Cleanse and purify the blood and colon with this carefully selected blend of Jamaica's most powerful bitter detox herbs! Blood cleansing herbs included in this blend:
Bitter Melon aka Cerasee (Momordica charantia)
Bitter Wood (Quassia)
Rice Bitters (Andrographis paniculata)
Bitter Purge Blood Cleansing Herbs benefits:
Detoxify the blood network of impurities, pathogens, toxins, waste
Cleanse the colon
Manage blood sugar, diabetes
Heal skin conditions
Prevent atherosclerosis/heart disease
Prevent heart disease
1. CERASEEE - Momordica charantia
Jamaican Cerasee also known as Bitter Melon, is a popular traditional treatment for purging the blood, relieving menstrual cramps, colds, constipation, fevers and upset stomachs. Cerasee is also useful for external sores, rashes, skin ulcers and any other skin deformities including chicken pox and liver spots. It is also great as an anti-itch agent.
This herb is commonly used by individuals suffering from rheumatism, gout and other similar illnesses such as diabetes and high blood pressure. It contains at least three active substances with anti-diabetic properties, including charantin, which has been confirmed to have a blood glucose-lowering effect, vicine and an insulin-like compound known as polypeptide-p.
Cerasee also treats parasite in the body, cleanses the colon; as well as dysentery, bellyaches, laxative, cramps, diarrhea, malaria, purifying the blood and other serious ailments. There are those who believe that it may aid in people suffering with HIV/AIDS. There are also studies that say that Cerasee may help to cure leukemia.
2. RICE BITTERS - Andrographis paniculata
Rice bitters, also known as King of Bitters, is an extremely bitter herb that is popularly known for its anti-viral and anti-cancerous agents. It is most commonly used for people infected with the human Immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that have serious skin lesions, wounds ulcers and/or itchiness.
Rice bitters is actually very rich in potassium and it contains essential oils; the herb is also good for toning the prostate and ensuring it is fully functional.
This herb can also be beneficial for people with the flu, sinusitis and digestive conditions including diarrhea, constipation, intestinal gas, colic, and stomach pain; for liver conditions including an enlarged liver, jaundice, and liver damage due to medications; for infections including leprosy, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis, malaria, cholera, leptospirosis and rabies; along with heart conditions, anemia and respiratory conditions.
It is also known as a detoxifier for the blood and other viral infections. Rice bitters is capable is great as an energy booster and will help to build a better appetite.
Some individuals use rice bitters for sore throat, coughs, swollen tonsils, bronchitis, and allergies. It is also used for “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), and prevention of heart disease and diabetes.
3. BITTER WOOD - Picraena excelsa
Bitter wood, also known as Jamaican Quassia, is generally good for the digestive system. The bitterness actually helps to produce more saliva and stomach acids which help the digestive system to function properly. Bitter wood can be used for treating orders such as anorexia, indigestion, constipation, and fever. It is also used to rid the intestines of various kinds of parasites.
The bitterness of wood is actually one of its most important attributes.
The wood is also great for stimulating appetite; can help you to digest your food better. It can also help you to get relief from diarrhea caused by dysentery. Additionally, bitter wood is suitable for people that suffer from fevers due to this serious illness.
Bitter wood may actually help to prevent some malaria infections because it works as an insect repellent to kill parasites. The natural chemicals increase stomach acids and bile secretion; and when consumed, act against bacteria, fungi and head lice.