ColonEase Drink Mix

Your Way To a Healthier Gut
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Benefits :

Potassium, Proprietary Silk Blend: Dandelion, Fennel, Oat Bran Powder, Chlorella, Ginger, Xanthan Gum, L. acidophilus and Alpha-galactosidase in this product:

  • Help in enhancing overall health 1
  • Contribute to increased gut health 2
  • Aid in reducing bloating and belching 3
  • Has Antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which help in detoxifying your body 4
  • Promotes a balanced gut microbiome 5
  • Possesses immune-enhancing effects 6
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About The Product

Feeling bloated and uneasy? Rasha’s ColonEase Drink Mix is an exceptional combination of natural ingredients, such as Dandelion, Oat Bran, Chlorella and Ginger, to balance the gut microbiome and stimulate healthy digestion. Especially designed for every woman’s need, it has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to boost your gut health and overall immunity.

Is this meant for me?

Does your stomach commonly feel bloated, gassy and uncomfortable? Your gut and intestinal health may be out of sync. Rasha’s ColonEase Drink Mix promotes good gut health and helps restore your gut’s balance naturally. This one-of-a-kind drink mix can be used any time of the day and comes in conveniently packed sachets, making it handy for women of all ages. This also makes for the perfect travel partner and safeguards you from imbalances that can occur due to stress or changes in your eating habits and environment.

Recommended Use

Empty 1 sachet of ColonEase Drink Mix into 200 ml of hot water and drink it up to 2 times in a day or as directed by your healthcare professional.

FOR USE UP TO 30 DAYS. DO NOT EXCEED 30 DAYS OF CONTINUOUS USE.

NOT FOR MEDICAL USE
This product is a NUTRACEUTICAL and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Product Features

Product Features

Scientifically proven ingredients

Scientifically-proven ingredients

Non GMO

Non-GMO

USFDA

Manufactured in a USFDA-approved facility

FSSAI approved

FSSAI approved

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient sachets

GMP certified

GMP-certified

ISO certified

ISO-certified

Convenient Sachets

Convenient sachets

Ingredients

Ingredients

FAQs

FAQs

ColonEase Drink Mix has numerous benefits – 

Potassium, Proprietary Silk Blend: Dandelion, Fennel, Oat Bran Powder, Chlorella, Ginger, Xanthan Gum, L. acidophilus and Alpha-galactosidase in this product:

  • Help in enhancing overall health  
  • Contribute to increased gut health. 
  • Aid in reducing bloating and belching 
  • Has Antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which help in detoxifying your body
  • Promotes a balanced gut microbiome 
  • Possesses immune-enhancing effects

The gut plays a central role in our health: It has connections to the skin, to the brain and also to the immune system. Therefore you should always keep it clean and healthy. ColonEase Drink Mix helps you to do that by supporting you with a plethora of natural remedies and herbal ingredients.

Empty 1 sachet of ColonEase Drink Mix into 200 ml of hot water and drink it up to 2 times in a day or as directed by your healthcare professional. For best results, we recommend taking it once daily right before going to bed.

FOR USE UP TO 30 DAYS. DO NOT EXCEED 30 DAYS OF CONTINUOUS USE.

If you are pregnant, lactating, taking any medications or suffering from a medical condition, consult a healthcare professional before using this product.

20 Sachets are included in this package, which you can take 2 times a day. We do not
recommend to use this product for more than 30 days continuously.

References

References

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4 reviews for ColonEase Drink Mix

  1. Alka Jain

    I’ve tried other ColonEase drink mix products over the years, but this is my favourite. It’s mild but effective, and I know I’m receiving a full cleansing.

  2. Tanya Dangare

    This ColonEase Drink Mix is ideal for anybody looking to enhance their overall health and wellness. It has made me feel lighter, invigorated, and less bloated.

  3. Kiya

    I appreciate the fact that this ColonEase Drink Mix is produced with high-quality components. As a health-conscious customer, I like the absence of artificial flavors and sweeteners.

  4. Ojasvi Shan

    This ColonEase Drink Mix is simple to use and tastes good. It has helped me maintain healthy digestion, and as a result, I feel more comfortable and confident.

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