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    Magic Cleanse


    Magic Cleanse provides a complete balance of botanical components which encourage regularity and cleansing of the digestive tract. The enzyme delivery system assists in the delivery of the botanicals as well as the breakdown of solid waste. Magic Cleanse can be used in conjunction with the Magic Bullet or can be used by itself. This product is very predictable and takes 10 - 12 hours to work effectively. The probiotic core, lipase etc., helps to restore a healthy intestinal floura. Learn More
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    Enzyme Magic


    Are you experiencing any of the following!? Constipation or chronic constipation, loose stool, hemmoroids, heartburn, bloating, indigestion, chronic fatigue, high cholesterol, heart disease, intestinal & colon problems. Enzyme Magic may be beneficial for you and may help your bowel program( better digestion=better elimination), and contribute to the reduction of disease & aging. Learn More
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    Cran Magic+


    Cran Magic+ capsules have been developed using a blend of ingredients that when take together can promote the health of the bladder, the kidney and the entire urinary tract.This combination of cranberry, zinc, herbs, vitamins, and enzymes provide for anti-adherence properties, healing properties, immune system enhancement, and anti-inflamatory benefits.Cranberry has been specifically studied and found to contain phytochemicals known as proanthocyanidins, which help maintain healthy flora in the urinary tract. Cranberry also keeps the bacteria from sticking to the cells lining the urinary tract. Learn More

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