What You Should Know
Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant is name thus because it is the 7th formula created by the Sonne’s company. There is an official website explaining how this one ingredient detox supplement works to cleanse the body. The information provided includes a history of the main ingredient and an explanation of how it works in the body. There is no mention of weight loss associated with using Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant, but it is suggested that users combine the detoxificant with Sonne’s #9 Intestinal Cleaner.
List of Ingredients
Hydrated Bentonite Clay.
Bentonite clay is a bulk forming laxative. As a detoxificant, many people believe the clay absorbs water and expands in the stomach. The sponge-like result is electrically charged and toxins are attracted to the clay where they are bound to be expelled from the body. Bentonite clay is also used in other products for its binding nature such as cat litter, adhesives and cement. Most products combine bentonite clay with Psyllium husk to help with the elimination process. There is no mention of Psyllium husks being included in Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant, which could be why the company suggests taking #7 with #9 with a main ingredient of Psyllium husks.
While bentonite may have some detoxifying properties, it is also a binder that can eliminate diarrhea. With this in mind, the consumer may have difficulty passing bowel movements after taking Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant as a standalone product. If this is the case, the toxins attracted to the bentonite clay will be stuck in the body, which provides no benefit at all.
Weight loss is not a benefit of taking bentonite clay. The detoxificant properties are well documented, but no clinical trials associated with removal of toxins could be found. There are references to the anti-diarrhea properties of the ingredient, however.
Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant is not sold through the Sonne’s website. The product can be found online through websites like Amazon.com for $16.63 a bottle. The bottles comes with 32 ounces of liquid and is taken as 1 TB for a normal weight adult and 1 tsp per 50 pounds of weight for all other users.
- Bentonite clay can stop diarrhea.
- There are many resources claiming detoxificant properties.
- Bentonite clay may cause constipation.
- Users may have to take Psyllium husk or other natural laxative along with the product.
- Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant has not been proven to remove toxins from the body.
Detoxing the body is not a normal part of weight loss. If a consumer is having trouble with diarrhea, Sonne’s #7 Detoxificant may help to solve that issue, but any weight lost will not stay off for long. Consumers may have to take a laxative with the supplement in order to keep bowel movements regular.