A great sweet source of fiber full of minerals, iron, protein, folate, niacin, B6, vit K, zinc. Helps with
constipation, intestinal disorders, heart problems, diarrhea, abdominal cancer, energy source. Despite the high
level of sweetness, date sugar doesn’t feed bad bacteria because it contains nicotinic, which is necessary in
controlling the growth of pathological organisms and increase the growth of friendly bacteria.
A hardened sap from the African Acacia tree, this is one of the best most soluble prebiotic fibers essential for
strengthening the population of good bacteria in your gut. Helps with constipation and diarrhea. Gut flora love this
stuff! It even helps with clearing clogged bronchial passages.
High in Inulin, a soluble non-digestible dietary fiber, helps reduce bloating, gas, indigestion, bowel cleanser,
helps manage insulin, get rid of cholesterol, stimulates bile secretion, aids digestion, blood cleanser and liver
Contains Inulin, a polysaccharide carbohydrate fiber that stimulates healthy gut bacteria. It also contains mucilage,
which helps protect damaged intestinal walls. Prevents constipation, maintains colon health, anti-inflammatory,
liver cleanser, helps with bloating, gas, digestion, detoxification.
A very high-fiber source that also helps hold up to nine times its weight in water, which helps things move through
the colon with ease.
Packed with fiber, vitamins and healing properties. Wonderfully high in FOS (fructooligosaccharides) and Inulin.
Excellent kidney stimulant, helps urinary tract infections, diuretic, gout, has lots of anti-inflammatories, helps
convert amino acids into protein. Roots lower blood pressure. Some say if you eat asparagus every day you will never
Aside from being a great source of fiber, the triterpenoids in apple peel have anti-cancer effects in liver, breast,
and colon cancers, and help protect against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Soothes the gut membrane and has antacid effect to help stomach ulcers. Great source of fiber to help elimination,
constipation. Good source of fructooligosaccharides, which feeds probiotics. Helps leaky gut and nutrient
Helps calm the stomach, digestive upset and bloating. Helps relax nerves, sharpen memory, boosts immunity, relieves inflammation, balances cholesterol, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, helps cleanse body of wastes, supports liver, helps gastric ulcers and reduce stress.
Slippery Elm Bark
Used for stomach and digestive issues, constipation, ulcers, bloody diarrhea, dysentery, appendicitis, duodenal ulcer, inflammation of mucous membranes, asthma, lungs, bowels, bladder, prostate, tumors, cancer. Softens hardened tissue. Use as a nutritious food source for people with digestive problems.
Be aware that any fiber can cause gas and bloating, and here’s why. The main food source for Candida yeast is sugar and refined carbs, and the main food source for probiotics (the good gut flora) is fiber. When you eat fiber, you are feeding billions of microorganisms in your gut- that means billions of little critters eating, digesting, pooping and farting inside you. This is normal to all living things. You need these guys- they are your army fighting to keep you healthy and that army needs to be fed and anything that eats also poops and farts. This causes a buildup of gas inside you, but it is only temporary. The gas created from probiotics is not a bad thing. Noted you may not like having a bloated look for a few hours, but the next morning when you wake up, you’ll probably be more chiseled and better looking than ever!
All herbal formulas from Markus Products are non-GMO, organic or sustainable, and wildcrafted.
“Sustainably wildcrafted” means harvested by hand, from virgin wilderness far from civilization. For
example: pine needles from Shasta, California, Mallow and Lambsquarters from Durango, Colorado, and Gubinge
Kakadu Plum harvested by tribal natives in the Australian outback. We go out of our way to get you the most
pristine, rare, pure herbs possible, no matter the cost! No herbs are from China, all products are
assembled/packaged here in America in an FDA-approved facility.