Detoxic is an advanced dietry supplement that effectively removes all types of parasites and worms from the body. Its using is completely safe, no side effects were reported. Detoxic ™ has undergone clinical trials that have proven its potency. The composition is based on plant derived substances.
How does Detoxic work?
Detoxic ™ Dietary Supplement treatment results in:
- Excellent condition of the skin, hair and nails – for your younger look.
- Eliminating allergy!
- Regulated functioning of the intestines and the digestive system. You have a good sleep and perform more efficiently at work. You can do more – you don’t get weary!
- Removal of the parasites from your life, and all the accompanying ailments with them! You and your loved ones enjoy good health!
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Detoxic dietary supplement
Detoxic ™ Dietary Supplement (Detoxik) is a certified formulation recommended by helmintologists for in-home use for permanent elimination of parasites. Its composition is based on medicinal plants collected in the pristine environment. Since it is entirely natural, it can be used safely without a prescription made up by your doctor.
Detoxic ™ cause NOT side effects. Chemical drugs on prescription often cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting and deterioration in the biochemical balance of the liver. By using this preparation you will avoid all these inconveniences.
Composition of dietary supplement for parasites Detoxic
|Description of action|
/ effects on
parasites / organism
|Yarrow||Yarrow for parasites. Yarrow destroys parasites at every stage of development, cleanses them out of the body. It detoxifies, acts anti-hemorrhagically (hemostatic-leaf), anti-inflammatorilly (chamazulen-azulen), antibacterially, antifungally, astringently (tannins), cholagogically and stimulates appetite.|
|Fragrant cap||Fragrant cap restores intestinal microflora. It creates an environment in the body protecting the guts from recurrence of parasites. It has disinfecting, stimulating and diastolic action. Due to their highly disinfecting property, it can be used for all inflammations as well as for renal-bladder disorders. It regulates gastric function and intestinal peristalsis and helps to fight intestinal parasites. It supports the brain functioning and improves the body shape, as it stimulates the system to remove excess amount of water.|
|Common Centaury||Common Centaury treats wounds and has an anti-inflammatory properties as well as inhibits bleeding. It helps to rebuild damaged tissues and organs. It finds application in treating digestive disorders: lack of appetite, hypoacidity, abdominal pains and bloating, eructating, impaired bile secretion. In the Middle Ages, centaury was one of the ingredients of the famous therapeutic mixture – teriak, consisting of several dozens of herbs and used as an antidote to all kinds of ailments.|
Detoxic formulation contains about 20 other ingredients supporting detoxification of the body, fighting off parasites and restoring the internal balance of the body.
How do parasites get into the human body?
It’s easiest to get infected from the infected people. Another danger is water, soil and food, pets (eg cats, dogs), insects. The source of infection may also be public places and things that are situated there.
Typical symptoms of parasite infestation
- Allergy (rash, watering eyes and runny nose).
- Frequent colds, tonsillitis, blocked nose.
- Chronic fatigue (you get tired quickly no matter what you do).
- Frequent headaches, constipation or diarrhea.
- Aching muscles and joints.
- Nervousness, insomnia and appetite disorders.
- Dark circles around the eyes and bags under the eyes.
Parasites can grow up to 40 cm and lay 250 eggs at a time. They are a source of infectious diseases and cancer. They affect the liver, lungs, brain and heart.
Solution – Detoxic
Detoxic ™ (eco detox), owing to tannins, improves health and protects the liver, heart, lungs, stomach and skin from parasites. It reverses the symptoms of intestinal degradation and impaires the activeness of eggs laid by parasites by means of the active ingredients contained in the preparation.
Detoxic is available in Spain, Portugal, Deutschland, Austria, Italy, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Hungary, Rumania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Lihuania, Estonia, Latvia, Philipines, Thailand and Vietnam. In Thailand, it is called Intoxic.
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References & External links
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From the editorial office
The description is derived from the manufacturer and constitutes his opinion on the preparation. Any health complaints should be consulted with the doctor. The use of dietry supplements can not be a substitute for a varied diet. Dietary supplements for parasites and cleansing of the body Detoxic also appear in sale under the names D-Tox pro, Ddetoxic, Dedoxic, Deoxic, Deroxic, Detaxic, Detocic, Detoxic, Detoxin, Detoxit, Detoxix, Detoxsic and Detroxic.