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D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition Hytrax 60c

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D'Adamo Personalized Nutrition Hytrax 60c is a blend of synergistic herbs used to maintain proper water balance within the body and encourage kidney, bladder and urinary tract health.

The central ingredient of Hytrax is organic dandelion leaf (Taraxacum officinale), which has been shown to have diuretic activity, stimulating the loss of excess water and promoting weight loss. Dandelion root benefits all functions of the liver and enhances all secretion and excretion from the body.

Dandelion was commonly used in Native American medicine, often using the root and herb to treat kidney disease, upset stomach, and heartburn. In traditional Arabian medicine, dandelion has been used to treat liver and spleen ailments. In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), dandelion is combined with other herbs to treat liver disease, to enhance immune response to upper respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, or pneumonia, and as a compress for mastitis (breast inflammation).

The European Commission E, The British Herbal Compendium and ESCOP have approved the use of dandelion root for disturbances in bile flow, stimulation of urination, loss of appetite, and dyspepsia.

This is enhanced by the addition of three synergistic factors:

Buchu Leaf Extract: Originated from South Africa, Buchu is traditionally used to relieve bladder ailments.

Uva Ursi: This plant has had a long history of use as an herbal tonic for urinary tract health.

Potassium helps keep other minerals in solution in the urine, thus helping to decrease urinary calcium excretion.

Ingredients: 

Potassium 12.5mg

Organic Dandelion Leaf 150mg

Buchu Leaf 4:1 Extract 20mg

Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi Leaf 20mg

About the Manufacturer

Some of the benefits of using North American Pharmacal Right For Your Type products:


  • A Superior Philosophy of Employment. When you know specific information about your biochemical individuality, using supplements can become much more effective. For example, in blood type A, the absorption of certain minerals is enhanced by pairing them with specific amino acids.

  • Proper Dosage. Many supplements have unnecessary high doses of nutrients, introducing the risk of supplement overdose at one end, and wastefulness at the other. When we target supplement design to the individual, it assures not just the effective dose, but rather the proper dose: the minimum amount necessary to do the job.

  • Unstinting Quality. I've been designing and testing natural products for over three decades. Over the years I've seen many changes; small, artisan-based companies that took pride in their delivery, education and techniques being replaced by corporate systems indistinguishable from any other industry, staffed by people who would just as soon sell you a mobile phone contract. Under these circumstances cost-cutting becomes company policy. But does the cost-cutting lead to loss of quality? Very often. At NAP we just don't think that way. These are the same supplements that I give my kids, prescribe to my patients, and take myself. Larch is a good example. Most larch products in the marketplace are food-grade, with a high gum content. NAP always uses nutraceutical grade larch.

  • Science Based. Quality involves much more than just delivering what is promised on the label. For example, NAP uses a sea-plant derived calcium to make its PHYTOCAL series of individualized multiminerals. It is only found in one location in the ocean off the Beara Peninsula, in South Western Ireland. Our sea calcium grows for around five years in the crystal clear, pollution-free Atlantic waters, absorbing minerals and nutrients from the sea. The seaweed then falls to the ocean bed, where it becomes calcified. Local tidal patterns wash and gather it into one deep bed, the location of which is known to only a few people. We were the first company to market larch arabinogalactan (ARA6), now a staple of natural immune enhancement, almost twenty years ago.

  • Education, Not Marketing. Many stores will not stock NAP products because they consider the educational curve 'too steep.' Why spend an hour with a client explaining lectins (and perhaps educating yourself) when the vitamin E and calcium on the shelf just sell themselves? We strive to deliver high quality educational content with our products. Our customer service folks are enthusiastic followers of the diet themselves. When you see an NAP product on a store shelf, that's the sign of a store that is really interested in taking the time to help people.
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