Something for a Mini Rehab
Drinking nights can be fun. But sometimes the mornings after are not. Something® for a mini-rehab contains milk thistle, artichoke and choline, which contributes to the maintenance of a normal liver function, helps breaking down harmful alcohol-induced toxins and restores lost vitamins and minerals. You'll wake up feeling great.
Good for hang over prevention: wake up feeling great the morning after.
- Helps with unhealthy eating, alcohol or chemicals.
- Made with Milk Thistle to aide in protection of your liver from toxins such as alcohol, tobacco or chemical substances.
- GMO free
- Refined sugar free
- Gluten free
- Lactose free.
- Contains 10 capsules
About Milk Thistle:
Milk thistle is very well established amongst natural medicine practitioners all over the world and is one of the most well researched plants in the treatment of liver disease and toxicity for over 2000 years. Silymarin (active ingredient) has been reported to protect liver cells from a wide variety of toxins, such as alcohol. One explanation is the ability of milk thistle to stimulate the liver regeneration.
Ingredients: milk thistle extract, artichoke extract, dandelion extract, black radish extract, boldo extract, rosemary extract, zinc gluconate, Choline Bitartrate, fumitory extract, manganese gluconate, Inositol, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, titanium dioxide, sílica, magnesium stearate, maltodextrin
*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 and is intended for healthy adults 18 years of age or older. We cannot guarantee that you will not experience side effects, short or long term. When you purchase and/or use this product you agree that your use of the product is completely at your own risk and further agree to hold Intimate Wellness Shop, Inc. and their officers and directors harmless from any claims of liability. The information provided does not constitute medical advice and should not take the place of consulting a physician. This information does not and should not replace treatment from a medical professional. If you need medical advice or assistance, you should consult a physician.