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Ayurvedic Herbs for Detoxification

See also: Dashmool


Ayur Blood Elixir, 4 oz.

Blood cleansing is a very important part of health since the quality of the blood determines the ability to provide nutrients needed by every cell in the body. The main herb in the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia used for cleansing the blood is manjistha, a deeply red root that has exquisite properties, enabling it to remove excess pitta without side effects. Since blood circulates throughout the body, the action is systemic and improvements in complexion, liver health, kidney function, and stamina should occur. To manjistha, Indian sarsaparilla has been added as an additional support for the lymphatic system, hibiscus for the heart, guduchi for detoxification, and ashwagandha for neuroregeneration and strength. This elixir is also rich in antioxidants, and being composed of some of the world"s best rasayana herbs, it aids regeneration and rejuvenation.

Ingredients: Proprietary blend of Manjistha Root, Rubia cordifolia, Anantamool Root, Hemidesmus indicus, Hibiscus Flower, Hibiscus sabdariffa, Guduchi Stem, Tinospora corifolia, Ashwagandha Root, Withania somnifera, and Jaggery in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Bael Fruit Extract, 2 oz.

Aegle marmelos is known by many names: bael, bilva, Bengal quince, stone apple because of its rind which is woody and hard. The fruit takes almost a year to ripen and can range in size from about two inches to even a bit larger than a grapefruit. It is native to India but can be found in most of Asia. In the Rig Veda, the tree is said to be the home of Lakshimi. The tree itself is regarded as a goddess and is thus sacred to many Hindus, especially those worshipping Lord Shiva who is believed to live under the tree.

The tree has some unique properties and is said to be a climate purifier because it transforms chemical toxins and airborne gases into harmless substances.

Bael fruit is eaten fresh or dried and then rehydrated to make various exotic and refreshing beverages, jams, sweets, and sharbat-type ices. Perhaps, the best known recipe for bael fruit is bel murrabba, a sort of marmelade. Though rich in vitamins and minerals, the fruit should not be consumed in excess but rather as an occasional treat. Nearly all parts of the trees are also used medicinally and have benefits for the pancreas, digestion and elimination, and respiration.

Bael fruit is also a component of the famous dashmool recipe which has equal parts of ten different herbs. It is especially good for detoxifying the lower intestine.

Ingredients: 1:4 Extract of organically grown Aegle marmelos Fruit in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Dashamula, Cut, organic, half pound

Ingredients: Bilva root (Aegle marmelos), Agnimantha root (Premna integrifolia), Shyonaka root (Oroxylum indicum), Patala root (Stereospermym suaveolens), Kashmari root (Gmelina arborea), Bruhati root (Solanum indicum), Kantakari root (Solanum xanthocarpum), Shalaparni root (Desmodium gangeticum), Prushniparni root (Uraria picta), Gokshura root (Tribulus terrestris).

Banyan Botanicals,
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Haritaki Extract, 2 oz.

Haritaki is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine and the most revered in Tibetan medicine. It is a parasiticide (intestinal worms) and one of herbs used in preparation for kaya kalpa, Ayurvedic rejuvenative therapy. It is a fruit and one of the three ingredients in triphala. It is the most purgative of the three fruits. It pacifies vata and helps to remove toxins, normalize lipids, and rebuild blood.

30 drops in a small amount of water, 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: 1:4 extract of organically grown Terminalia chebula fruit in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Kalmegh Extract, 2 oz.

This intensely bitter herb promotes healthy flow of bile and respiratory comfort. It clears the throat, head, and lungs while simultaneously boosting immunity. Though sometimes considered a liver herb, it is also regarded as an immune herb, but studies suggest it is highly specific for both typhoid and fungal infections. There is a lot of research on this herb, everything from antivenoms to immune deficiency conditions.

30 drops in a small amount of water, 2 to 3 times daily, or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: extract of Andrographis paniculata aerial parts in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Liver Tune Up, 4 oz.

Most liver cleansing formulas are very bitter and cold, but this one has some warming herbs to help digestion and promote detoxification simultaneously. It is intended for relatively long-term use, at least two months but those who have been exposed to more liver insults may find that they want to continue for 4-6 months or even a year.

Ingredients: proprietary blend of Milk Thistle seeds, Ginger root, Dandelion root, Yellow Gentian root, Fennel seed, Licorice root, Turmeric root, Bupleurum root in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Neem Extract, 2 oz.

Neem is regarded as a potent detoxifier. It has antimicrobial and antifungal effects as well as blood sugar lowering properties. It is also antiparasitic, clearing both the larva and ova.

15 drops 2 times a day or as directed by your health care provider. Shake well before using.

Ingredients: 1.5 extract of organically grown Azadirachta indica leaf in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Organic Neem Tablets

Neem, 90 tablets

Neem is an exceedingly detoxifying herb that is especially valuable in removing excess pitta and kapha. It is very bitter and cooling. Vata types can combine neem with some warming herbs to offset its cooling effects. Neem is used to purify the blood, cleanse the liver, and boost immunity.

