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Liddell Homeopathic Chemical Detox Spray -- 1 fl oz

Liddell Homeopathic Chemical Detox Spray
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Liddell Homeopathic Chemical Detox Spray -- 1 fl oz

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Liddell Homeopathic Chemical Detox Spray Description

  • Detoxifier for Household & Industrial Chemicals
  • Relieves Symptoms of Chemical Toxicity
  • Doctor Formulated
  • Readily Absorbed
  • Safe
  • No Known Side Effects
  • Easy to Use
  • Scientifically Tested

Spray Your Way to Health

Oral sprays, a Liddell innovation, are the modern and better way to deliver medication.

Here's why:

  • Fast absorption
  • Easy to swallow
  • Accurate-dose spray pump
  • Convenient
  • No negative side effects
  • No known contraindications

 Uses Detoxifier for household and industrial chemicals. Provides relief for symptoms associated with the accumulation of chemical toxins:

• fatigue

• dizziness

• weakness

• headache

• poor concentration

• dry skin


Adults and children over 12: Spray twice under the tongue three times per day. For severe symptoms, dosage may be taken up to six times the first day.

Children 12 and under: Consult a doctor prior to use.


Use daily for one month, then daily one week per month for the next three months.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active Ingredients:arsenicum alb 200c, carduus mar 3x, hepar suis 6x, lung suis 6x, pancreas suis 6x, radim brom 200c, serum anguillae 30c, terebinthina 6x, x-ray 200c, zingiber officinale 6x.Inactive Ingredients: Organic alcohol 20% v/v, purified water.

Do not use if you have ever had an allergic reaction to this product or any of its ingredients. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms persist, worsen or if new symptoms occur. If pregnant or breast feeding, ask a doctor before using this product.

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A 2-Step Detox Plan You Can Do Anytime to Refresh Your Body

What you put in your body matters. Food fuels you and gives you the energy you need to get through the day. There are a lot of different choices when it comes to food. There’s also a vast divergence in the quality of foods that we consume.

Woman Following Detox Tips Pouring Fresh Fruit Smoothie From Pitcher Into Glass |

In a world filled with tempting treats and eats, it’s good to take some time and reassess what your body needs. Ask yourself a couple of questions.

  1. How am I feeling right now?
  2. Am I giving my body the proper nutrition it needs?

Take stock. Just the act of pausing in your day-to-day affairs and asking the question slows you down and raises awareness. It also lets you be objective about where you’re at with your health and set intentions for where you feel you need to be. Then you can take steps to act on these intentions.

If you’ve been dealing with aches and pains, stiffness or swelling, your body may be affected by inflammation. A simple cleanse can be a great way to get your body back on track. 

Here are some detox tips on what to clear out and what to add in to return your body to equilibrium and give yourself a little relief.

What to remove: 

The typical American diet is filled with sugar, fat and fillers, all of which can wreak havoc on the body.

Cut out processed foods and try and go for whole-food alternatives. The closer it is to the earth, meaning the least interference it has on the way to your mouth, the better.

Avoid soda, sugary drinks, foods and desserts, as well as alcohol. (Try this plan to stop eating sugar for good!) Cut out dairy products, meats, trans fats and refined carbohydrates as well.

Something to consider. Gluten can be another inflammatory culprit affecting the gut as well as causing widespread inflammation if you’re intolerant to it. Remove it for a bit to see if you have any improvement. Your doctor can also check you for this sensitivity.

If the idea of cutting out all of these foods has you cowering in fear, don’t worry. This will actually give you a chance to engage with some of nature’s tastiest and nutrient-rich bounties that you may come to love. Investing in your health means investing in yourself.

What to add:

More plant food! Plant foods contain bioactive compounds including carotenoids and flavonoids that have been found to have a positive effect on the body’s inflammatory response.  So load up on organic fruits, vegetables, carbs, proteins and healthy fats throughout the day. Variety is the spice of life, and will also make sure you get to cover all of your nutritional bases to get your body feeling its best.

Make sure to include superstars like antioxidant-rich berries (including Acai), cherries, grapes, dark leafy greens (including kale and spinach) and other nutrient-dense vegetables like broccoli, cabbage and peppers. Mushrooms, seaweed, olives, avocados, walnuts, almonds, flax seeds, chia seeds, coconut oil, olive oil, dark chocolate, green tea, ginger and turmeric are other powerhouse foods you can eat for a healthy inflammatory response.

Your ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids also plays a role. Too much omega-6 (found in fried foods, oil, dressing and mayonnaise) triggers an inflammatory response, while omega-3s help to lower it. Snack on omega-3 rich foods such as walnuts throughout the day. If you feel like your coming up short on your omega-3s, you can always take them as a supplement.

Turmeric contains curcumin. It has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Add it to your cooking or drink it as turmeric tea. You can also take it as a supplement as well.

While you’re having fun making all of these healthy changes, don’t forget to sleep! A good night’s sleep is also imperative to keeping inflammation in check. Plus, everyone feels better after a good night’s rest.

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Liddell Homeopathic Chemical Detox Spray |'s Plus Quick Body Cleanse™ 7 Day Program | Herbal Tea Skin DeTox Soothing Rose Hibiscus |


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