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Colon cleansing, also called detoxification, is our body’s normal process of internal cleansing. The most obvious forms of colon cleansing are bowel movements. Despite the fact that we are colon cleaning continuously, our bodies have difficulty keeping up with the demand because we accumulate an unnatural amount of toxins daily. Because of this, toxins collect within our system and negative symptoms arise. Common symptoms include constipation, lack of energy, lack of motivation, gas & bloating, etc. All of this may be greatly reduced by the use of Advanced Body Cleanser.

Key Benefits of taking Advanced Body Cleanser :

Body Cleanser
  • Detoxify the body
  • Reduce constipation
  • Naturally clean the system
  • Enhance overall health
  • Increase energy levels

Advanced Body Cleanser is a researched based and proprietary formula of the finest and scientific-chosen herbs, minerals, and vitamins for their natural effectiveness and purity to bring you real solutions.

Advanced Body Cleanser has proven itself to us to be the most effective natural formula that we have ever found. All the ingredients are scientific-chosen 100% naturals in composition and purity…making Advanced Body Cleanser truly unparalleled in its potency and effectiveness.


Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 50

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Cascara Sagrada



Senna Leaf



Cinnamon Bark












*Daily Value Not Established


Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin (capsules)
This product contains no yeast, wheat, corn, dairy, soy, or glutens.


    • Take 2 capsules 2 times per day.
    • Store in a cool and dry place.
    • Do not exceed more than 4 capsules in one day.
    • This product has a 3 year shelf life.


Each year the average American consumes 150 lbs of sugar and 566 cans of soft drinks (“liquid candy”).According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, that is equal to “52 teaspoonfuls of added sugars per person per day.” Can you imagine yourself sitting at the kitchen table gobbling down 52 teaspoons of white sugar – every single day? Well, that’s exactly what most of us are doing without even realizing it!

Junk food consumption has increased drastically in the last few decades. Compared to 1981, in 2001 the average. American consumed in one year: 45 large bags of potato chips – up 78%; 120 orders of French fries – up 130%; 190 candy bars – up 80%; 120 pastries or desserts – up 95%; 150 slices of pizza – up 143%.

What long-term effects may we expect from such progressive dietary degeneration? A shocking movie called “Super Size Me” documents precisely what physical and psychological changes take place when one consumes too much junk food. Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock decided to become a human guinea pig by eating three meals a day for 30 days at McDonald’s. The film centers around the impact this had on his health and life. As reported by the New York Post on January 22, 2004.: “Scores of cheeseburgers, hundreds of fries and dozens of chocolate shakes later, the formerly strapping 6-foot-2 New Yorker – who started out at a healthy 185 pounds – had packed on 25 pounds. But his supersized shape was the least of his problems. Within a few days of beginning his drive-through diet, Spurlock, 33, was vomiting out the window of his car, and doctors who examined him were shocked at how rapidly Spurlock’s entire body deteriorated.”

“It was really crazy – my body basically fell apart over the course of 30 days,’ Spurlock told The Post. His liver became toxic, his cholesterol shot up from a low 165 to 230, his libido flagged and he suffered headaches and depression.” Junk foods and soft drinks contain dangerous additives, chemicals, and many are laced with excitotoxins such as MSG and aspartame. Excitotoxins are substances added to foods and beverages that literally stimulate neurons to death, causing brain damage of varying degrees.No one’s put it better than nutritionist Carol Simontacchi, in her best-selling book The Crazy Makers: “Food industries wantonly destroy our bodies and our brains, all in the name of profit.”

Our health has become a victim of someone else’s profit margin. No wonder nearly half of the U.S. population has at least one chronic condition, and 60 million have more than one. Our modern unhealthy diet and lifestyle will first have a devastating effect on the colon, before damaging other organs. This is where the saying “death begins in the colon” comes from. Understanding that our quality of life is determined by our daily choices, we have the power to improve our health and well-being quickly and dramatically. Good nutrition is a key factor, but our health depends not only on what nutrients we eat, but how much of those nutrients are absorbed and how well and regularly the body’s waste products are eliminated.

“Through my 25 years in medical practice and health care…I have come to believe that the cleansing/detoxification process is the missing link in Western nutrition and one of the keys to real healing. I have seen hundreds of patients over the years transform regular or persistent illness into health and greatly improved vitality.” – Elson M. Haas, M.D. founder and medical director of the Preventive Medical Center of Marin and author of several popular health books. With the proper use of cleansing and detoxification we can maintain health and vitality, even as we age.

