Gut Repair herbs restore balance to the stomach for better digestion and overall gut health. This product is indicated for individuals dealing with one or more of the following:
- Stomach corrosion
- Stomach wounds
- Appetite issues.
The gut requires a balance of good and bad bacteria in order to function properly. This product helps restore that balance while repairing wounds found throughout the digestive tract. These wounds are perceived to be serious issues that require rapid attention in order to prevent further damage to other parts of the body. These herbs are a bit spicy, using spice and heat to support the cleanse.
Directions: Put 1 tsp. in hot water and drink twice a day, morning and evening before meals OR take 1 tsp, put in your left palm, lick it up and then take a shot of a liquor of your choice.
ANH Overview: Ankhkasta Natural Healing is a 501c3 non-profit supporting indigenous African traditions and culture. ANH partners with traditional healers in West Africa (Meritah) who have been using these herbal solutions for generations since the dawn of humanity. ANH is an indigenous managed and operated company striving to indigenize and preserve life.
Disclaimer: Ankhkasta Natural Healing draws from generations of indigenous wisdom. Our remedies, rooted in traditional practices, were traditionally administered under the guidance of local healers and priests. They consider both visible and unseen aspects of healing. While individual remedies may yield results, consult our experienced healers for a personalized healing plan and herb recommendations. Learn more about ANH consultations and coaching: click here or call (737)201-1213.
Our herbs are as unique as nature’s cycles. Harvested in wet or dry seasons, they may vary slightly in appearance. The images provided serve promotional purposes and are general representations of the herbs.
Important Note: Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Herbal Cleansing
Pregnant women, those attempting to conceive, or currently breastfeeding individuals should exercise caution when considering herbal cleansing. It is highly advised that individuals in these circumstances consult with a qualified ANH healer or coach before incorporating any cleansing herbs into their routine. Pregnant women are strongly advised against the consumption of cleansing herbs due to their potential effects on pregnancy. Additionally, for breastfeeding individuals, it is recommended to wait until the child is at least 3 months old before considering the use of such herbs.