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Frequently Asked Questions

Section 1 - DIETARY FIBER FAQ’s

Section 2 - DR.Chi® Fiber Blend FAQ’s

Section 3DR.Chi® HERBAL TEAS FAQ’s

 

Section 1

Q. What is fiber?

Q. Why do I need fiber in my daily diet?

Q. What are the two types of fiber and where is it found?

Q. What type of fiber is best?

Q. What is the recommended daily intake of fiber?

Q. What are the health benefits of fiber?

Q. Are there side effects from ingesting too much fiber and how do I combat them? How much fluid should I have in my diet?

Q. Do I need to increase my dietary fiber? How do I know if I am getting enough fiber?

Q. What scientific studies support claims of the health benefits of fiber?

Q. Which is it? Is fiber good for preventing constipation, or is it the solution for diarrhea?

Q. The Bottom Line – what would be considered normal regularity?

Q. May I supplement fiber with the other regimens my doctor has prescribed?

Q. My doctor recommends adding more fiber to my diet. How should I do this?

Q. When should dietary fiber supplements be used?

Q. Why is additional water required when increasing bulking fiber intake?

Q. Are fiber supplements safe to take every day? How long may a fiber supplement be used?

Q. I am an athlete. How will more fiber in my diet help me?

Q . Are there some people who benefit more from fiber in their diet?

Q. Are there studies showing that diet changes can alter the course of a disease, lessen its impact or prevent the disease?

Q. Can fiber supplements help me lose weight?

 

Q. What is fiber?

A. Fiber is the indigestible carbohydrate found in plant cell walls and can be soluble or insoluble. The two types of fiber affect chemical and physical functions of the human body in different ways. Dietary fiber helps maintain healthy functioning of the GI (gastrointestinal) tract and is important for digestion and waste elimination.

Q. Why do I need fiber in my daily diet?

A. Fiber is linked to improved digestive and heart health, assists with weight management, and may stabilize blood-sugar levels for the diabetic and reduce cholesterol. Research shows fiber may be instrumental in fighting cancer and controlling obesity. “Dietary fiber deficiency is one of the primary causes of many diseases in the industrialized world,” said former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop.

Q. What are the two types of fiber and where is it found?

A. Dietary fiber is the part of a plant that a human body cannot digest. There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and is found in Psyllium, fruits, oats, beans and other legumes. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water and is found in whole grains, vegetables and nuts.

Q. What type of fiber is best?

A. Soluble and insoluble fiber are beneficial in different ways. Soluble fibers such as those found in Psyllium and oats have been helpful in fighting coronary heart disease by lowering cholesterol. Insoluble fibers such as wheat bran are beneficial in dealing with irregularity.

Q. What is the recommended daily intake of fiber?

A. Fiber should be included in the daily diet beginning from age 1. Various health authorities and organizations recommend fiber intake based on age and gender.

·         The National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine fiber recommendations are: men50 years old and younger, 38g; men above 50, 30g; women 50 and younger, 25g; and women above 50, 21g.

·         The American Dietetics Association states the public should consume adequate amounts of dietary fiber from a variety of plant foods. It recommends a daily serving of 20 to 35g for healthy adults and 5g for children. The adult serving should include 5 to 10g of soluble fiber.

·         The American Heart Assn. recommends that children and adults take in 14g of fiber for every 1,000 calories consumed daily. The Heart Assn.’s recommendation by age and gender is children 1-3, 19g; children 4-8, 25g; girls 9-13, 26g; boys 9-13, 31g; girls 14-18,29g; boys 14-18, 38g. All others should base their intake by daily calorie levels.

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Q. What are the health benefits of fiber?

A. Some of the more accepted health benefits are: A high fiber diet promotes a healthy weight,supports normal bowel function, helps maintain healthy lipid levels for those whose lipids are already in the normal range, helps maintain healthy intestinal flora and helps maintain healthy blood-sugar levels.

Q. Are there side effects from ingesting too much fiber and how do I combat them? How much fluid should I have in my diet?

A. High fiber diets are beneficial to good health. Adding fiber too quickly can cause intestinal gas,abdominal cramping and bloating. Increase dietary fiber gradually over a period of a few weeks to allow the natural bacteria in your digestive system to adjust. The ideal amount of fluid to drink daily depends on a number of factors. The Institute of Medicine advises that men drink roughly 13 cups of total beverages daily while women are encouraged to drink 9 cups daily. Adding extra fiber may require extra water. Lack of sufficient water contributes to constipation and irregularity.

