Clearin Natural Acne Treatment

Clearin Clearin All Natural Acne Ingredients

Clearin Ingredients:

L-Cystine, Herba Lamnae, L-Cysteine, L-Glutamic Acid, PABA, Radix Angelicai Sinensis (Dong Quai), Radix Salviae Miltiorrhizae, Magnesium, Pyridoxine HCL-B6, OptiZinc, Beta Carotene, Vitamin D, Homeopathics:, Boronite, Conglomerate, Arsenicum bromatum, Calcarea picrata, Kali bromatum, Natrum muriaticum, Sulphur iodatum, Tuberculinum residum Dekoch, Viola tricolor, Chalcopyrite, Aloe Vera, Viola Tricolor, Retinol, Ergocalciferol

Detailed Description of Clearin Natural Acne Treatment Ingredients:

L-Cysteine (L-Cysteine, N-Acetyl-Cysteine, N-acetylc): Probably the most exciting and important role for the amino acid cysteine, or L-Cysteine as it is found in nature, is its properties of helping the body scavenge and rid itself of poisonous materials. In the liver, cysteine helps another amino acid called glutathione to detoxify carcinogens and other dangerous chemicals. In all the rest of the cells of the body, it is thought to serve as the major scavenger of hazardous oxidants. L-Cysteine acts to protect the cells of the alveoli in the lungs against damage of cigarette smoke, specifically the chemicals of acrolein, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde found in cigarette smoke. The tar and other toxic chemicals within cigarette smoke are known to impair the alveoli's scavenger macrophages to engulf and kill bacteria. Cysteine, along with vitamin C improves the bactericidal effectiveness of these cells. Also, because of the select thiol grouping (-SH) at the ending of this amino group, cysteine is the amino acid which gives glutathione its antioxidant powers and properties. In fact, how much cysteine is available to the body is believed to directly affect how much glutathione is produced and used as an antioxidant!

Herba Lamnae: Aids the body in elimination of waste materials from the skin and improving circulation, relieving various forms of irritation and inhibiting the growth of unwanted toxin-induced bio-cultures.

Glutamic Acid (L-Glutamic Acid): Under certain conditions, L-Glutamic acid is an essential amino acid. Glutamic acid along with Glutamine, are the dominant amino acids of the cerebrospinal fluid and serum. Known as one of the notorious three musketeers in brain neurochemistry, Glutamic acid is a uniquely powerful brain food, an excitatory neurotransmitter which paradoxically can give rise to GABA, an inhibitory and balancing neurotransmitter within the brain. Glutamic acid is found in concentration within the hippocampus (the memory centers of the brain), in cranial nerves as well as other areas of information transfer to effect motor response. This amino acid is essential for the production of other nonessential amino acids, a process called "transamination."

PABA (Para-aminobenzoic acid): This is a vitamin B cofactor that aids the body in its regenerative processes of blood cell formation and protein utilization. When taken internally as a supplement it is thought to promote the body's defenses against damage from ultraviolet radiation. PABA actually helps the skin, keeping it smooth and healthy, fighting against dry patches and itching and excess flaking. It is also of nutritional significance to hair, helping to restore natural color and sheen when working with the amino acids cystine and cysteine.

Radix Angelicai Sinensis (Dong Quai): Stimulates circulation, helping to bring blood to the skin to help naturally cleanse the skin of any impurities.

Radix salviae miltiorrhizae: The skin is the largest organ of elimination and often removes toxic wastes through the pores and throughout the capillaries. This particular Chinese herb is used to promote a radiant complexion by possibly helping to ensure the rapid transport of toxins which are known to cause various irritating skin problems; by improving the circulation and encouraging the body's production of health defenses.

Magnesium (magnesium ascorbate, magnesium gluconate): A mineral that comes in many forms and abilities to assimilate. The presence of magnesium nutritionally helps metabolize calcium, Vitamin C and carbohydrates; nutritionally promotes healthy teeth, nerves and muscles; and energizes and fights against sadness, stress and unhappiness. Magnesium is excellent in helping many skin troubles, being a necessary electrolyte essential for all cell functions, from neural pathways acting in neuromuscular transmission, to being an important cofactor in cell metabolism, required for lipid/fat metabolism, thiamine utilization and enzyme reactions. Magnesium works with many of the B vitamins and is a necessary part of amino acid synthesis and general functioning as well. Perhaps its most important function is its involvement in Phosphate-transfer reaction and changes in energy states within the body.

