Traditionally used as an herbal laxative by various Native American Indian tribes.
Widely used to encourage proper bowel movements due to its reputed stimulating properties.
Cultivated as a medicinal plant in China as early as 2700 BC, it has traditionally been used for its reputed laxative and purgative properties.
Used in traditional herbal medicine for poor digestion, it has been used as a laxative and cleanser for proper intestinal health.
Has a long, well-established history supporting healthy digestion and proper bowel movements.
Contains alkaloids which have been studied for their potential ability to help support healthy bacteria balance in the gut. It has also been used to help with regularity and cleansing of impurities.
Is rich in many compounds known for their ability to cleanse and calm. Studies suggest the herb’s laxative and diuretic properties may help stimulate the secretion of water.
Has been traditionally used for digestive support.
Works to coat and soothe, and has been widely used to support proper stomach and digestive health.
Is a shelf-stable, spore probiotic. Spore-forming probiotics are unique in that they aren’t “activated” until they hit the stomach. Once there, the pH helps to allow the spores to start forming as they move into the intestinal tract where the living bacteria is thought to multiply rapidly to help maintain normal gut flora and support healthy immune function.