Bromide product description
Bromide Plus is a multi-mineral powder to prepare nourishing shakes and teas. The unique combination of its ingredients make Bromide Plus a powerful nourisher for the bones and thyroid gland. It is helpful in treating bad breath, pulmonary illnesses, respiratory issues and dysentery. Bromide Plus acts as a natural diuretic, it suppresses the appetite, regulates the bowels, and it is helpful to the overall digestive system.
The main ingredients in Dr Sebi’s Bromide plus are:
1. Seamoss (Chondrus crispus)
2. Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosis)
The below are mainly based on the traditional or folk uses of the herbs.
Seamoss – a source of minerals. It is generally used for bronchitis and respiratory disorders, pulmonary tuberculosis and dry cough, inflammation of the kidneys and bladder, to cleanse mucous membranes, wasting health conditions, to put on weight, cachexia, inflammation of the alimentary canal, to protect the lining of the stomach, irritable stomach, gastric and duodenal ulcer and recovery from surgical operation.
Bladderwrack – one of the richest sources of minerals (micro-nutrients) chiefly iodine, sodium, manganese, sulphur, silicon, zinc and copper. It is used as a nutrient, detoxicant, to stimulate the circulation of lymph and endocrine gland. It is anti-hypothyroid, anti-obesic, anti-rheumatic, a blood tonic, adaptogen, laxative, antibiotic and mild diuretic; also lowers blood cholesterol levels. It is hypoglycemic and anti-microbial.
PDR for Herbal Medicines, 2000. Joerg Gruenwald etal
Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal medicine. Thomas Bartram
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