Uwemba-Pastilles® Body Cleanse Complex

Uwemba-Pastilles® Body Cleanse Complex

supports the body in normal metabolic function*

Food supplement from 13 different plants and zinc.

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Pack size:
250 Pastilles à 270 mg
Available online or in a pharmacy / drugstore


The ingredients of Uwemba-Pastilles® Body Cleanse Complex consist of:

  • Milk thistle herb
  • Artichoke leaves
  • Dandelion root
  • Common mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)
  • Couch grass rhizome
  • Mallow flowers
  • Common speedwell herb
  • Herb-robert
  • Zinc gluconate
  • Nettle leaves
  • Yarrow flowers
  • Common horehound
  • Ribwort leaves
  • Chicory


Uwemba-Pastilles® Body Cleanse Complex are suitable for regular use (250pastilles= 45 days) and/or as a daily dietary supplement. Take 6 pastilles daily, two before each main meal with some liquid. For use in adults and children 12 years and older.

* Zinc contributes to normal acid-base metabolism.

Body Cleanse Complex Nutrients Table

(1) )% of the reference amount for daily intake according to Regulation (EC) No. 1169/2011

The inner body cleaning

In industrialized countries, humans and animals are increasingly affected by chemical and physical stresses. The result is an increase in allergies due to these negative environmental influences. There are more and more people who are sensitive to even small traces of chemicals such as those found in cleaning agents or perfumes. This is also called “Multiple Chemical Sensitivity” (MCS). The treatment of allergies places a heavy financial burden on the health care system.

We humans are in daily exchange with our environment. We breathe air through our lungs to supply oxygen to the blood. We absorb nutrients with our food and drink. The skin is also in exchange with the environment.

However, the absorption of these substances brings into the body not only useful elements. The air and our food also contain harmful substances that can harm the body in larger quantities. We are exposed to toxins in polluted air, polluted water, contaminated food, drugs, and even toxic byproducts of normal metabolic processes.

The body has five excretory organs through which the unwanted substances can flow away.


Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied, balanced diet, fresh fruits and vegetables and a healthy lifestyle.


MARIENDISTELKRAUT Silybum marianum- carduus marianus

Milk thistle herb

Silybum marianum carduus marianus


Milk thistle is native to Southern Europe and North Africa. It is cultivated in Central and Eastern Europe.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Milk thistle was used early on in folk medicine for liver complaints. Classic fields of application were and are fatty liver, hepatitis, liver shrinkage, consequences of alcoholism, gall bladder inflammation, forehead headaches, sciatica, muscle rheumatism and lower leg ulcers and varicose veins.

Geranium Robertianum


The plant is found in various regions of the world, including Europe, North Africa and Asia. There it is very widespread. It grows well in a shady and nitrogen-rich environment. In the vernacular, the plant is also called Ruprechtskraut. The name refers to St. Ruprecht, a bishop and provincial saint of Salzburg, who is said to have cured himself of fistulas and ulcers with the plant. The bad smell of the plant is said to indicate that it absorbs atmospheric, energetic disharmonies.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Already the Romans made good experience and used the plant to heal. In folk medicine it has always been used for problems of the digestive system, skin, throat and mouth inflammation, fever, gout, toothache and herpes. Hildegard von Bingen used the stork’s bill against stone diseases, Paracelsus against urinary gravel. He remarked, »What breaks the stone breaks the stone.»

BEIFUSSKRAUT Artemisia vulgaris
Artemisia vulgaris

The plant grows in Europe, North Africa and Asia. Hippocrates and Hildegard von Bingen described Artemisia vulgaris as a medicinal plant. The mother of all herbs (mater herbarum), as mugwort was called in the Middle Ages, has always had a wide range of uses. It was used for women’s diseases, intestinal disorders and urinary stasis. The other uses in folk medicine are digestive problems, nerve tonic, sweating, worms, loss of appetite, fever, menstrual problems, depression, dysentery, flatulence, stomach problems, bad breath, athlete’s foot, circulatory problems, gastritis and vaginal douches.

QUECKENWURZELSTOCK Agropyri repentis rhizoma
Couch grass rhizome
Agropyri repentis rhizoma


The couch grass grows almost all over the northern hemisphere. It is found along roadsides, in fields and gardens.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Its use as a medicinal plant has been known since antiquity. Dioscorides and Pliny described the positive effect on the urinary tract. It was also smoked at this time to prevent skin problems, epidemics and demons.

LÖWENZAHNWURZEL Taraxacum officinale
Taraxacum officinale


The origin of the dandelion is western Asia and Europe. It is widespread throughout the northern hemisphere.

Earlier use and folk medicine

In folk medicine, the dandelion is used for digestive disorders, lack of appetite, for disorders of bile flow and to stimulate urination. It has also been used as a mild laxative, in diabetes mellitus and rheumatic diseases. Other folk medicine uses are in relation to digestive problems, inflammation, swelling, gallstones, snakebites, hepatitis, jaundice, urinary tract infections, heart failure, cirrhosis, constipation, edema, high blood pressure, joint problems, skin disorders, acne, gout, eczema, breast and lung tumors, abscesses, mastitis, colds, loss of appetite, bloating, hemorrhoids, blood purification, rheumatism, flatulence, bloating, liver disease and stomach problems. Dandelion is said to have diuretic, laxative, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, blood purifying and appetizing properties.

