The detoxification in the liver is in two phases namely I & II.
To reverse liver disease through detoxification,herbs and supplements are used to aid the liver to facilitate
the two phases of detoxification. By dong this we prevent net accumulation of toxic wastes, support liver function and regeneration.
Through the liver we can support the overall health of the body. With this approach,viruses can not thrive,bile stagnation
is reversed to free flow, fatty liver is addressed and cirrhosis is stopped.We have essentially reversed or stopped liver
damage.Sadly,drugs facilitate progression of liver damage
Detox Your Liver with These Natural Herbs
By Elizabeth Walling, citizen journalist
Maybe you have a childhood memory of forgetting to clean your fish tank's filter. After all, it's easy to forget a fish
tank even has a filter until it's so clogged up it starts to malfunction. Eventually, the tank is covered in slime and the
health of your fish begins to fail. This scenario is much like the way we view our liver today. We often overlook the importance
of the liver until it begins to adversely affect our health. However, this organ plays a vital role in cleansing, detoxifying
and purification on a daily basis. The liver is also where many important nutrients are metabolized. Without a healthy liver,
we cannot be healthy.
If you want to keep the environment clear and healthy in your fish tank, regular filter maintenance
is a must. Similarly, if you want to enjoy vibrant health, maintaining your liver is crucial. When liver health is declining,
you may experience a variety of symptoms including fatigue, sluggishness, hormone imbalances, acne, headaches and more.
our literally toxic modern society, maintaining liver health is more important than ever. These natural herbs provide potent
results in detoxifying and restoring the liver:
Milk Thistle. By far the most famous herb for liver health, milk thistle
contains antioxidant flavonoids, which protect liver cells from damage by preventing toxin absorption and enhancing regeneration.
Milk thistle is a part of most popular liver tonics, and it can also be ground fresh and sprinkled over food.
involves enzyme systems that the liver uses in the transformation of toxins to less harmful waste products. During this transformation,
toxins, drugs and wastes are converted to intermediate products the body can handle and eventually eliminate. These enzyme
systems were part of human evolution designed to neutralize endogenous byproducts of metabolism that need to be deactivated
by the body. Heating and processing of food takes away the enzymes, thus making natural detoxification impossible and disease
prevalent. The microsomal enzymes in whole foods help to neutralize toxins like spoilt foods and environmental toxins that
early humans encounter in the wild. Please read moore
Artichoke. Thought to have a protective effect on liver cells, artichoke can aid liver regeneration and improve its
function. It also supports bile production, which is important for digestion and assimilating valuable nutrients. Some clinical
studies show artichoke can lower triglyceride levels, as well.
Dandelion. This herb makes an ideal liver treatment because
it is highly effective and generally very safe (it is also quite inexpensive). All parts of the flower can be useful, but
dandelion root is the most popular liver remedy, while the leaves are known for promoting kidney health.
remedy was often used in Eastern medicine to treat liver problems. One study reported licorice increased the production of
interferon, which may explain this herb's unique ability to defend liver health from harmful toxins.
Keep in mind that
any of these herbs should be used in conjunction with lifestyle factors which promote liver health, such as avoiding alcohol,
caffeine and tobacco; staying active with regular exercise (even walking and yoga are highly beneficial); avoiding processed
foods filled with junk sugars and chemical additives; and finally, learning to manage stress and developing healthy sleeping