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Sluggish Liver Conditioning Herbal Treatment
100 ml Blend, Dose 20 drops three times daily $58
The liver is the primary chemical factory in the body and it is charged with changing chemical substances in the blood into other substances useful to the body. It also breaks down toxins in the system to either render them harmless or to prepare them for elimination. The liver is in communication with all the other partners of your metabolism and it performs backup and support duties if other systems are injured or otherwise failing to keep up with their own functions.
We also seem to process emotions in such a way that they affect the liver and again, if the liver is struggling it can generate specific emotional responses. The liver itself is a tremendously resilient organ and capable of healing itself, or even re-growing itself if parts are removed or if transplanted. When healthy, a liver is also very forgiving and capable of putting up with an enormous amount of substance abuse, as we all know.
Many herbs do offer support to the liver but I find the most effective are Dandelion and St Mary's Thistle which are both very similar in the action insofar as they are particularly valuable to a liver which is toxic, damaged physically or emotionally or struggling to keep up with the processes of elimination.
Many folk who never have enough vitality and energy or who have difficulty digesting various foods or have bad skin or difficulty in keeping their weight down are at the mercy of a sluggish liver however caused.
My sluggish liver formula contains; Agrimony, Alfalfa, Blue Flag, Dandelion, Fennel, Fenugreek, Rosehips, St Mary's Thistle and a selection of appropriate Bach Flower remedies.
20 drops three times per day taken in a full glass of water and a couple of cups daily of Dandelion Tea will make an immediate and noticeable difference to how you liver is functioning and a course of 3 to 6 months of the mix should completely restore your liver to health.
This information is not intended to replace medical diagnosis or treatment.
Herbal descriptions are examples of combinations of herbs and should not be interpreted to mean that this combination is for this condition.
Further information on Herbs and Healing: Does a Herbalist need a Medical Diagnosis?
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