Q. Do I need to increase my dietary fiber? How do I know if I am getting enough fiber?

A. Lack of fiber in the daily diet is one of the causes of many of the diseases in the industrialized world. To ensure you are consuming enough fiber, check food labels to keep track, then determine if the daily recommended amount has been met.

Q. What scientific studies support claims of the health benefits of fiber?

A. Numerous scientific studies and clinical trials prove the health advantages of dietary fiber. The American Heart Association reports that a low-fiber diet can be related to colon and breast cancer, diverticulitis, appendicitis, hemorrhoids, varicose veins, ulcers, heart attacks, strokes, depression, dialysis and cataracts. The American Dietetic Association claims that use of fiber decreases Diverticular disease and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Researchers also report that fiber suppresses appetite, which may lead to weight reduction.

Q. Which is it? Is fiber good for preventing constipation, or is it the solution for diarrhea?

A. Both! Dietary fiber may be instrumental in relieving diarrhea or constipation.

Q. The Bottom Line – what would be considered normal regularity?

A. “It is not normal to miss moving one's bowels on any given day. It is not normal to solve the problem by taking a laxative. If your bowels move daily, but with difficulty or straining, if your stool is dry or hard, or if you don't move your bowels daily, you need to adjust your diet for the right amount of fiber intake.”  -  Warren Enker, M.D., F.A.C.S., vice chairman, department of surgery, Beth Israel Medical Center and director of the GastroIntestinal Institute for Cancer and Continuum Cancer Centers of New York.

Q. May I supplement fiber with the other regimens my doctor has prescribed?

A. It is best to discuss fiber supplementation with your doctor or pharmacist, especially if you are currently involved with a medical therapy regimen.

Q. My doctor recommends adding more fiber to my diet. How should I do this?

A. Eat a diet with plenty of high fiber foods and reduce the consumption of processed foods. Natural fiber sources include whole grains, legumes, fruit and vegetables. The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center recommends 25 to 30 grams of fiber daily for adults. Children’s daily intake is their age plus 5 additional grams. Use dietary fiber supplements, such as Dr.Chi® Fiber Blend, to complement your diet.

Q. When should dietary fiber supplements be used?

A. Use dietary fiber supplements when you are below the recommended daily amount or when prescribed by a healthcare professional.

Q. Why is additional water required when increasing bulking fiber intake?

A. Bulking fibers attract water to the bowel to be absorbed by the fibers producing bulk and a soft texture of stool. Insufficient water might cause constipation, irregularity or other gastrointestinal distress.

Q. Are fiber supplements safe to take every day? How long may a fiber supplement be used?

A. There is no evidence that long-term use of fiber supplements is harmful. Doctors often recommend daily fiber supplements for people with digestive disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome or chronic constipation. Consult your doctor or healthcare professional before adding a fiber supplement to your diet if you have been diagnosed with intestinal problems. Fiber supplements may interact adversely with medications. Always confer with a pharmacist or doctor to determine how the dietary fiber will react to prescription medications. Fiber supplements can decrease the absorption of medications, such as aspirin, warfarin and carbamazepine. The supplements can also reduce blood-sugar levels, which may require an adjustment in the insulin dosage of diabetics.

Q. I am an athlete. How will more fiber in my diet help me?

A. Research has shown that fiber is beneficial for most athletes, but that long-distant runners may want to limit dietary fiber 24 hours before running to avoid “runner’s diarrhea.” The Mayo Clinic suggests that long-distance runners should eat high-fiber foods after rather than before they run to avoid gastrointestinal problems.

Q . Are there some people who benefit more from fiber in their diet?

A. A high fiber diet during pregnancy can prevent constipation and help in the control of Type 1 diabetes. The October 2009 edition of Diabetes Care reported that studies have shown that pregnant women who increase their fiber intake are less likely to develop gestational diabetes.

Q. Are there studies showing that diet changes can alter the course of a disease, lessen its impact or prevent the disease?

A. Various studies have shown the benefits of adding fiber to your diet. The benefits vary depending on whether the fiber is soluble or insoluble. Insoluble fiber can increase bulk and relieve constipation and irregularity. Soluble fiber can help with diabetes and cholesterol. The lack of sufficient fiber in the diet may increase in the chance of gallstones and diverticular diseases. Research has also shown that an increase in fiber lowers the risk of colon cancer, coronary heart disease and breast cancer. It has also been shown to lower blood pressure, assist in weight loss and prevent strokes. A diet that already includes fiber will benefit with the addition of fiber supplements. Studies have shown that the supplements produce more benefits than the consumer can attain just through eating additional fiber-rich foods. Those same studies report that fiber supplements result in larger weight loss than by eating foods rich in fiber content.

