Love Thy Liver Herbal Supplement
WHY YOU NEED IT
Vegan | Gluten Free | 100% Natural | Cruelty-FreeFormulated without:
Mineral oil, synthetic fragrances, sulfate detergents, parabens, urea, DEA, TEA or phthalates.
A medicinal plant native to India, Andrographis paniculate—also known as green chireta or creat—is an essential botanical immune booster. Western and eastern medicine have long studied and used creat for its phytochemicals that are known to effectively treat various diseases and illnesses including malaria, certain cancers, ulcers, bronchitis, and the common cold.
An ancient medicinal plant from the Himalayas, Picrorhiza kurroa, also known as kutki, can help with balancing excess pitta, assisting with proper bile function, and supporting overall liver health.
This is a tropical plant, also referred to as gale of the wind, that has been known to help detoxify and revitalize the liver. Some studies have found gale of the wind to have a diuretic effect which may help to relieve fluid build-up.
Long considered a weed, eclipta alba, or false daisy, is a medicinal plant used for its abilities to treat liver disorders, gastrointestinal issues, hair loss, and skin issues.
50 mg. each of Kutki (Picrorhiza), Kalmegh (Andrographis Paniculata), Punarnava (Boerhavia Diffusa), Bhringraj (Eclipta Prostrata), Makoi (Solanum Nigrum), Bhumi Amla (Phyllanthus Niruri), Sarpunkha (Tephrosia Purpurea), Kansi (Cichorium Intybus) with trace amount of food-grade Kikar gum and starch powder as binders.
HOW TO USE
Take one capsule morning or night, before or after your meal.
Pregnant women should avoid the use of this Liver Supplement as one of the ingredients, Kalmegh (Andrographis Paniculata) may be a little strong as a liver tonic for a developing fetus. Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are nursing, taking any medication or if you have a medical condition. Discontinue use and consult your doctor immediately if any adverse reactions occur.
Well over 5000 years ago, the ancient science of medicine—Ayurveda—was born, unveiling a well of profound lifestyle practices and tactics that help to prevent disease and to return one to balance. Cooking with fresh vital foods, incorporating ritualistic self-massage, and honoring one’s emotional health are several of the many principles that anchor Ayurveda and continue to thrive today.
Herbs, herbal formulas, and adaptogens are another fundamental aspect of Ayurveda. In India, the earliest practitioners began untapping the wisdom of plants and various earth substances. They recognized the wellness potential and healing energy found in botanicals and began cultivating and incorporating them into their routines by grounding them fresh to be taken orally, adding them to carrier oils to be applied topically, and also honoring the plant essences to be used as aromatherapy. “The pharmacology of Ayurveda is a vast science including thousands of medicines, many of them herbal preparations,” writes Dr. Vasant Lad. Each of these herbs have their “own intelligence.” They can ease aggravated dosha, support detoxification and rejuvenation, and stimulate certain systems in the body.
Today, many are taking notice of these herbs, herbal formulations, and other natural substances for their star-performing wellness benefits. Ayurveda has an array of options to choose from. Some are blends of several fruits or plants and are taken as rasayanas, a general wellness-promoting tonic. Some are adaptogens, meaning their function adjusts according to the specific needs of the body, for which research is steadily growing. And others are non-plant earth substances, such as vegetable asphalts and metals. The well of healing potential is as full as it is eclectic.
UMA products are not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease, or affect the structure or function of the body. The information herein does not constitute medical advice. Anyone suffering from a medical condition should consult with a physician. User reviews do not constitute a guarantee that you will achieve the same results -- what works for one may not work for another.