Jaundice, hepatitis, alcoholic cirrhosis, and a variety of other liver problems have become household words in America. Unfortunately, traditional medicine has no cure for any of them. To prevent future liver problems, an individual must consistently take care of their liver. After all, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. Common Sense™ “Liver Build” addresses all the health issues connected to the liver. This combination includes the following ingredients:
RED BEET ROOT
is a strong liver cleanser that stimulates production of digestive fluids and enzymes. It cleanses and detoxifies the kidney and gallbladder. It is an excellent source of potassium, folate, iron, magnesium, sodium, and betaine. Betaine is important for cardiovascular health from the buildup of fatty deposits in the liver brought about by alcohol abuse, protein deficiency, and diabetes. Red Beet Root shrinks inflamed tissues and promotes urine and has a healing effect in cancer patients.
has remarkable nutritional value, being very high in Vitamins A, B, and C, with more beta carotene than carrots and more potassium than broccoli or spinach. Not to mention healthy doses of iron and copper for good measure. Dandelion is considered very safe and effective as a general tonic that helps strengthen the liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, stomach, and intestines. It improves bile flow and reducing inflammation in cases of hepatitis and cirrhosis. It also helps to build hydrochloric acid in the stomach to help us digest our food. Dandelion also helps to dissipate gallstones and is believed to improve kidney function, thereby improving overall health and clearing skin problems. It is an herb used for building the blood; the blood is the life of the flesh. Every ninety days we generate new blood, therefore, It is known for getting rid of anemia in as little as 90 days, if taken faithfully.
is primarily used in relieving congestion of kidney and elimination of gallstones. It is excellent as a diuretic and removes obstructions in the liver and spleen. It helps to purify the blood and accelerate the excretion of toxins from the body. Parsley Leaves may also ease bloating, reduce excess water weight, and improve urination when it is painful or incomplete. Parsley Leaves are believed to lower blood pressure, reduce an accelerated heart rate and relieve hypertension because of its diuretic properties. It helps prevent tumors, and alleviates after birth pains. It is highly nutritious and provides a good source of iron (important for the proper formation of red blood cells), potassium, calcium, manganese, and folic acid (which may help prevent cardiovascular disease). Parsley Leaves works to normalize a delayed menstruation and is said to have a toning effect on the uterus, as well as on the prostate in men.
CAYENNE PEPPER (Capsicum)
is thought to be the world’s greatest herb. No herbal combination is complete without it, since it is a catalyst for all herbs. Capsicum circulates blood to the extremities (hands, head and feet) which makes wounds heal faster. It is known to stop internal and external bleeding, shock, heart attack, stroke, ulcers, and a host of other maladies. Contrary to popular belief, it is not an irritant, but is a soothing herb.
is an excellent astringent herb and has a diuretic action. It aids in the relief of stiffness and pain. It is considered a great tonic in cases of inflammation. It is very good for respiratory problems and promotes circulation throughout the body. Its local astringent and anti-hemorrhagic effect explains the application of Horsetail to such conditions as mouth-bleeds, nose bleeds, bleeding of the bowel, and for slow-healing wounds. It is used to cool fevers and as a remedy for eye inflammations such as conjunctivitis and corneal disorders. Horsetail contains plenty of silica which helps to fix calcium, thereby serving as an aid for liver problems. It has also been used to treat deep-seated lung damage such as tuberculosis or emphysema.
contains alkaloids (a group of naturally occurring chemical compounds that contain mostly basic nitrogen atoms which stimulate the production of bile.) Barberry Root have been used to treat liver problems, the gallbladder, eliminate gallstones, and reduce inflammation. Along with being a great blood builders, Barberry Root dilates blood vessels, thus lowering high blood pressure. It is used for treating urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal disturbances, and respiratory infections. Barberry Root is a potent fungicide, hence is effective against Candida infections in the vagina and in other skin infections such as psoriasis.
MILK THISTLE SEED
is known as the liver’s best friend. Milk Thistle is unique in its ability to protect the liver and has no equivalent in the pharmaceutical drug world. Milk Thistle helps to repair liver cells and promotes the regeneration of new cells. In summary, Milk Thistle benefits the liver by ensuring that the liver’s daily tasks are carried out and that the liver has the ability to rejuvenate itself. The major health benefits of Milk Thistle are that it has been found to be an effective medicinal treatment in patients suffering from alcoholic cirrhosis, alcohol-induced liver damage, and hepatitis. Milk Thistle actually benefits adrenal disorders and inflammatory bowel syndrome, as well as to treat psoriasis. Milk Thistle may stimulate the flow of breast milk in lactating moms.
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