BioKind ADI-TOX is a soothing cream containing a healthful blend of botanicals, formulated to act synergistically in support of detoxification to enhance your body’s natural processes. When applied to the abdominal area, ADI-TOX may reduce the appearance of body fat by supporting the body’s removal of toxins that encourage fat storage. The emollients in BioKind ADI-TOX soften and soothe the skin in the abdominal area as the beneficial herbal ingredients are absorbed.
BioKind Adi-Tox also comes in a larger 2.5 oz size
Humans are exposed to toxic materials via many avenues including water, air, food, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics. The kidneys, liver, colon, and skin are the human body’s natural detoxifiers. Since the skin is the largest organ in the human body, it could potentially be a hugely effective ally in this detoxification process.
Bioactive compounds from coriander (Coriandrum sativum), olive leaf (Olea europaea), dandelion root (Taraxacum officinale), and sea kelp (Laminaria digitata) act like magnets, binding with positively charged toxins then safely escorting them out of the body through normal waste excretion.
Detoxification is targeted toward the liver and abdominal area, where toxicity is believed to play a role in fat accumulation. Beneficial herbs in ADI-TOX also support the body’s ability to scavenge for harmful reactive oxygen species. Dandelion root extract (Taraxacum officinale); cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum verum); sea kelp (Laminaria digitata); and oleuropein, a polyphenol present in olive leaf extract (Olea europaea), exhibit beneficial antioxidant properties. In addition to its antioxidant properties, sea kelp’s antimicrobial properties make it a natural preservative in the ADI-TOX cream.
Our bodies do much of their healing, tissue repair, and major restorative functions during the nighttime hours while we rest. When ADI-TOX is applied before going to bed at night, it is absorbed through the skin and can work in concert with the body’s natural rhythm of detoxification, cleansing, and rejuvenation, while you sleep.
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