REPROGRAMING THE WAY YOU DO HEALTH ☺
PH Secrets was created after we were done depending on pills for everything, we rebelled and created a home for all the silent healers in the world. We opened our doors to plants, flowers & roots, and created a safe haven for them to live in harmony and took the time to learn from them and created products as delicate as our own bodies are.
Adding CBD to our products boosts our love for healthy alternative solutions. Please join the movement with us, by taking back our health from medications and recreate the world like our ancestors lived while adding new technologies along with nature to create products at the reach for everyone.
Helps restore kidney issues
Ingredients: Infused with Horsetail, Marshmallow Leaf, Plantain Leaf, Oregano, Cranesbill Root, Dandelion, Ginger, Green Tea, Magnesium, Garlic, Colloidal Silver, Echinacea, Aloe Vera, L-Carnitine, VitB6, Pantothenic Acid, VitC, VG, PGA, Water, & CBD.
CBD Content: 450mg CBD 30ml
Main Herbal Ingredient: Horsetail: According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, a study shows that due to the diuretic activity of Horsetail, it may be beneficial for patients with kidney stones. Especially the uric acid kidney stones which are usually associated with Gout disease. Normally, uric acid kidney stones develop when the urine excretion is lower compared to uric acid in the bloodstream on the whole and uric acid deposits or stones are lodged into urinary canal and kidneys.
Horsetail is a thin, and sterile perennial plant with a rhizomatous stem that looks like the tail of a bird or a horse. It is reproduced by its spores instead of the seeds. It is also known as Pewterwort (due to its use in polishing pewter and wood), Scouring Rush( due to the abrasive coating of silicates on its stems which were used for scouring metal pots). Its other common names are Shavegrass, Candock, Paddock pipes, Bottle brush, Horsetail Fern, Field Horsetail, Common Horsetail or Giant Horsetail. Ancient Greeks, Roman, and Chinese herbalists have been using Horsetail for its health benefits for centuries. Aside from its health benefits, its leaves have been used for dyeing a soft green color, the stalks were used to make whistles to call spirits, Indians used it to polish wooden tools, in Japan horsetail is still used as the finest sand paper to sand the wood before varnishing and in shampoos and cosmetics. However, horsetail is valued more for its health benefits due to a number of great minerals and other nutrients it contains, such as manganese, calcium, iron, flavonoids, caffeic acid esters, saponins, tannins, alkaloids, fatty acids, phytosterols, glycosides, phenolic acids, aconitic acid, and silica. Similar to Alfalfa plant, Horsetail is capable of absorbing unique minerals from the earth like Silica which is not found in many other plants.