These herbs are effective for liver regeneration.
The feeling of heaviness after eating, bloating, colic, nausea, or chronic fatigue can be symptoms of liver disease.
The liver is the largest digestive gland, and is responsible for hundreds of key processes in the body. It is most known for the fact that filters blood, picks up her toxic compounds and turns them into less harmful forms, which can then be removed from the body. The liver also deals with the transformation of proteins, fats and carbohydrates, produces bile and connections involved in the processes of coagulation, generates and stores spare energy connection in the form of glycogen and stores vitamins a, D and B.
Although the liver has the ability to regenerate, the excess of harmful factors, particularly substances, which it cannot remove, it causes damage that is felt in the body.
When the liver needs help?
The liver is able to remove potentially harmful links throughout a person’s life.
Excessive load on the liver for a long time does not give specific symptoms or they are so non-specific that they are difficult to associate with the problems of this body. The poor condition of the liver may indicate a poor state of health, but in more severe cases, such as hepatitis symptoms:
•varicose veins, spider veins and venous problems
•stones in the gallbladder,
•swelling of the body,
•itching of the whole body,
•pain in right abdomen,
•yellowing of the skin.
In the event of jaundice, dark urine and persistent gastrointestinal dysfunction should consult a doctor.
Our liver is burdened:
•contamination of food and water, for example, the tools used in the cultivation of plants, livestock, ingredients of plastic packaging
•some food additives,
•highly processed foods high in fat,
•appliances with non-stick coating of the old type,
•many ingredients of cosmetics,
•taking in excess vitamins,
•mold on the walls,
•excessive protein, especially animal protein.
Herbs for liver
Liver regeneration is supported by medicinal plants. According to herbalists, the herbs and botanicals used for the treatment of liver and biliary system, operate in the following areas:
•anti-inflammatory and protective effect on liver cells
•antibacterial and antiviral,
In the case of diseases of the liver and gallbladder treatment is carried out several months or even years, using herbs, such as:
•the fruit of Silybum marianum,
•the root of black radish,
•rhizome of turmeric,
•grass thistles ordinary,
Artichoke and milk Thistle is the best combination
Herbs, most often used in diseases of the liver and gallbladder are milk Thistle and artichoke, the most important components of which are agent cynarin and silymarin. These compounds are used together, show synergism, that is, they work more efficiently.
Grass artichoke — contains an active substance called tsinarin, as well as others, including phenolic and organic acids, flavonoids, triterpenes, phytosterols. These ingredients have a strong cholagogue, choleretic and hepatoprotective effect. They stimulate the regeneration of hepatocytes, reduction of cholesterol, lipids and blood glucose. Some of them, including tsinarin also has detox and antioxidant properties. Ingredients in artichoke stimulate the secretion of digestive juices of the pancreas and the small intestine, to prevent gallbladder, regulate peristalsis of the colon, prevent constipation. Long-term treatment cynarina protects against atherosclerosis and prevents toxic damage of the liver parenchyma, and with silymarin may reduce the risk of steatosis and cirrhosis.
The fruit of milk Thistle contain silymarin, belonging to flavonolignans, essential oils, histamine, and tyramine and betaine. They have strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effect, stabilizes cell membranes, protects against DNA damage. They regulate fat metabolism, mobilizing fat in the body, prevent fatty liver and cirrhosis. Silymarin reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood, acts against diabetes, relaxes smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract. Helps eliminate the symptoms of indigestion, increases the tolerance of fats and proteins. Stimulates the immune system and supports the treatment of autoimmune diseases.
Herbal blend for the liver.
Tea can be prepared by mixing 50 g of nettle leaves, horsetail herb, licorice root, chamomile flowers, 30 g of dandelion root. The infusion is prepared from 2 tablespoons of the composition to 0.5 liters of water and drink at a dose of about 130 ml 3 times a day.