IMD Intestinal Cleanse Powder | 6gQuicksilver Scientific
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- Attaches to methylmercury and other metals and escorts them out of the body
- Supports detoxification
- Cleans the intestine
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Store this product at Room Temperature
Each scoop delivers 100 mg of IMD. A serving is 1-2 scoops. Each bottle contains 60 100 mg servings (a 3 month supply).
IMD is a proprietary, highly purified silica with covalently attached thiolic (sulfur) metal-binding groups. IMD helps to bind metals in the intestines. IMD does not enter the bloodstream, and thus will not lead to surges of mobilized metals that can potentially burden the kidney and liver. By escorting metals safely out through the intestines, organ and tissue-bound mercury can naturally drain into the blood at a slow, steady rate. It may then be safely eliminated via the liver and kidneys.
Elimination of metals supports intestinal health and reduces intestinal inflammation. This helps restore blocked detoxification pathways. Both the silica base and the binding agents in IMD are GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) for use in food.
|Serving Size: 200 mg (about 2 scoops)|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Silica Extract||200 mg||**|
|* Daily Value not established.|
Do not use if safety seal is broken. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep your licensed healthcare practitioner informed when using this product.
Add 1-2 scoops IMD to a soluble Vitamin C solution or Phospholipid suspension or add to food 2-3 times per day as directed by a healthcare practitioner. For liquids, stir to create a suspension and drink quickly before IMD settles,
preferably on an empty stomach; take with small amount of food if stomach upset occurs.