Q. Can fiber supplements help me lose weight?

A. Clinical studies have shown dietary fiber supplementation assists in weight loss. Fiber, especially bulking fiber, creates a feeling of fullness and satiety and requires less to eat and reduces in between snacking.

 

Section 2 - DR.Chi® Fiber Blend FAQ’s

Q. What is the serving size of Fiber Blend? What percentage of the daily recommended fiber serving is in the typical 1/3 cup serving of Fiber Blend?

Q. Wouldn't it be better if I got my daily fiber from vegetables, fruits and breads? Why should I use Fiber Blend to supplement my diet? How long can I take it?

Q. Are all ingredients in Fiber Blend FDA-approved? What does that approval mean?

Q. There is a big heart on the outside of your package. What does that mean?

Q. Can I use a serving of Fiber Blend to replace a meal?

Q. Are all ingredients used in Fiber Blend natural?

Q. How many calories are in an adult serving of Fiber Blend?

Q. What is Fiber Blend and what does it do? What active ingredients are in Fiber Blend?

Q. Is Fiber Blend safe for children and teen-agers?

Q. How often should Fiber Blend be used? Can it be used daily?

Q. What is the most effective way to use Fiber Blend? Should it be taken before or after eating?

Q. How safe is Fiber Blend? Can Fiber Blend be safely used with prescribed medications?

Q. What is stevia extract?

Q. Why are B vitamins added to Fiber Blend?

Q. How does Fiber Blend differ from other fiber products?

Q. Why does Fiber Blend contain soluble and insoluble fibers? What is the difference in the two and why are both needed?

Q. Where can I purchase Fiber Blend? Can it be purchased on-line or by phone?

Q. Why does Fiber Blend develop a gel-like texture?

Q. Should I limit natural fiber sources such as apples and legumes when using Fiber Blend?

Q. Can I mix Fiber Blend with anything besides water? Does the liquid temperature matter?

Q. Will Fiber Blend have any effect on my skin?

Q. What are net carbs? Does Fiber Blend have zero net carbs? Can Fiber Blend be used with a low carbohydrate diet?

Q. How does Fiber Blend work for laxation?

Q. What sizes of Fiber Blend are available? What flavors are available?

Q. What is the history of Fiber Blend?

Q. Is there any competing fiber supplements for Fiber Blend?

Q. When should Fiber Blend be taken? Do prescription medications make a difference in when Fiber Blend should be taken?

Q. Can Fiber Blend swell in my mouth or throat?

Q. Do you have a product for people with wheat allergies?

Q. Is AlphaFiber gluten-free?

Q. How is Fiber Blend ideal for those with diverticulosis? Would whole grains be better?

 

Q. What is the serving size of Fiber Blend? What percentage of the daily recommended fiber serving is in the typical 1/3 cup serving of Fiber Blend?

A. A maximum adult serving is 1/3 cup or 28g. The maximum adult serving yields 10g of dietary fiber, which Is 40% of the recommended daily value (DV) for the average male. Women require slightly less fiber in their diet. Serving for teens above 12 years of age is 1/3 cup, the same as for adults. Serving for children 6-12 years is 4 teaspoons. Teens and children should consult with a healthcare professional before taking a fiber supplement. Fiber supplements are not intended for children under the age of 2. Add fiber slowly to the diet to allow the body time to adjust. Additional water is required when increasing fiber.

Q. Wouldn't it be better if I got my daily fiber from vegetables, fruits and breads? Why should I use Fiber Blend to supplement my diet? How long can I take it?

A. The ideal fiber source is fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. This is sometimes difficult due to low fiber processed foods and high consumption of pasta, white breads and sugar. As a fiber supplement, Fiber Blend contains soluble and insoluble fibers. It can be taken indefinitely and is fortified with B vitamins to further assist the digestive process.

Q. Are all ingredients in Fiber Blend FDA-approved? What does that approval mean to the consumer?

A. Yes. Fiber Blend is a novel proprietary formula of soluble and insoluble fibers from seven different common sources. Nutritional yeast provides added B vitamins. Fiber Blend is as safe as a loaf of high fiber bread from your grocer. Consumers deserve only the safest and most natural fiber supplement available which DR. Chi® pledges to provide.

