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Shaklee — Creating Healthier Lives

DTX Complex™

MAL 07090948TC
90 caplets

Delivers Tender Loving Care for Your Liver

A unique Shaklee combination, this formula contains milk thistle seed extract, which is shown in research to support the body’s normal ability to make proteins that help regenerate liver cells, reishi mushroom (ling zhi, 灵芝) and Schizandra chinensis, which have antioxidant properties, and dandelion, turmeric and artichoke to help maintain bile flow.

Key Benefits:
Milk thistle seed
-The standardized extract of milk thistle seed in DTX complex is 80% silymarin, a mixture of several compounds with antioxidants properties
-Protects the liver from toxins, including drugs, poisons and chemicals
-Improves liver disorder such as cirrhosis and hepatitis
-Reduces liver damage from excessive alcohol
-Prevents and treats gallstones
-Improves skin problems like psoriasis and eczema

Artichoke
-Reproduces liver cells
-Stimulates the flow of bile

Dandelion
-Improves liver function, useful during cases of hepatitis and jaundice
-Aids digestion by stimulating the release of bile from the liver and gall bladder
-Helps to prevent gallstones
-Helps to treat endometriosis
-Acts as mild laxative, provide gentle remedy for constipation
-Enhances the body’s ability to absorb iron, helps to combat anemia
-Fight tumor and cancer
-Lowers blood sugar level
-Has diuretic effects, good for water retention and bloating

Turmeric
-The active ingredient is called curcumin
-Enhances anti-inflammatory effects and helps relieve pain
-Has antiviral effects against HIV, the cause of AIDS

Reishi mushroom (ling zhi, 灵芝)
-Builds immunity
-Helps prevent cancer
-Enhances cancer treatment
-Alleviates bronchitis, sinusitis
-Treats chronic fatigue syndrome
-Helps to prevent heart diseases

Schizandra
Schizandra chinensis seed extract contains lignans that have antioxidant properties
-It has also associated with the stimulation of protein synthesis, increasing the amount of detoxifying enzymes in the liver, and inhibiting the binding of toxins to cell membranes

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