Magnesia phosphorica: Used as a Homeopathic medicine (tissue salt). (Homeopathic potencies accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate; these are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of medicines such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate or medicine is present in the medicine). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: "Indicated in tired, exhausted, neurotic subjects when suffering from darting, spasmodic pains which are relieved by pressure and warmth...it should be remembered in chorea, and contractions of single muscles, and cramps such as writer's cramp..." (Blackwood)

Magnesium Aspartate: A supplemental form of magnesium critical for energy production and proper nerve function. It is considered the "anti-stress" mineral. As a natural tranquilizer it relaxes the skeletal muscles as well as smoothing the muscles of blood vessels. It is essential for metabolic functions in the body. It is important in the production and transfer of energy, in muscle contraction and relaxation, in nerve conduction, in protein synthesis, and in many biochemical reactions as a cofactor to enzymes. Magnesium is also thought to dilate the blood vessels. Deficiency causes sensitivity to noise, nervousness, irritability, mental depression, confusion, twitching, trembling, apprehension, insomnia, muscle weakness and cramps in the toes, feet, legs or fingers. Feelings of anxiety linked to increased levels of adrenaline can also result from a deficiency in this mineral.

Magnesium Gluconate: A mineral that comes in many forms and abilities to assimilate. The presence of magnesium nutritionally helps metabolize calcium, Vitamin C and carbohydrates; nutritionally promotes healthy teeth, nerves and muscles; and energizes and fights against sadness, stress and unhappiness. Magnesium is excellent in helping many skin troubles, being a necessary electrolyte essential for all cell functions, from neural pathways acting in neuromuscular transmission, to being an important cofactor in cell metabolism, required for lipid/fat metabolism, thiamine utilization and enzyme reactions.

Pyridoxine HCL-B6: This is a vitamin that aids the body in the metabolism of protein and fat by participating actively in many chemical reactions (more than a 100 enzyme reactions) of protein and amino acid synthesis and degradation. It also helps with normal brain function, and the formation of red blood cells. Vitamin B-6 may help maintain chemical balance among body fluids while promoting healthy eyes, tongue and nervous system. Vitamin B-6 is thought to be especially helpful in aiding the body in preventing cracks at mouth corners, skin breakouts, and other stress-related skin problems.

OptiZinc (zincmonomethione): An antioxidant made by the InterHealth Co. in California, the same company that makes ChromeMate & ActiVin. OptiZinc has demonstrated synergistic effects with other antioxidants, far surpassing the abilities of common vitamin antioxidants such as vitamin A, E, and C. The antioxidant power of OptiZinc has been confirmed in multiple university-based studies.

Beta Carotene (Vitamin A-Beta Carotene, Beta Carotene, pro-vitamin A, or a precursor to vitamin A): Is a group of yellow, orange or red plant pigments occurring in many fruits and vegetables, as well as animal fat, that yield vitamin A upon oxidative scission. The digestive track converts carotene to retinol (vitamin A) in animals. Found in many foods, carotene has generally one sixth the activity of retinol. The average adult should consume 5000 I.U. of vitamin A, and approximately two thirds of the vitamin A activity is provided by carotene. The most common and active form of carotene is beta-carotene. Other forms exist, but they are not so active, however they are being found to be important, such as lycopene. Lycopene, a carotenoid and antioxidant, is thought to be involved in protecting the skin from UV radiation in human studies at Tufts University with the USDA; much more of lycopene is destroyed, and destroyed more quickly than beta-carotene. Rich sources of lycopene include foods like tomatoes and watermelon -- lycopene is a red pigment. Rich sources of beta-carotene (an orange pigment) include most green vegetables, carrots, yellow squash, apricots and sweet potatoes.

Vitamin D: This is a vitamin that aids in absorption of calcium for healthy bones and a stable nervous system. Vitamin D is a rudimentary and essential vitamin that is believed to promote healthy eyes, skin and teeth. Although much is manufactured simply by being exposed to the sun's ultraviolet light, supplementation is generally thought necessary to ensure adequate supplies. Also used topically as a beneficial oil to the skin.

Definition of Homeopathics:

Homeopathics: Homeopathics are trace entities which can be of any substance and which can be diluted and succussed over several generations. These are scientifically created dilutions and succussions of the original substance such that generally not even a molecule of the original substrate is present in the final dilution. This process creates a Homeopathic potency which accredit their strength and efficacy to the electromagnetic signatures of the original substrate, magnified by the succession of dilution and succussions. Specific electromagnetic signatures exist weakly for each and all organic and inorganic materials. When organic and inorganic materials are processed through continuous dilutions and succussions, their electromagnetic signatures appear to grow more strongly. These amplified electromagnetic signatures can positively impact the body's cells, most of which have electromagnetic receptors on their external cell walls capable of picking up such signatures, just as a radio receiver picks up radio transmissions. Often the electromagnetic signature of a substance can impart cellular instructions to living cells, prompting renewed cellular integrity, repair, regeneration, protein synthesis, communication with other cells, and the flushing of toxins. Although the activity of homeopathics is still debated, it is clear that their activity is deeper than simple chemistry, but involves the electrochemical properties and physics of organic and inorganic substances instead, a "switching mechanism" which is more fundamental than, but causative to, biochemical reactions. Current research appears to be in the process of confirming these theoretical constructs.

Conglomerate: Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (botanical). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: pimples, excessive oiliness and toxicity of the oil glands, and dermatitis of the skin.