Ingredients: Neem leaf, Azadirachta indica*.

Banyan Botanicals,
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Simhanad Guggulu

Simhanad Guggulu, 90 tablets

Traditional Ayurveda formula for kapha imbalances. This formula supports ease of movement by aiding in the removal of toxins from the joints

Ingredients: Guggulu resin, Commiphora mukul; Amalaki fruit, Emblica officinalis; Bibhitaki fruit, Terminalia belerica; Haritaki fruit, Terminalia chebula; Gandhak, Castor oil, Ricinus communis; reduced iron.

Banyan Botanicals,
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Stone Breaker Extract, 2 oz.

Phyllanthus amarus in known in South America as "chanca piedra" or breaker of stones. There, it is used mainly for kidney stones but also for gall stones and many other disorders ranging from malaria to liver cancer. In Ayurvedic medicine Phyllanthus amarus is known as bhumi amalaki. It is revered as a major detoxifying and liver rejuvenative herb. It is recommended that it be used in small amounts over a long period of time. Modern studies support traditional uses and suggest that Phyllanthus amarus prevents mutation of liver cells when exposed to carcinogens.

Ingredients: Phyllanthus amarus leaf extract, 1:3, in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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ToxiFree, 2 oz.

This formula uses Ayurvedic herbs with a long-time history of usefulness in everything from detoxifying snake venoms to severe chemical toxicity. It supports the eliminatory channels as well as the heart, liver, and lymphatic system so as to make for smooth excretion of chemical toxins. We suggest starting with very small doses and working up to larger doses. Depending on the starting point, most people will want to use this for at least two months and perhaps much longer.

Ingredients: Anantamool, Hemidesmus indicus, Guduchi, Tinospora cordifolia, Haritaki, Terminalia chebula, Kachur, Curcuma zedoaria, Licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Manjishta, Rubia cordifolia, Turmeric, Curcuma longa, Galangal, Alpinia galangal, Kutki, Picrorhiza kurroa, Organic Alcohol, Vegetable Glycerin, and Essential Oil of Lemon.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Triphala, 2 oz.

Triphala is a combination of three tropical fruits and is one of the oldest and most revered Ayurvedic formulas. It is a rasayana formula, meaning it is deemed to have rejuvenative properties. It is cleansing, dosha balancing, and stimulating both to digestion and elimination. It is a superb antioxidant and has some antiparasitic as well as cardioprotective properties. It removes mucus, ama, and harmonizes blood sugar, cholesterol, and metabolic functioning.

Ingredients: Proprietary Blend: Amalaki Fruit (Emblica officianalis, Haritaki Fruit (Terminalia chebula), and Bibhitaki Fruit (Terminalia belirica) in Organic Alcohol, Distilled Water, and Vegetable Glycerin.

Sacred Medicine Sanctuary,
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Triphala, Blend of 3 Tropical Fruits for Intestinal and Arterial Cleansing

Triphala, 90 tablets

Triphala contains three tropical fruits used to regulate and regenerate the lower intestine. Triphala is probably the best selling Ayurvedic formula in the world. It is not a laxative or purgative but rather a support to deeper assimilation and elimination. It is balancing for all doshas.

Ingredients: standardized extracts of Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula, Emblica officinalis, Cassia angustifolia.

*Certified organically grown

Banyan Botanicals,
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Yogaraj Guggulu

Yogaraj Guggulu, 90 tablets

Yogaraj Guggulu is a traditional formula for reducing vata. It is often used to ease problems involving the muscles and joints, especially where there are spasms, tremors, dryness, and sensitivity to cold. This formula aids removal of toxins from the neuromuscular system and joints.

Ingredients: Guggulu resin, Commiphora mukul; Musta, Cyperus rotundus; Chitrak, Plumbago zeylanica; Amalaki fruit, Emblica officinalis; Bibhitaki fruit, Terminalia belerica; Haritaki fruit, Terminalia chebula; Pippali fruit and root, Piper longum; Ajowan, Carum copticum; Vidanga herb, Embelia ribes; Gokshura root, Tribulus terrestris; Black Cumin seed, Nigella sativa; Ajamoda, Trachysspermum ammi; Cumin seed, Cuminum cyminum; Deodara herb, Cedrus deodara; Chavya, Piper cubeba; Cardamom seed, Elettaria cardamomum; Rasna herb, Pluchea lanceolata; rock salt, Coriander Seed, Coriandrum sativam; Ginger root, Zingiber officinale; Black Pepper fruit, Piper nigrum; Cinnamon bark, Cinnamomum zeylanica; Ushira, Vetiveria zizanoides; Yavakshar, Hordeum Vulgare; Talispatra leaf, Abbies webbiana; Tejpatra, Cinnamomum tamala.

Banyan Botanicals,
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