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Natsure Natural Detox Bowel Cleanser 60 Capsules

by Natsure
Original price R 206.95 - Original price R 206.95
Original price
R 206.95
R 206.95 - R 206.95
Current price R 206.95

What is Natsure Natural Detox Bowel Cleanser?

A detox is a process whereby you stimulate your body to get rid of all the toxins that you take in from your environment. A detox revitalises your body while relieving below mentioned symptoms and increasing your energy levels. It protects against digestive upsets and restores your natural digestive balance.

Symptoms that indicate you might need to detox

  • suffer from constipation
  • feel bloated
  • struggle with bad breath
  • want to detoxify
  • suffer from joint pains
  • suffer from heartburn
  • suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • have too much acid in the system.

How to use:

When using this product, it is important to drink enough water (8 glasses per day). This is not a laxative, therefore expect results in 2-3 days and not in 2 to 3 hours.

The dosage differs from person to person and will be influenced by i.e. laxatives used and diet. Dosage varies from 1 capsule per day to a maximum of 6 capsules per day. Normal dosage is 2 capsules per day. Reduce dosage if diarrhoea occurs. Headaches may occur as a result of the detoxification process and can be reduced/prevented by increasing water intake.


  • Fenugreek is a high, soluble fibre.  Combined with water it helps to clean the colon sides.
  • Magnesium helps prevent cramps.
  • Vitamin C has a mild laxative effect and is an anti-oxidant for general health.
  • Aloe Ferox stabilizes the pH and starts the detoxification process.

Fenugreek is an herb with light green leaves and small white flowers. It’s part of the pea family (Fabaceae) and also known as Greek hay (Trigonella foenum-graecum). The fenugreek plant stands erect at two to three feet tall, and the seed pods contain 10–20 small, flat, yellow-brown, pungent and aromatic seeds.

Fenugreek seeds have a somewhat bitter taste, similar to celery, maple syrup or burnt sugar, and are often used to make medicine. However, fenugreek has a far more pleasant taste when cooked. The seeds are the most widely used part of fenugreek, which are usually dried and ground. The leaves are often used in cooking as well.