Cleansing the intestines from toxic metabolic products;
Introduces radionuclides, salts of heavy metals and metabolic products;
Eliminates harmful substances (toxins, poisons) accumulated in the body;
Improves liver and kidney function;
Restores the acid-base balance of the body.
Pregnancy, lactation period
No.35 Ya Ra Bai (Intestine Function Normalization) - take 1-3 capsules before bedtime (at night), course 15 days.
After completing course No.35:
No.26 Luk Tai Bai (Liver Treatment) - take 2 capsules 3 times a day after meals, course 15 days.
After completing course No.26:
No.37 Rang Jued (Anti-Poison Medication) - Remedy for poisoning and toxic effects - take 2 capsules 3 times a day after meals, course 15 days.
- Phyllanthus Amarus Phyllanthus bitter, Bhumyaamlaki, Bhumiamla (Skt.) - A perennial plant, a relative of the euphorbia belonging to the genus Phyllanthus of the Phyllanthaceae family. Phyllanthus amarus is a traditional Ayurvedic herb used in southern India and later in Southeast Asia to treat jaundice and many complex diseases.
The spectrum of useful functions of this plant is huge: it has a choleretic and hepatoprotective effect, it is used to treat hepatitis and other liver diseases, including anemia, jaundice and liver cancer, many types of biliary and genitourinary problems, including kidney and gallbladder stones, a good helper for colds. tuberculosis, flu and other viral infections; used in the treatment of inflammatory diseases of internal organs such as cystitis, prostatitis, sexually transmitted diseases and urinary tract infections, to prevent atherosclerosis and diabetes mellitus, used in the treatment of skin diseases.
Research has shown that the active ingredients (phyllanthin and hypophyllanthin) help in the treatment and recovery of the liver by enhancing the regeneration of hepatocytes. The plant has a pronounced choleretic and hepatoprotective effect, which in turn normalizes the level of total cholesterol.
- Ya Ra Bai: A traditional Thai herbal with Cassia Senna, Garcinia Cambodia, and Black Pepper ...
Cassia Senna: Cassia narrow-leaved, Alexandrian cassia (Alexandrian leaf), Senna is a species of dwarf shrubs of the Senna genus of the Legume family (Fabaceae). The countries of origin are China and India, but for a long time the plant, due to its unpretentiousness, has spread throughout the world in countries with subtropical and tropical climates, especially in arid areas.
In folk medicine of different countries, the main property of Cassia angustifolia has always been especially prominent - its effect on the activity of the gastrointestinal tract. The extract from its leaves is currently included in many drugs in modern medicine. The main active ingredients - glycosides increase gastric secretion and intestinal motility, produce a laxative effect.
The normalization of the intestines, as a result, leads to a general improvement in well-being and an increase in the vitality of the body.
Often there are recipes for traditional medicine that use Cassia angustifolia as a means to combat obesity and obesity. In this case, the effect is associated with the laxative and cleansing properties of Cassia angustifolia. In addition to losing weight, senna is used as part of complex preparations for cleansing the body ..
- Thunbergia Laurifolia, Thunbergia laurel, blue sky vine, Kar Tuau (Malaysia), Rang Jued (Thailand) is a plant of the Asteraceae family. Native to India, also native to Southeast Asia. The plant is often used as an ornamental plant, that is, to decorate territories. The medicinal properties of Thunbergia laurel were discovered long ago and found wide application in folk medicine in many Asian countries.
In Thailand, crushed leaves of Tunbergia laurel were used as an antipyretic and detoxifying agent for acute poisoning and intoxication of the body with plant poisons, animal poisons, poisonous mushrooms and other chemicals. Extracts and decoctions were also used in complex therapy, protecting the liver and helping the body get rid of poisons. The active components react with toxic substances, blocking them and preventing contact with the cells of the body.
Modern science has established that Thunbergia decoctions and extracts improve metabolic processes in the liver, increase the liver's ability to detoxify, remove heavy metals. Teas and decoctions from the plant are indicated for people with diseases of the liver and gallbladder. The hepatoprotective property of Thunbergia allows it to be used in conjunction with the intake of potent drugs to protect liver cells from excessive stress.
Tunbergia laurel-leaved has the properties to cleanse the body of poisons formed during smoking, alcohol and drugs. This plant is the most popular folk remedy for alcohol addiction. In modern medicine, these properties of the plant help not only to relieve hangover syndrome, but are also used to comprehensively combat alcohol, tobacco and drug addiction.