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Black Radish (Raphanus sativas) – Traditionally used for a variety of dyspeptic disorders‚ especially those related to dyskinesia of
the bile ducts. Other uses have been for nausea‚ fatulence‚ gallbladder disturbances‚ headaches and respiratory catarrh.
Beet (Beta vulgaris) – Traditionally used for its antihepatotoxic effects; it has been shown to keep fats from depositing in the liver. This
hepatoprotective effect can be due to the herb’s concentration of betaine‚ which has been shown to lower elevated homocysteine
levels‚ have lipotropic activity and support digestion.
Milk Thistle (Carduus Marianus) – Has been used by herbalists for hundreds of years for many liver conditions. The active
phytochemical in Milk Thistle‚ Silymarin‚ has been shown to regenerate liver cells and guards the liver from damage by pollutants
and viral toxicity. It has also been used by herbalists for chronic hepatitis‚ fatty liver disorders‚ cholangitis (infammation of bile ducts
decreasing bile fow)‚ cholestasis‚ cirrhosis and hepatic organ damage.
Cayenne (Capsicum annum) – The name “Capsicum” comes from the Greek word meaning “to bite;” it is described as the plant
that bites back. Known for its stimulating properties‚ Cayenne has been used extensively by herbalists as a catalyst in many herbal
formulas. Cayenne’s traditional uses range from stimulating the fow of digestive secretions and peristalsis to work in healing an
ulcerated stomach‚ stimulating circulation in all areas of the body and perhaps thinning mucous‚ allowing the body to expel toxins
Stone Root (Collinsonia canadensis) – Named because its root looks like a stone. Traditionally it has mostly been used to treat
stones in the kidney‚ bladder or urinary tract. Other uses have been for intestinal and stomach disease.
Condurango (Gonolobus condurango) – Known for its bitter properties‚ it has been used traditionally for poor appetite and digestion‚
liver & bile disturbances‚ chronic gastritis and gastric ulceration‚ food intolerances‚ allergies and as an effective protectant against
enteric and hepatic infections.
30 drops orally (in water or juice if desired) twice daily a.m./p.m.‚ or as directed.
Consult a healthcare professional before use.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- Gluten Free