Other Name(s): Cal-Silica, CA-T, Calc Tea w/ Comfrey.
A synergistic blend of herbs for calcium & other minerals. We need a good amount of calcium to keep our bones, teeth, muscles & blood stream healthy. Often we lack a lot of calcium in our diets today. Calcium is the most commonly found mineral in our bodies, yet many of us are not getting the proper amount we need to build strong bones, hair, teeth, skin, nails & healthy eyes. Dr. Christopher’s Calc Tea Cut aids the body with all calcium needs & is an overall wonderful all natural calcium supplement.
Also available in Capsule (Herbal Calcium) & adult Extract (Herbal Calcium), kid-e Extract (Kid-e-Calc) & Powder (Herbal Calcium Formula. Labelled: Calc Tea w/ Comfrey) form.
Proprietary Blend: Horsetail, Comfrey Root, Oatstraw & Lobelia Herb.
No added Fillers or Chemicals.
The FDA requires the following warning, I encourage you to research the historic (safe and effective) internal and external use of Comfrey over the last thousand years and make your own decision. “Warning: Contains Comfrey. For external use only. Do not use if pregnant or nursing.” This link goes into detail about what the FDA based their decision on.
Directions: Varies according to individual need. Bulk Formulas can be prepared for Extracts, Capsules, Decoctions, Balsams, Plasters, Fomentations & many other uses. We encourage you to research information on the formula & preparation that works best for you. While we cannot cover every herbal preparation below is a few common methods.
Infusion or Tea – Use 1 teaspoon of cut herb per cup of distilled water. Bring water to a boil, remove from the heat source, then add the applicable amount of herb to the water. Cover & allow to steep for at least 20 minutes (longer for stronger tea). Strain the herb & let stand until cool enough to drink.
Decoction – Cover roots, barks & other hard herbal material with water, an ounce of the herb to a pint and a half of water. Bring to a boil & gently simmer for about 20-30 minutes. Drain off the liquid while hot & press the herbs to make sure that the decoction is fully extracted. Decoctions are strong. Take as directed.
Fomentation – Soak a piece of gauze, Turkish towel or similar porous material in the infusion or decoction needed. Sometimes hot Apple Cider Vinegar is used. Cool until the material is just bearable. Cover with plastic or oil cloth to prevent the liquid from soaking bed clothes, etc. Keep damp & change periodically.
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.