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Help to bring a little balance back to your belly with GUT PRIMER™ Inner Beauty Support™.
This nourishing restorative powder has been designed to help repair and soothe the gut with a blend of herbs and nutrients used in treatments to help heal leaky gut, as well as superfood ingredients which work synergistically to help support digestive health.
Herbs such as slippery elm, milk thistle and turmeric have been traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to support digestion, while slippery elm and licorice root are also traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to help calm and strengthen the gut lining.
As our overall health, beauty and wellbeing are so intimately linked to our gut health, this blend is intended to holistically support your health from the inside, out. Turmeric is used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine to help relieve inflammation, while zinc is integral for immune function and skin health.
Our philosophy at The Beauty Chef is that ‘beauty begins in the belly’ and GUT PRIMER™ is designed to help bring this philosophy to life – prime your belly, prime your skin
HOW TO USE
Adults: Take 10g (1 level metric tablespoon) once daily in 200mL of water with food. Store below 30ºC. Unfortunately this product is not suitable for children.
Licorice root - Traditionally used in Western herbal medicine to support gut wall integrity and maintain mucous membrane health, licorice is also considered anti-inflammatory and is used to support adrenal health.
Slippery elm - Used in Western herbal medicine, slippery elm bark helps to maintain digestive health and function, support and repair gastrointestinal mucous membrane health.
Turmeric - Turmeric is used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory and to aid digestion.
Milk thistle - This nourishing herb is used in Western herbal medicine to help support digestive system health while also helping to maintain liver function.
Aloe vera - A soothing plant used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine to calm and support the delicate mucous linings of the digestive system.