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Colon Pro

Colon Pro

$ 41.95

Colon Pro (120 Caps)

This formula should be used only with Whole Body Pro or as a part of the Slow Cleanse or the Whole Body Deep Cleanse kit.  Dosage is adjusted according to toxicity and chronicity of health issue.

If you are constipated to any degree or have liver toxicity, it is necessary to heal the colon; cleansing toxicity from hormone replacement therapy, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, medications, radiation, parasites, environmental chemicals and pesticides, while soothing any irritation.  

Therefore, this formula has been tested over the past 10 + years to be effective with chemically sensitive and chronically ill patients.  Dosage should be altered according to level of constipation and toxicity; using a few per week to using 4 per day.  In some cases, 6 per day have been necessary for a week to a month in order to achieve healing of an impacted bowel.  The Whole Body Pro is a blood cleanser and bolsters the immune system; it is always taken with the Colon Pro to balance the frequency of bowel movement.  Due to the balancing of herbs and to the past history of use with thousands of people this formula will not cause addiction.   There are always exceptions i.e. if a person uses it continuously, daily and excessively for 6 months to one year. It is not to be used as a laxative but rather as a part of a detoxification Whole Body Program, which incorporates a healthy diet, hopefully gluten free and mostly vegan.

‪The following is a list of the ingredients and the medicinal properties.  The ingredients in this formula are balanced and is only recommended for use with the Whole Body & Immune Pro.  Both the Whole Body & Immune Pro and the Colon Pro are part of the Whole Body Deep Cleanse kit and the Slow Cleanse.  And the Whole Body & Immune Pro and the Colon Pro are always used together

Dr. Dale’s Colon Pro©™ Professional Formula

A proprietary blend of organic, and wild-harvested herbs formulated to help cleanse

and balance the Colon environment. The information below is a fraction of the

available research on these amazing herbs.

Fennel Seed

Latin botanical name: Foeniculum vulgare, family Umbelliferae

Fennel Seed is used for the following health conditions.

  • antispasmodic
  • appetite stimulant
  • anti-inflammatory
  • diuretic
  • relieves flatulence and bloating
  • stimulates flow of breast milk
  • Studies indicate that substances in fennel can reduce airway

congestion by thinning and loosening phlegm, which tends to support

the addition of fennel in numerous European cough remedies.

Buckthorn Bark

Latin botanical name: Rhamnus cathartica, family Rhamnaceae

 Laxative and cathartic

Buckthorn, also referred to as black alder, is an herb that comes from the

bark of the stems and branches of the rhamnus frangula tree. The bark is

aged for up to a year and is primarily used for bowel disorders.

Buckthorn contains an ingredient called anthraquinone that may have

cancer fighting properties. Buckthorn is used orally in folk remedies to

treat cancer however this use has not been substantiated by scientific

evidence. Buckthorn is also used as a health tonic and was traditionally

used as a "blood purifier" and diuretic. Buckthorn Bark's ability to soften

the stool and relieve constipation makes it an effective tool in relieving

pain and pressure associated with hemorrhoids and anal fissures.

Ginger Root

Latin botanical name: Zingiber officinale, family Zingiberaceae

It has been used for everything from treating the common cold, flu-like symptoms,

headaches, to painful menstrual periods. Ginger Root is also used as an antiemetic/

antinausea, antispasmodic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial,

antiviral, antifungal, anticlotting agent, analgesic, antitussive, circulatory stimulant,

carminative, expectorant, and hypotensive. Ginger root also increases blood flow to

an area (topically), promotes sweating and digesting while relaxing peripheral blood

vessels.

Baikal Skullcap Root

Latin botanical name: Scutellaria baicalensis, family Lamiaceae

Baikal skullcap is used to treat respiratory infections, hay fever, and fever. It is also

used for gastrointestinal (GI) infections, as well as liver problems including viral

hepatitis and jaundice.

