Total Blood Cleanser Package

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  • Red Clover:
    • Health care practitioners believe that red clover "purified" the blood by acting as a diuretic (helping the body get rid of excess fluid) and expectorant (helping clear lungs of mucous), improving circulation, and helping cleanse the liver. ( UMM Article Link )
    • Red clover's brightly colored flowers contain many nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. They're also a rich source of isoflavones.
    • The vitamins and minerals may be what make it so effective for overall health. Cleansing isn't just an elimination process. It also involves re-nutrifying all of those organs that have been working so hard.
  • Dandelion:
    • This back yard weed is catagorized diuretic.  Diuretics are used to increase the flow of liquid through the kidney and urinary tract.
    • The toxins carried out through the kidney increase as the fluid the kidney filters increases. Any good kidney cleanse should include a diuretic like Dandelion to help complete the task.
  • Oregon Grape:
    • Oregon grape root uses have traditionally included liver function and gall bladder function. The liver function make Oregon Grape an abvious cleanser.
    • The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants lists increased gall bladder function as one of its many attributes. The gall bladder produces bile. Bile aids the elimination of toxins/ waste products in the small intestine.
    • These Oregon Grape attributes help in showing why it should be included in a great detox formula.
  • Red Clover:

    • As with alfalfa, Red Clover sends its roots far into the ground. This makes it possible for it to draw upon an abundance of minerals. Due to its high content of several important nutrients, including vitamins and minerals, it has become a dependable nutritive supplement.
    • Health care practitioners believed that red clover "purified" the blood by acting as a diuretic (helping the body get rid of excess fluid) and expectorant (helping clear lungs of mucous), improving circulation, and helping cleanse the liver. ( UMM Article Link )

    Burdock Root:

    • In traditional herbal texts, burdock root is described as a “blood purifier” or “alterative” and was believed to clear the bloodstream of toxins.
    • In the book; Prescription for Nutritional Healing by Phyllis A. Balch, CNC and James F. Balch, M.D. Burdock Root is described as a:
      • "powerful anti-oxidant, capable of scavenging hydrogen peroxide and superoxide radicals. It also showed a scavenging effect against hydroxyl."
      • They continue by stating that Burdock "aids elimination of excess fluid, uric acid and toxins."
    • Burdock is also traditionally used to promote healthy liver and gall bladder function.
  • Plantain:
    • During the fifteen hundreds and sixteen hundreds plantain was listed as one of the nine sacred herbs in the ancient Lacnunga, a collection of Anglo-Saxon medical texts.
      • It was used for health issues like bug bites, dog bites, flu's and fevers.
    • Plantain, referred to as “Life Medicine”, by the Native Americans. It is used as a medicinal plant is many diferent cultures because it is one of the most common plants in the world.
      • The Native Americans believed that it absorbed and removed toxins from the digestive tract.
    • Traditionally plantain is used for soothing irritated tissue.
      • The National Institute of Health published a study about Plantain: The study indicates the potential of unripe plantain in the management of renal (kidney) and liver complications.
    • The German Commission E (similar to the United States’ FDA) who regulates herbs and their medical use approved the internal use of plantain leaves to ease coughs and irritation of the mucous membrane which are associated with upper respiratory tract infections Approval of Plantain for Internal Use).
      • In the study the German Commission also found that plantain may strengthen the immune system.
  • Pau D' Arco:
    • Scientists have identified two active chemicals in pau d'arco. These chemicals are called naphthoquinones: lapachol and beta-lapachone. In lab tests, these chemicals killed some bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. They also have anti-inflammatory properties, and may be effective against diseases such as osteoarthritis. (Penn State Hershey Medical Center Article)
  • The studies sited above are for informational purposes only. They do not reflect or relate to the performance or purpose of any products that contain similar materials.

