Modern Products

Built on the philosophy that gourmet taste and good nutrition go hand-in-hand.Modern Products, Inc. was founded in 1925 by acclaimed nutritionist Gayelord Hauser to share his philosophy that gourmet taste and good nutrition go hand-in-hand. The Gayelord Hauser line of seasoning blends adds a variety of delicious tastes without adding fat or calories. All of Modern Products' products are made from the earth's purest, most natural ingredients, without additive, preservatives or fillers.Gayelord Hauser Swiss Kriss herbal laxative combines the gentle laxative effect of senna with the digestive benefits of papaya leaves and centaury herbs, the anti-spasmodic benefits of calendula and caraway, the anti-gas benefits of peppermint leaves, parsley and anise, the tonic benefit of lemon verbena, the mild diuretic benefit of dandelion leaves, the relaxing benefit of peach tree leaves and the natural flavoring of hibiscus flowers. See More

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