Top 5 Liver Products of 2019.

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The Liver is one of the hardest-working organs in the body, it has over 500 different tasks to complete. One of the main functions is to purify and cleanse the blood of toxins. It’s the second largest organ in the body after your skin and the only organ that can completely regenerate itself. The Liver holds about 10% of your blood, it cleans 1.5 Liters per minute and makes bile to help break down fats that we consume. It plays a central role in all metabolic processes in the body such as fat metabolism where the Liver cells break down fats to produce energy. If you’re having a hard time losing weight it may be because your Liver is working overtime due to excess toxins that may be caused by a poor diet, medication or even skin products and in extreme cases actual Liver damage.

SO, WHAT DO I LOOK FOR?

When shopping for a Liver detox product the 5 most important elements that you want to see will be milk thistle, turmeric,dandelion, licorice, and oregon grape. At a minimum you want to see at least three of these in your detox product. These elements have been used for thousands of years by shamans, herbalists, medicine men and ancient Chinese medicine. Now science has agreed that these elements work in complement to one another to create a powerful anti-inflammatory and detoxer specifically addressed to the Liver.

WHAT DO THEY DO?

  1. Milk thistle   
    An extremely powerful natural treatment for Liver problems used throughout antiquity. Some ailments include fatty liver cirrhosis, jaundice, hepatitis, and gallbladder disorders. Also: Provides heart benefits by lowering cholesterol levels; also anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.
  2. Turmeric
    This spice cleanses your liver, lowers the risk of liver cancer and reduces the effects of carcinogens on the liver. Turmeric also gets rid to fatty liver and help regeneration. The curcumin in turmeric has scientifically-proven health benefits which include the potential to prevent heart disease, Alzheimer’s and even cancer. It’s a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant which may also help improve symptoms of depression and arthritis.
  3. Dandelion
    Leaf In animal studies dandelion leaf has been found to suppress fat accumulation in the liver. It contains antioxidant that promote normal lipid profiles and blood sugar. Antioxidants within dandelion leaf may be one of the best natural ways to protect the liver against oxidative stress and help fight inflammation.
  4. Licorice
    Accumulating lines of evidence show that licorice has anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, antioxidant, and antimicrobial effects. In particular, recent studies on hepatoprotective effects of licorice suggest that it can reduce liver injury by enhancing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capacity and also soothe gastrointestinal problems. In cases of food poisoning, stomach ulcers, and heartburn; licorice root extract can speed the repair of stomach lining and restore balance. This is due to the anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties of glycyrrhizic acid
  5. Oregon Grape Seed
    This is used to make medicines for stomach ulcers,  (GERD), infections, and to cleanse the bowels. Oregon grape root is renowned among herbalists for its ability to stimulate liver function, improve the flow of bile and for blood cleansing. The seeds uses have traditionally included treating both liver congestion and infectious conditions of both the stomach and intestines. Oregon grape is also antimicrobial.

Together, these 5 ingredients are powerful and complementary to one another. When it come to detox and support the ingredients you look for should all encompass liver, gallbladder, stomach, large and small intestines and the kidney healing.

TOP 5


5. SOBRENIX

Vitamin B6  It helps the body make the hormones serotonin (which regulates mood) and norepinephrine (which helps your body cope with stress)

Thiamin  Vitamin B1, or thiamin, helps prevent complications in the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, stomach, and intestines. It is also involved in the flow of electrolytes into and out of muscle and nerve cells.

Folic acid  A synthetic form of folic acid is used in dietary supplements and fortified foods. Folic acid acts by helping the body produce and maintain new cells. In particular, red blood cell formation is dependent upon adequate levels of this vitamin. Folic acid deficiency is a known cause of anemia in both adults and children.

Vitamin B12  Improve Mood and Symptoms of Depression Give You an Energy Boost May Benefit Your Brain by Preventing the Loss of Neurons

Kudzu health benefits: It helps with metabolic syndrome symptoms ,It may ease menopause symptoms, It can regulate glucose levels, Kudzu’s been used to help treat alcoholism, it reduces inflammation.

Milk thistle (1seen above)

Angelica circulation problems, heartburn, intestinal gas

Chanca piedra  protects liver tissues against oxidative stress and kidney stone formation

Artichoke  helps the liver clean

Dandelion (3seen above)

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Milk thistle  (1seen above)

Chanca piedra  protects liver tissues against oxidative stress and kidney stone formation

Angelica  circulation problems, heartburn, intestinal gas

Artichoke    helps the liver clean

Dandelion (3seen above)

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Oregon grape root   (seen above)

milk thistle seed  (1seen above)

yellow dock root used for pain and swelling (inflammation)

Red root  health benefits including digestive health, respiratory health, and skin care.

Dandelion root (3seen above)

Fringe Tree root bark   the bark is mostly used as an herbal remedy for gallbladder inflammation (cholecystitis), but it is also thought to be of value as a treatment and relief for gallstones, jaundice, cirrhosis, hepatitis, pancreatitis, enlarged spleen, poor liver function and migraines, or headaches due to gallbladder diseases.

Ginger root    reduces nausea and pain

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Milk thistle  (1seen above)

Dandelion leaf   (3seen above)

Chicory root reduces inflammation, decreases blood sugar and improves digestive health.

Aloe vera constipation, inflammation

Senna leaf anti parasitic, anitinflamatory, laxative

Artichoke leaf    helps cleanse the liver

Ginger nausea, pain

licorice (4 seen above)

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Licorice (4 seen above)

Turmeric (2 seen above)

Dandelion (3 seen above)

milk thistle  (1 seen above)

Schizandra Berry treatments of liver diseases such as hepatitis

Reishi mushrooms immune system support; protects against viral infections such as the flu (influenza), swine flu and avian flu; lung conditions including

asthma and bronchitis, heart disease, high blood pressure/high cholesterol, kidney disease, cancer and liver disease. Decreases inflammation

Oregon grape (5 seen above)

Cat’s claw bark  Also a powerful anti-inflammatory, fights the inflammation associated with a number of gastrointestinal problems. It is also used to treat a wide range of other digestive disorders including; IBS, IBD, colitis, gastritis and peptic ulcers.

GH3   (Developed by Dr Ana Aslan Romania biologist); considered a pioneer of gerontology and geriatrics.

Benefit of GH3:

anti aging
improves circulation
improves hair, skin and nails
increase energy
anti depressant
reduces inflammation and pain
better quality of sleep

Ancient fossilized plant matter   Discovered by Dr John Willard breaks down the overt surface tension allowing the complete assimilation of everything you add it to; for example water.

Benefit: helps absorption of anything you add it to
includes 72 trace minerals
Extra natural antioxidants
detoxes
increases energy
reduces free radicals
adds amino acids
helps with digestion
helps aid with the formation of teeth and bone
assists with muscle contraction

3 Cell salts sodium calcium potassium    Benefit:  purify blood and liver
improves circulation
removes toxins
kills viruses and bacteria
has peripheral effects on kidneys

Sequoia stem cells Plant stem cells have been used in cosmetics and skin creams for its anti aging benefits. But few know that there has been extensive research on its effects on the health of the human body. Gottlieb Haberlandt (Austrian botanist) suggested that stem cells of a plant can induce our own stem cells to start working and  be used for therapy in humans. Individual plant stem cells can regenerate an entire plant. Plants are a source of supplements that induce healing and wellness in humans.

Benefit:

May Induce our own stem cells
Anti aging

If your goal this year is becoming healthier, these products would be a good start along with a proper diet and the right mindset.
 
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