Internal 911 is a colon cleansing/detoxification supplement sold by Phytage Labs… But is it any good and is it worth the money?
Is it possible that Internal 911 is just another scam that isn’t going to do anything for you?
In this review I’ll be answering all you need to know…
They call it the “emergency flush system” and say that it has “triple action” colon cleansing power to scrape the walls of your colon clean from waste and debris, but of course you can’t always believe what you hear or read online.
There is a good chance you came across this video presentation for this product…
And if you didn’t that is okay. Basically the video presentation made Internal 911 sound like the greatest thing ever and to be honest, it raised my suspicion because it sounded too good to be true… a bit scammy.
The purpose of Internal 911 is to clean your colon, which is something that is often overlooked and is and underlying problem to many different health problems.
On the bottle of Internal 911 it says that it has the benefits of…
And to be honest this is far from an exaggeration. In fact, colon cleansing can be incredibly important and can provide a heck of a lot more benefits than just that.
The colon is the large intestine, which has the function of absorbing water, minerals, vitamins etc.
Over time the walls of the colon can become encrusted with waste, which can seriously hinder nutrient absorption and also slow down digestion. This can lead to a lack of nutrients as well as energy, which can lead to a number of other problems.
There are a lot of people out there that probably feel sluggish and unhealthy throughout the day, thinking that they are just getting old, when in reality much of this problem can be attributed to an unclean colon.
So yes, keeping your colon clean can be incredibly important, and this is more true when you get older and your body starts to slow down.
But anyways…. Yeah it is important, but is Internal 911 actually a good supplement to do the job? Let’s find out…
As you already know, Internal 911 is a cleansing/detoxification supplement that is sold by Phytage Labs, who I am familiar with because I have also reviewed other products by them such as Eagle Eye 911 and Tinnitus 911. All of their products are 100% natural, so I knew what to expect when I first started looking into this one.
Overall Internal 911 isn’t that bad and definitely does have potential to get the job done, but I do question its effectiveness and you will see why.
Psyllium – This is a great source of soluble fiber, which is the type of fiber that absorbes water and turns into a soft gel-like substance when doing so. It helps prevent diarrhea and keeps stools soft. It is widely used for cleansing the colon and is also considered a laxative, which can help with constipation.
It’s also worth noting that this might be one of the most safe oral laxatives out there.
Black Walnut – The outer covering of the nut from black walnut trees are used to treat parasitic worm infections. This has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years and besides helping get rid of parasitic infections that could be sucking prescious nutrition out of your digestion, it is also a well known laxative.
According to ParasiteTesting.com, black walnut husk helps to oxygenate your blood which then helps kill off parasites.
Bentonite Clay – This is another commonly found ingredient in cleans and detox products and is also used for skin care among other things. The reason it is so good for cleaning/detoxing is because it absorbs toxins, heavy metals, impurities, etc and makes it easy for your body to get rid of them.
According to some sources it can also help restore a healthy balance of bacteria in your guy, killing off bad baceria and promoting the growth of good bacteria.
I know it may sound weird, and maybe even harmful, to eat clay, but the amount included in this supplement is nothing to worry about by any means.
Oat Bran – Oat bran is another good healthy source of soluble fiber, which is good for restoring healthy bowel movements, which is the reason you may have seen it included in many cleanse/detox supplements out there. It is made from the inner husk part of whole oat grains. In addition to this it is also a good source of antioxidants, which are good for overall health in general.
Apple Pectin – Pectin is a type of soluble fiber that is found in fruits, and in this particular case it comes from apples. Yet another good source of soluble fiber to help soften stools if constipated and absorb water if you have diarrhea.
And then some more ingredients, some of which I’m sure you have heard of before, that are included in Internal 911 are…
Will This Formula Actually Work?
There is no doubt that these ingredients are good for digestion and could help with a number of problems. Pretty much no matter what type of problem you are expriencing, these could help restore normal bowel movements as well as cleanse your colon even if you are having normal bowel movements.
They are pretty well known to help cleanse and support health digestion.
HOWEVER, there really isn’t that much to this supplement. The entire blend consists of 1500mg.
If you take an apple, for example, 1 cup of sliced apple contains about 654mg of pectin according to LiveStrong.com. And I’m sure many of you reading this already consume apples on a regular basis and get much more pectin than this supplement will provide you with.
That said, you are getting psyllium, black walnut, bentonite clay and oat bran which most people don’t consume on a daily basis, and maybe have never even had.
So there is definitely some potential benefit from taking this, but the amount it will help is questionable.
*It’s also worth mentioning that the wide variety of ingredients here has the potential to work from a number of different angles.
One of the great things about a natural supplement such as this is that there are no side effects that you have to worry about. None of the ingredients are dosed too high and you should have no problem.
But of course it is always recommended that you consult with a doctor first.
The price you pay per bottle depends on how many bottles you purchase, as you can see…
How long do you have to take it?
They say that you should take this supplement for at least 7 days to start noticing positive effects. However, this is the type of supplement you might want to take for months on months at a time.
It all depends on the person. Some people may need to be pretty much constantly cleansing/detoxing their body to help keep in tip top shape, while others’ bodies may do the job perfectly fine on their own.
What I Like
What I Don’t Like
Well first off, Internal 911 is definitely not a scam. The marketing around this product may be a little bit over-hyped, but I don’t see any reason to call it a scam. The ingredients that it includes are natural, known to work and won’t give you any bad side effects.
But is it worth buying? This is an entirely different questions and the answer is that… Well… It might be.
The thing about cleansing your colon and detoxification is that it is hard to know when it needs done. You might be feeling sluggish because you need a cleanse/detox or you might be feeling sluggish because of allergies or something like that. It is hard to say for certain, but it could very well be worth a try.
I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful at the very least. If interested, you can purchase Internal 911 on the official website here.
Please leave any comments or questions down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.