How to treat liver and gallbladder

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Natural treatment for liver Part 2


Major herbs used in the treatment of liver

Dill in the treatment of liver


It is a useful plant, and healing, which is known mainly because of its advantages of spices, flavorings, with a strong aroma and sweet-spicy, acrid taste.

The entire plant contains essential oil of rather complex composition. When fresh, contains a lot of vitamin C.

Folk medicine uses fennel seeds in the form of tea:

     Seeds 1 teaspoon to 1 cup of boiling water. Drink 3-4 times a day for a small cup.

Infusion particularly effective against liver disorders, especially in people who are sensitive to foods cooked in fat, acting antispasmodic and analgesic.

Fennel for the treatment of liver


The plant grows in the wild in the Mediterranean region and in the southern parts of Central Asia. In other geographical areas Fennel is widely cultivated because of the spices and medicinal benefits.

As a therapeutic material mature seeds are used. In folk medicine it is used for the infusion of fennel seeds:

     2 teaspoons of crushed seeds to 1 cup of boiling water, which helps spastic gallbladder.

It should drink 3-4 times a day, 1 tablespoon before eating.

Most, however, fennel seeds are part of different herbs that improve digestion.

Yarrow in the treatment of liver


It is a perennial plant that often is considered to be noxious weeds due to a branched part of the root. It grows readily on dry land, sandy, barren, very often balk. Flowers (flowers white or pink) from June to September.

Folk medicine uses yarrow (upper part of the plant) in a dried, or juice squeezed from the plant. Preparations of this plant work cholagogic. The most commonly used preparations of yarrow is an infusion of the herb:

     1 tablespoon to 1 cup of raw or Alcohol tincture.

An infusion of yarrow herb is very effective in the treatment of gallstones.

The usual dose is 1 tablespoon infusion 3-4 times a day before meals.

Maize in the treatment of liver


It is an annual plant that has a root system and a thick, high (1-4 m).

Used medicinally are here pillars with traits that are harvested during the flowering period (July-August), when the grain on the cob had no time to harden and has a milky pulpy consistency. It contains large quantities of oil, arachidic acid, known not closer alkaloid, and sugars, tannins, especially minerals containing calcium, manganese, potassium and silicon.

This together with the traits are evident Bile and diuretic, and mainly make bile becomes less viscous. This is especially important for people who suffer from biliary disorders. Preparations of raw materials enhance the metabolism, so they are particularly useful as a component of herbal mixtures used in weight loss.

Specific therapeutic properties have cold-pressed oil from corn. It works in a unique way for all the gall bladder, especially cramps its walls.

 Frequently in medicine, a decoction of the posts and signs of maize

     1 heaping tablespoon of raw material to one cup boiling water.

     Drink 1 tablespoon every 3 hours.

Arnica Mountain in the treatment of liver


Perennial plant that grows in the alpine meadows.

Preparations of this plant are mainly used as a choleretic, inhibiting bleeding and anti-inflammatory. Tincture of arnica flowers and brew with lower cholesterol in the blood. The phenolic compounds which occur in the plant, regulate the flow of bile from the gall bladder, and most importantly, the synthesis of bile acids, normalizes the activity of the liver ferments in plasma.

Especially helpful are the preparations of arnica for the treatment of liver disease caused by the abuse of drugs, particularly antibiotics.

The tincture of rubbing alcohol is used as a choleretic in diseases of the liver and gall bladder. It should be taken in an amount of 30-40 drops of water or milk at 2-3 times a day before meals.

The infusion of arnica flowers:

     1 tablespoon of flowers to 1 cup of boiling water - takes up the same symptoms three times daily before meals or after 1 tablespoon infusion.

Peppermint in the treatment of liver


It is a popular perennial, which is not present in the wild. It is widely grown as a hybrid of several types of mint.

Used medicinally are here mint leaves, which are rich in essential oils and sugars. The main medicinal ingredient is menthol mint, which has an anesthetic, disinfectant and strong warming.

In folk medicine are widely used peppermint leaf and peppermint oil as a choleretic, analgesic in gastrointestinal symptoms (stomach and liver) and stimulates the appetite, the stomach cramping, spikes intestinal bloating, spikes liver, nausea, vomiting, headaches gastric origin.

The most widely used is the infusion of mint leaves:

     1 teaspoon of leaves to 1 cup of boiling water, leave the lid on until cool, then strain.

Drink 3 times a day 1 tablespoon before eating.

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