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|Price:||$89.95 ($1.41 / Ounce) + $20.53 shipping|
This kit supplies the minimum items one person needs to do a 10-day (minimum length) master cleanse: 64 oz. of certified organic grade b maple syrup (the minimum 6 drinks a day for 10 days). cayenne pepper (enough for more than 100 drinks!). non-iodized sea salt (enough for 28 days)* herbal laxative tea (enough for 16 nights)* herbal mint tea (enough for more than 10 days)* you'll have to supply your own lemons.(suppliers sometimes run short, so the brands of maple syrup, tea, and/or cayenne pepper may be different from those pictured.)
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Everything arrived in a timely manner. All items were in the kit as shown. I read the book cover to cover and found it very helpful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Paige Vaudt
My wife did it first and had a real problem completing it. I gave it a go with the left overs. I cheated one day but made it through. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by Mshelton
One stop shopping for everything you need except the fresh lemons for this process.. I think the maple syrup should be a little less expensive --since I have found it on other... Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by Slc
Quality products which can all be purchased at a whole foods as noted by another reviewer but if you're lazy like me and just want it all given to you than this is a good pkg. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Chas1326
The first time I did the master cleanse, I purchased this kit and it was great. It had everything I need. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by E. Heppert
This Sarter Kit helped me alot. Everything you need for the 10 days is there....beside the lemons. The laxative tea taste actually very good, witch I didn't expected at all.Published on August 10, 2012 by J.T.
This diet is very restrictive and even though it comes with a great book telling you what to expect and how to make the drink it really only tells you to drink 6-12 glasses a day,... Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by Julieann