Herbs for liver
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Japanese knotweed rhizome£3.80
Fallopia has been known to the medicine of the Far East for centuries, mainly used in cardiovascular diseases and inflammatory conditions. The remarkable properties of the rhizome of the Japanese knotweed are due to the large amount of resveratrol.
Milk thistle seed ground5 out of 5£3.90–£4.00
Herbal raw material is milk thistle fruits (seeds) that contain silymarin, which is a complex flavonolignans showing the impact on the functioning of the liver. In addition to the precious silymarin milk thistle seeds contain phytosterols, proteins, sugars, fatty acids and vitamins C and K, E, organic acids and mineral salts.
Herbal blend improving the work of the liver5 out of 5£4.90–£6.90
The main cause of liver disorders are pollution, which, unfortunately, there is no shortage in the environment, despite the efforts they can not be entirely to avoid their accumulation in the body leads to liver damage. When the liver begins to work less, the whole body suffers.
Milk thistle seed oil 0.25 l.£4.50
Oil from the seeds of milk thistle should be used in the prevention of liver diseases, it contains an active substance called silymarin. It is a mixture flavonolignans which protects the liver from the harmful effects of alcohol, fats and heavy metals.
Briar – Rosa canina fruit£4.00–£5.90
Indications for the use of wild rose are states of poor health as a drug reinforcement. Very high vitamin C content increases resistance to infection (100 g of fruit is 840 mg of vitamin C, for comparison, in 100 g of lemon is up to 50 mg of vitamin) .
Great Nettle – Nettle root5 out of 5£3.50–£6.60
Despite it’s rough exterior, nettle is one of the best remedies for various ailments: anemia, high blood pressure, coughs and colds, congestion, unitary tract infections and kidney and many other problems. It also seems to be effective in reducing pain and producing a sedative effect.
Herbal tea for hangover
Alcohol intoxication or popular “hangover” this unpleasant ailment. Probably a lot of people wonder how to recover quickly after consuming too much alcohol. It is important to combat alcohol poisoning fittest not to supply the organism even more toxins.
Greater celandine – Chelidonium herb£2.80–£5.50
Celandine contain alkaloids, including sanguinarine, which inhibit cell division,has antitumor activity , carotene, vitamin C, locks, resin compounds, flavonoids. Celandine supplementary material is glycogen typical animal tissues, thus is a plant frost, and its green color is maintained throughout the year.
Great Nettle – Nettle leaf5 out of 5£2.00–£3.90
Despite it’s rough exterior, nettle is one of the best remedies for various ailments: anemia (increases the amount of hemoglobin), high blood pressure, coughs and colds, congestion, unitary tract infections and kidney and many other problems.
The liver is the primary organ responsible for expelling and breaking down toxins entering the body. In particular, it produces bile, a detoxifying agent metabolically indispensable in breaking down fats from food. A healthy liver is a blessing in every way. A congested or overworked liver leads to fatigue, incomplete digestion, lymph infections, intestinal inflammation, kidney or bladder problems, skin disorders, and other symptoms. A malfunctioning liver leads to death. It makes sense to make liver health a priority, for when the liver functions at peak efficiency, so does our physical and emotional energy. There are many herbs that can help with liver cleansing.