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HEPAPLEX - Liver Cleansing Formula
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HEPAPLEX LIVER CLEANSING FORMULA

The Liver
The liver is the largest and most complex organ in the human body.

Located in the abdomen on the right side of the body between the diaphram and the lower rib cage, it weighs about 3 lbs. and is divided into four lobes of unequal size and shape.The liver cleanses the blood by filtering out the toxins that enter the body.

These toxins come from many sources and include air pollutants, pesticides, environmental chemicals, cigarette smoke, alcohol, prescription and non-prescription drugs. Environmental and chemical toxins enter the bloodstream when a person breathes, consumes food and beverages, and in jests or receives medication in any form. The liver disposes of these toxins by turning them into products that are excreted in the urine. The liver, a hard- working organ, also helps to maintain hormonal balance, regulates fat absorption and storage, and generally aids the digestion in numerous ways.

The importance of maintaining a healthy liver lies in that liver failure can result in death within as short a period as 24 hours.

OTHER FUNCTIONS OF THE LIVER

  • helps in the processing of all foods consumed as well as some drugs;
  • stores reserves of iron, vitamins and minerals;
  • makes bile required in the digestion of food;
  • detoxifies poisonous chemicals, including alcohol and drugs;
  • stores energy by stockpiling sugar until needed;
  • manufactures new proteins;
  • makes clotting factors to help blot clot;
  • removes breathed-in chemicals, including tobacco smoke and exhaust fumes;
  • produces about 80% of the cholesterol in the body;
  • produces urea, the principal ingredient in urine;
  • converts glucose to glycogen and maintains a proper level of glucose in the blood.

To prevent liver disease, restrict alcohol intake to no more than two drinks per day, and always avoid consuming alcohol while taking prescription or over-the-counter drugs. Avoid exposure to industrial chemicals, and do not take medications unless they are determined as necessary by your physician or medical practitioner. Finally, maintain a good, well-balanced diet.

Because of its heavy workload, your liver can become over-burdened, causing it to malfunction. And although a malfunctioning liver is seldom painful, it can lead to a number of problems caused by the accumulation of toxins that have not been removed from the body.

Signs that your liver may not be functioning properly include:

  • intolerance of fatty or spicy foods;
  • indigestion, chronic constipation, and persistent bowel problems;
  • fatigue, loss of energy, and mood swings;
  • weight gain or difficulty losing weight;
  • repeated bouts of nausea or headache;
  • jaundice or jaundice-like conditions as evidenced by discoloured urine;
  • weak tendons, ligaments and muscles; pain under the right shoulder;
  • the onset of Multiple Sclerosis;
  • sinus and allergy problems
  • skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and other un-explained skin rashes;
  • new sensitivity to chemicals of any sort.

Who Needs Liver Cleansing?
Everybody needs to cleanse his or her liver periodically, either for prevention or for recovery, because chronic disease often begins with toxic overload of the liver. An annual or twice-yearly liver cleanse can do much to help maintain or regain good health.





TRADITIONAL USE

Indications
Icterus, liver diseases, including cirrhosis, hepatitis and cholangitis; lowering cholesterol, increasing blood flow to liver and promoting liver cell regeneration; an antioxidant to purify the liver, provide immune support, and protect against dysfunction of the liver.

Contraindications
No known contraindications.

Side-effects
No known side-effects

Interactions with other medications
No known interactions with other medications.

Dosage and mode of administration
1 teaspoon 3 times a day on an empty stomach, taken in small amount of organic apple juice. Shake before use.

INGREDIENTS

Lycopodium clavatum
A traditional remedy for liver dysfunction and other liver ailments, Lycopodium clavatum is also used for indigestion, bloating, and other problems caused by overeating. These can include excessive burping or flatulence, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation with offensive gas emisions.

Carduus marianum
Acute or chronic liver and gallbladder infections, hepatitis, jaundice, cirrhosis and hyperaemia of the liver. Used as an anti-oxidant to cleanse the liver and to treat splenic or hepatic disorders. Other signs of liver disfunction also treated with Carduus marianum include pain in region of liver, sensitive left lobe, fullness and soreness, with moist skin, constipation, hard stools, diarrhea, bright yellow stools, and swelling of the gallbladder with pain and tenderness in the lower abdomen.

Berberis Vulgaris
Treats liver and gallbladder pain, promotes the flow of bile for proper digestion, and acts forcibly on the venous system, reducing pelvic engorgements and haemorrhoids.