Any cleansing program should begin in the colon, the last portion of the digestive system. The colon’s job is to compact the chime, absorb water, and receive B-vitamins that are produced by healthy intestinal bacteria. One of the most renowned nutrition experts in the world, Dr. Bernard Jensen, D.C., Ph.D., author of many popular health books, states: “In the 50 years I’ve spent helping people to overcome illness, disability and disease, it has become crystal clear that poor bowel management lies at the root of most people’s health problems. In treating over 300,000 patients, it is the bowel that invariably has to be cared for first before any effective healing can take place.”

We could actually compare the function of the colon in our bodies to a sewer system in a large city. Just imagine for a second what would happen if the sewers in our area became clogged by some debris. Undoubtedly, within a short time the whole neighborhood would be filled with filth and an unbearable stench. This is the same process that occurs in our bodies when the elimination system is not functioning properly. When the colon is clean and healthy, we experience an overall well-being. When it is congested with stagnant waste, poisons back up into the system and pollute the inner environment. This is called autointoxication or self-poisoning. In her best-selling book, Internal Cleansing, Dr. Linda Berry, a chiropractor and clinical nutritionist, summarizes the symptoms of self-poisoning.

“If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may be experiencing autointoxication (a process whereby you are poisoned by substances produced by your own body as a result of inadequate digestion and elimination), and therefore you might want to consider some type of internal cleansing program:

  • Allergy or intolerance to certain foods
  • Bad breath and foul-smelling gas and stools
  • Constipation, diarrhea, sluggish elimination
  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Frequent congestion, colds, viruses
  • Flatulence or gas and frequent intestinal disorders
  • Frequent headaches for no apparent reason
  • General aches and pains that migrate from one place to another
  • Intolerance to fatty foods
  • Low energy; loss of vitality for no apparent reason
  • Lower back pain
  • Lowered resistance to infections
  • Needing to sleep a long time
  • Pain in your liver or gall bladder
  • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS), breast soreness, vaginal infections
  • Skin – problems, rashes, boils, pimples, acne

If you have severe symptoms or any serious disorders, seek the attention of a competent health care provider. The above list is only meant to indicate some of the symptoms of autointoxication. Anyone who has been on a Standard American Diet for more than two years would benefit from periodic cleansing, especially if you live in an urban area.” Every cell of our body is affected by self-poisoning. When the toxins accumulate in the nervous system, we feel irritable and depressed. We feel weak if they back up into the heart, bloated if they reach the stomach and our breath is foul if they reach the lungs. If the poisons try to escape through our skin, rashes and blotches develop, or we look pale and our skin appears wrinkly. If the toxins make it to the glands, we feel fatigued, lethargic, and our sex drive may cease and we appear to look much older than our actual age.


Constipation is commonly defined as a condition where the fecal matter is so tightly packed together that bowel movements are infrequent and incomplete, causing much difficulty and straining, and producing dry, hardened feces. The accumulation of this old, hardened feces sticks to the walls of the colon, inhibiting its proper function of absorbing the remaining nutrients. Instead it is forced to absorb the toxins from the build-up and fight the parasites that make this debris their breeding ground. The passage through which the feces are forced to travel is also greatly reduced in diameter so the stools become much narrower, even as thin as a pencil sometimes. In our society, bowel movements of the chronically constipated may be looked upon as normal. But going to the bathroom once every few days, sitting there straining for half an hour and passing black, hard pebbles that drop to the bottom is not only abnormal, it is also serious trouble waiting to happen.


When we start using an effective cleansing supplement, we can expect some startling occurrences within a few days. The supplement goes to work immediately by loosening the hardened feces on the walls of the large intestine and gradually sweeping it out of the body. If we are not repulsed to look at what’s leaving our body, we’ll be surprised to see a lot of mucus and all the different colors of debris. It’s hard to believe that all these things could actually be lurking inside us. What’s even more shocking is that among the different colors and shapes people often notice various forms of parasites.


This is unfortunately a lot more frequent than most would like to believe. According to United Nations data: “Overall, about 1.5 billion people have roundworms, making it the third most common human infection in the world. Whipworm infects 1 billion people… More than 1.3 billion people carry hookworm in their gut, and 265 million people are infected with schistosomes.” It is true that most of these infections occur in developing countries, but the rate of parasitic-related disorders in North America is skyrocketing. An astounding number of people would test positive for parasites. This is from the Parasitology Department of the University of Cambridge, England: “Pinworm… An extremely common nematode infection, particularly in temperate areas such as Western Europe and North America… It has been estimated that the annual incidence of infection is over 200 million, this probably being a conservative figure. Samples of Caucasian children in the USA and Canada have shown incidences of infection of 30% to 80%, with similar levels in Europe.”

