CLEARANCE ALLERMAC INGREDIENTS (Original Formula): Desmanthus illinoensis seed, Maclura pomifera leaf/ petiole/thorn, Silphium laciniatum (entire plant)
Allermac is a natural antihistamine with a kick. It gets rid of toxins from die-off, metal toxins, ammonia toxins, Lyme toxins, and more. In addition, it helps the body deal with the mold and fungus that may be causing allergies.
The intent is to get rid of the mold and fungus and the toxins in the body, then the body will not react so violently when it comes across a substance that irritates it. When allergies are persistent, then there is too much mold, fungus and or toxins in the body and especially in the gut. Allermac is designed to help your body heal and get your body back to a homeostasis.
Ingredients: Desmanthus illinoensis seed, Maclura pomifera leaf/ petiole/thorn, Silphium laciniatum (entire plant), pinellia (ban-xia), tangerine rind (chen-pi), red clover (Trifolium pratense)
Ethanol formula contains 20% Ethanol (pharmaceutical grade) and distilled water.
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Revamped Formula Ingredients: Desmanthus illinoensis seed, Maclura pomifera leaf/ petiole/thorn, Silphium laciniatum (entire plant), pinellia (ban-xia), tangerine rind (chen-pi), red clover (Trifolium pratense)
Tangerine rind (chen-pi):
“For accumulation of Phlegm and Damp in the Middle Jiao (Spleen and Stomach) with symptoms such as fatigue, low appetite, loose stool, diarrhea, abdominal fullness, chest oppression, and a greasy thick tongue coating. For accumulation of phlegm and Qi in the Lungs due to a weakness of the Spleen’s transforming function with symptoms such as cough with profuse phlegm, wheezing, dyspnea, and stifling sensation in the chest.”
-THC Acupuncture Clinic
“Dissolves Phlegm and Stops Cough. For accumulation of phlegm and Qi in the Lungs due to a weakness of the Spleen’s transforming function with symptoms such as cough with profuse phlegm, wheezing, dyspnea, and stifling sensation in the chest.”
-Sacred Lotus Chinese Medicine
*These comments have not been approved by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, or address disease. All of the products in the Jernigan Nutraceutical product line work to enhance and support the restoration of the structure and function of the body’s crystalline matrix. Always consult with your healthcare professional before beginning this or any other dietary supplement.
Red clover (Trifolium pratense):
Contains high levels of isoflavones, which exhibit antioxidant, anticancer, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Increasing evidence has highlighted the potential for isoflavones to prevent the chronic diseases in which inflammation plays a key role. It’s also a source of many valuable nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. Red clover has been shown to improve the flow of blood through arteries and veins. Red clover is thought to contain estrogen-like compounds.
Source: Isoflavones: Anti-Inflammatory Benefit and Possible Caveats by Jie Yu, Xiaojuan Bi, Bing Yu, and Daiwen Chen
Pinellia (Ban Xia)
“1. Eliminates Dampness and resolves Cold phlegm:
- For treating profuse phlegm accumulation, coughs, and the adverse upward flow of Qi and vertigo due to malfunction of the spleen and Dampness… (Wang, 1994)
- Relieves stuffiness and distension in the chest, and resolves masses: for treating globus hystericus, manifested clinically as a feeling of a foreign body remaining in the throat that seems neither able to be swallowed or spat out (Wang, 1994)”
Source: The Healing Power of Chinese Herbs and Medicinal Recipes by Joseph P. Hou, Youyu Jin
“Ban Xia is one of the most important herbs in Chinese medicine for drying dampness and transforming cold phlegm. While commonly incorporated into formulas to help expel phlegm from the lungs, Ban Xia really takes center stage in transforming cold phlegm conditions in the spleen and digestive tract. Thin, cold phlegm in the digestive tract is often the result of chronic insufficiency or hypo-functioning. In our culture, this is commonly attributed to dietary intemperance and overeating – we’re pretty good at that! The spicy and warm nature of the root has an affinity for the lung, spleen, and stomach channels. In addition to drying dampness, Ban Xia’s actions in the body help to descend rebellious qi, which can cause stomach upset and vomiting. Because it so effectively promotes directionality in the digestive system, Ban Xia is pivotal in reducing distension and stuffiness in the chest or abdomen. It can reduce brain fog caused by Lyme Disease, ease fluid retention, and dispel the feeling of a lump in the throat associated with emotional distress.”
Source: Sharon Sherman, L.O.M., founder of the Empirical Point Acupuncture practice in Philadelphia