Baikal skullcap is used for HIV/AIDS, kidney infections, pelvic inflammation, and

sores or swelling. It is also used for scarlet fever, headache, irritability, red eyes,

flushed face, seizures, epilepsy, hysteria, nervous tension, and to relieve a bitter

taste in the mouth.

In combination with other herbs, Baikal skullcap is used to treat attention deficithyperactivity

disorder (ADHD), prostate cancer, a lung condition called bronchiolitis,

arthritis, and hemorrhoids.

Baikal skullcap is also sometimes applied to the skin for psoriasis.

Cascara Sagrada Bark

Latin botanical name: Rhamnus purshiana, family Rhamnaceae

The bark of the Cascara Sagrada is the desired portion of this plant. While it has

been used in large doses to induce vomiting, its primary use is that of a laxative. It

actively promotes peristalsis of the intestines. When used in prescribed dosages, it

will typically produce a bowel movement within six to eight hours. Constipation is the

only ailment that Cascara Sagrada has been clinically proven to be effective against,

but there are claims that it will also provide relief for headaches, nausea, high blood

pressure, irritable bowel syndrome, gall bladder, and yellow jaundice.

Cautions & interactions: Cascara Sagrada should not be used while pregnant or

nursing. As with any stimulating laxative, it should not be used for prolonged periods

of time. There is a tiny amount of this ingredient in Colon Pro.

Senna Leaf

Latin botanical name: Cassia acutifolia, family Leguminosae

Purgative. Its action being chiefly on the lower bowel, it is especially suitable in

habitual costiveness. It increases the peristaltic movements of the colon by its local

action upon the intestinal wall. Its active principle must pass out of the system in the

secretions unaltered, for when Senna is taken by nurses, the suckling infant

becomes purged. It acts neither as a sedative nor as a refrigerant, but has a slight,

stimulating influence. In addition to the nauseating taste, it is apt to cause sickness,

and griping pains, so that few can take it alone; but these characteristics can be

overcome or removed, when it is well adapted for children, elderly persons, and

delicate women.

Psyllium Seed

Latin botanical name: Plantago ovate, family Plantaginaceae

Psyllium, a bulk-forming laxative, is used to treat constipation. It absorbs liquid in the

intestines, swells, and forms a bulky stool, which is easy to pass. This medication is

sometimes prescribed for other uses; ask your Biological Natural Practitioner for

more information. A tiny amount is used in the Colon Pro.

Rhubarb Root

Latin botanical name: Rheum rhabarbarum / Rheum palmatum, family Polygonaceae

Rhubarb root is a valuable remedy that incites the activity of the stomach, liver and

bowels by increasing the flow of the digestive juices. In small doses it makes an

excellent strengthening tonic for the stomach, in large doses it acts as a laxative.

Rhubarb root's purgative action is useful in constipation, but also has an astringent

effect following this. It therefore has a truly cleansing action on the gut, removing

debris and then astringing with antiseptic properties as well.

Aloe Vera Leaf (Cut Without Chemicals)

Latin botanical name: Aloe Vera, family Xanthorrhoeaceae

Transparent gel from the pulp of the meaty leaves of Aloe vera has been used

topically for thousands of years to treat wounds, skin infections, burns, and numerous

other dermatologic conditions. Dried latex from the inner lining of the leaf has

traditionally been used as an oral laxative.

There is strong scientific evidence in support of the laxative properties of aloe latex,

based on the well-established cathartic properties of anthraquinone glycosides

(found in aloe latex).

There is promising preliminary support from laboratory, animal, and human studies

that topical aloe gel has immunomodulatory properties that may improve wound

healing and skin inflammation.

Barberry Root

Latin botanical name: Berberis vulgaris, family Berberidaceae
Tonic, purgative, antiseptic. It is used in the form of a liquid extract, given as
decoction, infusion or tincture, but generally a salt of the alkaloid Berberine is
preferred.
As a bitter stomachic tonic, it proves an excellent remedy for dyspepsia and
functional derangement of the liver, regulating the digestive powers, and if given in
larger doses, acting as a mild purgative and removing constipation.
It is used in all cases of jaundice, general debility and biliousness, and for diarrhea.

