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Rehab is a natural anti-alcohol supplement used for detoxification.

  • Stimulates liver function, enabling alcohol to be eliminated two to five times faster.
  • Helps reduce damage resulting from excessive alcohol consumption.
  • Has antioxidant power, neutralizing free radicals.
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Anti-Alcohol Supplement for Natural Detoxification

Rehab supplement in vegetarian capsules contains natural nutrients with multiple benefits that act in synergy to stimulate the body's detox mechanisms and alleviate chemical dependency.

What are the benefits of the ingredients in Rehab capsules?

  • Chrystantellum americanum promotes bile secretions, has a beneficial effect on kidney stones and gallstones, and protects the liver. It stimulates liver function, enabling alcohol, in particular, to be eliminated two to five times faster.
  • Vitamin C neutralizes free radicals generated during phase 1 of detoxification. It helps degrade toxins (pollutants or drugs) and eliminate them via the urine, as well as reduce heavy metal toxicity.
  • Supplementing with Glutathion facilitates detoxification. Phase II detox involves conjugation reactions in which glutathione plays an important part: a glutathione molecule binds to a toxin and thus facilitates its excretion via bile or urine.
  • Asparagine supplementation can reduce concentrations of acetaldehyde in the blood by more than 30%, thus preventing alcohol toxicity.
  • Kudzu contains flavonoids (puerarin, diazin, or daidzein) which help reduce damage resulting from excessive alcohol consumption. These flavonoids are believed to work by stimulating activity of the alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH), thus reducing alcohol concentrations in the body.
  • Calcium D-glucarate's detoxifying effect comes from its ability to increase glucuronidation and excretion of potential toxins. During phase II of detoxification, carcinogenic chemicals, steroid hormones, and other fat-soluble toxins bind to glucuronic acid in the liver (glucuronidation).
  • Dimethylglycine plays a part in hepatic metabolism and detoxification due to its ability to donate methyl groups to help produce sulfur-adenosylmethionine (SAMe). It also has a direct role in detoxifying foreign substances.
  • Curcumin counteracts the hepatotoxic action of xenobiotic substances by increasing both the liver's detox capacity and levels of the enzyme's glutathione-S-transferase and UDP glucuronyltransferase, which are important for phase II reactions. Curcumin reverses aflatoxin-induced liver damage. Bioperine increases the bioavailability and efficacy of curcumin.
  • Ellagic acid (present in pomegranate extract) promotes balanced detoxification by stimulating production of the detox enzyme glutathione-S-transferase, and other phase II activities, at the gene level; modulating phase I activities; binding directly to certain toxins, rendering them harmless and promoting their excretion.
  • Ginger root extract increases bile secretion. Combined with silymarin (milk thistle), it is effective at combating hepatotoxicity induced by carbon tetrachloride.
  • Silymarin is hepatoprotective. Daily supplementation with silymarin improves liver function in individuals with liver disease (including exposure to toxic levels of industrial phenols). Silymarin increases levels of glutathione and glutathione peroxidase in patients with liver disease. It is also a powerful antioxidant.
  • Sodium R-lipoate is a highly bioavailable salt of R-lipoic acid. Alpha-lipoic acid supports liver function by neutralizing free radicals and promoting production, regeneration, and concentration of glutathione in the liver. Alpha-lipoic acid induces phase II enzymes. It also promotes bile excretion of heavy metals.

How Do Anti-Alcohol Antioxidants Work?

Alcohol has a devastating effect on the body, particularly when consuming large amounts over extended periods. To your body, alcohol is poison. When metabolizing alcohol, your body produces a free radical containing oxygen called a Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS).

ROS causes oxidative stress on the body, with the effects multiplying the more you drink. Your body produces ROS through its normal metabolic processes, but the amounts are so small that these free radicals are broken down before they can cause damage.

Oxidative stress is dangerous for the body because its natural defenses cannot keep things in balance. ROS has the potential to damage and kill cells. Over time, this can lead to future diseases.

Some of the primary diseases caused by ROS production include the following:

  • Diabetes;
  • Heart disease;
  • Liver disease;
  • Parkinson's Disease;
  • Several cancers;
  • Inflammation;
  • Cataracts.

Reducing how much alcohol you consume is the best solution to this problem. However, anyone who has experienced the symptoms of alcohol detox will tell you how uncomfortable these symptoms can be.

Taking an anti-alcohol supplement is an ideal way of managing your alcohol detox. These supplements work by replenishing your blood vitamin levels. Several studies have demonstrated that alcoholic patients have naturally low blood vitamin levels, which means a supplement can counteract this effect.

Supplements to help with alcohol detox help negate the reduction in blood vitamins, making a liver support supplement vital for eliminating the poisons running through your body.

Numerous studies have shown that vitamins speed up alcohol metabolism, support rehabilitation, and limit the overall damage caused to the body.

Do anti-alcohol supplements work? The answer is yes, but research remains ongoing to determine the extent of their efficacy.

Do These Natural Alcohol Detox Supplements Have Side Effects?

Adding supplements for alcohol detox to your diet requires the same care and attention as any other supplement. Do your research on alcohol's effect on the metabolism and how anti-alcohol solutions influence those natural processes.

Scientific evidence on the side effects of a natural alcohol support supplement reveals that the vast majority of people will not experience any adverse reactions from adding these supplements to their diets.

However, if you are already taking other supplements, make sure you speak to your doctor about your chosen anti-alcohol supplement. They can analyze the ingredients and examine your medical history. They will tell you if there are any potential negative drug interactions caused by prescription medications you might be taking.

Overall, taking an anti-alcohol supplement is perfectly safe for most people.

Buy Rehab today to support your body's detoxification mechanisms.

For optimal detoxification of the body, other dietary supplements available to buy at Supersmart may also be of interest, such as Colon Cleanse Formula, a blend of natural extracts formulated for cleansing the colon. There is also Lectin Flush, useful for eliminating lectins, molecules associated with certain food sensitivities or hypersensitivities.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Daily serving: 4 capsules
Number of servings per bottle : 30

per serving

Chrysantellum americanum (extract 4:1) 200 mg
Vitamin C 100 mg
Reduced glutathione 15 mg
Benfotiamine 50 mg
Asparagine 100 mg
Kudzu (extract 4:1) 400 mg
Calcium D glucarate 75 mg
Dimethylglycine 75 mg
Bioperine® 5 mg
Curcumin (Curcuma longa extract 95% curcumin) 50 mg
Pomegranate extract (40% ellagic acid) 50 mg
Ginger root (extract 4:1) 50 mg
Silymarin (Milk thistle extract 80% silymarin) 100 mg
Sodium R-lipoate 50 mg
Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice flour.
Bioperine® is a registered trademark and proprietary product of Sabinsa Corporation.
Directions for use
Take two capsules twice a day, or as advised by your therapist.
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