Liver Cleanse

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Supports Liver Detoxification Contains Bioactive Silymarin

Due to the extensive toxins present in our current society the liver is usually in toxin overload. The liver is in charge of handling detoxification of medications, environmental toxins, chemicals, food additives, "bad" fats, alcohol and caffeine.


  • Your Liver and Detoxification

    The liver is responsible for taking these toxins and "preparing" them for elimination. Most harmful toxins are not water soluble and can't simply leave the body unless the liver packages them for delivery out of the body. The liver goes through two very important steps in preparing toxins to be eliminated. The first step is to package the toxins (Phase I) and the second is to attach the toxins with a friendly amino acid (Phase II) to enable elimination.

    If the liver does not have the necessary resources available (vitamins, amino acids, etc.), detoxification will come to a screeching halt. Liver Cleanse provides strong antioxidant and herbal support for the liver to remain healthy during the cleansing process.

    Signs of liver overload include:

    1. Fatigue

    2. Headaches

    3. Chronic Allergies

    4. Chemical Sensitivities

    5. Neurological Dysfunction

    6. Skin Problems (Eczema and Psoriasis)

    Aceva® Liver Cleanse is a unique, liver-protective formulation designed to maximize detoxification.

    The Powerful Effects of Silymarin For Enhanced Health

    Silymarin is aunique flavonoid complex known for being apotent antioxidant, a liver protector and an anticancer agent.1 There has been hundreds of studies completed on this complex and it is approved in the German Commission E which is the most accurate information available on the safety and efficacy of herbs)as a complementary treatment for liver conditions such as cirrhosis, hepatitis, and fatty infiltration.2

    Silymarin is used to:

    • Helps in the regeneration of liver cells compromised from drugs and alcohol

    • Stimulates bile for through the liver and gallbladder, reducing stagnation and preventing stagnation and gallstone formation. (Liver Decongestant)

    • Prevents liver damage from drugs such as acetaminophen and tetracycline3

    • Improves the survival rate of patients with cirrhosis4

    • Supports the treatment of viral hepatitis5

    How does silymarin work?

    • Silymarin controls free radicals that can damage cells exposed to toxins. It is said to be at least ten times more potent of an antioxidant than Vitamin E.6,7,8

    • It may increase glutathione by more than 35% in the liver.9 Glutathione detoxifies a wide variety of hormones, drugs and chemicals and with a higher level of glutathione, the liver has a higher capacity for detoxification.

    • Silymarin also increases the level of the important antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase in cell cultures.10

    • Silymarin has the ability to increase protein synthesis in the liver which results in an increase in the production of new liver cells to replace the damaged ones.11

    • Silymarin can reduce the formation of inflammatory mediators.12


    Citations:

    1. Wagner, H., et al. "The Chemistry of Silymarin (Silybin), the Active Principle of the Fruits of Silybum marianum." Arzneim-Forsch Drug Res. 1968; 18:688-96.

    2. Blumenthal M, Busse W Goldberg A, eds. The Complete German Commission E Monographs. 1998; Austin, TX: American Botanical Council; Boston: Integrative Medical Communications.

    3. Presser, Arthur. Pharmacist's Guide to Medicinal Herbs. Smart Publications, Petaluma, CA, 2000.pp 259-260.

    4. Ferenci P, et al. Randomized, controlled trial of silymarin treatment in patients with cirrhosis of the liver.
      J Hepatol1989;9:105-13.

    5. Berenguer J and Carrasco D. Double-blind trial of silymarin versus placebo in the treatment of chronic hepatitis.Muench Med Wochenschr 1977; 119, 240-260.

    6. Awang D. Milk thistle.Can Pharm J 1993; 422, 403-404.

    7. Wagner H. Antihepatotoxic flavonoids.Plant Flavonoids in Biology and medicine: Biochemical, Pharmacological, and Structure-Activity Relationships. 1986; Alan R. Liss, New York, pp. 545-558.

    8. Adzet T. Polyphenolic compounds with biological and pharmacological activity.Herbs Spices Med Plants 1986;1,167-184.

    9. Valenzuela A, et al. Selectivity of silymarin on the increase of the glutathione content in different tissues of the rat.Planta Medica1989; 55, 420-422.

    10. Muzes G, et al. Effect of the bioflavonoid silymarin on the in vitro activity and expression of super oxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme. 1991;Acta Physiol Hungarica 78, 3-9.

    11. Fiebrich G and Koch H. Silymarin, an inhibitor of lipoxygenase.Experientia 1979; 35,148-150.

    12. Nassuato G, Iemmolo RM, Strazzabosco M, et al. Effect of silibinin on biliary lipidcomposition: experimental and clinical study.J Hepatol 1991; 12: 290-5.

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