This product is not manufactured with milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts or soy. It is produced in a GMP facility that processes some of these allergens. As part of GMP, quality procedures to prevent cross contamination and allergen contamination include separate warehousing, special air handling systems, physical separators, robust cleaning procedures, residue testing after cleaning, equipment surface swabs, etc. The standard operating procedures ensure compliance with current FDA guidelines and requirements for allergen control.
No, but to be on the safe side, it's recommended that you take any medications a minimum of 20 minutes before or an hour after using the Colon Regenerator.
Psyllium can make tetracycline antibiotics less effective, so consult your doctor for guidance before using Colon Regenerator while on a regimen of antibiotics.
The Colon Regenerator by itself tends to be gentle, soothing, and healing of intestinal tissue -- particularly when used in the one scoop a day, month-long program. You can start with that and see how it goes. If you feel comfortable, you can follow up with a liver detox. Be sure and check with your physician before starting any cleansing program though. For all the information you need on doing the detoxes, check out: The Detox Center.
No, charcoal is not harmful. You can even buy charcoal tablets in the health food store, not to mention the fact that charcoal is one of the prime remedies for accidental poisonings. Perhaps you are referring to the byproducts produced when you cook meat at high temperatures on a charcoal grill. That, of course, has nothing to do with the charcoal, but rather the meat and the high temperature.
The Colon Regenerator is not recommended while breastfeeding. The product can stir up toxins that make their way into the blood and milk. The odds are minimal that it would be a problem, but it's still best to wait until you finish breastfeeding before doing a full detox.
Yes, Colon Regenerator can be taken more than once a day for cleansings. Note: the more Colon Regenerator you take, the more likely it is that you will bind up. Colon Regenerator contains clay and requires a Colon Corrective type formula to keep things moving when taken in large enough amounts -- which varies from person to person. Here is a link to information on how to use these formulas.
For obvious legal reasons, we cannot diagnose or prescribe for specific medical conditions, merely provide information. With that in mind ... There are only 300 mg of whole licorice (not concentrate or extract) in each serving of Colon Regenerator. That's a very small amount. It is included primarily for its ability to soothe the intestinal tract. So far, no one with high blood pressure has reported any problem at all associated with using the Colon Regenerator. In fact, most report a reduction in blood pressure as a result of doing the detox.
Yes, one of the main ingredients in the Colon Regenerator is powdered charcoal.
No, but again, to be on the safe side, it's recommended that you take any medications a minimum of 20 minutes before or 60 minutes after the colon detox powder so that there is no chance the detox powder will absorb the medication.
There are no food restrictions on the colon cleanse, but be smart. Reduce your intake of what causes problems in the first place: processed foods, excessive amounts of meat, commercial dairy, and sugar. Try to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.
During the intestinal detox, you can continue to take all of your supplements. And once again, to be on the safe side, it's recommended that you take any supplements or medications a minimum of 20 minutes before or 60 minutes after the colon regenerator powder so that there is no chance the detox powder will absorb them.
The more consistent you are, the better the overall results. If a dose is missed, make it up one hour after you have taken your next scheduled dose and take the Regenerator for an extra day or two to finish the canister. In the end, though, a cleanse is defined by finishing the canister no matter how many days it actually takes.