Artemesia Capillaris
Effective remedy for liver problems, especially in the treatment of hepatitis with jaundice; has a tonic and strengthening effect upon the liver, gallbladder and digestive system, and provides support for the immune system.

Polygonum Root
Increases blood flow to the liver, which increases the outflow of toxins from the liver.

Schisandra Fruit
Has liver protecting effects; helpful in treating hepatitis, fatigue and stress, common colds or sore throats, and excellent support for the system during chemotherapy.

Gardenia jasminoidis
Used to promote blood circulation and to reduce liver stagnation. In combination with Chinese Wormwood this herb increases liver cell regeneration; has also been shown to increase bile secretion.

Mung Bean
Promotes improved liver and gallbladder health; treats inflammatory conditions ranging from systemic infections to heat stroke and hypertension. Acts as an antidote to toxic poisonings and as a nutritive tonic. Has Antipyretic and antihypertensive properties.

Astragalus
Supports liver and spleen function, and in supporting the the liver it protects against chemical damage caused by chemotherapy; also helps to normalize blood pressure and to intensify the ingestion of bacteria.

Chanca piedra
Promotes optimal liver, kidney and gallbladder function; used for treatment of kidney stones and gallstones, liver diseases and disorders, hypertension and high cholesterol; has analgesic and antiviral properties.

Artichoke
Helps to increase flow of bile from gallbladder; provides significant liver protection and regenerating effects, and supports the healthy growth and reproduction of liver cells. It's anitoxidant effects have been noted as a possible aid to liver health. May have some benefits for sufferers of dyspeptic ulcers by stimulating the production of bile juices in the liver.

Quassia amara
A useful herb in the treatment of livercirrhose with Aszitis, Icterus, and Cholangitis. Used against stomach, gallbladder and other digestive problems. Quassia amara promotes gallbladder, liver, and other digestive functions, and can be usedto treat liver and gallbladder diseases or intestinal parasites.

Wolfberry
Protects liver function, lowers cholesterol, and improves Cardiovascular health. Has antibacterial and antipyretic properties, and acts as a diuretic with good antioxidant uses. Useful in the treatment of hypoglycaemic and ophthalmic conditions, as well as for Erectile Dysfunction. A good anti-cancer agent.

Circuma zedoria
An anti-oxidant that specifically targets the liver; it induces the flow of bile, which helps break down fats; protects liver from damage, particularly against damage from hepatitis.

Dandelion Root
Increases the production of bile and rate of clearance of toxins from the liver. As a natural diuretic, Dandelion increases urine production by promoting the excretion of salts and water from the kidney; used for a wide range of conditions requiring mild diuretic treatment, such as poor digestion, liver disorders, and high blood pressure.

Borotutu Bark
This tree’s bark has a large amount of properties that have been used for many years to detoxify the liver, gallbladder, and in general, the digestive system. It is also a great blood depurative or purifier. Its high amounts of antioxidants help strengthen your body so that it resists and rejects toxins that are found in the environment, water, some foods, and the ones caused by stress.

Greater Celandine
Greater celandine is used for various problems with the digestive tract including upset stomach, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), constipation, loss of appetite, stomach cancer, intestinal polyps, and liver and gallbladder disorders.

Peppermint
Mint can be highly effective in helping in the proper functioning of the liver and gallbladder, as well as the entire digestive system since these two plants have the ability to relax muscles and reduce the discomfort that causes colic that happens from stomach disorders.

Organic Turmeric
Tumeric is a powerful antioxidant, which makes it a significant aid in eliminating toxins from the body. It cleans your blood in order to keep your body in perfect health conditions. It also promotes proper blood circulation, which is why regular consumption of turmeric is recommended for keeping your liver healthy

Barberry Root
Barberry is used to ease a large variety of inflammation and infection in the body. It helps with bladder, urinary tract and gastrointestinal infections. It also helps relieve common respiratory tract ailments, including sore throat, nasal congestion, sinusitis and bronchitis. Berberine also acts on the smooth muscles that line the intestines, helping improve digestion and reduce gastrointestinal pain. Barberry is even an effective treatment for diarrhea, including both traveler's diarrhea and diarrhea caused by food poisoning.

Black Cohosh Root
Black cohosh is most commonly used for menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes (also called hot flushes) and night sweats (together known as vasomotor symptoms), vaginal dryness, heart palpitations, tinnitus, vertigo, sleep disturbances, nervousness, and irritability

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