  • Black Walnut Hulls:
    • The black walnut (Juglans nigra) has been a nutritious addition to the diets of individuals since ancient times, from the Native American to Asian cultures.
    • One of the key active components of the black walnut hull is juglone.
    • According to the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, black walnut is effective against ringworm, tapeworm, pin or thread worm, and other parasites of the intestine. (RMIT University Study)
    • It’s been suggested that the biological activity of the black walnut hull is due to the naphthoquinone, juglone (5-hydroxy-1,4 naphthoquinone).
      • The antifungal activity of juglone has also been compared to other known antifungal agents, such as griseofulvin, clotrimazole, tolnaftate, triacetin, zinc undecylenate, selenium sulfide, liriodenine and liriodenine methionine.
      • Napthoquinine juglone has been of great clinical interest since these compounds exhibit strong activity as antibacterial and antifungal agents.
      • A series of 50 naphthoquinone derivatives was synthesized and evaluated for antibacterial and antifungal properties (Medical Chemical Research)
The studies sited above are for informational purposes only. They do not reflect or relate to the performance or purpose of any products that contain similar materials.

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Since ancient times people have felt that the blood and circulatory system can and should be purified from time to time. It used to be the custom to eat certain herbs every spring to purify and cleanse the circulatory system.
Blood cleansing or detoxification is a tradition that many cultures support. It is said that the free radicals and toxins that accumulate in the blood system can be filtered out with the use of certain herbs. The process is well known and used all over the world. Some cleanses are said to work by stimulating the filtering organs while others work by using ingredients that have an abundance of natural antioxidants.

What is a Blood Cleanse?

A blood cleanse is a detoxification process in which the body's filtration system is enhanced and the blood is, in a manner of speaking, renewed. Blood cleanses are designed to promote overall health and well being. 
To better explain a blood cleanse you could think of some other things that rely heavily on filters to keep everything performing in the best possible way. A car is a great comparison. The way it powers itself to move from point A to point B is to burn fuel as its energy source. In comparison people use food as their energy source. In a car the fuel has to be mixed with oxygen and then burned to produce the energy. People need oxygen as an addition to the food. It's used a little differently but still introduces some of the same issues as is does with the car. The fuel and the oxygen both have contaminants that need to be filtered out in order for the car's engine to perform at its best. The food we eat and the air that we breath both introduce contaminants that somehow have to be filtered or cleansed out. The cleansing process in a car is simple... just change the oil, oil filter and the air intake filter and presto... the car get's its cleanse. With people it's not possible to change the filter so we have to give them a good cleaning. A blood cleansing supplement is a great way to initiate those cleanses. Blood cleansing is a great way to detoxify all of the inner workings of the body.

What are the organs that filter toxins? 
Most people think that the kidney and the liver are the only filters used to detoxify the body. The truth is that there are six different detoxifying systems.
The first and most obvious are the kidney and the liver. Then the lymph system, the lungs, the colon and finally the skin round out the rest of the major filtration systems. Each of the toxic waste filters have their own function. Below I'll describe what each of the organs do.
  • Kidney
    • The major function of the kidneys is to remove waste products and excess fluid from the body. These waste products and excess fluid are removed through the urine. 
  • Liver
    • The liver's main job is to filter the toxins from the blood that comes from the digestive tract, before passing it to the rest of the body.
  • Lymph System
    • The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. The other primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body.
  • Lungs
    • The lungs and respiratory system allow oxygen in the air to be taken into the body, while also enabling the body to get rid of carbon dioxide in the air breathed out. Even if the air you breathe is dirty or polluted, your respiratory system filters out foreign matter and organisms that enter through the nose and mouth.
  • Colon
    • The colon is part of the large intestine, the final part of the digestive system. Its function is to reabsorb fluids and process waste products from the body and prepare for its elimination.
  • Skin
    • The skin is the biggest filter of all. It is a backup for the other detoxification organs. If toxins overload your colon or your liver can’t efficiently filter impurities coming from the digestive tract, your skin compensates by releasing toxins through the surface of the skin. The skin sweats them out in a manner of speaking. That detoxifying process might be smelled as body odor or seen skin rashes or even abscesses. Detoxifying might also appear as skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema, and rosacea. The skin is actually the largest organ that the body has and the elimination of toxic-overload is the job number one.
Why is it important to cleanse?
  • Virtually everyone needs it to some degree. We all come in contact with toxins every day. Toxins exist in foods, polluted air and contaminated water. Other contributors are bad habits like smoking or drinking alcoholic or sugary soft drinks.
  • Keep in mind that the purpose of the bloodstream, and the lymphatic system, is to carry oxygen and nourishment to the muscles, and organs in the body. Toxins in the bloodstream diminish that purpose. It is said that when there is more waste than is able to be filtered the waste just continues to circulate.
    • When the body absorbs too many toxins to completely filter, the bloodstream and lymphatic system can become polluted.The process of detoxifying becomes bogged down and the filtering organs have to work harder to keep up. Over time the overworked organs stop functioning as well as they could.

