- 70-240 mg of milk thistle, three times a day (dosage depends on the strength of the individual products on the market);
- 140 mg of silymarin three times a day
Eat dandelion! This plant grows in every garden. Pick the leaves of dandelion, wash them and add them to your salad.
Dandelion can be found in almost every health food store in the form of a tincture or capsule.
It’s incredibly useful when it comes to liver heath, as well as other organs associated with it.
This plant has been used successfully in the treatment of many liver diseases, such as: hepatitis, liver inflammation, liver stones, liver failure, jaundice etc.
Dandelion acts as a tonic for the liver and helps it function better.
- 4-8 ml of fresh dandelion root juice (1-2 teaspoons) once a day;
- 2-8 mg of dried dandelion root once a day(in tea);
- 4-8 ml of the dandelion extract once a day (diluted in water or tea).
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
The Chinese have used this plant to treat liver for a long time.
Research Group of Liver Disease and Shanxi Medical College conducted a study which confirmed that licorice neutralizes toxins in the liver.
Studies also show that licorice increases the production of interferon, which is commonly used for the treatment of hepatitis B.
Since the 1950’s physicians in both the East and the West have successfully used glycyrrhizin –a compound derived from licorice – for the treatment of hepatitis.
In Japan, glycyrrhizin has proven so effective that it has become a standard part of therapy for this disease.
- 7-8 grams of licorice root per day.
There Are Other Methods Of Liver Recovery
You can use alternative methods such as acupuncture, acupressure, reflexology, magnet therapy, aromatherapy and homeopathy simultaneously with medicinal plants in order to quickly repair your liver.