Liver Cleansing Formula
Available in 1L and 1 gallon sizes.
INGREDIENTS : SPECIFIC FUNCTION :
•Milk Thistle •Cleanses the liver. One known active ingredient is
Silymarin, which is a potent antioxidant especially effective
in the liver. This herb was added to the formulation because
during the cleansing process, the rate of excretion
(i.e. breakdown/detoxification) of body metabolites will
increase generating a greater than normal level of free
•Polygonum multiflorum •This herb has been traditionally used in Chinese medicine to
(Ho Shou Wu/Fo Ti) “tonify” and to replenish the “vital energy” to the liver.
Studies have shown that this herb can increase blood flow to
the liver, which increases the rate of drainage of toxins
from the liver.
•Burdock •This herb has traditionally been used as a blood cleanser
and a purifier for the liver.
•Dandelion •Increases bile production and flow and improves the
efficiency of a liver detox since bile is produced as a
result of liver function. Studies have shown this herb
also exhibits a protective effect on the liver and is able to
reverse mild cases of liver cirrhosis.
•Artemisia capillaris •Increases secretion of bile into the gastrointestinal tract
thus aiding the liver in draining its waste products.
This herb in combination with Gardenia jasminoidis has been
shown to increase the rate of liver cell regeneration.
•Fructus lycii chinensis •Acts to protect liver cells and hence liver function. In
traditional Chinese medicine, this herb has been used to
treat liver ailments.
•Gardenia jasminoidis •In combination with Artemisia, this herb increases liver
cell regeneration. This herb has also been shown to
increase bile secretion.
Cleanses the liver, promotes liver regeneration and provides antioxidants to the liver
tissue for support. Also improves appetite.
Give 15cc to 30 cc daily.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.
FOR ORAL USE ONLY.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR MARES IN FOAL.
Liver Flush™ is manufactured under strict GMP standards. This information is not
intended to diagnose or treat health conditions. We always recommend consultation
with your veterinarian for proper diagnosis.