Q. There is a big heart on the outside of your package. What does that mean?

A. Only heart healthy products passing certain requirements regulated by the FDA and possessing efficacy in heart health may display the heart symbol on their packaging. Along with a healthy diet and exercise, Fiber Blend may help reduce cholesterol thus assist with CHD (Coronary Heart Disease) and overall heart health.*

Q. Can I use a serving of Fiber Blend to replace a meal?

A. If used as part of a weight loss program, Fiber Blend dietary fiber supplement will produce a feeling of fullness and thus aid in a calculated reduction of daily caloric intake.

Q. Are all ingredients used in Fiber Blend natural?

A. All the Fiber Blend ingredients are completely natural. There are no added fillers, binders, preservatives, synthetics, artificial colors or flavors.

Q. How many calories are in an adult serving of Fiber Blend?

A. One adult serving of Fiber Blend has only 90 calories. Other ingredients added in preparation of Fiber Blend may increase the calories per serving.

Q. What is Fiber Blend and what does it do? What active ingredients are in Fiber Blend?

A. Fiber Blend is a dietary fiber supplement in the class of bulk forming laxatives. It is a proprietary blend of soluble and insoluble dietary fibers consisting of psyllium seed husk, wheat bran, wheat germ, oat bran, rice bran, and flax seed. The nutritional yeast adds a reliable source of B vitamins as well as soluble fiber. Each ingredient in Fiber Blend contributes to providing health benefits. Fiber Blend promotes a healthy weight, supports normal bowel function, maintains healthy lipid levels which are already in the normal range, maintains a healthy intestinal flora and healthy blood sugar level.*

Q. Is Fiber Blend safe for children and teen-agers?

A. Versatile Fiber Blend is safe for teen-agers and children, over the age of 2 years old, but should only be used as prescribed by a healthcare professional. Additional water consumption is always necessary with bulking fiber supplements. Use only as directed.

Q. How often should Fiber Blend be used? Can it be used daily?

A. Fiber Blend should be used as prescribed by a healthcare professional. Safe and gentle Fiber Blend has a proven history of safe and effective daily use.

Q. What is the most effective way to use Fiber Blend? Should it be taken before or after eating?

A. The most effective way to use Fiber Blend is one that suits you best. Fiber Blend bulk powder can be mixed with soft foods and cold or hot beverages. Consuming bulk fiber supplements before a meal may promote satiety and possibly lower your caloric intake. You could be too full after a meal to complete your serving and additional water as required. Consuming fiber supplements after a meal may not be ideal because of a feeling of fullness. Keep in mind that additional water is required after consuming Fiber Blend as with any fiber supplement.

Q. How safe is Fiber Blend? Can Fiber Blend be safely used with prescribed medications?

A. All Fiber Blend ingredients are completely safe when used as directed and may be used by anyone over 2 years of age. Those with bowel obstructions should consult with a healthcare professional before taking bulk forming fiber supplements. Laxatives, including bulking fibers, may affect how well medicines work. If taking prescription medicine orally, take Fiber Blend at least two hours before or two hours after the prescribed medicine.

Q. What is stevia extract?

A. Stevia extract is an ingredient in Fiber Blend and comes from the Stevia Rebaudiana herb, commonly known as sweetleaf or stevia - an all natural sweetener that is up to 300 times sweeter than sugar. Stevia has a negligible effect on blood glucose and is an ideal natural sweetener for those on carbohydrate-controlled diets.

Q. Why are B vitamins added to Fiber Blend?

A. B vitamins are important for nearly every cell in the body. Each nutrient in the B-Complex helps maintain proper metabolic functioning and is essential to well being. Unfortunately, foods rich in B vitamins are limited. Refined sugar and milled grains may not contain many B vitamins.

Q. How does Fiber Blend differ from other fiber products?

A. Fiber Blend is different from all other fiber products. Scientific studies have proven fiber effects chemical and physical functions of the body in different ways. The makers of Fiber Blend recognize this and have created a comprehensive formula consisting of many different fibers thus incorporating a high level of physiological benefits..Most of the benefits of dietary fiber are well documented, some are just emerging, and many more remain to be discovered. Fiber Blend is one of the few fiber products to combine soluble and insoluble fibers, and the only product with added nutritional yeast for the digestive health benefits from B vitamins. It is an excellent source of dietary fiber with 10g of fiber per adult dosage.

