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48/7 Cleanse

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What is 48/7 Cleanse?

The 48/7 Cleanse has multiple pieces. But it depends on which kit you buy as to which pieces you get. They have one with the basic 48 hour cleanse and then a 7 day item. But there are others with detox wraps and “clay refill packs.” You will spend anywhere from about $80 up. But if for nothing else, it is important to remember the fact that wraps, patches, etc have not been proven and able to penetrate the skin and actually deliver the ingredients.
What Ingredients are in 48/7 Cleanse?

48/7 Cleanse ingredients include whole apple concentrate, white grape concentrate, aloe vera leaf extract, stevia leaf extract, apple pectin, green tea extract, xanthan gum, milk thistle seed extract, citrus bioflavonoid complex, fruit blend (pineapple, apple, orange, blueberry, grape, grapefruit, plum, raspberry, strawberry, watermelon, lemon, lime, cantaloupe, cherry, papaya, peach, pear), spirulina algae, vegetable blend (broccoli, carrots, tomato, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, beet, celery, kale, spinach, radish, leek, yellow pepper, onion), grape skin extract, lycium berry extract, barberry root, papaya fruit, Dandelion root, alfalfa leaf, atlantic kelp, black cohosh root, buchu leaf, burdock root, cayenne pepper fruit, chickweed (aerial parts), Echinacea (aerial parts), fennel seed, fenugreek seed, ginger root, gingko biloba leaf, grapefruit seed 10:1 extract, hawthorn berry, horsetail (aerial parts), Irish moss, licorice root, marshmallow root, milk thistle seed, mullein leaf, papaya leaf, peppermint leaf, plantain leaf, red clover flower, red raspberry leaf, safflower oil powder, skullcap root, slippery elm bark, uva ursi leaf, yarrow flower, yellow dock root and cranberry concentrate, Cascara Sagrada Bark, psyllium seed husk, beet fiber, oat bran, apple pectin, rice fiber, acacia gum, alfalfa leaf, fennel seed, barley grass, guar gum, lemon balm leaf, peppermint leaf, red raspberry leaf, slippery elm bark, chlorella, ginger root, rhubarb root, bentonite trace minerals, glucomannan, lactobacillus acidophilus, lactobacillus plantarum, bifidobacterium bifidum, and lactobacillus casei, and they don’t list ingredients for the clay wraps or refills.
What Else Should I Know about 48/7 Cleanse?

Though there are quite a few ingredients in this blend, none of these ingredients really promote colon cleansing, let alone in the small proprietary blends used by 48/7 Cleanse. They use quite a few fillers, hoping that you won’t really notice what is actually there. No colon cleanse should cost that much anyway. But we would suggest taking a look at more reasonable and more effective options found in our top picks.


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