Herbs

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The cereal grasses – wheat grass, barley grass, alfalfa – (all of which have similar properties) have been studied since the early part of the century.
These have been used with exceptional results to boost health and vitality both of people and animals.

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Medicinal herbs are always great first choice to get you healthy and keep you healthy.
The first reason to use herbs is simply for empowerment. Herbal medicines are completely within your own control. You can find out what works you and then always keep some of those herbs handy when you need them.

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Post image for Milk thistle – the best herbs for the liver

In the last few decades, much research has been carried out in Europe on milk thistle . In some parts – Germany, for example, milk thistle has become one of the most used herbs.

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Post image for Barberry – fantastic herb for the liver

Barberry has been used in European and American herbalism to treat many conditions, especially infections and stomach problems. It has also been used to treat skin conditions.

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Post image for Dandelion – a gentle, effective liver herb

Dandelion has been used for centuries by herbalists for general detox. These herbalists particularly used dandelion for the liver Folk names for dandelion include lion’s tooth, bitterwort, wild endive, priest’s crown, doonheadclock, piss-a-bed, irish daisy, blow ball, yellow gowan, puffball, clock flower, swine snout, pu gong ying, fortune-teller, and cankerwort.

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Stress needs no introduction – everyone has felt it and knows how it feels. If you cannot handle it, and the symptoms that result, it could pay you to treat your liver better.

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Xandria Williams has written a whole book about liver cleanse, using her Liver Detox Plan. Here is an extract from her book detailing her approach to that type of cleanse. In this extract she talks about some of the important functions of the liver and touches on her liver cleanse approach.

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Herbs to detox the liver have become very popular, especially since the widespread use of milk thistle over the past twenty years. I remember in the early 1980’s when milk thistle was really little known – and it certainly was not generally found in shops in the UK.

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Most households throughout the West will include some form of Cayenne in the kitchen but most people probably do not realise what a powerfully healing herb it really is. It is particularly a great blood circulation stimulant.

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Post image for Ginger root – for circulation & digestion

Ginger is today an ingredient in more than 50 percent of traditional herbal remedies. Its properties as an anti-oxidant and circulatory stimulant means that it has been used to treat many conditions, including nausea, indigestion, fever, and infection.

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