What You Should Know
Liquid Cleanse is a supplement manufactured by Nature’s Sunshine. Nature’s Sunshine was founded in 1972 by Gene and Kristine Hughes in Utah. They were the first company to encapsulate herbs in gelatin capsule for dietary supplements, starting with cayenne. They found that taking cayenne each day helped Mr. Hughes with a stomach condition, and found it was easier to take when in a capsule. They began putting other herbs in capsules and selling them to health food stores in the area. Now, their products are sold in 30 countries. Liquid Cleanse is a supplement for support of the bowels and liver, and is said to cleanse the body of impurities found in food today.
Liquid Cleanse contains Aloe Vera Inner Leaf (Aloe barbadensis), Red Raspberry Fruit Concentrate (Rubus idaeus), Senna Leaves (Cassia senna), Cinnamon Bark (Cinnamomum cassia), trace minerals, Barberry Root Bark (Berberis vulgaris), xanthan gum, Fennel Seeds (Foeniculum vulgare), Cornsilk (Zea mays), Ginger Rhizome (Zingiber officinalis), Bitter Orange (Citrus aurantium), Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale), Capsicum Fruit (Capsicum annuum), Sodium Benzoate and purified water.
Liquid Cleanse is designed to cleanse the body of impurities and waste that builds up on the intestinal walls. It keeps the bowels regular and makes softer stools. Aloe Vera Leaf is said to soothe the digestive tract. Red raspberry concentrate gives the liquid its taste and smell, and offers antioxidant benefits. Senna leaves are a laxative that is used prior to a colonoscopy. Barberry root bark soothes the intestinal walls. Ginger Rhizome supports digestion. Dandelion Root helps the liver and gallbladder remove wastes. Consumers that have preexisting problems with diarrhea, loose stools or abdominal pain should avoid taking this product or products like it as they may make these problems worse. Dosing instructions are to take 1 ounce of the liquid daily.
- Liquid Cleanse is in liquid form which may be easier for some consumers to take.
- Liquid Cleanse is made from all natural ingredients.
- Liquid Cleanse is not for prolonged use.
- Liquid Cleanse may cause dehydration.
Liquid Cleanse is a product that is based on the belief that impurities and waste can become trapped in the intestines. This product is said to rid the body of these wastes by promoting regularity of bowel movements and softer stools. It is said to have a pleasing raspberry taste and is thinner than fiber drinks to make it more palatable for consumers. Consumers with diarrhea, abdominal pain and loose stools should not use this product as it will make those conditions worse, and could cause harmful effects. Any laxative product may cause dehydration, so consumers should be sure to drink plenty of water while taking this product. This product is not intended for long term use, however, and a consumer should contact a physician prior to use to see if the product is safe. A consumer should be cautious with any product that cannot be used for long periods of time. Many experts agree that cleansing and detoxifying products are not needed as the body has natural cleansing and detoxifying properties.