Digestive enzymes such as pancreatin, bromelain and papain.
PSYLLIUM HUSKS are recognized as an exceptional source of dietary fiber. The small particles of husks are non-digestible and scrape the walls of the tract as they pass through.
RICE BRAN works in the same manner as Psyllium. Other natural fibers that perform the same task are wheat bran, oat bran, and flax seeds.
CLAY is an interesting natural substance. In fact, there are cultures that make “eating dirt” part of their health maintenance program.
PECTIN is a substance found in fruits and vegetables. It adds bulk to the diet and is important to the function of the bowels.
SLIPPERY ELM BARK is considered a mucilaginous herb, that is, an herb which contains a gummy substance found in the seeds, roots or bark. Marshmallow Root is similar to Slippery Elm in this aspect.