We have combined the detoxification abilities of CZ with Thorvin© Kelp, which is long known as the premier kelp in the world. Sourced from the cold North Atlantic Ocean. Each batch is tested for radioactive contamination. This problem is not well known, but most of the kelp on the planet is contaminated with radioactivity. The benefits of kelp are well known for a rich abundance of iodine that can support the thyroid. Thorvin© Kelp contains a complex array of bioavailable minerals, vitamins, and beneficial phytonutrients. Which are important for healthy metabolic function including digestion, skin, coat, and immune response. Thorvin© Kelp works by filling in micronutrient deficiencies and balancing minerals. It is the only kelp supplement with a guaranteed selenium claim. This super cleanse combination has shown to be a powerhouse of nutrition to satisfy trace mineral deficiencies and eliminate toxins on a daily basis.
So when you are walking in any store that sells Round Up (glyphosate) you may want to consider that this store is participating in a giant experiment and perhaps these findings from Kulik et al (2014) will not alarm you...they terrify us.
MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF THE LIVER, KIDNEYS, AND ADRENAL
GLANDS OF EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS AFTER LONG TERM FEEDING WITH
ROUNDUP READY GENETICALLY MODIFIED SOYA
Summary. For 485 days, pigs were fed 15-20% raw protein from thermally treated roundup ready GM soya. This resulted in the development of protein dystrophy of the kidneys and liver, which testifies to the reduction of adaptive opportunities of the organs. The most expressed declines from the norm were in the adrenal glands, which had considerable edema
with discomplexation of the cells and dystrophy and atrophy of endocrine cells of all areas of the cortex, a criterion of functional exhaustion. By Dr. Howard Fisher
Directions for use:
Administer orally, once per day. 1 scoop per average size horse. Mix with a small amount of oil, water or apple cider vinegar in grain or regular feed.
In order to preserve freshness, keep closed in a cool, dry place and avoid excessive heat. This product is not intended to cure or treat major disease, illness, or injury and is not a substitute for regular veterinary care. Not for human consumption
Cautions: Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. Not intended for animals under 12 weeks of age. If animals condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian.
Warnings: For animal use only. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. Do not use if animal is allergic or sensitive to any ingredients. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health care professional immediately.
I suspected my gray TB had internal melanoma tumors which were causing his hind left leg to give out periodically when moving at the trot or canter. He has been on the cleanse for about 3 weeks, and his countenance has changed from grouchy to relaxed, his movement has changed from tight and periodically unstable to more fluid and relaxed. He says the toxins are releasing without his body staying swollen after the releases. He also says he is releasing emotionally, physically and spiritually all at once. His hips and legs do not ache nearly as much as before. Visually, his movement at the trot is more effortless and at the canter appears more stable.
My horse is extremely sensitive to taste, so I started him with a larger helping of grain and a very small portion of the cleanse, increasing after about a week so he could get used to it. As soon as he began cleaning up his bowl, I increased toward the full scoop, and the taste has not been a problem.
I am ordering the Cleanse for my other gray TB who is covered in melanomas and will keep the first horse on the cleanse for at least another month for right now. Highly impressed with the subtlety and efficiency of this wonderful product. Thank you so much!
Thanks for your outstanding review on Super Cleanse, Gwen!
Our team appreciates you taking the time to share this.
Had a bit of trouble with getting horse to eat it. He smelled it with just water, apple cider vinegar, and even apple sauce. Finally put it in some beet pulp with oil and he ate it up. I think it is helping his hives, but they keep popping up intermittently and too many variables to pin down. I did feed this in the evenings and he seemed better in the mornings, so I think it helped.
Thank you Gail for review and feedback. We'll be in touch via email.