The liver plays very critical role in metabolism. Besides, the toxins that enter our body are broken down and eliminated with the help of liver. Liver produces bile, which helps to digest fats and carbohydrates. Liver plays numerous other roles in our body.
Our general health is largely dependent on liver. If the liver does not function properly then it can cause many health problems. Liver is closely related to our heart, kidneys and lungs. There is a very popular saying “You are only as healthy as your liver”.
Faulty lifestyle, viruses and alcohol can damage the liver and cause liver diseases. Even drugs play a significant role in damaging your liver. Thus if you are addicted to them, contact the delray beach rehab centre and with the help of their treatments cleanse your body thoroughly.
There are many herbs that are good for liver. They can protect the liver from the toxins and fight against them as well.
Some of the herbs that are useful for liver disorders are:
- Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata)
Kalmegh has been used for centuries in India. Preparations of kalmegh are very bitter; hence it is also known as bitter tonic. It is available in different herbal formulations. Kalmegh acts as anti-viral, anti-infective, immune-stimulant, and anti-bacterial. It is used in liver diseases and jaundice. It acts as a hepatoprotective and hepatostimulant.
- Bhumyamalaki (Phyllanthus niruri)
This is again a very bitter tasting shrub. It means ‘the amalaki of the earth’. During the last few decades, bhumyamalaki has been in limelight and has gained attention of scientists around the globe, because of its hepatprotective activity. It is an excellent remedy for liver. In Ayurveda its action is ‘Yakrduttejaka’ which means that it increases the strength of the liver. It is antiviral, hepatoprotective, cholagogue. Bhumyamalaki also acts as a general tonic.
- Katuki (Picrorrhiza kurroa)
In Sanskrit language, Katuki means ‘bitter’. In Ayurveda, Katuki is known for its medicinal uses since 5000 years. Katuki protects the liver. Katuki not only detoxifies the liver, it also strengthens the liver and promotes tissue regeneration. Katuki boosts metabolism, it increases the immunity. Katuki is also known as the herbal antibiotic.
- Kasni (Cichorium intybus)
In European countries, kasni is commonly known as the ‘syrup of wild cherries’. It is also known as ‘Chicory’ in English. During olden days, Egyptians enjoyed Kasni in their daily diet, because it maintains the liver and supports the circulatory system. Kasni is used as a hepatoprotective tonic
- Daruharidra (Berberis aristata)
Daruharidra is also called as Indian barberry. Daruharidra is used as an ayurvedic medicine for jaundice. Roots of daruharidra are hepatoprotective and they fight against the liver toxins. Daruharidra works as a bitter tonic.
- Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
Guduchi is widely known as Giloy in India. It is also known as ‘Amrita’ which means the ‘divine nectar’. It is an effective blood and liver cleanser and a rejuvenator. It is called as an immunomodulator herb and is known for its diverse properties. It is extensively used in preparations of ayurvedic medicine for jaundice and other liver disorders. Properties of guduchi are anti-oxidant, anti-diabetic, anti-toxic, anti-cancer.
- Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa)
Punarnava means rejuvenation of the body. Punarnava is one of the most powerful herbs, that aids in overall health and well being. Punarnava is a liver toner. It helps liver to gain its strength. It helps in alcohol de-addiction. It is anti-inflammatory and has swelling reducing properties. Punarnava is a blessing for liver and helps in recovering from cirrhosis as well.
Protect your liver with these natural and safe herbs.
LIVOMYN tablet is a combination of time-tested and well-documented herbs that are beneficial for liver health. It contains key ingredients like Kalmegh( Andrographis paniculata), Bhumyamalaki( Phyllanthus niruri), Katuki(Picrorrhiza kurroa) , Punarnava( Boerhaavia diffusa), Guduchi, Daruharidra(Berberis aristata), Kumari (Aloe barbadensis) and Triphala that are excellent liver tonics. They offer anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. They ensure the protection of liver cells from various toxins.