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Salicylic Acid
Definition

What does Salicylic Acid do for the body

Salicylic Acid is a Beta Hydroxy Acid. It balances the hormones and pH level of the body. It exfoliates the skin and treats Blemishes. Salicylic Acid cures Acne, Scars and Stretch Marks. It encourages healthy Blood Flow.

Benefits of Salicylic Acid
The Astringent property of Salicylic Acid gives relief from Pain. Salicylic Acid acts as a Blood Thinner. It prevents internal build up of Clots and plaque in the Arteries.

Functions of Salicylic Acid
The Anti inflammatory property of Salicylic Acid reduces the inflammation and the risk of developing Colo rectal Cancer. Salicylic Acid helps to unclog the pores, reduces the swelling and redness of the Skin. Salicylic Acid helps to get rid of Skin Warts. Salicylic Acid reduces the symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease and Cardiovascular Diseases.

Effects of Salicylic Acid Deficiency
Acne
Oily Skin
Anxiety
Blemishes

Effects of Excessive Salicylic Acid in the body
Eczema
Rashes
Nausea
Vomiting
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Salicylic Acid

Most Effective

Highly Effective

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