8 herbs for liver health

Now a lot of med­i­cines are being adver­tised to help the liv­er, an impor­tant organ of the human body. How­ev­er, if you look close­ly at the com­po­si­tion of these drugs, you will notice that most of them are made on the basis of med­i­c­i­nal herbs. There­fore, we can safe­ly say that herbs col­lect­ed on their own will also be effec­tive in treat­ing the liv­er and pre­vent­ing many dis­eases.

Infu­sion Recipes


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Take equal­ly herbs St. John’s wort, immortelle, pep­per­mint, cal­en­du­la, licorice root, mix. Pour 4 tbsp. col­lec­tion spoons of 1 liter of boil­ing water in a ther­mos or in a jar, wrap warm­ly. Let it brew overnight, strain in the morn­ing and drink 100 ml 3 times a day 30 min­utes before meals.


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Com­bine in equal parts the herb immortelle, cal­en­du­la and licorice root. Pour in a ther­mos 4 tbsp. col­lec­tion spoons 1 liter of boil­ing water. Insist overnight, strain and drink in the morn­ing, like the first infu­sion.


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With stones in the gall­blad­der, cir­rho­sis of the liv­er, chole­cys­ti­tis, dan­de­lions are very use­ful. Dur­ing the growth peri­od of dan­de­lions, pick 5–6 fresh stems with flow­ers. Rinse well and chew slow­ly.
As a gen­er­al ton­ic for diges­tion, a green cock­tail made from fresh dan­de­lion leaves is suit­able. To pre­pare, you need to fine­ly chop 5–6 leaves and grind in a blender along with 200 ml of any fer­ment­ed milk drink. Drink in the morn­ing on an emp­ty stom­ach and before going to bed, 1 glass.


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For resorp­tion of seals in the liv­er, mum­my and aloe juice can help. Dis­solve 5 g of mum­my in 150 ml of aloe juice. Before prun­ing the leaves, the plant can not be watered and washed for 3 days. Wipe the cut leaves with a dry cloth, wrap in cling film and put in the refrig­er­a­tor for 2 weeks. Then squeeze out the juice. Infu­sion take 1 tea­spoon for adults, 0.5 tea­spoon for chil­dren 2 times a day (before break­fast and at bed­time). The course is a week admis­sion, a week break. Drink the infu­sion until it runs out. If you have heart prob­lems or chron­ic con­sti­pa­tion, the infu­sion should not be tak­en.

St. John's wort

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Pour 50 g of St. John’s wort 0.5 l of Cahors. Leave for 2 weeks in a dark place at room tem­per­a­ture, shak­ing the bot­tle occa­sion­al­ly. Then strain and take 1 tbsp. spoon 3 times a day before meals. The course is 2 months (a week after a week).

Source: Home Doc­tor mag­a­zine


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