Watershed™ Super Diuretic Formula is the perfect quick fix for water weight loss. Taken periodically, Watershed™ is great for a special weekend trip or event and it works noticeably within 3 days.
Absolute Nutrition has formulated Watershed™ to help you get rid of that bloated look. This supplement is a powerful natural diuretic. Watershed™ combines all natural ingredients that are gentle on one’s system.
Watershed™ is the strongest diuretic available on the shelves that will not deplete potassium nor cause caffeine related side effects.
We combine Potassium, Uva Ursi (Bearberry) and Parsley with a botanical blend of Cornsilk Stylus, Couchgrass Rhizome, Rose Hips, Elecampane Root, Goldenrod, Celery Seed and Dandelion Root to create an effective and gentle diuretic blend.
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale) has traditionally been used to treat fluid retention and hepatic disorders, among other ailments. Recently, researchers have isolated a specific sterol, taraxsterol, which they believe is responsible for this herb’s powerful diuretic actions. Our dandelion root extract contains taraxsterol plus taraxol, taraxerol, taraxacin, and taraxinic acid, eudesmanolides and germacranolides. Dandelion is also a rich source of beta-carotene (more than carrots), beta-sistosterol, insulin and potassium. Scientists also believe that dandelion can work synergistically with other herbal diuretic preparations enhancing and augmenting overall efficacy.
Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva ursi L), or uva ursi, has a diuretic ability that is found in the chemicals arbutin, ursolic acid and isoquerticin.
Parley’s volatile oil component, notably myristicin and apiol, is known to be responsible for the diuretic action of this herb.
Cornsilk is a gentle diuretic.
Couchgrass has been used for centuries to flush out the kidneys.
Rosehips, Elecampane, and Celery Root are all water management herbs that work together for unparalleled diuretic efficacy.
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