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Pure Herbs: L.6-W

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Product Description

Pure Herbs: L.6-W 4 oz. - Beneficial to aid digestion and provides herbal nourishment for expectant mothers.*


COMBINATION: AngelicaBlue CohoshBlue VervainPartridge BerryPennyroyalRed Raspberry LeafSpikenard



NOTE: Available by special order only. This is due to the paradox caused by the FDA approved product description, "...provides herbal nourishment for expectant mothers." and the FDA mandated warning on all products containing alcohol: "Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women." Please just drop us a line if you'd like to order. Contact Us

This is a great combination of herbs but, like all Pure Herbs' liquid supplements it has neutral grain spirits (aka alcohol) as one of its primary ingredients. Here is more information directly from Pure Herbs' website: https://www.pureherbs.com/t-aboutus.productquality.aspx

...Depending on the quantity taken, a neutral grain alcohol performs different functions when introduced into the body. In minute quantities (drops), it acts as a carrier for whatever is dissolved in it. The distilled water, herb(s) and neutral grain alcohol in a finished product, form an association or complex which can actually show up as a lower amount of alcohol than you started with. The dissolved dietary supplement substances, in this kind of liquid, are very easily absorbed by the body. In larger quantities, alcohol acts as a stimulant. By the glassful, alcohol acts as a depressant to body functions and an intoxicant. This constitutes abuse rather than use.

Dr. William Donald Kelly, author of many books on natural ways to become healthier, tells us that the human pancreas (principal digestive organ of the body) actually produces a small amount of natural, neutral alcohol on a constant basis so that we will not freeze. As a further observation, most mouthwashes and deodorants utilize a fairly high percentage of alcohol which acts as a carrier for mouth and breath cleansing substances or deodorant. In many cases, these are extracts of cleansing and aromatic substances and the alcohol acts as a carrier. If a person can use a mouthwash or underarm deodorant, they can probably use an herbal extract without a problem. If they cannot use a mouthwash or underarm deodorant without a problem, then they should probably use capsules, tablets and/or teas.

A fair question might be how much neutral grain alcohol should an extract contain? Roughly, a mixture of one-third neutral grain alcohol and two-thirds distilled water will dissolve enough of the herb so that a person gets the proper nourishment in a few drops of the extract. When you add more distilled water, then you need more extract to do the same thing. An extract could be made with so much distilled water that you would have to consume bottles of the extract to achieve the same nutritional value you could get in a few drops of a one-third neutral grain alcohol extract.

- Dr. Eugene C. Watkins B.S.ed., M.S., N.D.


Thanks for your understanding! 





The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice by a licensed physician. You should consult a physician regularly in all matters and especially in matters of diagnosis, treatment or cure of diseases or other physical or mental conditions.

*This product has not been evaluated by the American Medical Association or the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Warning: Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. If you have a medical condition or are taking medication, consult your doctor prior to use. Discontinue use and consult with your doctor if any adverse reactions occur.

NOTICE: All Pure Herbs liquid dietary supplements are extracted using distilled water and neutral grain spirits.

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