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Xylotene Powder 50g

£19.99

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Xylotene is one of our most popular products because of its multi-faceted uses. Xylotene supports tissue repair by enabling the body to produce collagen, naturally. Initially, this supports an anti-inflammatory effect, but taken long-term,...

Vendor: Sweet Cures SKU: N/ACategories: Women's Health

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Xylotene is one of our most popular products because of its multi-faceted uses. Xylotene supports tissue repair by enabling the body to produce collagen, naturally. Initially, this supports an anti-inflammatory effect, but taken long-term, at a level of as little as a teaspoon per day, it gradually supports the body in building strong bones and maintaining calcium levels. Redistribution of calcium together with cross-linking collagen molecules is beneficial in multiple ways. Supplied in a child-proof re-sealable tub.

How to use Xylotene

Dissolved in a little warm water or a warm drink. It should be swilled around the mouth for a count of 60 seconds, and then swallowed. If used when you have a sore throat sore throat, sip slowly or gargle several times a day. The Xylose component of Xylotene ends up in the urine and can support recovery from complex bladder infections, as well as inflammation after a bladder infection is over.

Xylotene to Support a Healthy Body every day:

Teeth and Gums: dissolve a teaspoonful in 50mls water, rinse for one minute, spit or swallow.

Mouth Ulcers: put directly on mouth ulcers three to four times a day.

Good Bladder Health: take up to 4 times a day (a level teaspoon). Support bladder health by rinsing mouth before oral sex. Gargle.

Strong Bones: 1-2 teaspoons daily, as desired.

General Well-being: 1 teaspoon a day, in tea, water or juice

Collagen: 1-2 teaspoons daily

Using Xylotene against infection and other problems

Against infection, Xylotene can be used supportively against Streptococcus, which can cause throat infections, urine Infections and wound infections. It is very effective against mouth ulcers by helping to maintain oral health. Xylotene can be applied dry (a small teaspoonful) directly to the ulcerous area.

Xylotene does not need to be spat out after use. If swallowed, it will continue to do good work from the inside.

Using Xylotene as a prophylactic

Against acute problems, Xylotene can be taken four times a day, but for long-term use, as little as a teaspoonful, a day is helpful to support all round well-being.

Ingredients:

Pure 100% D-Xylose with added Xylitol.

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