Slippery Elm Bark

Latin botanical name: Ulmus fulvam, family Urticaceae
Demulcent, emollient, expectorant, diuretic, nutritive. The bark of this American Elm
is considered one of the most valuable remedies in herbal practice, the abundant
mucilage it contains having wonderfully strengthening and healing qualities.

  • excellent results in gastritis, gastric catarrh, mucous colitis and enteritis, being
tolerated by the stomach when all other foods fail.
  • great value in bronchitis, bleeding from the lungs and consumption.
  • excellent for coughs.
  • The bark is an ingredient in various lung medicines. A valuable remedy for
Bronchitis and all diseases of the throat and lungs.
  • irritation of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines, and taken at
night will induce sleep.
  • Pleurisy.
  • used as a heart remedy.
  • great influence upon diseases of the female organs.
  • particularly valuable both medicinally and as an injection in dysentery and
other diseases of the bowels, cystitis and irritation of the urinary tract.
  • as an enema for constipation.
  • injection for worms (Ascarides).
  • also prescribed to be mixed with Oil of Male Fern (2 oz. of the mucilage to 1
drachm of the oil) as a remedy for the expulsion of tapeworm.
American Indians have long used this viscous inner bark to prepare a healing salve,
and in herbal medicine a Slippery Elm bark powder is considered one of the best
possible poultices for wounds, boils, ulcers, burns and all inflamed surfaces,
soothing, healing and reducing pain and inflammation. Further uses include:
  • gangrenous wounds, an excellent antiseptic poultice.
  • poultice in cases where it is desirable to hasten suppuration or arrest the
  • tendency to gangrene.
  • excellent poultice for severe rheumatic and gouty affections, particularly of the
  • joints, synovitis etc.
  • to preserve fatty substances from becoming rancid.
  • stops tooth ache and greatly delays decay, if used as soon as there is any
  • sign of decay.
  • used as a demulcent.

    White Willow Extract

    Latin botanical name: Salix alba, family Salicaceae
    Willows have been used for centuries for pain relief and fever reduction. It has a
    natural salicyclic acid in the leaves, very similar to aspirin. This compound salicin,
    however, does not have any of the adverse side effects of aspirin such as intestinal
    upset or bleeding in the stomach, because the Willow does not block prostaglandins
    in the stomach or intestines. White Willow Bark is considered tonic, antiperiodic, and
    astringent. It is effective in treating dyspepsia, in healing after acute illness, and in
    chronic diarrhea and dysentery. Additionally, White Willow Bark is valuable in
    alleviating pain from rheumatism, neuralgia, arthritis, gout, angina, and headache.

