Why these ingredients?
- Burdock: believed to help with liver disorders such as hepatitis, gall stones, and inflammation. It also has anti-carcinogenic properties.
- Gentian Root: historically used to treat liver damage, stomach, and digestive problems, migraines, high blood pressure, gout, and chronic fatigue and weakness, to name a few.
- Ginger Root: Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger. It is a powerful anti-innflammatory and antioxidant effects. In addition, ginger is effective against nausea, lowers bad cholesterol, and has anti-diabetic properties.
- milk thistle: has liver-protecting effects.
- Peppermint: helps the liver with its digestive and detoxification functions
- Reishi Mushroom: help detoxify the liver, reduce mild fatty liver conditions increase the body’s glutathione content which helps protect the cells from damage, and makes toxins easier to remove from the body
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