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Slipper Elm Bark is a demulcent that is soothing to the intestines and helps to calm inflammation.

Linulin is a fiber that feeds the beneficial bacteria in your gut (prebiotic). A small portion of the population feel gas and bloating upon consuming it. Consume less or discontinue use if you find this to be the case for you.

Dandelion Root is great support for the liver.

The Incas used Maca Root for strength and endurance. It still is considered a food staple used in everyday cooking in the Andes. It is naturally high in minerals and contains up to 20 essential fatty acids, lipids, fiber, carbohydrates, protein, sterols, and amino acids. 

It is considered to be an adaptogen, a special class of plants that help us build resistance to stress, allowing us to react in more flexible ways.

Chia Seeds are a digestive fiber that are soothing to the intestinal tract as well as high in protein, Omega 3 fatty acids and bone strengthening minerals.

Lucuma is a native of the Andean Valleys. It is mildly sweet yet nutritious and is commonly used in desserts in Chile, Ecuador and Peru.

Mesquite, also known as Kiawe or huarango, is a tree that is native to Columbia, Peru and Ecuador. The nutrient dense pods are ground into flour and used many different ways.

Ingredients: Organic Slipper Elm Powder, Organic Inulin, Organic Dandelion Root, Organic Maca, Organic Chia Seeds, Organic Lucuma, Organic Mesquite, Vegan Probiotics,

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