Whether you feel that you have toxins that need to be filtered out or just want to be preventative and healthy, there's value in detoxing or blood cleansing throughout your life. The liver, one of your body’s detoxifying organs, is constantly filtering blood to strip away any chemicals or toxins that may have ended up in your bloodstream. You can support your liver by using blood-cleansing herbs periodically throughout your life.


  • Smoke
  • Drink sugary soft drinks or alcoholic drinks
  • Eat food with preservatives
  • Live in a large city with unhealthy air polutants
  • Work around toxic chemicals on a daily basis

You should probably consider a blood cleanse!


    • Echinacea Angustifolia (root), Red Clover (blossoms), Plantain (herb), Chaparral (leaf), Sage Brush (leaf), Blue Flag (root), Pau D' Arco (bark), Oak (bark), Dandelion (herb), Burdock (root), Sheep Sorrel (herb), Cascara Sagrada (bark), Turkey Rhubarb (root), Black Walnut (hulls), Clove (buds), Blue Violet (herb), Yellow Dock (root), Aloe (leaf), Celandine (herb), Calendula (flower), Poke (root), Buckthorn (bark), Oregon Grape (root), Sassafras (bark), Sarsaparilla (root)
    • Red Clover (tops), Chaparral (herb), Licorice (root), Stillingia (root), Prickly Ash (bark), Burdock (root), Poke (root), Oregon Grape (root), Buckthorn (bark)
    • Burdock (root), Cascara Sagrada (bark), Red Clover (tops), Plantain (leaf), Chaparral (herb), Red Raspberry (leaf), Buckthorn (bark), Marshmallow (root), Calendula (flower), Aloe (herb), Licorice (root)
    • Burdock (root), Pau D' Arco (bark), Cleavers (herb), Licorice (root), Slippery Elm (bark), Black Walnut (hulls), Buckthorn (bark), Calendula (flowers), Turkey Rhubarb (root), Canaigre (herb), Aloe (herb)


  • This package is designed to be a long term complete cleanse. Take all 4 of the Blood Cleansers 1 bottle at a time until you have completely consumed all 4 bottles. Each bottle will take just over two weeks to consume. This Systemic Detox should last nine to ten weeks and should be repeated annually or semi-annually.
    • Take 3 capsules twice a day or 2 capsules three times a day. Take until all product from both bottles have been consumed.
    • Take 3 capsules twice a day or 2 capsules three times a day till gone.
    • Take 3 capsules twice a day or 2 capsules three times a day till gone.
    • Take 3 capsules twice a day or 2 capsules three times a day. Till gone. This is the final step of our four phase cleansing series.

What's included

  • 2 Bottles of Grandma's Herbs PHASE I BLOOD CLEANSER
    • 100 Capsules - 490 mg.
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs PHASE II BLOOD CLEANSER
    • 100 Capsules - 450 mg.
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs PHASE III BLOOD CLEANSER
    • 100 Capsules - 460 mg.
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs PHASE IV BLOOD CLEANSER
    • 100 Capsules - 480 mg.


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