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A bottle of Bill and Ben’s Beneficial’s H20 GO

This gentle and effective formula, which combines nutrients and herbal extracts, to support healthy fluid levels in the body.


It’s common for people, especially women, to suffer with excess stored water (non-medical oedema). In particular, during each monthly cycle, many women find they experience uncomfortable bloating of the abdomen and puffiness of the fingers, eyes, ankles and knees, as a consequence of this fluid retention.


This all-in-one supplement, H20 Go encourages the body’s elimination of excess stored water and waste via the natural function of the kidneys, both gently and safely.



Beneficial for:


  • Most cases of oedema

  • Healthy fluid balance / water retention

  • Breast tenderness & swelling

  • Kidney cleansing

  • Swollen ankles

  • During the menopause

  • During a woman’s monthly cycles (if water retention increases period pain & abdominal swelling)

  • Puffiness

  • Hormonal balance and more….


About the ingredients…


Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is a well-known and proven diuretic. It is particularly effective in reducing water retention in women with premenstrual syndrome.



Magnesium is involved in many bodily functions, including contributing to healthy fluid balance within cells; hence it is an effective diuretic.



Well-known for its vitamin K content (provided by high levels of chlorophyll found in the sprouts), Alfalfa is an extremely rich source of vitamins and minerals. It contains 8 essential enzymes, which are involved in the correct function of the digestive system and utilisation of food. Alfalfa additionally consists of medicinal ‘actives’, that work in conjunction with the plant’s natural fibre to promote healthy cholesterol levels. Further actions include anti-hemorrhagic, anti-anemia and anticoagulant, as well as promoting strong bones and teeth, and acting against dyspepsia, kidney and prostate problems. It is this high mineral content, in particular, that creates a powerful diuretic effect.


Juniper berry


Again a highly effective diuretic, Juniper has been used throughout the ages as a remedy for urinary-tract problems including bladder inflammation, gallstones, urinary retention, as well as arthritis and gout. It not only increases urine flow, but also the volatile oils that it contains act to destroy bacteria in the bladder and kidneys. Juniper is an excellent blood cleanser, in addition to preventing crystallisation of uric acid in the kidney (holding it in solution until passed in the urine). Moreover, it is thought to strengthen a weak stomach and support digestion.



High doses of juniper berry products should be avoided by pregnant women and by anyone who suffers from kidney disease. Furthermore, if taking lithium, juniper should only be taken under the supervision of a physician.




Celery has been used for centuries within Chinese medicine as a diuretic and a treatment for blood pressure. In particular, it contains a chemical called 3-butylphthalide which reduces blood pressure. Studies also show celery can help lower cholesterol and improve detoxification. Its actions include an alkaline reaction on the blood, anti-rheumatic, urinary antiseptic, tonic digestive, as well as assisting in the elimination of uric acid. Hence, celery extract is known as an effective in treatment of rheumatism and muscular aches and pains.


Dandelion leaf


Dandelion is probably the most well-known herbal diuretic. It contains high levels of carotenoids and sesquiterpene lactones, which have many regulating actions. This leaf acts as a pancreatic regulator, bitter tonic, bile duct stimulant, urinary antiseptic, anti-rheumatic, anti-eczema and chloretic. Moreover, it increases urine production and works as a gentle laxative. It is additionally an excellent detoxifier, and is considered to support the liver and kidneys, as well as regulate blood sugar levels. It is used as skin toner, blood tonic, digestive tonic, and is thought to ease aches and pains.




Kelp has played an important role in the Japanese diet for centuries and is known to be high in many minerals and trace elements (such as potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron). Its high concentration of iodine, in particular, helps support thyroid function and hence assists hormone production and regulation. Such hormones are essential for normal metabolism in the body’s cells, energy levels and the elimination of waste matter from cells. Kelp is therefore used for energy production, detoxification, weight management, obesity, cellulitis, fluid balance and overall health.


Nettle leaf

Nettle has beneficial effects on the renal system. It improves kidney function, neutralising uric acid – not only preventing its crystallisation, but also aiding in its elimination from the system and, thus, relieving gout and arthritis symptoms. A natural detoxifier and diuretic, nettles work to remove impurities such as bacteria, calcium crystal deposits, grit and kidney stones from your kidneys, bladder, and urinary tract. This helps to prevent formation of kidney stones and the discomfort of urinary tract infections (UTI). Also acting as a blood purifier, nettle leaf is effective at lowering blood pressure. Moreover, its high mineral content is thought to be the reason why drinking nettle tea can reduce the severity and occurrence of oedema, leg cramps and menstrual cramps.

Parsley leaf

Parsley leaf is used to treat kidney stones, infections, and to help soothe and heal cuts and scratches. It is also thought to soothe the linings of the kidneys and intestines and act as a diuretic. It is antimicrobial, laxative, carmative, gastric and a uterine tonic, and is high in minerals – calcium, potassium and silica.

Radish leaf


Radishes are rich in vitamin B6, magnesium copper and calcium – nutrients which support the correct balance of fluids (both in and outside cells). They similarly contain high levels of folic acid, ascorbic acid and potassium. Radish leaf is known to be an excellent diuretic liver and bowel cleanser, and has been used as a remedy to help reduce gallstones and kidney stones.



Watercress is a rich source of vitamins B,C, E, folic acid,beta-carotene and minerals – sulphur, calcium, iron, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, choline & iodine. As well as being a cleanser of the liver, bile ducts and gallbladder, watercress helps to support kidney function and, hence, is an effective remedy for fluid retention/oedema.

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