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Silybum marianum is an edible plant that like other members of the thistle family possesses significant liver detoxifying properties. It is used with all manner of liver disorders, everything from cirrhosis to hepatitis. It has almost no known side effects except possibly for those who are allergic to ragweed and marigold and other plants in the same family.

 

Bhringaraj Extract, 2 oz.
Eclipta alba

In the Ayurvedic medical system, bhringaraj is regarded as a rasayana or longevity herb. Though many people use this herb to stimulate hair growth and avoid graying, there are other anti-aging benefits associated with bhringaraj. The herb helps to reduce excess kapha and vata. In Siddha Medicine, the leaves are used with ghee to disgorge phlegm lodged in the tongue and tonsils, one of the preparations for serious rejuvenation. The leaf extract is a powerful liver tonic but mild enough for children to take for biliousness associated with intestinal parasites. As those familiar with Ayurvedic medicine would expect, a liver herb will tend to have a positive influence on the eyes and skin as well as the liver and blood.

Alcohol: 34-36%

Contents: extract of aerial parts Eclipta alba in Distilled Water and Organic Alcohol.

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Burdock Extract, 2 oz.
Arctium lappa

Burdock root is edible and often used in cuisine, mainly in Japan and Eastern Europe. It is very safe to consume and is often found in formulas where its primary action is that of a blood cleanser. It is a member of the thistle family which provides us with a number of famous detoxifying herbs, including milk thistle and artichokes. Research has shown excellent results with many kinds of tumors as well as infections. The root also also demonstrated a prebiotic effect in promoting the growth of healthy bacteria.

Alcohol:

Contents: Arctium lappa root in distilled water, organic cane alcohol, and pure vegetable glycerin.

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Guduchi Extract, 2 oz.
Tinospora cordifolia

Guduchi is one of the most famous detoxifying herbs in the Ayurvedic pharmacopeia. It crosses the blood-brain barrier and improves cognitive functioning and recall but its main claim to fame is its power to reduce toxins and even to protect the body from the harmful effects of toxins. It enjoys the status of a rasayana or rejuvenative herb and was traditionally used for three years in order to promote longevity and imperviousness to toxins.

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Alcohol: 39-41%

Contents: 1:4 extract of organically grown Tinospora cordifolia stem tincture in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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Liver Tune Up, 4 oz.

Most liver cleansing formulas are very bitter and cold, but this one has some warming herbs to help digestion and promote detoxification simultaneously. It is intended for relatively long-term use, at least two months but those who have been exposed to more liver insults may find that they want to continue for 4-6 months or even a year.

Alcohol: 53-54%

Contents: proprietary blend of Milk Thistle seeds, Ginger root, Dandelion root, Yellow Gentian root, Fennel seed, Licorice root, Turmeric root, Bupleurum root in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.

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Milk Thistle Extract, 2 oz.

Milk Thistle, 2 oz.
Silybum marianum

Milk thistle is one of the most famous liver herbs. It is both hepatoprotective as well as effective in the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the liver and gall bladder, including inflammation, swelling, and cirrhosis.

Alcohol: 85%

Contents: extract of Silybum marianum seeds in organic grain alcohol and distilled water.

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Nettles Extract, 2 oz.
Urtica dioica

The most popular use today of stinging nettles is for detoxification. The action is based on stimulation of waste elimination by promoting increased production of urine. The leaves have a similar action on milk production. Nettles helps to build blood and thereby to alleviate symptoms of anemia.

Alcohol:

Contents: extract of fresh Urtica dioica leaf 1:2.5 in organic cane alcohol, distilled water, and vegetable glycerin.

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Stone Breaker Extract, 2 oz.
Phyllanthus amarus

Phyllanthus amarus in known in South America as "chanca piedra" or breaker of stones. There, it is used mainly for kidney stones but also for gall stones and many other disorders ranging from malaria to liver cancer. In Ayurvedic medicine Phyllanthus amarus is known as bhumi amalaki. It is revered as a major detoxifying and liver rejuvenative herb. It is recommended that it be used in small amounts over a long period of time. Modern studies support traditional uses and suggest that Phyllanthus amarus prevents mutation of liver cells when exposed to carcinogens.

Alcohol: 39-41%

Contents: Phyllanthus amarus leaf extract, 1:3, in Distilled Water, Organic Alcohol, and Vegetable Glycerin.

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No claim is made for the effectiveness of any formula in treating or curing any disease, and no product or information provided in relationship to any product is intended to replace the advice of qualified health care practitioners. If in doubt about specific needs, please contact your practitioner. None of these products has been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.