A plant to clean the liver


What plants are suitable for cleansing the liver?

Hepatic plants are the most suitable herbal remedies for cleansing the liver.

Hepatic plants are those that help the liver to perform its functions, particularly with respect to its role of acting as a toxins cleaner.

Any plant recommended to clean the liver?

Photo of fumitory (Fumaria officinalis)
Photo of fumitory (Fumaria officinalis)

For example fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) is a plant that helps decongest the liver. It stimulates this organ and increases bile, which contributes to a better fats digestion.

How must this plant be applied?

It must be taken in infusions. To do this, make an infusion with a teaspoon of dried leaves of fumitory per cup of water. Three cups can be taken, at most for 15 days.

In this way, the better works the liver, the more accurate it achieves their duties. Thus it is facilitating better digestion and avoiding the appearance of symptoms of indigestion such as flatulence, bloating in the stomach or in the intestines, heartburn, etc.

Does fumaria only serve to cleanse the liver?

Besides being used for all those ailments that result from a malfunction of the liver or gallbladder, fumaria has many more functions, such as circulatory functions, heart care, skin health, etc.

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Why is fumitory good for the skin?

Fumaria officinalis cleans the skin “from within”. Possessing cleansing properties, it can get rid of all the body toxins. Otherwise, failing to do so, blood impurities would manifest themselves through the skin.

We must not forget that the appearance of the skin is the first indicator of internal health.

For this reason, fumitory is used in detox diets, as an adjunct to help cleanse the body.

Also to treat those skin manifestations resulting from a dirty body, like skin blemishes, pimples, acne, eczema, jaundice, etc

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This article was endorsed by Elisenda Carballido - Dietitian nutritionist. Postgraduate in Phytotherapy and master in Nutrition and Metabolism.
Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

19 August, 2020

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