Liver Health Siberian Tea

The liver is a large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen, involved in many metabolic processes. Poor diet, alcohol abuse, bad lifestyle habits, environment, medicine overuse and other factors can negatively affect the health of this organ. Liver performs many various function in the body from filtering blood from toxins and converting waste products from metabolic functions to be eliminated to the release of enzymes to digest fats and carbohydrates. Liver filters out toxins from the blood stream and synthesizes glutathione, plays a role in balancing blood sugars and creating red blood cells.

Of course, poor function of the liver will influence the whole body; can lead to diabetes, atherosclerosis, hepatitis, inflammations. Infections of the liver such as hepatitis A, B or C, blood disorders and cirrhosis due to alcoholism can cause lots of serious problems. The organ can recover by itself, but if the damage to the liver is great, this organ often needs special help to recover. It is of great significance to prevent liver disorders and promote liver health.

Special herbal tea for liver

The liver problems can be treated and prevented by utilizing certain natural substances like well-known traditional herbs and their mixes. For maintaining liver health, Liver Health Siberian Monastery Tea is worth considering. This product is absolutely naturally specially selected from high quality herbs and plants to reduce pain in the liver, remove toxins, improve liver function. The composition of the tea allows treating and preventing hepatic conditions including the following: liver disease, liver cysts, liver abscess, echinococcosis of liver, amyloidosis of liver, liver enlargement, yellowing of the skin, eyes,  and other liver malfunctions. Special herbal tea for liver health promote overall hepatic health and general health.

Liver Health Siberian Monastery Tea (infusion №4)

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New technologies used while making this tea help preserve all the natural components and their biological values.

The composition of Liver Health Siberian Monastery Tea includes:

Common agrimony (Agrimónia) is respected for its ability to increase and normalize the bile flow, improve the function of the liver, prevent cell damage from oxidative stress.

Chamomile (Matricária) promotes anti-inflammatory effects and protects the gastrointestinal tract, the liver and the urinary organs from infections.

Immortelle (Helichrýsum arenárium) prevents diseases of gallbladder and inflammations of bile ducts. This herb stimulates the production of bile and its flow between the gall bladder and liver to improve liver function and overall health.

Peppermint (Méntha piperíta) is able to tone the liver organ and to protect a normal liver from daily toxins. Besides, it improves liver function and repairs liver damage.

Corn (Zéa máys) silk promotes normal bile secretion. Due to its natural properties it is often prescribed for the treatment of cholecystitis and hepatitis.

Pot marigold (Caléndula) has antitoxic, spasmolytic and choleretic action. In addition it helps a weakened liver by purifying the blood and restoring damaged cells.

Fennel (Foeniculum) can be used to protectsthe body from toxins. It improves liver metabolism, and helps to facilitate the symptoms of liver diseases such as jaundice.

Beggar-ticks (Bídens) is in the composition of the tea due to its cholagogic, diaphoretic and diuretic effects.

The tea is usually well-tolerated by most people. Still some can have allergic reactions to the components in the tea. Before using this natural product, make sure that you are not having any allergy to the herbs in this tea. The contraindications for use exist for hypersensitive people, pregnant and breast-feeding women. Other people older than 14 years of age can safely consume the tea for liver health. Monastery tea in the dose of 1 tablespoon should be brewed in a cup with boiling water for at least 30 minutes. The frequency of use is once a day during the whole period of treatment. To maintain liver health a person should also consider healthy diet, regular exercises, avoidance of smoking, excessive drinking and medicines overuse.