The liver is an essential organ that has many functions in the body, including making proteins and blood clotting factors, manufacturing triglycerides and cholesterol, glycogen synthesis, and bile production.
Many different disease processes can occur in the liver, including infections such as hepatitis, cirrhosis (scarring), cancers, and damage by medications or toxins.
The liver plays an important role in detoxifying the body by converting ammonia, a byproduct of metabolism in the body, into urea that is excreted in the urine by the kidneys. The liver also breaks down medications and drugs, including alcohol, and is responsible for breaking down insulin and other hormones in the body.
The liver is also stores vitamins and chemicals that the body requires as building blocks. These includes:
- vitamin B12,
- folic acid,
- iron required to make red blood cells,
- vitamin A for vision,
- vitamin D for calcium absorption, and
- vitamin K to help blood to clot properly
Due to liver’s overburdening, it needs cleaning once in a while. Remember that liver cleaning is not recommended for people with liver and gallbladder stones. It is not recommended for persons suffering from diabetes, colds, flu and other infectious diseases or if you feel a general weakness or worsening a chronic disease. The same goes for people who are under lot of stress, as well as for pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding.
- Black radish
Wash and peel 10 kilos / 22 pounds of black radish and put it in a juicer. You should get about 3 kilos o juice. Store the resulting juice in the fridge.
You can mix fibers that remain after the juicing with brown sugar in ratio — on every 1 kilos / 35 oz of fiber add a 500 gram / 17 oz of brown sugar and 300 grams / 10 oz of honey. The resulting mixture should be put in a warm place. The early phase of liver’s treatment should start with taking one teaspoon of the juice one hour after each meal.
After you ran out of juice, start adding 2 to 3 teaspoons of the previously prepared mixture of radish’s fiber into your food.
This folk remedy will not only clean your liver, but it will also strengthen your lungs and heart. Avoid oily and spicy food while practicing this way of treatment.
Put three pieces of chopped and washed beetroot into a 3-liter jar. Remember not to peel the beetroots. In the same jar add three tablespoons of wheat flour and half a kilo of brown sugar.
Let the mixture stand still in dark place on a room temperature for two days. After that, add 700 grams of raisins, four cups of brown sugar and half a cup of water in the same mixture. Let the mixture stand still for a week. Remember to stir the jar content every day. After the week has passed, strain the mixture.
You should get one liter of juice in the end of this procedure.
Take one teaspoon of the medicine three times a day, half an hour before meals. When you use all the juice, it is advisable to make 3 months-break, and then repeat the same process two more times with breaks. This way your liver will be completely cleaned.