This Mayan Cleanse Supports
A Healthy Weight And Gut

Maintain a clean body and support your weight loss journey using these herbs, backed by science

May 2022 - New Scientific Discovery

Scientists Discover The Real Root Cause Of Bloated Belly, Stubborn Weight And Cravings

(Hint: Not Sugar or Fat)

If you have been struggling for months or years to lose the extra weight… Trying diets and exercise but with no real results… You should know, it’s not your fault.

According to a new release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US pipes and water systems are very old in most parts of the country. These can be a breeding ground for dangerous micro-organisms.

And these micro-organisms can cause gut distress, and trigger an imbalance of flora in the gut…causing cravings for sugar and carbs all the time.

That’s why we created

This formula is unlike anything you've ever tried or experienced in your life before. You will once again be in control of what you eat, support a healthy weight loss process and maintain the health of your digestive system..

Inside every drop of "Cleanest Body" you'll find:

Cleanest Body is a bespoke proprietary formula of 11 high-quality herbal
parasite flushers
and weight loss supporting ingredients.

Fennel Seed

  • Supports the health of your gut
  • Boosts your energy
  • Helps with vitamin absorption

Marshmallow Root

  • Strong antimicrobial properties
  • Supports normal blood pressure
  • Supports long term gut health

Black Walnut Hull

  • Maintains a healthy gut flora
  • Supports the absorption of nutrients
  • Supports relaxation

Pumpkin Seed

  • Supports regular elimination
  • Supports a healthy digestion
  • Supports immunity

Slippery Elm Bark

  • Supports regular elimination
  • Supports a healthy digestion
  • Supports healthy cholesterol

Wormwood Herb

  • Supports healthy liver
  • Powerful antimicrobial properties
  • Supports normal blood sugar levels

Clove Bud

  • Supports stomach health
  • Support healthy weight loss
  • Boosts energy

Garlic Bulb

  • 100+ antioxidants
  • Supports a healthy immune response
  • All natural helper for GI tract health

Oregano Leaf Oil

  • Supports a healthy immune response
  • Improves energy
  • Powerful antioxidant

Peppermint Leaf Oil

  • Supports a healthy inflammatory response
  • Freshens breath
  • Supports restful sleep

Papaya Seed Extract

  • Maintains healthy heart function
  • Helps with digestion
  • Rich in vitamins and nutrients

Natural Formula

Plant Ingredients


No Stimulants

Easy To Use

No Chemicals

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How and why does Cleanest Body work?

You'll start to see changes immediately with this potent cleansing formula. Cleanest Body has already transformed numerous lives…whether they are mothers, grandmothers, husbands and brothers.

If you are looking for consistent healthy weight loss, we recommend you cleanse your body on a regular basis.

2. Can I use Cleanest Body if I am taking any other medicines or supplements?

We always advise you to ask your qualified healthcare professional before you take Cleanest Body. On our side, we made sure that Cleanest Body is manufactured in the USA at our FDA-registered and GMP certified facility using state-of-the-art precision engineered machinery and under the strictest and most sterile standards.

Each ingredient is 100% plant-based soy-free, dairy-free vegetarian, and non-GMO, and put through additional third-party inspections and quality control to ensure high purity and potency. If you want to make sure, always take Cleanest Body two hours before or after any other medicine or supplements, to make sure there are no interactions between them.

3. What is your money back guarantee?

It is a risk-free option that we are offering you because we believe in this flushing formula so much. It means you can try Cleanest Body for a full 60 days. And if you are not completely convinced by the amazing results consisting of a surge in energy, strength in your body, and healthy weight loss, then just get your money back, no questions asked.

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Most of our clients order six bottles at a time and many double their order because they want everyone they love to get clean and healthy.

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The prices you see now are not guaranteed beyond tonight, because some of these ingredients are rare and in high demand precisely in the local regions where they are grown.

5. How do I take Cleanest Body?

It takes just five seconds. The bottle comes with a dropper which you need to fill once a day and add to your orange juice, tea or plain water. As a liquid it is rapidly absorbed by your gut and it will start working in your body.

6. Is this a one-off purchase?

Yes, your order is a one-off purchase with no hidden autoship, clauses or charges. The price you see on the checkout page is the only price you will have to pay.

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Inside every single drop of Cleanest Body is a bespoke proprietary formula of 11 high-quality herbal parasite flushers that will clean your body of sugar craving parasites that make you gain weight.

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