Humans can actually play host to more than a hundred different types of parasites, ranging from microscopic ones to tapeworms that are several feet long. Contrary to popular belief, parasites are not restricted to our colon alone, but can be found in any other part of the body – in the lungs, the liver, in the muscles and joints, in the esophagus, the brain, the blood, the skin and even in the eyes! “Parasites are the missing diagnosis in the genesis of many chronic health problems, including diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and endocrine system. Most individuals would be truly amazed if they knew the extraordinarily high number of Americans who are unknowingly infected by parasites…” – Dr. Hermann R. Bueno, Fellow of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene of London. It is extremely easy to come in contact with parasites. Contaminated water, undercooked meats, and improperly washed fruits and vegetables are just some of the common sources of infections. Transmission from pets or other infected persons is also quite common. Overuse of antibiotics further adds to this problem as this can interfere with normal intestinal flora and lower the body’s resistance.


There’s an important added benefit to internal cleansing that level drops and we’re simply not strong enough to start burning off stored fat through exercise or other means. An internal cleansing program can help restore balance in the body and increase the metabolism, reactivating the body’s fat-burning mechanism. Plus, after a thorough detoxification program, you’ll find yourself much more inclined to make healthier dietary and lifestyle choices. Through a detoxified system, improved digestion, balanced metabolism and a healthier diet you will have no trouble maintaining a healthy weight.


High energy and weight loss are just some of the many benefits you can achieve through a comprehensive cleansing program. In her excellent book, “The Detox Solution – The Missing Link to Radiant Health, Abundant Energy, Ideal Weight, and Peace of Mind”, nutritionist Dr. Patricia Fitzgerald lists the following added benefits of an effective detoxification program:

  • The prevention of illness
  • An improvement in physical appearance
  • A boost in emotional well-being
  • A sharpening of mental capabilities
  • An enhancement in digestion
  • The elimination of unhealthy food addictions & allergies
  • The attainment of ideal weight
  • A minimizing of the effects of aging
  • Spiritual renewal




Cascara sagrada has a long history of traditional use by native Americans. Cascara sagrada contains compounds called anthroquinones, which are responsible for cascara’s powerful laxative effects. Anthraquinones trigger contractions in the colon called peristalsis, which causes the urge to have a bowel movement. Today, it is one of the most common herbal laxatives. In addition to being a powerful laxative, cascara is also believed to improve the muscle tone of the colon walls. Cascara sagrada is a medicinal plant whose bark is used primarily for relief from constipation. It is a deciduous shrub or small tree with many upright branches. Traditionally it has been used as a folk remedy for chronic constipation, dyspepsia, as a tonic for the bowels, and a treatment for liver and gallbladder problems.

It should be noted that except in usage for constipation, none of these traditional applications have been clinically validated. Cascara sagrada is originally indigenous to North America. Today it is grown worldwide and cultivated primarily on the pacific coast of Canada and North America as well as in East Africa. The harvested bark must be aged for one year or heat-treated prior to use. It can be found growing naturally in the moist soils under coniferous forests or the sides of roads from Canada to the Rocky Mountains of Montana and also in California. It can reach heights of 6 to 28 m.

Its bark is thinly fissured and gray. The leaves are oblong to ovate, and the margins are finely dentate. Leaves are usually dark green. The flowers, which grow in the leaf axils, are small greenish/white and bell shaped with sepals larger than the petals. It produces small, dark purple, rounded berries with ovate, black seeds. Generally, Cascara Sagrada is thought to influence the motility of the colon, inhibition of stationary and stimulation of propulsive contractions. It also stimulates active chloride secretions, increases water and electrolyte content, and stimulates peristalsis.



Senna is a smallish, stubby shrub with an erect, smooth, pale green stem and long, spreading branches, bearing lanceolate leaflets and small yellow flowers; and depending upon the geographic location, the plant may grow anywhere from two to six feet. It is a native of Africa, the Middle East (particularly Egypt and Sudan) and India, and it was first brought into medicinal use by the ninth-century Arabian physicians, Serapion and Sesue, who gave it its Arabic name and employed it as a purgative.

The Cassia acutifolia plant (also called Senna alexandrina or Cassia senna) was exported from Egypt, via Cairo and the Red Sea, and Cassia angustifolia from India, via Madras; and by 1640, Senna was cultivated and being utilized in England for its cathartic properties.The herb was officially listed in both the British Pharmacopoeia and the United States Pharmacopoeia, and the herb is one of the few herbal medicines approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration for over-the- counter use and may be one of the most widely used herbal medicines in the United States. In the United States, Senna leaf, fruit and extract are used in over-the-counter laxatives. In Germany, Senna leaf, Alexandrian Senna pod, and Tinnevelly Senna pod are licensed as standard medicinal teas available only in a pharmacy, official in the German Pharmacopoeia, and approved in the Commission E monographs.

