Traditional Support for Healthy Prostate and Urinary Tract!
They help flush harmful toxins out of the kidneys, bladder and urinary system, enabling the body to work with maximum efficiency.* At the same time, Pro•Essence® gently accelerates the action of the bowels*. The result is an improvement in health caused by the removal of waste matter through the lower organs. Pro•Essence® may also be used as an effective adjunct with Flor•Essence®, as it further assists in discharging accumulated toxins and wastes.*
- Pro•Essence® is a unique combination of 5 synergistic herbs including prickly ash bark, juniper berry, burdock root, slippery elm bark and Uva ursi (bearberry)
- In easily digested vegetarian capsules, suitable for vegetarians or vegans
- Free of yeast, dairy, fillers and additives
- Packaged in environmentally-friendly amber glass bottles
- Helps support the health of the prostate and urinary tract*
- Prickly ash bark has a stimulating and rejuvenating effect on the body, juniper berry has a successful reputation as an effective diuretic, burdock root has been prized throughout the world for centuries for its powerful cleansing and purifying properties, slippery elm bark has a soothing nature and assists in dissolving and eliminating excess mucus, and Uva ursi (bearberry) is a popular astringent*
Burdock root contains at least five powerful flavonoid-type antioxidants that are more powerful antioxidants than vitamin C. As a mildly bitter-tasting herb, it increases saliva and bile secretion, which aids digestion and cleanses the liver.(1)*
Prickly ash bark stimulates the flow of saliva and mucus and has significant diuretic activity. The bark also stimulates circulation.(2)*
Juniper berry tea is listed in the German Pharmacopoeia as a treatment for dyspeptic complaints including gas, heartburn, indigestion and flatulence.(3)*
1. Duh, PD. 1998. Antioxidant activity of burdock (Arctium lappa Linne): its scavenging effect on free-radical and active oxygen. J Am Oil Chem Soc 75 (4): 455-461.
2. Ju Y, Still CC, Sacalis JN, Li J, Ho CT. 2001. Cytotoxic coumarins and lignans from extracts of the northern prickly ash (Zanthoxylum americanum). Phytother Res. 2001 Aug; 15(5): 441-3.
3. Duke, J. 1997: The Green Pharmacy, The Ultimate Compendium of Natural Remedies from the World's Foremost Authority on Healing and Herbs. pp. 53; 545. Rodale Press.
Not Intended As Medical Advice.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.