Arsenicum bromatum (Bromide of Arsenic): Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (mineral acid). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: Acne rosaceae with violet papules on the nose. (Clarke)

Calcarea Picrata (Picrate of Calcium): A Homeopathic medicine derived from calcium phosphate (tissue salt). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: minute and excessively painful boils in the meatus, or in any opening or canal of the body, indicated for perifollicular inflammation. (Clarke) "A useful remedy for acne; clinically it has been found to be one of the good remedies." (Dewey) -perifollicular inflammation: a remedy of prime importance. (Boericke)

Kali bromatum (potassium bromide): Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (mineral preparation).  As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: general failure of mental power, loss of memory; profound melancholic delusion; gets fidgety; -amnesic aphasia: can pronounce any word told but cannot speak otherwise; -fidgety hands; busy twitching of fingers; jerking and twitching of muscles; -restless sleep; grinding of teeth in sleep (Boericke) -declining memory; speech disorders, omits words and syllables, accompanied by restlessness, always busy and occupied, hands tremble, restless, nervous (Reckeweg). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has also demonstrated effectiveness against the following depressive symptomatology: mentally dull, torpid; perception slow, answers slowly; -fearful, apprehensive mood; fears to be alone; frightful imaginings especially at night; -all sorts of fearful delusion: thinks they are pursued, will be poisoned, is selected for Divine vengeance, etc.; -fits of uncontrollable weeping and profound melancholic delusions; profound melancholic depression with religious delusions or feeling of moral deficiency; -depressed, low-spirited, has nervous anxiety (Clarke)

Natrum muriaticum (sodium chloride): Used as a Homeopathic medicine (mineral; tissue salt). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: "Attack begins in the morning in bed, diminishing after rising and moderate exercise, but becomes worse from rapid motion, and is accompanied by nausea and vomiting of transparent phlegm (mucous) or water; dull, heavy headache with drowsiness and profusion of tears, sleep not refreshing; headache before, during and after menses; pain as if head would burst, made worse from coughing (may go on to loss of consciousness; twitching of limbs)." - also for worms. (Lilienthal) Also, as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following depressive symptomatology: "The patient requiring this remedy is melancholic, hypochondriacal, sad, hopeless about the future, easily angered-in fact, consolation aggravates...patient sheds floods of tears ...with this remedy there is a persistent recalling of past unpleasantness and grievances...the patient for whom Natrum muriaticum is suitable is also apt to have unjustifiable antipathy against certain people." (Dewey).

Sulphur iodatum: Used as a Homeopathic medicine and/or micronutritional (mineral preparation). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: painful suppurating acne, coryza, weeping, eczema, skin eruptions on lips, eczema associated with varicose veins of the leg and pronounced itching, hypertrophy of parotid glands, pain in kidneys, affections of prostate. (Clarke)

Tuberculinum (Tuberculinum residum dekoch): Used as a Homeopathic medicine derived from a glycerine extract of a pure cultivation of tubercle bacilli. As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: acne and eruptions of the skin, and in some, nodular effusions into the cellular tissue.

Viola tricolor (Heartsease, pansy): This herb, a member of the sweet violet family, was said to be so seductively sweet that it became a plant of Venus and Aphrodite. The Greeks chose this herb to be their symbol of fertility, while for Napoleon it was the emblem of his imperialism. The violet Heartsease is known for its cooling, moist and soothing virtues. The herb has been proven useful in soothing weeping and itching skin problems and is useful in keeping the skin moist and supple especially when combined with Nettle (Urtica dioica) and Red Clover (Trifolium pratense). It is generally taken internally rather than used as a topical ointment or lotion.

Auriferous chalcopyrite: Used as a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional (metal). As a Homeopathic or used simply as a micro-nutritional, it has demonstrated effectiveness against the following symptomatology: skin eruptions, swollen tissues.


Aloe vera (Aloe Vera Gel, Aloe Vera Extract, Aloe): Throughout history, the powers of the Aloe vera plant have been extolled. Its natural powers of calming and soothing the skin, as well as naturally balancing the pH of the skin, are well known. Used cosmetically, this herb in the proper concentration can be a true balm of Gilead. Herbalists have long known of its wondrous affect in soothing chapped, sunburned, and broken skin as well as providing temporary comfort for minor burns, cuts and wounds. It gives suppleness to dry and weather-etched skin while naturally moisturizing. It can be used effectively both internally or externally, containing 20 amino acids and assorted peptides and alkaloids. Topically used for the burns, sunburn and mild abrasions; thought to have many healing properties because of the presence of 7-hydroxyaloin isomers and various chromone derivatives with C-glucoside aleresin B and p-cormaroyl aloeresins A and C.

Ergocalciferol: Ergocalciferol is vitamin D2. Vitamin D is needed for the proper absorption of calcium and for the functioning of calcium in the body. Vitamin D is used to promote healthy bones and teeth, to help boost the immune system and is sometimes used in the treatment of psoriasis.

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