    Boswellia Serrata

    Latin botanical name: Boswellia serrata, family Burseraceae
    Boswellia serrate, a potential anti-inflammatory agent, is one of the ancient and most
    valued herbs in Ayurveda. “Gajabhakshya”, a Sanskrit name sometimes used for
    Boswellia, suggests that elephants enjoy this herb as a part of their diet. Three
    renowned ancient texts form the pillars of classical Ayurvedic Science, which has its
    roots in India: Charaka's Charaka Samhita (c.B.C. 700), the first fundamental medical
    text; Susruta's Susruta Samhita (c.B.C. 600), which attempted to amass the entire
    medical knowledge, with special focus on surgery; and the two-volume tome
    comprising Astanga Samgraha and Astanga Hridaya (c.130-200 A.D.), written by
    Vagbhata the Elder and Vagbhata the Younger, which synthesized the works of
    Charaka and Susruta and summarized the eight parts of Ayurveda in prose and
    verse forms. The first two pillars of Ayurveda describe the antirheumatic (antiarthritis)
    activity of gugguls-the gum-resins of trees[16–20]. In addition to its beneficial use for
    arthritis, this gummy resin is also mentioned in traditional Ayurvedic and Unani texts
    as an effective remedy for diarrhea, dysentery, ringworm, boils, fevers (antipyretic),
    skin and blood diseases, cardiovascular diseases, mouth sores, bad throat,
    bronchitis, asthma, cough, vaginal discharges, hair-loss, jaundice, hemorrhoids,
    syphilitic diseases, irregular menses and stimulation of liver. It is also diaphoretic,
    astringent, diuretic and acts both as internal and external stimulant. Modern medicine
    and pharmacology strongly point out to its use as an antiarthritic, antiinflammatory,
    antihyperlipidemic (controls blood lipids), antiatherosclerotic (anticoronary plaque),
    analgesic (pain-reliever) and hepatoprotective (protects the liver).
    Boswellia extract may increase the effects of drugs, such as zafrilukast and
    montelukast -- leukotreine inhibitors that doctors prescribe to treat asthma, according
    to Natural Standard, an international organization that collects and evaluates
    research on alternative and complementary treatments. It may also lower cholesterol
    and triglycerides, and increase the effects of anti-cholesterol medications and
    antifungals.
    Conversely, NSAIDs may decrease the beneficial effects of boswellia extract for
    arthritis, and anti-proliferative drugs used to fight cancer may increase the effects of
    boswellia. Boswellia may also thin the blood and interfere with anti-coagulant
    medications, such as warfarin, according to the University of Maryland Medical
    Center.
    Tendinitis: Boswellia (Boswellia serrate) may help with inflammation, although it has
    not been tested for tendinitis.
    Source: Tendinitis
    Crohn's disease: Boswellia has anti-inflammatory properties, and a few studies
    suggest that it may help treat Crohn's disease.
    Source: Crohn's disease
    Reiter syndrome: Boswellia (Boswellia serrata) helps reduce inflammation, although it
    has not been studied specifically for Reiter syndrome.
    Source: Reiter syndrome | University of Maryland Medical Center

    Turmeric Root (Curcumin Longa)

    Latin botanical name: Curcuma longa, family Zingiberaceae
    Many Uses include Indigestion or Dyspepsia: Curcumin stimulates the gallbladder to
    produce bile, which may help improve digestion.

    • NIH: Potential Therapeutic Effects of Curcumin, the Anti-inflammatory Agent,
    Against Neurodegenerative, Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Metabolic, Autoimmune
    and Neo-plastic Diseases.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2637808/
    • Dietary turmeric potentially reduces the risk of cancer.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22471448
    The most important chemical components of turmeric are a group of compounds
    called curcuminoids, which include curcumin (diferuloylmethane), demethoxycurcumin,
    and bisdemethoxycurcumin. The best studied compound is curcumin,
    which comprises 0.3-5.4% of raw turmeric. Curcumin is the main beneficial
    constituent in terms of health, and is non-toxic in the body. In addition there are other
    important volatile oils such as tumerone, atlantone, and zingiberene. Some general
    constituents are sugars, proteins, and resins. Curcumin has been a center of
    attraction for potential treatment of an array of diseases, including cancer,
    Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, allergies, arthritis and other chronic illnesses.
    The German Commission E, which determines which herbs can be safely prescribed
    in Germany, has approved turmeric for digestive problems. One double-blind,
    placebo-controlled study found that turmeric reduced symptoms of bloating and gas
    in people suffering from indigestion.
    • Ulcerative Colitis: Turmeric may help people with ulcerative colitis stay in
    remission. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease of the digestive tract where
    symptoms tend to come and go. In one double-blind, placebo controlled study;
    people whose ulcerative colitis was in remission took either curcumin or
    placebo, along with conventional medical treatment, for 6 months. Those who
    took curcumin had a relapse rate much lower than those who took placebo.
    • Osteoarthritis: Because of its ability to reduce inflammation, researchers have
    wondered if turmeric may help relieve osteoarthritis pain. One study found that
    people using an Ayurvedic formula of herbs and minerals with turmeric, winter
    cherry (Withinia somnifera), boswellia (Boswellia serrata), and zinc had less
    pain and disability.
    • Heart Disease: Early studies suggested that turmeric may help prevent
    atherosclerosis, the buildup of plaque that can block arteries and lead to heart
    attack or stroke. In animal studies, an extract of turmeric lowered cholesterol
    levels and kept LDL "bad" cholesterol from building up in blood vessels.
    Because it stops platelets from clumping together, turmeric may also prevent
    blood clots from building up along the walls of arteries.
    • Cancer: There has been a great deal of research on turmeric's anti-cancer
    properties. Evidence from test tube and animal studies suggests that curcumin
    may help prevent or treat several types of cancers, including prostate, breast,
    skin, and colon cancer. Its preventive effects may be because it is a strong
    antioxidant, protecting cells from damage. Bacterial and Viral Infections: Test
    tube and animal studies suggest turmeric may kill bacteria and viruses.
    • Uveitis: A preliminary study suggests curcumin may help treat uveitis, an

