For cleansing and healing the liver and gall bladder. Liquid.
Take on an empty stomach at least 20 minutes before a meal.
HERBS CONTAINED IN LIVER-CLEAR™
• CELADINE (aerial parts) – Alternative, diuretic, purgative; used in jaundice, eczema, and scrofulous diseases. Excellent for overcoming torpid conditions of the liver and used as treatment for scurvy.
• BARBERRY (root bark) – Tonic purgative; general tissue cleansing agent. May help to regulate digestion and stimulate liver detox; very strong anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and anti-inflammatory properties.
• BLUE FLAG (root) – Anti-inflammatory; May help to suppress appetite and also catabolize fatty acids so that they move from storage tissue in the body into the blood stream.
• BUPLEURUM (root) – Deeply cleanses, strengthens, and nourishes the liver; has been used in cases of hepatitis, gallbladder and digestive ailments. May help to relieve enlarged liver and spleen; moreover, the herb may have an effect on the central nervous system and may be helpful for moderate emotional instability brought on by a sluggish liver. May help to strengthen the circulatory system with a tonic effect on the heart and lungs. Anti-viral and anti-bacterial, the root is believed to augment immune system function and exert a gentle strengthening effect on the body. It is said to enhance the production of interferon, an immune system chemical that is used to enhance the body’s resistance to harmful invading infection; the herb also contains rutin, a bioflavonoid that may help to restrain infected cells from multiplying indefinitely.
• BURDOCK (root) – Believed to clear toxins from the bloodstream; provides a good source of minerals such as iron, the carbohydrate insulin, and essential oils. Serves as a mild laxative and assists in the elimination of uric acid. The herb contains polyacetylenes that have antibacterial and antifungal properties. By improving the function of many organs of elimination, i.e., liver, kidneys, and bowels, the herb may help to moderately correct many health conditions. Has a soothing effect on the gastrointestinal system.
• CULVERS ROOT (root) – May help to expel old debris from the bowel, boost liver function, clear congestion, and may be considered a natural relaxant. The herb may help to relieve or lessen constipation, diarrhea, colon congestion, stomach disorders, and blood impurities.
• FRINGETREE (root bark) – May be safely used in many liver problems, e.g., jaundice. May help to treat the gallbladder, inflammations, and gallstones. The herb is a gentle and effective laxative and may help to strengthen function in the pancreas and spleen. Anecdotal evidence suggests that it may substantially reduce sugar levels in the urine. The herb may help to stimulate the appetite and digestion. It may be an excellent remedy for chronic illness, especially where the liver has been affected.
• PICORRHIZA (root) – The rhizome of this plant has been traditionally used to treat worms, constipation, low fever, scorpion sting, asthma, and ailments affecting the liver. Current research has focused on its hepa-protective, anti-cholestatic, antioxidant, and immune-modulating activity. May help to modulate liver enzyme levels and may exhibit anti-allergy action.
• WAHOO (root bark) – Nutritive tonic. Hepatic stimulant that may help to improve the protoplasmic function of the liver and increase the production of bile. In pulmonary complaints, it may help to improve digestion and give tone to the respiratory organs acting as an expectorant.
Begin with ¼ tsp. In water and gradually build up to 1 drop per pound of body weight [1 tsp = 60 drops], 2x/day. Take on empty stomach, wait at least 20 minutes before food.
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