Friday, 27 June 2014

Nopal Cactus (Opuntia)

The fruit of the Nopal Cactus (Opuntia) blooms in one of the most inflamed places on earth - the Sonoran Desert. The fruit, some label as the Nopal Fig contains a unique group of anti-oxidants called Bioflavinoids in one of the highest concentrations of any plant, fruit or vegetable in the world. These Bioflavinoids help the Nopal fruit thrive in the desert's extreme weather conditions and inflamed environment.

There are 24 different and unique Bioflavinoids within the Nopal Cactus. These have been scientifically proven to help relieve pain, improve breathing, reduce swelling in joints and muscles and support healthy blood pressure.

Everyday our bodies are exposed to dangerous toxins in the air we breathe, water we drink and food we eat - things like pollution, plastics, cosmetics, cigarette smoke, chemicals in our drinking water. We're also bombarded with toxins created in our own bodies - think about nutrient deficiencies, cellulite, allergies, emotional stress, indigestion, hangovers, bad breath, etc..

These toxins can poison the vital fluid that surrounds the cells to keep them healthy - the result... inflammation and disease. As the fluid around a cell becomes increasingly toxic the cell itself withers and eventually collapses under the weight of the toxic load.


Nopalea combats these daily toxins by harnessing the power of Bioflavinoids. After drinking Nopalea the body can absorb these antioxidants and infuse them into the fluid surrounding the cell. From there the Bioflavinoids help the body eliminate unwanted toxins and excess water to help reduce inflammation. This balances the environment around the cell and allows essential elements enter into the cell itself. Your cells can reinflate and rehydrate so that your body can enjoy optimum cellular health and you can pursue lifelong wellness.

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