Q. Why does Fiber Blend contain soluble and insoluble fibers? What is the difference in the two and why are both needed?

A. Each type of fiber provides different health benefits. Fiber Blend contains both fiber types so that all the benefits found in fiber can be realized. Soluble fiber dissolves in water to form a gel-like material, which increases water content in stool. Research suggests that soluble fiber decreases blood cholesterol. It is beneficial for diabetics since soluble fiber has been shown to decrease blood cholesterol and lower blood sugar after meals. Insoluble fiber increases feeling of fullness, stool size and bulk, which promotes the movement of material through the digestive tract. That easier stool movement benefits  those who struggle with constipation, irregular stools and hemorrhoids. Research suggests that insoluble fiber may reduce colon cancer and diverticulosis.

Q. Where can I purchase Fiber Blend? Can it be purchased on-line or by phone?

A. Fiber Blend is available on-line and by phone. The on-line store is located at www.MyEtailStore.com and our anytime order line is at 801.580.1738. Arrangements for delivery are available for both methods.

Q. Why does Fiber Blend develop a gel-like texture?

A. The consistency of the “Liquid Muffin™” fiber cocktail is a result of the soluble fiber content as it transforms to a gel. Add fluids such as water, soy milk or coffee creamer until reaching a desired eating consistency.

Q. Should I limit natural fiber sources such as apples and legumes when using Fiber Blend?

A. No. You should increase natural dietary fiber sources. A fiber supplement is recommended when prescribed by a healthcare professional as a way to boost your fiber intake up to the recommended daily dietary fiber requirement.

Q. Can I mix Fiber Blend with anything besides water? Does it matter whether it is warm or cold?

A. Fiber Blend can always be mixed using the “Liquid Muffin™” fiber cocktail method of using water. But for those looking for a different taste choice, the DR. Chi® fiber supplement is ideally suited for mixture with any liquid or soft food. Try the Fiber Blend with hot or cold coffee, juice or tea or soft foods such as smoothies, yogurt or applesauce. Fiber Blend can also be added to soups, mashed potatoes, salads and muffins. For variety, try your favorite flavoring.

Q. Will Fiber Blend have any effect on my skin?

A. Some Fiber Blend users have reported that their skin has cleared and developed a “healthful glow” after taking Fiber Blend.

Q. What are net carbs? Does Fiber Blend have zero net carbs? Can Fiber Blend be used with a low carbohydrate diet?

A. Net carbs are digestible carbohydrates that affect blood sugar. Fiber Blend is very low in net carbs since dietary fiber for the most part is not digested by the human body and is therefore not converted into blood sugar. Fiber Blend is ideal for those on a low carb regimen.

Q. How does Fiber Blend work for laxation?

A. Fiber Blend acts as a bulking agent for the stool, which is processed for elimination through the digestive tract. Through regular use, the bowel can again function in a regular, methodical manner.

Q. What sizes of Fiber Blend are available? What flavors are available?

A. Fiber Blend comes in four sizes: 6.25-lb. institutional size, and 1- , 12-, or 25-oz. re-closeable zippered stand-up stay-fresh pouch. Fiber Blend comes in two natural flavors: vanilla spice and dark carob.

Q. What is the history of Fiber Blend?

A. Fiber Blend is an all-natural proprietary fiber blend that has been around since 2003. The ingredients contained in Fiber Blend have been used safely by humans for thousands of years. Compared to the other modern times fiber supplement products perhaps Fiber Blends’ content is the one with the longest history. Fiber Blend is just simply fiber manna. What could be more natural and historied than wheat, rice, oats, flax and psyllium?

Q. Are there any competing fiber supplements for Fiber Blend?

A. No. There are no fiber supplements that contain a combination of 7 all natural fiber sources – both soluble and insoluble types. Vitamin B fortified Fiber Blend contains nutritional yeast and has no added preservatives, binders, fillers, or artificial colors and flavors. Take the Fiber Blend challenge – compare it today to your customary fiber product.

Q. When should Fiber Blend be taken? Do prescription medications make a difference in when Fiber Blend should be taken?

A. Fiber Blend may be used at any time unless directed differently by your doctor or pharmacist. If you are currently taking prescription medications orally, take Fiber Blend at least two hours before or two hours after the prescribed medicine to ensure complete assimilation of medications.

