Supplements for you Liver
Keeping the liver healthy is a priority for all levels of well being.
In Chinese medicine the liver is associated with the emotions of anger, rage and frustration. These are insidious emotions which harm the body because they contribute to an acidic ph and prevent us from feeling the good in life. Left unchecked these emotions can lead to deep dissatisfaction and undermine our overall quality of life.Health Force- Liver Rescue +4
There are a few herbs and supplements that you can use to support the liver, chief among them is Milk Thistle seed. This herb has been used for centuries to support the liver and it is the main component in Health Force's Liver Rescue
herbal blend. Other supportive herbs in the blend include artichoke and dandelion. Use this gentle blend for general maintenance or as part of a cleansing regime. This formula also has benficial ORAC capacity thus helping with overall health and liver support.
"Our lives are
constantly stressed from food toxins, drugs (over the counter and
prescription) and environmental toxins. A less than optimally
functioning liver has profound health ramifications for the entire body.
Liver Rescue 4+ contains actually therapeutic levels of the most
powerful liver herb known. Supports both Phase 1 and phase 2 liver
detoxification. Provides powerful direct antioxidants (4,100 ORAC TEIg)
plus it increase the liver's ability to naturally produce the even more
powerful metabolic antioxidant enzymes superoxide dismutase (S.O.D.) and
glutathione peroxidase. Liver Rescue nutritionally supports liver
function, regeneration, liver detoxification, bile flow, and helps
protect the skin from (U.V.) radiation. I truly
wish you great health and happiness always"- Jameth Sheridan
Reishi is another top notch herb for the liver. In Traditional Chinese medicine reishi is known as a shen tonic a substance that helps to calm and uplift the spirit. In China and other Asian countries it is revered as a premiere tonic herb where it has been used medicinally for hundreds of years. Reishi is a mushroom that has been and is used to support the body in various ways. It has been used for respitory health, neurological health and liver health.
Reishi has been and is used to support liver health and address various aliments that affect the liver. Among the conditions which practitioners have recommended reishi for are cirrhosis and hepatitis. Reishi contains a host of anti oxidant compounds which support the health and detoxification of the liver. A Chinese study involving mice demonstrated that reishi had the capacity to restore liver tissue damaged by harmful chemical back to a healthy state. While the research is limited it does align with the traditional use as a liver tonic and protector.
The reishi featured in Quantum Research's Reishi Complex
is wild sourced and of the highest caliber available on the market. This complex features many complimentary herbs and nutrients designed to support the function of reishi and liver health. Castor Oil Cleansing
is also a great way to support the liver. Please refer to the following post to learn more about Castor Oil Cleansing and visit our web store to purchase the highest quality Castor Oil
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Lemons are also very good for the liver and many people like to drink a glass of warm water with the juice of half a lemon in the morning. This helps to reduce liver stagnation, clear congestion and cleanse mucus build up from the system. While lemons are acid once they are ingested they alkalize the body and help to keep the body's ph balanced. Also try using lemons instead of vinegar on your salads. The combination of organic greens, raw olive oil and lemon juice with a touch of salt; yum and good for the liver.
Keeping the liver healthy and functioning optimally in paramount to good
health. The supplements recommended here are meant to be an adjunct to
an already healthy diet and lifestyle. Because without a strong
foundation we have little to build good health upon. Consider using
these supplements, eating well and a few of the tips from this post and
the previous one. Your liver will love it and so will you.