    inflammation of the eye’s iris. In one study of 32 people with chronic anterior
    uveitis, curcumin was as effective as corticosteroids, the type of medication
    usually prescribed. More research is needed.
    Source: Turmeric | University of Maryland Medical Center

    Cayenne Pepper

    Latin botanical name: Capsicum annuum, family Solanaceae
    A powerful local stimulant, with no narcotic effect largely used in hot climates as a
    condiment, and most useful in atony of the intestines and stomach. It is useful by
    reducing the dilated blood-vessels and thus relieving chronic congestion. It is often
    added to tonics and is said to be unequalled for warding off diseases.

    Matricaria Recutita

    (German Chamomille)
    Latin botanical name: Matricaria chamomilla, family Asteraceae
    German chamomile has been used for more than two thousand years to treat
    menstrual problems, gallbladder, fevers, inflammations, gastrointestinal disorders, as
    a relaxing infusion and as antiseptic.

    Marshmallow Root

    Latin botanical name: Althea officinalis, family Malvaceae
    Few scientific studies have looked at the effects of marshmallow in humans. Most of
    its suggested uses come from a long history of use in traditional healing systems.
    However, one recent study confirmed that marshmallow preparations help soothe
    irritated mucous membranes. It is also been used successfully for the following
    conditions.

    • Asthma
    • Bronchitis
    • Common cold/sore throat
    • Cough
    • Inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis
    • Indigestion
    • Stomach ulcers
    • Skin inflammation

    Source: Marshmallow | University of Maryland Medical Center

    Proprietary HOMEOPATHIC

    • Fennel Seed
    • Buckthorn Bark
    • Ginger Root
    • Baikal Skullcap Root
    • Cascara Sagrada Bark
    • Senna Leaf
    • Psyllium Seed
    • Rhubarb Root
    • Aloe Vera Leaf (Cut Without Chemicals)
    • Barberry Root
    • Slippery Elm Bark
    • White Willow Extract
    • Boswellia Serrata
    • Turmeric Root (Curcumin Longa)
    • Cayenne Pepper
    • Matricaria Recutita (German Chamomille)
    • Marshmallow Root

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    Why are there no returns?   Once a customer receives a package we cannot guarantee that they did not accidently expose their product to radiation so we have a no return policy on All Products.

    Why Do you Ship UPS Ground?  To keep the products from being x-rayed.

    Are your supplements free from excipients?  Yes, our nutritional supplements are free from toxic flow agents like magnesium stearate, coloring or preservatives and the delivery system includes veggie caps. Herbs are organic and wild harvested.

    What type of products do you make?  We formulate Orthomolecular Nutritonal Products, Herbs & Homeopathic Medicine. Our Homeopathic Remedies are prepared at a FDA registered facility in strict accordance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States (HPUS). They have no known side-effects.        

    What are homeopathic remedies made from and are they safe? Homeopathic medicines are micro-dosed substances derived from botanical, animal or mineral sources. A specific homeopathic medicine dilution is obtained by a precise and controlled process of successive "homeopathic dilution". The medicine is diluted or de-concentrated and then vigorously shaken, traditionally referred to as succussion. This process transforms the original substance into a therapeutically active medicine. 

