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The majority of Pure Herbs products are liquid, alcohol extracts. Why choose a liquid over the capsule? Extracts are intended to be used to supplement the diet with herbal foods in an easily absorbable form. Most people are not even aware that they may be carrying around as much as ten pounds or more of rather disgusting debris coating the surfaces of their digestive canal: stomach, small and large intestines. This ‘garbage’ forms a barrier between the food which is eaten and the ability to absorb the needed nutrition. This means the digestive system needs some help. The intestinal system is often clogged or very slow to empty due to debris. if not eliminated on a timely basis, this putrid barrier film can itself be constantly reabsorbed back into the body. Not only is this barrier of debris bad for absorption of commonly eaten foods, but also herbal powders, herbal powders in capsules, herbal pills, and vitamin tablets. Herbal extracts are an efficient method to get herbal foods absorbed through this barrier film and dissolve the barrier itself. Not only can they cross the debris barrier, they do so rapidly and help to dissolve the barrier in the process. As a matter of fact, an herbal extract can be applied externally right over the area where required. This, of course, would be difficult to do with a capsule of powdered herbs or a tablet.
An herbal extract can be made with anything which allows an herb to dissolve in it. This can include most common liquids, such as distilled water, vinegar, wine, glycerin (sugar and fat compound most commonly derived from animal tissue) or a neutral alcohol. When you put an herbal tea bag into a cup of hot water, the color, taste, and aroma which dissolve into the water make an herbal extract (or water extract). However, some parts of the herb in the tea bag do not dissolve in water. Water will not dissolve the oily, waxy, detergent, enzymatic or hormonal content of the herb. Vinegar, wine and glycerin are substances which also can dissolve a small amount of this, but not all of the necessary active ingredients of the herb.
A combination of distilled water and a neutral alcohol is the best fluid known for dissolving all parts of an herb. A water and neutral alcohol extract provide an herbal food in a "predigested" form. It should be noted that when you get the full strength of an herbal food, a little goes a long way. So don't overdo and ‘eat’ too much. This is a "natural medicine" made from an herbal food. The concept of moderation is the key.
Pure herbs products can be purchased through this website or you can download a distributorship form and purchase directly from the company. To learn more about a requirements for a distributorship click here.
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