Liver and Gallbladder Health
your liver and gall bladder healthy is an important component of
keeping your entire body healthy.
the liver and gall bladder are the two organs which filter and process
toxins, bacteria, and other harmful substances from our bodies,
these organs must be kept in prime operating condition in order
for the rest of the body to maintain its best levels of health.
liver is the primary waste disposal organ in our bodies. Its job
is to filter out the undesirable and toxic substances from our blood.
liver creates bile from this waste and sends it on to the gallbladder,
which in turn sends it into the small intestine. When stream well
enough, or the waste may get stagnated and start leaking toxins
back into the blood. n the liver or gall bladder are having problems,
the toxins may not be filtered out of the blood
this backs up or leakage occurs, it causes problems for other bodily
organs and functions.
you can help the liver and gall bladder stay healthy by simply keeping
the bile flowing regularly.
said, there are also several herbs that can either help to move
things along, as well as help the liver and gall bladder do their
are several herbs which are believed to help maintain the liver
is a weed which grows almost everywhere, and it's a wonderful
herb packed full of vitamins and nutrients. Dandelion helps cleanse
the liver by increasing its activity and increasing the flow of
bile into the intestines.
is an herbal diuretic which is useful for expelling worms and
parasites. Sometimes liver and gall bladder sicknesses are due
to the presence of parasites, so expelling them is considered
is an herb which acts as a cleanser for both the kidneys and bowels,
and helps remove toxins from the body.
Dock is a natural laxative which helps with liver congestion
and expels worms and parasites. Yellow dock dissolves mucus and
moves it through the system, plus it cleans the lymphatic system.
talk to your health care provider and discuss herb usage, and remember
to use herbs in moderation.
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