- Organic ingredients
- Vegetarian formula
- Soy-free, gluten-free
- 3-part formula
Organic Total Body Cleanse™ is a 14-day, 3-part organic internal cleansing program. Organic Total Body Cleanse blends only organic herbs and fiber to offer you a wholesome and effective cleanse with no extra ingredients to add stress to your body‡.
Part 1: Detox with Organic Total Body Herbal Cleanse. Organic Total Body Cleanse 1 uses organic whole herbs used traditionally to support the liver, lungs, lymphatic system, kidneys, skin and blood‡. These cleansing herbs support the natural detoxification process of the body‡.
Part 2: Capture with Organic Fiber Blend.
Organic Total Body Cleanse 2 is a blend of organic oat bran, flaxseed and acacia fiber. Fiber is a critical component of colon cleansing, as well as organ detoxification and purification‡.
Part 3: Eliminate with Organic Colon Cleanse.
An effective blend of organic rhubarb root, slippery elm, fennel and marshmallow promote healthy elimination‡. Organic slippery elm, fennel and marshmallow also help soothe and comfort the bowel during this critical cleansing step‡.
“I completed this cleanse and boy, did it help my well-being. I was experiencing symptoms prior to cleansing that the doctors just would not diagnose. I took a trip to my regular health food store and purchased this cleanse and noticed results in one day! I feel great and will continue twice a year. Thank you!” —Karen M., Cocoa Beach FL (Dec 2008)
“This was the best cleanse ever. No pain or discomfort. No cravings for junk food/candy etc. I didn't have to stay home. I went regularly in the morning sometimes at night. Lots of energy. Only bad thing was bad breath and very thirsty.” —Dominique, North Brunswick NJ (Dec 2008)
“I have done a lot of cleaning for the body, but I must say that Organic Total Body Cleanse gave me excellent results concerning my health. It is effective and gentle at the same time. By the fourth day I began to feel and look better than I ever have in a long time. Thank you!” —Cecilia L., Dubuque IA (Dec 2008)