A natural remedy that rejuvenates the liver. 3 ingredients for the “sieve” that sifts toxins in the body

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A natural remedy that rejuvenates the liver. 3 ingredients for the “sieve” that sifts toxins in the body
Slightly bigger than an ordinary book, our wonderful liver knows, however, to simultaneously carry out more operations and chemical reactions than the most modern and largest laboratories, computers, or chemical plants.

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The biological actions of the liver, as well as its participation in our vital manifestations, are even more important than those of the heart. In just one tenth of a second, he is able to carry out several hundred chemical transformations at the same time. It directly impacts our digestion, the quality of our blood, the richness of memory and muscle strength.

The liver therefore plays a very important role in the intimate life – and totally unknown to the ordinary human being – of our physical body, which is a miniature microcosm. Its health and our lives undoubtedly depend on its complex actions.
The 9 properties of the liver:

1. The liver secretes daily between 0.5 and 1l of bile. This bitter yellow liquid, allows us first to digest fats; on the other hand, it disinfects the intestines and protects us against diarrhea and constipation. A tired liver does not adequately secrete this liquid miracle. Fat digestion becomes more difficult, insufficiently discharged, harmful substances stagnate in the intestines, exposing the body to dangers resulting from diarrhea and constipation.

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2. The liver transforms and “humanizes” all the substances that enter the body (it is the one that makes them perfectly compatible with our structure, by modifying them through transmutation and sublimation of the frequency of vibration so that it is in line with that of our aura, only such substances becoming an integral part of our body and, to a certain extent, of ourselves), so that they can feed our cells without aggression.

A weak or tired liver leaves unmanufactured foreign substances (by transmutation and sublimation) or insufficiently assimilated, which will get us soaked in short time with toxins.
3. The liver receives all digested material and controls it rigorously; it eliminates food residues and surplus; it also intercepts, neutralizes and expels all toxic substances to the intestine, destroying bacteria, nutrients expected to be converted by the action of enzymes and fermenting agents in order to only allow them to pass into our blood. A tired liver gives us imperfect body defence and immunity. It lets unverified substances, still loaded with toxins and harmful bacteria, pass into the blood. As a result of this, various diseases and even poisoning of the body occur in time.
4. The liver neutralizes poisons due to cellular activity as efficiently as those coming from the outside: alcohol, tobacco, drugs, meat, etc. A weak or tired liver is incapable of making extra efforts, which is why it will insufficiently eliminate these poisons that hurt us. On the other hand, a large number of liver cells are destroyed in contact with alcohol, tobacco, certain medicines or some chemicals. If this destruction happens daily, our liver will shrink and gradually stiffen, risking being touched by cirrhosis.
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