Asia, Siberian ginseng is generally accepted treatment in the care of those who have undergone surgery, severe illness, and exhaustion. It helps to prevent a wide variety of debilitating conditions such as diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease, and it also has the ability to normalize blood pressure.

 

 

Thyme

THYME
Thymus vulgaris
Used from the middle ages onward for its medicinal properties, thyme’s antispasmodic and expectorant properties have been relied upon to treat chronic bronchitis (helping to loosen phlegm and combat bronchial spasm), bronchial asthma, reducing hay fever, chronic gastritis and digestive disorders.  As an antiseptic and antibacterial, thyme has been used in the treatment of inflamed sinuses, nose, throat, and larynx, and has a history as a remedy for whooping cough.

 

 

 

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WILD CHERRY
Prunus serotina
Generally used as a pain reliever, wild cherry’s most popular claim to fame is that this herb is well known to break down and expel kidney stones.  Wild cherry contains beta carotene and vitamin A.  Long valued as a treatment against colds, coughs, and diarrhea, it is also used in the treatment of lung ailments, in particular, the treatment of whooping cough, bronchitis, pneumonia and other similar disorders.  Herbalists today recommend wild cherry for respiratory ailments such as coughs, colds and bronchitis, and consider it effective for calming effect, relieving anxiety, stress and sleeplessness.

 

 

 

Yarrow 3

YARROW
Achillea millefolium
Used since medieval times, yarrow was looked upon as a headache cure, its anti-inflammatory properties seeming to have the ability to reduce headaches and blood clotting.  Yarrow has been one of the most popular treatments for arthritis and related conditions, alleviating painful inflammation of tissues and joints.  Historically it has also been used to fight bacterial invasion and treat wounds.  Yarrow has also been used to soothe and quiet the digestive system.  Because of the substances contained in yarrow, a feeling of peace and relaxation have been known to be replicated thus making it effective in treating sleeping disorders.  This also makes yarrow particularly beneficial in the treatment of some of the effects of menopause.

 

 

Yellow gentian

YELLOW GENTIAN
Gentiana lutea
Used in the Middle Ages as an antidote for certain poisons and in the treatment of gout and rheumatism, this herb id thought to have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.  Said to stimulate the appetite, promote secretion of salivary, gastric, liver, pancreatic and intestinal juices, it accelerates emptying of the stomach and alleviates indigestion, bloating and flatulence.  In its original state, yellow gentian is a very bitter testing herb.  For centuries it has been used to stimulate the gallbladder and pancreas as well as the stomach, improving digestive and liver function.

 

 

 

* Please note that in the United States, Alveo contains American ginseng instead of Asian ginseng.

The information on these pages is intended solely for educational purposes and is not a recommendation by Akuna of any kind.  Akuna and its representatives make no claims as to the ability of herbs and their derivatives to cure or treat any condition.  The herbs contained in Alveo may vary from country to country.

 

Until next time…Stay healthy

Katarzyna

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