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Quicksilver Scientific IMD Intestinal Cleanse

The Cutting Edge of Therapeutic Detoxification

Enhances the natural removal of metals through the intestines

Contains 6 grams of IMD (3 month supply)

Quicksilver Scientific’s sophisticated detoxification supplement that optimizes the natural removal of metals through the intestines. This proprietary compound, IMD Intestinal Cleanse, supplements the natural action of glutathione in the intestines. IMD delivers insoluble thiol groups to bind and remove heavy metals accumulated in the intestines and to directly quench free-radicals.

IMD’s actions enhance Phase III Detoxification – the system of transporters leading out of the body.

• Binds mercury and other heavy metals in the intestines and escorts these harmful contaminants out of the body.
• Intercepts methylmercury and other metals trapped in enterohepatic circulation. Binds and removes intestinal heavy metals.
• Leads to lowering of blood mercury levels, allowing organ and tissue bound mercury safely to drain into the blood at a natural rate.
• Improves the body’s natural detoxification ability by quenching free radicals and stopping metal-catalyzed free- radical reactions which can lead to inflammation and cause down-regulation of detox transporters (Phase III transporters — OATs, cMOAT, MRPs, etc).1
• Fortifies the link between the intestines and the immune system

Other Ingredients: Base of highly purified silica with covalently bonded elements. Contains no known allergens. Contraindications: Not to be used by infants, pregnant or nursing women.

Quicksilver Scientific IMD




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