For a Happy Liver
• Gently cleanse your liver
• Nourish, protect, and stimulate for increased energy
• Improve mood
The liver is responsible for most of our energy needs, taking raw material-form foods and breaking them down into basic components used to create and store glycogen, which is used as immediate and future energy sources.
Give your liver a lift with these carefully selected, liver-friendly herbs that gently cleanse, stimulate, nourish and protect this vital organ.
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Quassia bark (Quassia amara) : Quassia bark is one of the best stomach bitters, acting as a digestive aid and intestinal cleanser. It also provides support for healthy liver and gallbladder function.
Alfalfa leaf (Medicago sativa) : Alfalfa leaves are high in vitamin K and also contain many other nutrients, including vitamin C, copper, manganese, and folate. This herb is traditionally used to benefit metabolic health, support menopause symptoms, and provide antioxidant effects.
Blessed Thistle herb (Cnicus benedictus) : Blessed thistle contains bitter compounds that support the production of both saliva and gastric acid, which both aid digestion. It is also used as an herbal galactagogue, which increases the flow of breast milk.
Dandelion root (Taraxacum officinale) : The root of this flower has been associated with many of the dandelion benefits, including the support of a healthy liver, healthy cholesterol levels, and bone health.
Fresh Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) : Ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful health benefits, including digestive support, inflammation and antioxidant support, cardiovascular support, and overall healthy cell support. Fresh ginger has higher levels of the active ingredient gingerol, which has potent anti-inflammatory benefits and digestive benefits. The drying process of ginger reduces the gingerol, but in turn increases the levels of shogaol, which provide more potent free radical scavenging benefits, providing support for healthy cells.
Gentian root (Gentiana lutea) : Gentian is one of the most bitter of the bitter digestive tonics. It tones the digestive tract while increasing the production of digestive fluids and bile needed for an optimal cleanse and may help to support nutrient absorption. It also provides support for the liver and gallbladder, and has antioxidant benefits to support healthy cells.
Grape seed (Vitis vinifera) : Grape seeds are rich in antioxidants, including phenolic acids, anthocyanins, flavonoids, and oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPCs). All of these antioxidants can help to support healthy cells, a healthy inflammatory response, and keep body tissues healthy.
Milk Thistle seed (Silybum marianum) : The active ingredient in milk thistle is called silymarin, with acts as an antioxidant. It may promote a detoxifying effect, which is why milk thistle may be beneficial for liver health. Additionally, milk thistle also helps to maintain normal kidney function and promote optimal immune function.
Oatstraw herb (Avena sativa) : Oatstraw is high in iron, manganese, and zinc. It’s believed to offer numerous health benefits, such as inflammatory support and healthy brain function and mood support.
Oregon Grape root (Mahonia aquifolium) : Oregon grape root has traditionally been used for its digestive stimulant properties, antimicrobial benefits, immune-boosting, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Yellow Dock root (Rumex crispus)
3-11 yrs: 1/8 tsp.
12+ yrs: 1/4 tsp.
Shake well, take 1-3 times daily, or as needed.