Are you feeling extreme fatigue?

Consider giving your detoxifying organs some much-needed attention.*

CLEAR is formulated to support our detoxifying organs: kidneys, liver, and spleen. These vital organs do a tremendous amount of work in a day.

Take the liver, for example; it cleanses the body of toxins, produces digestion encouraging bile, and can detoxify much of what the human body encounters in a day, such as alcohol, harmful metals, and medications. When the liver is compromised, people often experience itching, fluid retention, fatigue, nausea, gallstones, blood vessel problems, and even diarrhea.

The kidneys deal with 200 liters of fluid every 24 hours, filtering blood and removing waste via the urine. They maintain proper sodium and potassium levels so our cells can work properly. Additionally, the kidneys secrete many essential hormones, such as renin, which helps keep blood pressure stable. Vitamin D needs to be “activated” by the kidneys before it can help with calcium absorption. So, if the kidneys aren’t able to do their job well, we may register low vitamin D values and develop muscle weakness and softening bones. Likewise, excess fluid and damaging toxins can build up and cause a host of symptoms such as extreme fatigue, lower back pain, water retention, headaches, and even high blood pressure.

The spleen is complimentary to the liver and kidneys acting as a filter for our blood and removing damaged red blood cells, unwanted bacteria, and viruses. It stores helpful minerals and components and returns them to parts of the body that require them when needed. When our spleen is enlarged or inflamed, we can experience anemia, fatigue, frequent infections, excessive bleeding, and an uncomfortable sensation of being overfull even when not eating much.

Most of us use a water filter these days. Part of owning one is having to replace the filters regularly, or the whole contraption doesn’t do us any good at all. Our bodies are made much more elegantly than a water purifier and can handle processing a lot, but they also need help with all that they are called on to cleanse in the toxic environment in which we live.

CLEAR is formulated to address this need. The ingredients in CLEAR are chosen to nourish and promote the cleansing of these vital purifying organs. Of course, when the liver, kidney, and spleen function at their best, both the lymphatic and digestive systems are happy as well. They are less taxed and can do their job more efficiently. There is also less chance of developing alarming health conditions due to the retention of damaging toxins.

Here are a few of the benefits of CLEAR’S carefully chosen ingredients:

Vitamin A plays a crucial role in immune function, vision, reproduction, and cellular communication. People low in vitamin A tend to have low iron levels, putting them at increased risk of severe infections and illnesses.

Magnesium (as citrate and malate): Magnesium encourages the bowels to eliminate toxins, helping alleviate stress on the liver. Intestinal toxins accumulate and circulate to the liver if not eliminated.

Mullein leaf: Extract from Mullein leaves has been shown effective against several species of disease-causing bacteria such as E. Coli.

Milk Thistle seed: This potent seed is believed to reduce liver damage caused by free radicals produced in the liver when metabolizing toxins.

Dandelion leaf: Long used as a traditional remedy for supporting the body’s waste elimination system, dandelion leaf is a natural diuretic, increasing the amount of water moving through the kidneys, thereby filtering out the blood’s waste.

Rosehip fruit: Rosehips are rich in disease-fighting antioxidants, especially vitamin C, so they naturally help lower irritation and oxidative stress in our organs.

Licorice root: Some of licorice’s 300 compounds display potent anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral effects.

Turkey Rhubarb root: This important root contains a rich source of immune system-boosting antioxidants, elimination encouraging fiber, and vitamin K.

Parsley: Parsley helps with urinary volume, thus aiding the kidneys and liver with their function.

Bromelain: Many studies find that bromelain is excellent at aiding in the reduction of inflammatory substances in the body.

Bentonite/Redmond clay: This very popular clay can bind to toxins and help to eliminate them from the body. It has a negative charge that allows it to bind to positively charged metals such as lead. Helping to rid the body of excess heavy metals facilitates its peak functionality.

Slippery Elm inner bark: This thick gel is found inside the bark and used by Native Americans to soothe wounds, fevers, ailments, and pain. Its antioxidants may help relieve inflammatory bowel conditions.

Elderberry fruit: Elderberry is an excellent source of fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins which positively influence the immune system and help soothe irritation in the body.

These great ingredients all:

  • have historical uses, applications, and benefits that are pretty amazing.
  • can all be found in CLEAR!

Give your body’s hardworking detoxifying organs the attention they deserve to help maximize their potential for eliminating harmful toxins.

Quality Matters

As always, FGF USA professional-grade products assure you of being of the maximum quality. They are:

  • non-GMO, meaning it is free of genetically modified ingredients.
  • made in the USA.
  • produced at FDA-inspected GMP facilities that work with independent labs to ensure potency and purity.

* 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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