They are used alone and in more than 110 prepared drugs; mostly laxatives and biliary remedies. The plant is well distributed throughout the world as an annual or perennial, depending upon its geographic location, and the herb encompasses many species within the genus, Cassia. All are virtually used interchangeably in herbal medicine. Some of the constituents in Senna leaves include anthraquinone compounds, including dianthrone glycosides, sennosides (aloe-emodin derivatives), flavonoids, naphthalene glycosides, mucilage, tannin, resin and beta-sitosterol. Senna is an effective and potent purgative with its action being chiefly on the lower bowel.

The anthraquinones stimulate the bowel and increase the peristaltic movements of the colon by its local action upon the intestinal wall, leading to evacuation in approximately ten hours. The herb has been recommended for people who require a soft, easily-passed stool, especially when following rectal surgery or preparing for a colonoscopy). This active purgative principle (a glycoside) was discovered in 1866. As a vermifuge, Senna has been used to destroy and expel worms and parasites from the intestinal tract, possibly due to the herb’s powerful laxative action. By cleansing the colon, Senna may have positive results in improving skin afflictions (pimples, acne, etc.) and helping in cases of obesity.’



Cinnamon bark is harvested from a variety of evergreen tree that is native to Sri Lanka and India.The tree has thick, reddish brown bark, small yellow flowers, and its leathery leaves have a spicy smell. It grows to a height of approximately 20-60 ft (8-18 m) and is found primarily in tropical forests. Cinnamon bark belongs to the Lauraceae family. Related species are Cinnamomum cassia and Cinnamomum saigonicum (Saigon Cinnamon). Cinnamon bark is cultivated in tropical regions such as the Philippines and the West Indies. It is not grown in the United States. Every two years the trees are cut to just above ground level.

The bark is harvested from the new shoots, then dried. The outer bark is stripped away, leaving the inner bark, which is the main medicinal part of the herb. The use of cinnamon dates back thousands of years to at least 2700 B.C. Chinese herbalists from that time mentioned it as a treatment for fever, diarrhea, and menstrual problems. Indian Ayurvedic healers used it in a similar manner. Cinnamon was introduced around 500 B.C. to the Egyptians, who then added it to their embalming mixtures. Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans used it as a spice, perfume, and for indigestion. Moses included cinnamon in an anointing oil that he used. By the seventeenth century, cinnamon was considered a culinary spice by Europeans.

American nineteenth century physicians prescribed cinnamon as a treatment for stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, colic, and uterine problems. Cinnamon bark is helpful in strengthening and supporting a weak digestive system. Research reports that cinnamon bark breaks down fats in the digestive system, making it a valuable digestive aid. It is used to treat nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach ulcers, acid indigestion, heartburn, lack of appetite, and abdominal disorders. A traditional stimulant in Chinese medicine, cinnamon bark has a warming effect on the body and is used for conditions caused by coldness. The twigs of cinnamon enhance circulation, especially to the fingers and toes. Cinnamon bark contains antiseptic properties that help to prevent infection by killing decay-causing bacteria, fungi, and viruses. One German study showed that the use of cinnamon bark suppressed the cause of most urinary tract infections and the fungus responsible for vaginal yeast infections.

It is also helpful in relieving athlete’s foot. Cinnamon bark is a frequent ingredient in toothpaste, mouthwash, and other oral hygiene products because it helps kill the bacteria that causes tooth decay and gum disease. Inflammations of the throat and pharynx may be relieved through its use. Cinnamon bark is also known to control blood sugar levels in diabetics. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers have found that cinnamon bark may reduce the amount of insulin required for glucose metabolism. A dose of 1/8 to 1/4 tsp of ground cinnamon per meal for diabetic patients may help to regulate their blood sugar levels. The spice has also garnered quite a reputation as an aphrodisiac.

A study at the Smell and Taste Research Foundation in Chicago tested medical students’ reactions to various aromas by attaching measurement devices to the students’ genitals. The smell of hot cinnamon buns generated the most blood flow of all the scents. Cinnamon bark promotes menstruation. It has been used to treat menstrual pain and infertility. Women in India take it as a contraceptive after childbirth. Cinnamon bark may also be helpful for bronchitis, infection and wound healing, some forms of fevers and colds, coughs and of asthma, and blood pressure reduction.



