Products that Support Liver and Gallbladder Functions
Digestorum, Paracelsus Anti-Toxin and Paracelsus Elixir which are excellent choices as herbal remedies that help support and restore liver, gallbladder, stomach and pancreatic functions. They can be used during and, after the liver cleanse for about 14 days to help restore organ functions that have stagnated with notable effects. The Paracelsus formulas in helping to support Liver functions actually do assist greatly in cleansing offering much more than just abundant bowel movements. They do not however, remove gallstones.
The effects produced by these products are quite noticeable.
|Digestorum||Paracelsus Elixir||Paracelsus Anti-Toxin|
|Supports Stomach, Pancreas and Liver Functions
|Supports Digestive and Elimination Functions
|Supports Digestive and Elimination Functions
|Balancing Liver, Gallbladder and Stomach functions after the Liver and Gallbladder cleanse flush.||Paracelsus Elixir is an excellent formula with many uses centered primarily around digestive support.
Supporting the Functions of the Liver, Gallbladder, Stomach and General Intestinal Tract.
|Paracelsus Anti-Toxin supports elimination; cleansing the Liver and Gallbladder and Intestinal Tract..|
Cleansing the liver and gallbladder is not based on taking products natural or otherwise. In spite of what many have said and although there are many product claims – e is no actual herb to dissolve the congealed bile/fats in the form of “stones” – which is what a gallstone actually is. Some might produce more bile flow, but gallstones will not be dissolved so easily by simply taking a pill, tea or tincture alone especially with today’s constant exposure to contaminants.
Herbal remedies are best used to assist in the functions of the liver and gallbladder either during the “softening process” in preparation for or leading up to the actual liver gallbladder cleanse and/or after the actual liver cleanse to restore organ functions that have been encumbered for a long time due to the congestion and their resulting stagnation. Also, liver toxins that have been sitting in the liver for years or even decades will not instantly dissolve with a herbal remedy. However, the proper herbal remedy along with the liver cleanse and a clean diet for a reasonable period of time helps greatly to accomplish this.
There are also gallstones that are the result of calcification. These are not dissolved with Olive oil and lemon juice. There is an entirely different yet simple and natural procedure for this.
It should be restated that there are many herbal products that claim to clean the liver. It must be said that herbs are only alternatives – used to alter an organ from a plus state to a minus or a minus state to a plus condition. Or, they can provoke the function of an organ only! Very rarely do they actually clean. Usually, it is outside of their scope to actually clean. A restored organ function may provoke the organ itself to expel its waste but it isn’t the herb doing it.
There are many liver cleanse products that can provoke a bowel movement. Although this may help the average person feel better, this has little to do with the liver or a “liver cleanse.” Many “liver cleanse” products are predominantly made up of purgatives and laxatives with a few herbs commonly advertised as liver herbs added for good measure – typically milk thistle. Again, having the bowels purged in this manner usually makes the average person feel great but, toxins coming out of the liver very seldom resemble a normal or voluminous bowel movement.
Only by helping to restore an organ function can herbs help an organ pass their accumulated wastes. If the wastes are too “hardened” herbs alone will not move them. They need to be softened before they can be made to pass – hence the recent popularity of various food oils (common industry jargon – “fatty acids”). The oils being digestible solvents are actually the dissolvers of the hardened accumulated wastes. Without them no appreciable amount of waste will be removed from within the liver. Oils have the ability to emulsify fatty wastes that are of a similar composition to themselves – i.e. toxins of oil (petrochemical) origin. The theory being that same will dissolve same. If you want to soften a hardened oil based substance – you will need another oil.
Your food and air are the actual cleaner or polluter of your body. If you want to clean and keep your body clean eat good, clean organic foods. If these are not available conscientiousness in eating and praying over your food are of benefit.
(For as much as Milk thistle has been talked about it’s modern reputation far exceeds its actual ability. It is a very slow worker and sometimes as good as useless. Milk thistle is more talked about because it has gotten more commercial push than most other herbs. Many who are taking Milk thistle have likely also cleaned up their diets which is likely why they have experienced improvements but not likely because of the Milk Thistle. However, there are much more effective herbs in creation for liver and gallbladder functions. Remember that those who have taken milk thistle for liver problems would have very likely also cleaned up their diet. This in itself would have produced measurable improvements in liver functions.)
- The Basic Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse
- The Essential part of the Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse
- The limitations of herbal products with respect to liver cleansing
- The limitations of herbal products as liver cleansers on their own
- Who should be given credit for the liver cleanse
- Do not do a liver cleanse if or, precautions before doing a liver cleanse!
- Losing Weight and what someone who has lived on a typical North American diet for a long time should do before doing a liver cleanse
- What if you have no gallbladder?
- Milk Thistle in relation to liver cleansing
- What if you have an ulcer or acid reflux and are concerned about lemon juice and olive oil
- How soon can the liver cleanse be repeated
- Some cautions when doing a liver cleanse
- If Barium has been previously taken
- A Weak heart?
- Common symptoms of a clogged liver
- Why clean the liver