6 Folk Remedies to Treat Liver Disease & Detox Your Liver

The liver is often called ”the brain of the womb” and is considered the most important patron of the organism. It receives major shock when you overdo it with the use of drugs, heavy foods or artificial stimulants.

The liver has the task to cancel the operation of poisons and toxins in the body and therefore we must pay great attention to preserve its optimal state.

Old Babylonians called the liver ,, an organ of malice” ; this name can still be justified, because we know that bad mood, constant tension and negative emotions may keep the flow of bile from the liver.

If the nervous excitement is constant, there is a narrowing of the bile ducts, a deadlock of the bile and its dismantling in the blood.

The protracted deadlock in the bile ducts and the bubble leads to the formation of gallstones.

The condition of the liver is directly dependent on diet. Before listing some of the many recipes that natural medicine offers, here’s a list of trusted friends and enemies of the liver.

Ingredients that are on the list of desirable ones are artichokes and dandellion (Taraxacum officinale ), which is used in the preparation of a very healthy salad, and tea.
 An excellent remedy for liver are the watercress, carrots and olives, and of course a quality oil from them, as well as lemon juice.
In early spring, a salad of young nettles is recommended, in which you can add young leaves of dandellion. Nettle can be poured with hot water, chopped and spiced with a sour cream.
In the summer, you should eat watermelon, and apples in the winter (a compote), oranges and grapefruit. Remove the fruit’s skin if you eat it fresh, and you should make different kinds of compotes out of fresh or dried fruit, so you will ease your digestion.
oiled vegetables are also recommended, always poured with a good oil, and spices, at least for a while, should be forgotten.
What you should not eat
Animal fats should be omitted, as well as pork -- in all variants – then, the meat of ducks, goose and sheep.
Do not eat fatty and tough meat soups, meat, chocolate, ice cream, egg yolks. Some persons are heavy and bananas, melons, apricots and plums, as well as cabbage, beets, cucumbers and spinach.
You must carefully determine what the liver likes and what not, stick to its choice, and then access by stimulation of healing potions from herbs.

Teas to treat liver diseases

1. Agrimony is one of the best herbs for liver diseases. The tea can be drunk alone or in combination with chicory. In the home of one suffering from liver, there should always be sage, mint and rosemary.


Teas can be prepared from these herbs, that will accelerate the recovery of this important body organ and will flush toxins from the body.

2. These teas should be drunk for prevention; It’s better to focus on them on time, than on a coffee or artificial drinks. In the case of an attack, it is good that you put warm compresses with the tea you prefer on the sore area.

The liver needs to be purified by means of corn silk tea, which is drunk in the amount of half a cup, 2-4 times a day for several months.

3.In cases of various kinds of poisoning, which primarily affect the liver, a tea mixture of chamomile, St. John’s wort and mint will be of great help.
You must drink it as much as possible, and along with it, in order to speed up the cleaning process, make an enema from the same tea.

4. For liver regeneration and improvements of its function, we suggest an elixir, which is made from freshly squeezed juice of dandelion (in the period while the plant is still quite young and has not begun to bloom) and the true, pure bee honey.


This drink strengthens the body, strengthens the liver and establishes a better metabolism.

The plant harvested for the purposes of treatment should not be from polluted areas -- parks, for example, lawns next to highways and the like.

This rule applies to all medicinal herbs, but we especially mention the dandelion, as it can be, more often than other plants, found in the city center.

5. Russian doctors who deal with natural medicine recommend a course with young birch leaves in cases of chronic cholecystitis:

Pour a cup of boiling water on 5 young birch leaves and leave them overnight. Drink this three times every day, always before meals, and each day add one more slip.

When you reach the 25 leaves, decrease to the initial 5. The therapy is conducted in the spring, while the leaves are still quite young, and can be, if necessary, repeated the following spring.

Another trusted and highly effective cure from the treasury of an old Slovenian herbalist will be of inestimable benefit to diseased liver and kidneys.

6. Take a jar with 1 kg of fresh spring floral honey and place it in hot water (not exceeding 42 C), to dissolve and to becomes viscous. Then, pour 1/2 kg of finely ground walnuts in the honey. Stir well and leave it during the day.


Take 1 tablespoon before eating in a period of one month, 2 times a day – in the morning and in the evening, and during the following 30 days, make a break.

Take it again over the next month. Then again, pause for 2 months, and then take the cure for another more month.

This treatment lasts 6 months and has a guaranteed success.

source: http://www.goodmorningcenter.com