Ingredients and their benefits

Other potential benefits of Ojibwa Extract are:

1. Calms the body, because It Is a natural sedative.
2. Decreases pain and can eliminate it all together in many severe cases.
3. Stops hemorrhages, yet builds up the blood.
4. Prevents and corrects constipation.
5. Restores taste buds.
6. Helps digestion.
7. Helps cure ‘Insomnia.
8. Boosts Immune System (of great benefit while undergoing radical cancer therapy)
9. Helps heal intestinal burns from radiation therapy.
10. Helps prevent the detrimental effect of aluminum, lead and mercury poisoning.
11. Protects against toxins entering the brain.
12. Instills a feeling of overall well being.
13. Decreases nodular mass.
14. Reduces heavy metal deposits In tissue, especially those surrounding the joints. Relieves Inflammation and stiffness. This may be why Ojibwa Extract works against arthritic symptoms.

  • INGREDIENT: Where It Comes From These Herbs are all non-toxic and non-Irradiated. Nothing has been added or removed. They originated in Ontario, Canada and are now available In the United States. According to herbalist Barbara Mowbray.
  • BURDOCK ROOT (Arcilum Lappa) has been used for centuries. Eaten as spring greens, it eliminates the production of bile and helps liver function. As a first year root, dug in
  • the autumn, it is used as a blood purifier, it is renowned for reducing the pain and swelling of arthritis, burdock root has many other qualities, but perhaps the most germane is its reputation for tumor regression, immune enhancement and its positive affect on diabetes.
  • TURKEY RHUBARB (Rheum Palmatum) In its root stock form is used as both a laxative and an astringent depending upon the dose. It is effective for diarrhea and also known to work in removing debris and cleansing the bowels. In Chinese medicine it is used to treat fevers and has been used to treat chronic liver problems. Liver toxicity is often found in cancer patients.
  • SHEEP SORREL (Rumex Acetosella) has been used to treat scurvy, to strengthen the heart and to cool the liver. Sheep sorrel is respected as a diuretic and as a treatment of blood disorders as well as assisting with skin problems. A decoction can be used either internally or externally.
  • SLIPPERY ELM BARK (Ulmus Fulva) is used to heal wounds and is known for the blanketing effect it has on mucus membranes of the digestive system. It is soothing for sore throats and coats the intestinal tract, producing speculation that its role is to protect the body when toxins are released. Each of these herbs are rich in vitamins and minerals and were used by the Ojibwa Indians for food when none was available.