    Homeopathy is a safe and natural method to balance the body and allow the body to heal. Homeopathy stimulates the body's ability to heal with frequencies (minute amounts of substances) and is also referred to as Biological Medicine..

    How are they made?  Homeopathic medicine is micro-dosed substances (mostly from nature) derived from botanical, animal or mineral sources. A homeopathy remedy contains the memory or frequency of the original substance it is made from. A specific homeopathic medicine dilution is obtained by a precise and controlled process of successive "homeopathic dilution". The medicine is diluted or de-concentrated and then vigorously shaken, traditionally referred to as succussion. This process transforms the original substance into a therapeutically active medicine.

    How does a Homeopathic Formula Work?   When a homeopathic remedy is administered, it creates an electro-magnetic signal and travels along meridian pathways until it reaches, targets and nutralizes the most similar frequency in the body.

    Caffeine and Homeopathy? I heard you can't use caffeine, or any kind of mint with homeopathic remedies.  Is this true?  Yes, do not consume any caffeine as it will nutralize homeopathic medicine, making it ineffective.  Some toothpaste can have a neutralizing effect on some potencies but not all; so it's best not to use mint or caffeine at all during treatment duration with homeopathy. Do not use products with caffeine, magnesium stearate, steric acid, coloring or unnatural flavoring

    Dr. Dale, which tea can I drink?  Tea that does not contain caffeine are roobois, chamomile, ginseng, ginger, any herb tea, fruit tea or berry that does NOT contain caffeine.

    Tea and Foods that should be completely avoided when using homeopathic medicine are  black tea, earl grey, chai, oolong, green tea, mate, white tea, chocolate, soda, energy drinks, coffee, and decaf teas (contain some caffeine and may be processed with heavy metals to remove the caffeine.)  Also, Excedrin Tablet:  Please review this document here:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caffeine#Sources_and_consumption

    What if I'm not having a cycle anymore how do I use the EndoPure Hormone Rejuvenation?  Dr. Dale's Endo Pure products can be taken according to the instructions on the bottle. If you are no longer having a cycle you can take the EndoPure's 5 drops 2-3 times per day 5 days on and 2 days off per week.

    All Homeopathic Medicine should be taken on an empty stomach, at least 15 minutes a part from each other or food, drink, herbs and supplements.

    What is the Swab for in the Saliva Test Kit?  This is to test for yeast cultures.  Should I do a Throat swab or a vaginal swab?  Ladies, the lab prefers a vaginal swab because they get a better culture.  Male testing: Gently swab your throat.

    What is the Shelf Life of Homeopathic Medicine?  The shelf life is five years. Please keep all homeopathy at room temperature, less than 75 degrees. Do NOT refrigerate.    

    Are your Homeopathic Hormone Rejuvenation Formulas Safe?   Homeopathic Medicine  is safe and has been a main form of healing for approximately 200 years is all countries.  NuFem and EndoPure are safe and effective. These homeopathic formulas have been tested on over 20,000 people and have a 95% success rate, which includes all types of women including those who have had a complete hysterectomy.  It is always best to get tested with the Five Element Saliva Test (self-test using in the privacy of your home) with the complimentary custom program to help determine important facts about your body’s hormone levels. It is also helpful to detoxify and cleanse the body (see Whole Body Deep Cleanse) from environmental toxins, heavy metals, hormones, antibiotics and other toxins. This will help support healthy hormone production, proper adrenal glands function and normal cortisol levels. 

    Which works Better, EndoPure or NuFem?  Both the EndoPure and NuFem work just as well for hormone rejuvenation. The formulas are very similar. EndoPure is an oral liquid for retail consumers and NuFem is a transdermal cream and our exclusively professional line.  An amazing homeopathic system of healing based on 200 years of research. These FDA registeredf transdermal homeopathic formulas contain specific homeopathic remedies, a liposome base, grain alcohol, and organic shea butter. There are no artificial preservatives or fragrances. This penetrates into the body very quickly because of the liposome base.


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