The Aroga Pathways System

The Aroga Pathways System

The patent-pending Aroga Pathways products are a groundbreaking approach to health and wellness, and they're what natural supplements should be: pure, handcrafted, unadulterated, whole-plant technology.

Aroga Pathways work collectively to facilitate apoptosis with each product designed to support a fundamental system in the body.

Pathways product bottles

Aroga's TheraGel Oral Coating Rinse is a mouth rinse that is FDA-approved for all mouth sores, wounds, ulcers, lesions and irritations of the mouth.  It provides fast-acting pain relief without numbing the mouth and promotes optimal healing.

Get a special discount when you buy this 6 bottle set. Pay for 5 get one free, and save even more if you place it in Automatic Order.

Our immune system is responsible for protecting our bodies. It is made up of nonspecific elements like skin that defends against everything outside of your body, and B and T cells that are specific elements for fighting bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites or cancer cells. The major organs of the immune system are the thymus, bone marrow, spleen, tonsils, and lymphatic tissues.

Our bones are responsible for providing an internal framework for our bodies, and along with our joints, allow us to stand and move comfortably. The endocrine (hormonal) system ties in closely with the bones and joints in many ways, primarily with respect to bone density, but does much more as well.

The Brain and Nerves are responsible for controlling all of our body’s movements and responses by transmitting signals to and from different parts of the body. The brain is the control center for these signals and the nerves transmit these signals throughout the body. These signals travel very fast and the responses are usually very short-lived.

The Gastrointestinal tract is responsible for digesting food into nutrients and absorbing these nutrients into the bloodstream. It includes such organs as the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder. The gastrointestinal tract also serves a major role in immune function.