MALVENBLÜTEN Malva sylvestris
Mallow flowers
Malva sylvestris


Wild mallow is nowadays very widespread and grows in many countries of Europe. It originated in southern Eurasia and then spread northward. In Western and Central Europe it is often found running wild.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Mallow flower petals are traditionally used for the treatment of dry cough, throat problems and mild digestive disorders. They are also often the remedy of choice for insect bites, boils, abscesses, eczema, throat infections, coughs, bronchitis, asthma, catarrh, gastritis, inflammation, glandular swelling, skin rashes, diarrhea, wounds, and mucosal inflammation. The mallow has a calming, diuretic, astringent, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, laxative, soothing and emollient effect.

Artichoke leaves
Cynara scolymus


The artichoke has been cultivated for centuries and originally comes from the Mediterranean region. The major growing areas today are in Italy, North America, the Iberian Peninsula, Egypt, Argentina and France.

Earlier use and folk medicine

The artichoke is used for digestive complaints, such as flatulence and bloating or nausea. It has a diuretic effect.

SCHAFGARBENBLÜTEN Achillea millefolium
Yarrow flowers
Achillea millefolium


Yarrow species are at home in the subtropical and temperate zones of Eurasia. However, they are also known in North Africa and America. In Europe they grow from the Alps to the Arctic Circle.

Earlier use and folk medicine

At least since ancient times, the plant is used for healing wounds from injuries. Yarrow has astringent, anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic, diuretic, antispasmodic, antihypertensive, hemostatic, appetizing, analgesic, wound healing, metabolism stimulating, digestive and sedative effects. In folk medicine, it is used for loss of appetite to stimulate the bile and for simple mild cramps in the gastrointestinal tract. Other applications include febrile illnesses, diarrhea, dysentery, rheumatism, arthritis, menstrual cramps, high blood pressure, wounds, nosebleeds, ulcers, eye infections, hemorrhoids, abdominal pain, stomach and intestinal complaints, flatulence, loss of appetite, bleeding wounds, bleeding gums, white discharge, skin disorders, bedwetting, menopausal symptoms, abdominal cramps, bladder weakness, sunburn, acne and restlessness.

Nettle leaves
Urticae folium


In the Middle Ages, nettle was considered the healer among medicinal herbs. Men used the plant to increase potency and women to improve fertility. In many cases it has also been used to treat prostate problems and relieves the urge to urinate in men.

Earlier use and folk medicine

In folk medicine, nettle is used for hair loss, prostate diseases, anemia, bleeding, hemorrhoids, arthritis, rheumatism, gout, skin diseases, arthritic pain, gout, sciatica, neuralgia, hemorrhoids, skin problems, burns, insect bites, nosebleeds, bladder infections, kidney infections, urinary and biliary problems, spring fatigue, allergies, connective tissue weakness, bladder weakness, brittle fingernails, intestinal infections, scalp dandruff, psoriasis and impure skin.

Ribwort leaves
Plantaginis folium


The ribwort plantain was already used in the Middle Ages against cold cough. In children, it used to be boiled in milk to treat diarrhea.

Earlier use and folk medicine

In folk medicine it was used against bleeding of various kinds, whitish discharg, bladder weakness, diarrhea, heartburn, roundworms, cough, asthma, headaches, fever, gout, rheumatism, ulcers, sores, eye infections, insect bites, neurosmitis, hoarseness, bruises, burns, tonsillitis, and other minor ailments.

Common speedwell herb
Veronicae herba


The plant grows on forest edges, meadows and bushes and was used very early for various ailments.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Traditional folk medicine uses include bronchial complaints, rheumatism, arthritis, skin conditions, upset stomach, minor wounds, digestive problems, blood purification, itching, gout, asthma, cystitis, nervousness and diarrhea.

ANDORNKRAUT Marrubii herba
Common horehound
Marrubii herba


Originally the plant grows in the Mediterranean zones of Europe, in large parts of North and South America and in Australia.

Earlier use and folk medicine

Horehound is administered for loss of appetite, digestive problems, biliousness and bronchial catarrh.

WEGWARTE Cichorium intybus
Cichorium intybus


Chicory is native to Europe and is also found in western Asia and northern Africa. In China and America, the species also known as chicory is grown as a forage crop.

Earlier use and folk medicine

The physician Sebastian Kneipp recommended the common chicory for stomach, gall and liver ailments. Chicory root is known in folk medicine for its ability to bind heavy metals

The quality of Uwemba Pastilles®

Manufactured, analyzed and released under GMP guidelines

We vouch for our good manufacturing practices!
That’s why we work according to the guidelines of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) – the European standards for quality assurance in the production of pharmaceuticals and food supplements.

Good Manufacturing Practice

Gentle processing of the plants and predominantly organic quality

Each of our plants requires its own climatic conditions, so they are planted all over the world. For example, the mugwort plant Artemisia originates from the Benedictine mission in Tanzania. In cooperation with regional producers, we pay attention to sustainability and organic cultivation.

Our products consist of plant components that complement each other in their benefits. While still in the country of cultivation, the plant partswith high potency are sorted and strictly tested for possible microbiological contamination when they are delivered to Switzerland.

The plants are processed in Switzerland, gently and energy-efficiently ground and pressed into herbal pastilles. Thus, we monitor the entire process of production according to European quality standards and ensure that there are no harmful substances.

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Products from Switzerland are known for their quality. This Swiss quality is a commitment for us! We guarantee the highest standards of production and consistently high quality and reliability of our products!

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