Colosan successfully achieves its oxidising effect because it contains a specialised form of magnesium oxide, a compound of magnesium and oxygen. Although plain magnesium oxide will have no effect other than to encourage laxation, the super oxygenated magnesium oxide in Colosan’s oxygen atoms are bonded together by a catalytic process thanks to the magnesium atoms forming a loose lattice. Once it reaches the digestive tract, the oxygen is released, which delivers its de-toxifying effect and cleanses the colon. Colosan capsules also contain citric acid, which contributes to the release of the oxygen.
Colosan could be useful for you if :-
- you have to strain when having a bowel movement
- you get constipation too easily and want to maintain a clean healthy colon
- you are experiencing regular gas and bloating
- your diet may be too rich or you suspect you have Candida yeast overgrowth
- you are often fatigued and run out of energy
- you have used fibre or psyllium based colon cleansers, but they haven’t worked
How To Use:
The recommended label dosage is a heaped teaspoon 1-2 times per day. This is equivalent to about 4-6 capsules. If you only want to promote regularity, half to one rounded teaspoon once per day is usually enough. For some people even a quarter of a teaspoon is sufficient.
When taking Colosan Powder, please read the instructions on the label regarding taking lemon juice (limes are equally acceptable). This can be taken neat or diluted. If citrus disagrees with you, one can also use a teaspoon of diluted apple cider vinegar.
(You do not need the lemon juice with Colosan Capsules as they already contain citric acid, but the juice of a 1/4 of a lemon does strengthen the effect if you have a low level of stomach acid.)
Magnesium (as hydroxide, oxide and citrate), veggie capsule (hypromellose), magnesium stearate, cellulose, silicon dioxide