Natural treatment for liver Part 4

Major herbs used in the treatment of liver

Sage in the treatment of liver

It is a half-shrub, which is in the southern eternal green, reaching 1 m in height.

Used medicinally are here young leaves, which accumulates up to tie the flower buds.

Sage leaves are rich in a variety of acids, tannins, bitterness, a substance similar in operation to insulin, mineral salts (phosphates, chlorides), antibacterial substances.

In folk medicine it is used for the infusion of sage leaves:

     1 tablespoon to 1 cup of raw water - in the treatment of liver and gall bladder.

     It is an infusion of the leaves three times a day 1 tablespoon before eating.

Sweet flag in the treatment of liver

It is a perennial plant with striped black-and-red root of a very aromatic odor.

Calamus grows in swamps and wet meadows on the banks of rivers, lakes and ponds. The plant is very popular with us.

Calamus rhizomes contain an essential oil and a bitter glycoside, tannins and salicylic acid.

Preparations made ​​with sweet flag rhizome have reinforcing properties of the secretory function of the liver and gall bladder efficiency.

In folk medicine it is used most often infusion or decoction of the rhizome of calamus:

     1 level tablespoon of rhizomes in one cup boiling water - the symptoms of liver and gall bladder of various origins.

     Drink 1/2 cup of decoction three times a day for 30 minutes. before eating.

Centaurium erythraea in the treatment of liver

It is an annual or biennial plant, which is currently growing in Poland rarely in meadows, roadsides , fallow fields and pastures. It is protected, and medicinal raw material comes from crops.

Used medicinally is here centaurium herb that is collected in full in the period of flowering plants.

Herb centaurium contain sugar compounds, resins, mineral salts and bitter compounds.

Preserves prepared from this plant have a very bitter taste, and this results in stimulation of the autonomic nervous system is a consequence of the remarkable increase in the secretion of gastric acid.

In folk medicine it is used for the infusion of centaurium in chronic hepatitis .

Frequently used in infusion centaurium:

    2 tablespoons raw pour 1 1 water - for the treatment of chronic hepatitis , inflammation of the gall bladder and insufficient secretion of bile .

    Drink 1 cup of brew for 30 minutes. Before eating.

    Caution! Some people centaurium milk can cause diarrhea and vomiting.

Tansy in the treatment of liver

It is a perennial plant that grows in thickets, on wasteland, with the roads.

You also grown in gardens for its beautiful golden-yellow flowers.

Used medicinally are here tansy flower baskets that are collected throughout the flowering period.

Tansy flowers contain essential oil of complex composition, acids, tannins, minerals rich in manganese, and camphor.

Folk medicine uses milk prepared from this plant for the treatment of insufficient secretion of bile and gall stones.

The most widely used is the infusion of flowers of tansy:

     1 tablespoon of raw material to one cup boiling water.

     The infusion is drunk usually one tablespoon 3-4 times a day.

     Caution! Preparations of tansy are not recommended for pregnant women.

Healing herbs cholelithiasis

(treatment by Jadwiga G√≥rnicka) 

If the gallstones are constipated , then it is most needed Cholagoga No. 3 enriched flower helichrysum, rowan and lemon balm, and when the stools are correct, then it would be most appropriate Cholagoga No. 2 with the addition of rowan flower, dandelion root, dove weed and nervosan.

All herbs is mixed and drunk as a tea.


    3 tablespoons of mixture to 3 cups of hot water.

Top brew it in a thermos to sip throughout the day.

Twice a week, drink on an empty stomach, half an hour before breakfast, juice of half or whole lemon (this is dependent on body weight) mixed with 2 tablespoons sunflower oil or olive oil plus 2 teaspoons Cholesol plus 30 drops Solaren.

All these ingredients should be mixed in 1/4 cup hot water.

Recipe removes mud bile, which causes unpleasant symptoms like pain, belching, etc.

    Caution! Left untreated, gallstones leads to inflammation of the gall bladder. If the bubble is removed surgically, the body to the end of life will be too little bile, and as a consequence will be that he will not be assimilated by these vitamins, which are soluble in fat (such as A, D, E, K, and lime ) and this in turn gives rise to new problems.


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