Mountain Meadow Herbs Para-Rid - 8 ozs.

Mountain Meadow Herbs Para-Rid - 8 ozs.

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Science now confirms when we taste something bitter neurotransmitters are released into the nervous tissue fiber sending signals to the brain. A nerve impulse is then released, increasing activity in the stomach, intestines, gallbladder and liver. Para-Rid contains extracts of the most bitter herbs known to man, along with Green Black Walnut Hulls, Cloves and Wormwood.

Enjoy the powerful, concentrated internal cleansing benefits of Para-Rid.

You will need approximately 1 oz. per child and 2-3 oz. per adult (12 yrs & up). Do not administer to children under 2 or while pregnant or nursing.

Suggested Use:

Begin 2 days before the full moon. Following the dosage chart below, take Para-Rid 3 times daily before meals for 6 days. Do another 6 day treatment starting 2 days before the following full moon.

Caution: We do not suggest children under the age of 2 yrs., or moms who are nursing or expecting using Para-Rid

2-5 yrs. 25-60 lbs. 1 dropper

6-11 yrs. 61-100 lbs. 1 ½ droppers

12+ yrs. 101-150 lbs. 2 droppers

Adult 151-200 lbs. 2 ½ droppers

Adult 201-250 lbs. 3 droppers

Adult 250+ lbs. 4 droppers

2 full droppers equal to approx. ¼ teaspoon. A “full dropper” is 1 squeeze on the dropper.

Supplement Facts

Proprietary Blend of Extracts 2.46 ml†

Organic Green Rooibos Tea Leaf, Quassia Wood Chips, Organic Gentian Root, Green Black Walnut Hull, Organic Wormwood Herb, Organic Cloves, Organic Catnip Leaf & Flower, Organic Elecampane Root, Organic Ginger Root, Organic Fennel Seed, Organic Olive Leaf, Organic Peppermint Oil.

† Daily Value not established

Other Ingredients: vegetable glycerine, distilled water, and approx. 10% grain alcohol.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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