Experience helps the body to cleanse and regulate itself to help with the digestive process. A healthy colon is the key to better metabolism, nutrient absorption, regularity, and is essential to successful weight management.
Ingredients Experience contains a proprietary blend of psyllium seed husk (Plantago ovata Forsk.), King Solomon seed (Polygonatum multiflorum (Walt.) Ell.), rhubarb root (Rheum officinale Baill.), fennel seed (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.),cornsilk (Zea mays L.) and kelp (Fucus vesiculosu L.) (entire plant).
Cornsilk has long been known as a healing plant for urinary mucous membranes and as a cleansing diuretic. Cornsilk tea has a soothing effect on kidney, bladder and urinary.
Fennel has its roots in history. As one of the oldest cultivated plants, Fennel was much valued by the Romans. The Roman warriors took fennel to keep in good health, while the Roman ladies ate it to retain their girlish figures. As far back as 812 a.d., Charlemagne declared that fennel was essential in every imperial garden. Today, the list of benefits of fennel continues to grow. It is used as a way to take away the appetite as well as a sedative for small children. Fennel improved digestion and is helpful with coughs.
Best known as seaweed, Kelp is used to strengthen and promote the glands. Kelp has a controlling effect on the thyroid gland, and regulates metabolism. Containing over 30 minerals and vitamins, Kelp is a sustainer to the nervous system and the brain. Additionally, kelp is of tremendous benefit for a pregnant mother-to-be and the developing child.
King Solomon's Seed is more commonly known as Common Solomon's Seal. This rarely studied herb has been used by herbalist for a variety of ailments including, tuberculosis, diabetes and wasting diseases. It is also used for piles, tumors, women's disorders and kidney problems.
For centuries, traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic physicians have used psyllium to treat diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, and urinary problems. The ground-up seeds, rich in fiber, make a safe, gentle, bulk-forming laxative and are the active ingredient in many commercial laxative products.
Rhubarb originated in China, where it was known as da huang, meaning "Big Yellow" almost 2,000 years ago. Its use spread throughout India, arriving in Europe just in time for the Renaissance. Rhubarb became a favorite for cooking and eating among citizens, and a favorite remedy with early Persian and Arabian physicians. Rhubarb is still a favorite among both citizens and physicians. Rhubarb pie is an American classic. While physicians in both the east and the west recognize the root's purgative,and liver cleanser properties. When combined with mint or fennel, rhubarb is also helpful in relieving cramping.