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Paragone and Candigone Ingredients
July 7, 2011
10:31 am
renewlifesupport
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Hi,

Alcohol is currently the most effective way to extract and concentrate the active constituents of herbs, so that's why there is some alcohol in the product. When herbal extracts are in their liquid form, some alcohol is included in the end product but the amount is not significant. This small amount of alcohol in the product does not necessitate additional detoxification by the liver so it is not harmful to the efficacy of the cleanse.

We do recommend limiting alcohol consumption (or discontinuing use if possible) while cleansing because it can burden the liver – a key organ of detoxification.

July 4, 2011
12:59 pm
tj
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I noticed that both of these products have ethyl alcohol in them.  I thought alcohol was bad especially if you have candida yeast overgrowth or sensitivities to alcohol?

Any explanations?

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