Dandelion roots and leaves
Dandelion is a wonderful detoxifying herb. It’s packed with vitamins A, B, C, and D, iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, boron and silicon.
You need the bitterness of dandelion to stimulate your digestive system, cleanse your liver and gallbladder, and stimulate the flow of blood.
Your kidneys, pancreas, and spleen need this. You can find dandelion into capsules, pills, powder, tincture or tea.
Reduces water retention
Treats skin problems, including eczema and psoriasis
Relieves allergy symptoms
Consult your doctor before you use dandelion. You can find it in healthy food stores or buy it online.
Dandelion tea will change the color of your poop, and that means that the job is done. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
Phytonutriens in beets can do wonders. Beets are rich in betaine, betalains, betacyanin, betanin, folate, and iron.
Eat beets for their pectin. Apples are also rich in pectin. Fiber in beets eases the elimination of toxins. Beetroot juice protects your liver and bile ducts. Heal your liver to strengthen your body, and reduce inflammation.
If you can’t handle its taste, use half a medium-sized beetroot, and gradually increase the amount.
Beets are super-powerful, so use them every other day. Don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
Add a slice of lemon you your beetroot juice to enhance its flavor, and boost the absorption of nutrients.
This amazing herb eliminates heavy metals from the liver. Add a bunch of cilantro and a couple of garlic cloves to your juices to boost their effect. Try masticating juicers.
Juice cilantro, and add chlorella powder to it. Store it in your fridge. Take a tablespoon of your cilantro juice twice a day.
Caution: This remedy may cause headaches. Don’t use it if your bowel movement is irregular, and don’t forget your water.
Heavy metal poisoning is caused by lead, mercury, iron, cadmium, thallium, cobalt, copper, etc. Other juices don’t provide the same effect, so always go with cilantro.
Cilantro prevents bacterial, viral, fungal, and yeast infections. It reduces swellings, lowers blood pressure, relieves arthritis symptoms, lowers cholesterol, smoothens cellulite, relieves PMS symptoms, reduces cramps, improves liver function, regulates blood sugar, stimulates the secretion of insulin, etc.
It’s part of the ginger family. Use it to enhance digestion and cleanse your liver. Turmeric is often used in Asian cuisine, and you can find it in the local Asian market.
Curcumin in turmeric protects liver, and shrinks engorged hepatic ducts. This is useful in the treatment of hepatitis, cirrhosis, and jaundice.
Properly functioning liver contributes to the healing of eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
Turmeric stimulates the production of bile, and improves its flow. Your liver needs this to eliminate toxins. Bile “rejuvenates” liver.
Antibacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory effect
Heals disease of the digestive tract
Prevents the oxidation of cholesterol, and reduces the risk of heart disease
Boosts mental performance
Strengthens the intestinal flora
Treats common colds