Smart Organics produce a botanical blend which is intended to boost health

Smart Organics Produce a Botanical Blend Which Is Intended to Boost Health

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The Smart Organics key product, Omega Hebal 48, includes extracts from plants such as Cloves, Oregano, Chrysanthemum. Cedar, Cinnamon. Citronella and an extract of Garlic.

It also includes extracts of Neem, Geranium, Peppermint oil, Lemongrass oil and Coconut oil with natural glycerine's.

 

Each of these ingredients has a specific reaction in our bodies, one that have been researched in order to understand their scientific basis.

e.g. Neem is said to act as an anti bacterial, anti parasitic, anti fungal, anti protozoal and anti viral product, whilst the health benefits of clove oil are thought to be attributable to its antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and stimulating properties.

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Smart Organic’s product, Omega Hebal 48, is not a medicine, but is a non-toxic, Botanical based solution. It is also free of carcinogens and has an anti-bacterial effect.

Smart Organics believe that their product, Omega Hebal 48, will help eliminate unhealthy bacteria, toxins and parasites.

 

 

 

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