Many people have an intestinal tract that is blocked with old fecal matter and built up Mucoid layers. Many have parasites or bacteria that are surviving in an overgrowth condition. They exhibit symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, spasms, inflammations, or excessive wind. Combi has been designed to help the peristaltic action of the colon by bulking, nourishing and feeding the healthy bacteria. It consists of Flax seeds, Wildcrafted Psyllium seed husk powder, Slippery Elm powder, and Chia seeds. Combi nourishes and tones the tissues and cleanses deep pockets of old matter.
Psyllium seed husks support the intestine’s muscular activity and facilitate regular intestinal movements without irritating the intestinal Unlike conventional pharmaceutical laxatives, this plant product is gentle in its effects, and is not addictive. Psyllium seed husk is an excellent colon and intestinal cleanser, removing toxins and restoring tone to the mucous membranes.
Studies have identified reduced cholesterol levels as one of the positive side effects of ingesting psyllium seed husks. Flax seeds, with their high content of lignine, and Chia seeds, with their mucilaginous qualities, enhance and complement the effects of the Psyllium seed husks. Mexican Indians have long used chia seeds to enhance intestinal function, making a mucilaginous drink that strengthens and nourishes to the mucous membranes of the intestines. Chia also helps pituitary/gonadal deficiencies.
The Combi is mixed with water or juice in the form of a shake. This combination ensures that loosened deposits are quickly eliminated so that the toxins they contain will not be absorbed through the intestinal walls. Flax seeds contain 30-40% fixed oil which includes linoleic, linolenic and oleoic acids, mucilage, protein and linamarin. Flax has been used by herbalists for chronic constipation, diverticulitis, gastritis, coughs and eczema. Combi powder is produced using a proprietary low-heat method that retains all the Omega 6 and 3 oils, an especially significant fact for vegetarians.