Remedylink Glytamins Suppositories 10 Count

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  • Remedylink Glytamins Suppositories 10 Count
  • glytamins
  • RemedyLink
  • $89.00 inc. tax

Remedylink Glytamins Suppositories 10 Count Summary

Glytamins Suppositories help cleanse the body more effectively than herbs. Many health conditions can be traced back to improper function of the liver, gall bladder and kidneys. Glytamins suppositories are designed to support the body in both the cleansing of these organs as well as their proper maintenance and regeneration.

Glytamins suppositories replace the kidney and gall bladder flushes with amino acids and herbs to support the body in dealing with gallstones, bile sludge and kidney stones.

Unlike the older olive oil, lemon juice and epsom salt flush, which drains the body of bile fluid, Glytamins rebuilds the bile supply.

Ingredients: Glycine 120 mg, taurine 120 mg, phosphatidyl choline 120 mg, bupleurum 120 mg, chanca piedra 120 mg, peppermint 20 mg, magnesium di-potassium EDTA 20 mg, organic cocoa butter.


Glytamins MP3

Intestinal Health

Bile is responsible for many aspects of our intestinal health. Bile neutralizes stomach acids, emulsifies fats, is a natural laxative and kills parasites and candida. Insufficient bile can cause ulcers, malnutrition, constipation, and allow parasitic and fungal infestations. Glytamins may support the body in maintaining proper bile manufacture and flow.

 

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 suppository
Servings Per Container: 10

Amount Per Serving

Glycine

120 mg

Taurine

120 mg

Phosphatidyl choline

40 mg

Magnesium Di-Potassium EDTA

20 mg

Chanca Piedra

120 mg

Bupleurum

120 mg

Peppermint

120 mg


Dosage and Use:


Warnings:


Note: Storing this product at room temperature will not alter the effectiveness or potency. However a firm suppository is necessary for a comfortable and easy insertion. Therefore we recommend that this product be stored in the refrigerator to maintain firmness. If the suppository does become soft, place the suppository in the refrigerator to achieve the firmness needed for comfortable insertion Avoid excessive heat (80°F). Store in a cool place 8° to 15°C (46° to 59°F) or refrigerate. When using nutritional supplements or nutraceuticals, please inform your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition healthcare professional.

Dosage Protocol


How To Insert Rectal Suppositories

  1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Prior to using/inserting suppositories, it is best to attempt to evacuate by attempting to have a bowel movement. We recommend, if possible, that the suppositories be inserted after you have attempted to move your bowels. This helps in the first of the four pharmacokinetic processes: absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination (Hollenberg & Brody, 1998). If you chose to use a latex glove to insert the suppository, place the glove on the hand you will use to insert the suppository. Gloves are very inexpensive gloves can be purchased at most pharmacies.
  2. Take the suppository out of the refrigerator. The suppositories retain cold so they will be comfortable. By keeping the suppository in the refrigerator, the suppository will be hard and easier to insert. ONLY the DMSA suppository cannot be refrigerated or kept in freezer since the cold decreases potency.
  3. Open plastic suppository shell by pulling apart the 2 tabs located at the tapered end.
  4. If necessary, lubricate the suppository tip with tap water or a lubricant such as K-Y Lubricating Jelly or Vaseline.. If you do not have this lubricant, moisten the SUPPOSITORY with cool tap water. Note that after a shower, insertion is quite easy. Note that the use of the lubricating jelly and/or cool water will hasten the separation of the base material form the nutrients, and thus enhance the absorption process.
  5. Lie on your side with your lower leg straightened out and your upper leg bent forward toward your stomach.
  6. Lift upper buttock to expose the rectal area.
  7. Insert the suppository flat side first (not the tapered end pushing with your finger until it passes the muscular sphincter of the rectum, about 1/2 to 1 inch in infants and 1 inch in adults. ) By inserting the flat end first retention and post insertion comfort is improved. If the suppository is not inserted past this sphincter muscle, the suppository may pop out (see below). The placing of the flat side first into the rectum triggers a reflex contraction of the rectal tissue that causes the suppository to be pulled up into the rectum where it is more comfortably retained.
  8. Hold buttocks together for a few seconds and you are finished!
  9. Discard used materials and wash your hands thoroughly. If you have used a latex glove, pull the glove inside out then discard. Remember, if you have problem with retaining the suppository, a simple strategy to insure retention is to lying down for about 5-15 minutes as this will help you retain the suppository.

* 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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