Liver cleansing herbs
Attention! Before using herbs, make sure to read the list of contraindications in our Travnik! Otherwise you risk to get complications
How do I detox the liver herbs
| To cleanse the liver with herbs, make a collection of such herbs: bearberry, knotweed (knotweed), corn silk, St. John's wort.|
One tablespoon each of the herbs, pour two liters of boiling water. Put on fire and boil for 10 minutes. Then allow to stand for 30 minutes, wrapped. Then leave to cool. Taking one glass half an hour before meals for one month.
Then take a break for three weeks. During this period to drink in place of tea decoction of oats. It is prepared thus: half a liter of boiling water is taken a handful of crude oats, and boil for 30 minutes. Again, it can be used as broth for vegetarian soup.
After three weeks, again, need to start drinking herbal. So to repeat 3 times.
Before you do a liver flush, it would be good to do tyubazh, it will help diseased liver. For this mineral water "Borjomi" (in glass bottle of 0.5 liters), to leave open at night. In the morning dissolved in a glass of water, one teaspoon of xylitol and drink. Then, on the liver area to put a hot water bottle for half an hour. As soon as half an hour, drink the remaining water. Perform 10 procedures (tyubazh, 2 day break, tyubazh, etc., only 10 times)
Cleansing the gallbladder
| A cleaning procedure, designed to cleanse the liver, purify and even gallbladder. As a cholagogue suitable Hypericum perforatum. It will help the sick and healthy are useful as a preventive measure. St. John's wort can be added to tea, or brew separately to get the color of weak tea. Prolonged use of this herb has choleretic effect, stimulates the endocrine glands, strengthens the immune system. |
If the gallbladder heavily contaminated with stones, will help a decoction: 10 grams (about 1.5 tablespoons) of the herb St. John's wort pour into an enamel saucepan, pour a glass of boiling water, cover and heat on a water bath for 30 minutes. After cooling, chill, pour water to the original volume, ie up to 200 ml. of This brothtake 1/3 Cup 3 times a day for half an hour before meals. Stored the broth in the refrigerator no more than two days. Liver cleanse, using St. John's wort, gives a very good result.
After two months of taking St. John's wort decoction or tea, you need to take a break, to ensure that the body is not used to the grass.
Liver cleansing herbs on Ignatenko
| Forty grams of calendula flowers (marigold), pour one liter of boiling water. Take this dose in three divided doses. To drink within 2 – 3 weeks for 20 minutes before eating. This will be the first step in the cleansing the liver with herbs. The second step is the removal of stones. For this you will need olive oil and lemon juice, either in 100 ml. as we previously liver cleanse with herbs, oil and lemon juice takes less than other methods of purification, and they need to mix. This mixture must be cooled to 10 degrees.|
The first day lunch, dinner is not necessary. Without ceasing to stir the mixture, it is necessary to drink in small SIPS in bed, then getting up. The next day in the morning, do an enema all day to drink only boiled water with honey and lemon juice or citric acid. Again the next day to do an enema, after which you can have cooked vegetables, dried fruit. After some enemas, will leave the stones. To achieve the best result, this procedure repeat in two weeks.
Cleaning the liver and gall bladder.
For this clean the liver herbs: field horsetail, corn stigmas, knotweed and flowers of calendulain equal parts. One tablespoon collection pour two cups of boiling water, boil for two more minutes, let stand 30 – 40 minutes. Then strain. The broth take half a Cup 3 times a day, after meals, for three weeks. Then take a break for one week, and again make the broth now for the past two weeks. Break again for one week, and the grass make for the past three weeks.
Here is the full course: 3 weeks of drinking this mixture is 1 week vacation; 2 weeks of receiving broth – 1 week off; again 3 weeks reception broth.