Prevents the build up of fatty deposits in artery walls, heart, kidney, and liver. Regulates cholesterol levels, destroys parasites in the digestive system, counteracts the effects of aluminum, lead and mercury poisoning. Strengthens and tightens muscles, organs and tissue. Makes bones, joints, ligaments, lungs and membranes strong and flexible, less vulnerable to stress and stress injuries. Nourishes and stimulates the brain and nervous system. Removes toxic accumulations in the fat, lymph, bone marrow, bladder, and alimentary canals. Neutralizes acids, absorbs toxins in the bowel and eliminates both.Clears the respiratory channels by dissolving and expelling mucus. Relieves the liver of its burden of detoxification by converting fatty toxins into water-soluble substances that can then be easily eliminated through the kidneys. Assists the liver to produce lecithin, which forms part of the myelin sheath, a white, fatty material that encloses nerve fibers. Reduces, perhaps eliminates, heavy metal deposits in tissues to reduce inflammation and stiffness. Improves the function of the pancreas and spleen by increasing the effectiveness of insulin. Purifies the blood. Increases red cell production and keeps them from rupturing. Converts calcium and potassium oxalates into harmless forms by making them solvent in the urine. Regulates the amount of oxalic acid delivered to the kidneys, thus reducing the risk of stone formation in the gall bladder, kidneys or urinary tract. Protects against toxins entering the brain. Protects the body against radiation and x-rays. Relieves pain, increases the appetite and provides more energy along with a sense of well-being. Speeds up wound healing by regenerating the damaged area. Increases the production of antibodies like lymphocytes and t-cells in the thymus gland, which is the defense of our immune system.