9 most important herbs for cleansing the liver

Liver
Imagine an aquarium where the water is moved by filters. If they are clogged with toxins from the tank, the entire aquarium is full of dirt. Liver plays the role of a filter in the body, the aquarium is the whole body, and fish are your health. Fortunately, there are many herbs that can cleanse your liver. Let's start by assessing the role of the liver in cleansing the body.

It is the most important organ responsible for removing and neutralizing toxins. It produces bile that is essential for the digestion of fats. All doctors know how important it is for general health to function properly. It is responsible for the proper functioning of eyes, heart, brain, sexual organs, joints and kidneys. If the liver does not produce one of the thousands of enzymes needed for other organs, this causes a disorder of the whole body and causes serious health problems.

There are tons of liver cleansing herbs out of which I chose 9 of the most interesting:

Borututu bark

Borututu bark is one of the strongest feedstocks used to cleanse the liver and support the digestive system. It can be helpful as a remedy for intestinal colic and jaundice. The important thing is that it contains powerful antioxidants that protect liver cells from damage.

Milk thistle seeds

Milk thistle has been used for over 2,000 years because of its strong effects on the liver and gallbladder. Aelius Galenus and Plinius recognized its properties and used it to improve the functioning of the liver. Milk thistle detoxifies the liver of toxins such as alcohol, regenerates damaged liver tissue, and also stimulates bile secretion and improves digestion.

Chanca Piedra

The people of the Amazon have been using this herb for centuries to get rid of the calculus in the liver, gall bladder, and the kidneys. The herb accelerates cleansing the liver of toxins. Chanca Piedra regenerates the liver, increases the production of bile and reduces the formation of calcification in the body.

Greater celandine

The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that greater celandine was the herb with the most powerful cleansing properties. Maurice Messegue, the most famous French herbalist, recommended this herb for all liver problems. It stimulates the work of the pancreas, supports the removal of impurities from the liver and improves its work, stimulates the production of bile and reduces contractions of the gallbladder.

Common chicory root

It is a herb known mainly for its blue flowers and its ability to cleanse the liver. Ancient Romans, Persians, Arabs and Indians used the leaves and root of common chicory to treat diseases such as jaundice, calculus in the liver and gallbladder, urinary calculi, constipation, digestive disorders, depression and headaches.

Dandelion root

It is a very popular weed whose liver cleansing properties have been used for centuries. Dandelion root stimulates bile secretion and is used by herbalists for hormonal problems and acne.

Turmeric

A plant with a yellow root, a distant relative of ginger. It strongly protects the liver and regenerates its cells. Turmeric supports the secretion of enzymes responsible for the removal of toxins and carcinogens.

Pepper mint
Pepper mint

Peppermint is used not only for fresh breath. The herb stimulates the secretion of bile and relaxes the bile ducts, thanks to which fats are better digested. It also reduces the level of bad cholesterol and makes it easier to filter the toxins. Peppermint unlocks obstruction in the kidneys and gallbladder, and also supports the stomach.

Curly dock

The herb is known as a blood cleanser and is often used to remove toxins from the body. It facilitates digestion by stimulating the production of bile, improves liver cleansing and increases the amount of gastric juices, it also has a gentle diuretic effect, thus purifying the blood. It also reduces the irritation of the liver and the digestive system.

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