What is berberine? Berberine is a chemical called an alkaloid.
It’s a very, very antimicrobial, and it’s found in specific types of plants with very bitter powerful actions.
One of my favorite ones, a liquid one, which I use in my clinic, is called goldenseal. It’s a beautiful plant that the native American Indians use for dying fabrics a nice golden
I love the bitter taste of berberine, in particular.There are also other kinds of herbs that we use. We’ve got berberis, which is called berberis vulgaris. We’ve got Oregon Grape, berberis aquifolium. And we’ve got golden thread, Coptis Chinensis.
The second names I’ve given you are the Latin names, the scientific names, which we should learn of all the plants, so we don’t get them confused.
Berberine is an excellent antimicrobial. I love this particular herb so much that I’ve put a standardized extract of it in my product, CanXida Remove.
Berberine and grapefruit seed extract I call shotguns.
I’ve not ever shot anything before, but from what I understand, when you shoot a shotgun, you get a broad action.
So if you’re shooting in the sky, you’re going to take out a couple of birds.
With a rifle, you’ve got to be much more specific, and it’s much more high powered, and it tends to have a particular target in mind.
A shotgun is broader action.
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A rifle would be garlic or oregano, for example. Whereas, the berberine is more of a shotgun.
Berberine is a very effective anti-parasitic, anti-bacterial, and antifungal.
It’s wonderful. It’s bitter. It stimulates the liver, so it allows for bile secretions.
When toxic bile comes out, it softens the stool.
Berberine works on the mucous membranes in particular of the vagina, of the mouth, of the stomach, and the small bowel because it induces secretions of enzymes and also stimulates particular immune factors that kill fungi on contact.
People who take berberine regularly as an antifungal are going to have an excellent anti-Candida approach.
Don’t take an antifungal that doesn’t contain berberine. I don’t think it hits the mark.
So when you look at CanXida Remove, I’ve got two shotguns in there, and I’ve got several rifles all pointing toward various targets in the gut.
And this is why the product is so effective.
We had overwhelming feedback from people in over 100 countries that are using CanXida Remove, and the feedback has been consistently good.
They’re getting results with parasites. They’re getting results with harmful bacteria like SIBO. They’re getting results with irritable bowel syndrome.
They’re getting results with up to 19 types of Candida.
I’ve very pleased with this product. This is not aimed at pushing a product. I’m just trying to tell you that berberine is one of the most important antimicrobials you can use.
Don’t use berberine on its own for any more than two to three weeks because it’s too stimulatory.
Berberine works best in a blend, particularly with GSE, grapefruit seed extract, oregano, caprylic acid, undecylenic acid, clove, black walnut, and biotin.
That’s the formula I’ve just rattled off for CanXida Remove.
Check it out. It can make a real difference to your gut health.