Q. Can Fiber Blend swell in my mouth or throat? Are there any psyllium allergy concerns?

A. The product should not swell in the mouth or throat. Swelling of the product should complete if mixed with adequate moisture. The warning on the label follows standard FDA requirement for bulk fiber laxative products containing psyllium as a safety precaution. Rare allergic reaction may occur in people sensitive to inhaled or injested psylium.

Q. Do you have a product for people with wheat allergies?

A. Our organic BetaFiber™ Dietary Supplement is wheat- and naturally gluten-free.

Q. Is Fiber Blend gluten-free?

A. Fiber Blend is not for everyone. Fiber Blend contains wheat, and therefore gluten. Those who have Celiac Disease or wheat allergies must not use Fiber Blend. DR. Chi® has a naturally gluten-free fiber supplement -- BetaFiber™, psyllium husk capsules. All psyllium is naturally gluten free.

Q. How is Fiber Blend ideal for those with diverticulosis? Would whole grains be better?

A. Seeds or whole grains may become lodged in the diverticulae pockets and become inflamed. Fiber Blend ingredients are milled just enough as to not contain any seeds, grains or particulates large enough to be detrimental.

 

Section 3 - DR.Chi® HERBAL TEAS FAQ’s

Q. To best preserve the quality, how do you store herbs?

Q. What is the Essiac formula?

Q. What is the origin of the Essiac formula?

Q. How safe is Essiac tea?

Q. What does Generic Essiac™ tea taste like?

Q. What is the Hoxsey formula?

Q. What is the origin of the Hoxsey formula?

Q. How safe is the Hoxsey formula?

Q. What does Prhoxy™ tea taste like?

 

Q. To best preserve the quality, how do you store herbs?

A. Always store bulk herbs protected from light, heat and moisture.

Q. What is the Essiac formula?

A. “The Essiac formula containing burdock root, turkey rhubarb root, sheep sorrel, and slippery elm bark, works synergistically to potentiate the antimutagenic and antitumor actions of its constituents, and studies have demonstrated the complete regression of various tumors with the use of this formula.” -- The Protocol Journal of Botanical Medicine, volume 2, No. 3.

Q. What is the origin of the Essiac formula?

A. North American cancer patients have used herbal formula Essiac since the 1920s. Canadian nurse Rene Caisse blended a tea of burdock root, sheep sorrel, slippery elm bark, and turkey rhubarb root, and offered it to her cancer patients. It is believed she received the formula from an Ojibwa Indian woman.

Q. How safe is Essiac tea?

A. There are no known complications from consuming Essiac, but like any botanical, it should be used in moderation and may not be for those who have food sensitivities or allergies. Herbs work over time to promote wellness. Gradually add Essiac tea slowly to your diet to determine your tolerance level. Use only as directed.

Q. What does Generic Essiac™ tea taste like?

A. Generic Essiac tea has a wonderfully rich, earthy, yet effectively smooth and commanding taste.

Q. What is the Hoxsey formula?

A. The Hoxsey formula contains red clover, licorice, buckthorn, barberry, burdock, stillingia, poke, cascara, prickly ash and potassium iodide salts. The Protocol Journal of Botanical Medicine reports that the formula contains antitumor botanicals and immune stimulants.

Q. What is the origin of the Hoxsey formula?

A. The Hoxsey formulation is similar to a formula found in the 1896 Standard Formulary compiled by Albert E. Ebert, PH. M., PH. D. and A. Emil Hiss, PH. G. It was an accidental find by John Hoxsey, whose prize horse was cured of a cancerous growth while grazing in a field of herbs. Hoxsey experimented with different formulas using the herbs in the pasture, and finally settled on a formula that bore the family name. The formula was passed down the family line and has been used by cancer patients.

Q. How safe is the Hoxsey formula?

A. There are no known serious complications from consuming the Hoxsey formula, but like any botanical, it should be used in moderation and may not be for those who have food sensitivities or allergies. Herbs work over time to promote wellness. Use only as directed.

Q. What does Prhoxy™ tea taste like?

A. Prhoxy™ tea is intriguingly similar to a green tea moment with a captivating hint of licorice finish.

Q. If I have questions about DR. Chi® products, how can I get answers?

A. Questions can be emailed 24 hours a day to our customer service line at DrChiessentials@gmail.com. Customers may also call DR. Chi® Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (MST) at (801) 580.1738.

 

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.