Herbal Liver Support
Maintains healthy glutathione levels, naturally produced by the body and its powerful antioxidant properties help to protect cells from free radical damage, supplies herbal compounds that have demonstrated powerful antioxidant action and promotes healthy urine flow.
Herbal Liver Support Description
Herbal Liver Support is a unique, proprietary blend of herbs that have been well-researched for their hepatoprotective properties. Included are the following:
Dandelion: An herb used as a diuretic for over 2,000 years in both traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine.
Milk thistle: An herb used as a health remedy since ancient times. The active extract of milk thistle is silymarin, a mixture of the flavonolignans silydianin, silychristine and silybin.
Burdock: Consumed as a vegetable and beverage in Taiwan and Japan for decades. Also traditionally used in folk medicine as a diuretic and liver aid.
Artichoke: Used since ancient times as a remedy for indigestion and as a liver tonic.
- 120 capsules
- 950 mg
-Take 1 capsules with the meals 3 times a day.
How does Herbal Liver Support support health?
-Maintains healthy glutathione levels. Glutathione is naturally produced by the body and its powerful antioxidant properties help protect cells from free radical damage.
-Supplies herbal compounds that have demonstrated powerful antioxidant action.
-Promotes healthy urine flow.
Milk thistle Dandelion Burdock Artichoke
Importance of a Healthy LIVER
Your liver is part of your digestive tract, but it is also responsible for removing toxins and cleaning your blood. There are viral and lifestyle factors that can cause your liver to function poorly, but there are also herbs that may help to keep it healthy. Make sure to speak to your physician before taking any herb or supplement.
The liver is the largest gland in the human body. In adults, it weighs about 3.5 lbs. and is roughly the size of a football. It is a vital part of the digestive system, and is located in your abdomen, directly below the diaphragm. The liver consists of two major and two minor lobes, with the right lobe being the largest; it is connected to the left lobe by a ligament called falciform. The minor lobes are located just below the right lobe, and are called the quandrate and the caudate. These two minor lobes are separated by the hepatic duct.
Your liver's main responsibilities include cleaning, or filtering, blood, producing bile and storing glycogen for use as energy, notes the KidsHealth website. The liver also produces proteins used for blood clotting, and helps absorb fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K, adds the USC Liver Transplant Program and Center for Liver Disease. Some experts consider the studies to be flawed, due to inadequate dosages and an insufficient number of participants, which led to unusual results.
Pregnant or lactating women, diabetics, hypoglycemics, and people with known medical conditions and/or taking drugs should consult with a licensed physician and/or pharmacist prior to taking dietary supplements. Keep out of reach of children.
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