This is regarded as one of the most important of indigenous American plants, and one of the most striking in appearance.The perennial root is large and fleshy, the stem hollow, the leaves alternate and ovate-lance late, and the flowers have a white calyx with no corolla. The fruit is a deep purple berry, covering the stem in clusters and resembling blackberries. The young shoots make a good substitute for asparagus, and poultry eat the berries, though large quantities give the flesh an unpleasant flavor, also causing it to become purgative, when eaten. In Portugal the use of the juice of the berries to color port wines was discontinued because it spoiled the taste.

The stain of the juice is a beautiful purple, and would make a useful dye if a way of fixing it were found.As found in commerce the roots are usually sliced either longitudinally or transversely, are grey in color, hard and wrinkled. The fracture is fibrous. It is inodorous, and the taste is acrid and slightly sweet. It is often used to adulterate belladonna, but may be recognized by the concentric rings of wood bundles in the transverse section. The leaves are used for the same purpose, requiring microscopical identification.

Phytolaccic acid has been obtained from the berries, as well as tannin. In the root, a non-reducing sugar, formic acid, and a small percentage of bitter resin have been found. The alkaloid Phytolaccin may be present in small quantities, but it has not been proved. A resinoid substance is called phytolaccin. The virtues are extracted by alcohol, diluted alcohol, and water. The powder is said to be sternutatory. As an alterative it is used in chronic rheumatism and granular conjunctivitis. As an ointment, in the proportion of a drachm to the ounce, it is used in psora, tinea capitis, favus and sycosis, and other skin diseases, causing at first smarting and heat. It is used as a cathartic in paralysis of the bowels. Headaches of many sources are benefited by it, and both lotion and tincture are used in leucorrhoea. The extract is said to have been used in chronic rheumatism and hemorrhoids.



Bladderwrack is a sea vegetable and is a concentrated source of minerals, including iodine, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron. As it is a source of iodine, it assists in the production of thyroid hormones, which are necessary for maintaining healthy metabolism in all cells of the body.Fucus vesiculosis is also known to support as a promoter of glandular health, especially in the pituitary and adrenal glands, while maintaining healthy blood circulation. Other known actions include the maintenance of healthy digestion and intestinal functions. Furthermore, recent studies suggest bladderwrack may be beneficial in supporting healthy increasing thyroid response as well as energy and vitality levels, leading to excess energy expenditure.



Buckthorn is a well known supplement for constipation. It is a close relative to Cascara Sagrada and Senna. Buckthorn helps the bowels to evacuate normally by stimulating the flow of bile from the liver to the gall bladder. It is a bitter herb which expels impurities. It has a calming effect on the gastrointestinal tract, without being habit forming. It is an effective remedy for appendicitis and it expels worms. A poultice of the bruised leaves will stop bleeding from a wound. It will also help to get rid of warts. The leaves are effective when used as a fomentation (compress) or a poultice. When taken hot, buckthorn will produce perspiration and lower fevers. Ointments or salves made from Buckthorn is very effective in reducing itching.

Other buckthorn properties:

Alterative: This herb cleanses, stimulates, and aids in the efficient removal of waste products.
Antihelmintic: This herb kills parasites and worms.
Bitter: This herb stimulates secretion of digestion and encourages appetite.
Cathartic: This herb is a strong laxative which causes rapid evacuation.
Depurative: This herb cleans or purifies blood by promoting eliminative functions.
Diuretic: This herb increases the secretion and flow of urine.
Laxative: This herb stimulates bowel movements.
Purgative: This herb causes watery evacuation of intestinal contents.


Colon cleansing, also called detoxification, is our body’s normal process of internal cleansing, a function that occurs daily through our body. The most obvious forms of colon cleansing are bowel movements. Despite the fact that we are colon cleaning continuously, our bodies have difficulty keeping up with the demand because we accumulate an unnatural amount of toxins daily. Because of this, toxins collect within our system and negative symptoms arise. Common symptoms include constipation, lack of energy, lack of motivation, gas & bloating,etc. All of this can be eliminated by the use of Advanced Body Cleanser.


Reactions to Advanced Body Cleanser.have been rare and have resolved with the cessation of use.


The Advanced Body Cleanser should not be taken by women who are pregnant or may become pregnant. Women who are nursing should also avoid taking Advanced Body Cleanser. Advanced Body Cleanser should not be taken by children under the age of 12 years. Those persons taking prescription medications should exercise caution when beginning to take Advanced Body Cleanser.
Advanced Body Cleanser should not be taken by any person with a known sensitivity to any of the individual ingredients.


The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this document have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to iagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided in this brochure is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information in this brochure for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.





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