• For the improvement of general well-being.                                                  
  • Helps to maintain healthy kidney function.                                  
AUD $15.59 each
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Rudolf Breuss, a natural healer, was a most extraordinary man who devoted his long life to helping people. Born in 1899 into an impoverished Austrian family, he had a desire to help at a very early age. His eager young mind absorbed every snippet of knowledge he could lay his hands on. He educated himself by reading books and attending lectures whenever he could - a practise he maintained throughout his life. Today Breuss' legacy lives on in the form of The Breuss Cancer Cure book that has sold over a million copies world-wide. I have included his kidney tea blend because I have great respect for the work of this man.

Medicinal Use
Take for the improvement of general well-being and to help maintain healthy kidney function. Claims are based on traditional use in western herbal medicine.

Dosage
Infuse 2.5 mL (1/2 level metric teaspoon) with one cup of boiled, purified or filtered water. Steep for 10 minutes and strain. Take the strained tea dregs, add two more cups of water and simmer this mixture for 10 minutes. Strain and mix the two preparations together.

Precautions
Use only as directed.

Duration of Use
Take for three weeks with a 2-3 week break.

Interaction with Other Medication
St John's wort in this blend affects the way many prescription medicines work, including the oral contraceptive pill - consult your doctor.

Active Ingredients

Each 5 mL level metric spoon contains:  
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) stem dry 154 mg
Greater nettle (Stinging nettle) herb dry 103 mg
Knotgrass (Polygonum aviculare) herb dry 82 mg
St John's wort herb dry 62 mg

Features / Benefits

  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
  • Loose herbs with a long shelf life.
  • Economical way of taking herbal medicine.
  • Free from preservatives, artificial colours, caffeine, yeast, gluten, alcohol and lactose.
  • Manufactured to strict pharmaceutical standards and listed with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).