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Suggested Usage:  Take 2 capsules through the day with 12 fl oz of water or more each time.  

Vegan Liver Cleanse™ is made of real plant nutrients that support the liver’s natural detoxification mechanisms, while supporting digestive health.

Caution:  For adults only. Do not use if pregnant/nursing.  Consult a physician if taking medication or have a medical condition. Do not exceed recommended dose. Discontinue use if you experience abdominal pain or diarrhea. Keep out of reach of children. 

In order to maintain good health, the liver must function optimally. When it comes to determining which organ works the hardest in the body, the liver must be at the forefront of this debate. You probably recognize your liver's vital role in your blood's filtering system, as the organ is responsible for the continuous breaking down and flushing of toxins. The liver is not only responsible for contending with toxins, but it is also necessary for methylating B vitamins, regulating blood sugar, converting excess blood glucose to triglycerides, producing cholesterol, storing glycogen, making bile, among many other functions. Particularly in today's toxic environment, our liver's responsibilities are quite extensive and essential to our health. So why not give it all the help it can get?

My Liver Cleanse supplement formula contains time-tested superfoods that are optimized for absorption to support healthy liver function and detoxification. It is a botanical blend and does not include Gluten, wheat, dairy, corn, soy, GMOs, or yeast.

Who Should Take Liver Cleanse?

My Liver Cleanse formula is a superb choice if you:

• Have concerns about healthy aging

• Want to support the optimal health of your liver

• Have had mycotoxins and mold exposure

• Moderately consume alcohol

• Have had heavy metal exposure, such as mercury

Key Ingredients Within

Dandelion Leaf Extract: This highly nutritious plant is packed with vitamins, minerals, and fiber from root to flower. The medicinal properties of dandelion may be explained by its antioxidant content.

Free radicals are substances that are produced by daily metabolism but contribute to chronic disease risk if their levels are disproportionately high in the body. Antioxidants counteract these radicals. As a result, antioxidants play an imperative role in the health of your body.

Due to its polyphenol content, dandelion may also reduce inflammation. Whenever there is an injury or an infection, the immune system responds by inflaming the area. Researchers have found significant reductions in inflammation markers in cells treated with dandelion extracts.

Additionally, studies suggest that dandelion may have antimicrobial and antiviral properties. These active compounds may improve the body's ability to combat infection and protect against harmful bacteria.

Ashwagandha, also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry is made from a small evergreen shrub called Withania Somnifera. Ashwagandha has been found to reduce the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, by 28% and minimize stress symptoms by 44%.

May Help Reduce Stress and Anxiety: Ashwagandha is perhaps most famous for its stress reducing capabilities. This adaptogen is a substance that helps the body manage stress. Ashwagandha seems to help control stress interceders, including cortisol and stress-activated proteins. It can also help to lessen the activity of the HPA axis, a stress-response regulating system in your body.

May Help Increase Muscle Strength and Physical Performance: A 5 study analysis discovered that taking ashwagandha remarkably improved the maximum oxygen consumption (VO2 max) in healthy adults and athletes. VO2 max VO₂ max refers to how much oxygen your body can absorb and use during exercise at maximum capacity. It’s a measurement of heart and lung fitness. The name Ashwagandha translates to “smell of a horse”, which relates to the vitality, strength, and endurance of the animal.

May reduce blood sugar levels: There are particular compounds within Ashwagandha that are believed to have powerful capabilities that may help activate your cells to take in glucose from your bloodstream. Some evidence suggests that ashwagandha may even reduce blood sugar levels due to its effects on the insulin secretion and the cells’ glucose absorption.

Helps with weight control: Cortisol is widely known as a stress hormone. Too much cortisol in the body has been linked to muscle loss, weight gain and nervous eating. This “survival hormone” activates production of glucose and stimulates a hunger response leading to what is commonly known as stress-related weight gain.  Ashwagandha works elementally to help improve your response capabilities. Controlling your stress levels make you much less prone to binge eating. The antioxidants scientists have discovered in Ashwagandha can also boost our body’s metabolism, facilitating a more effective fat-burning process.

Sleep aid: Ashwagandha carries an abundance of compounds that may be responsible for its sleep-aiding results. Researchers suggest that the Triethylene Glycol12 that is organically found in the herb may induce sleepiness. Others indicate that Ashwagandha acts on a class of receptors that respond to the GABA neurotransmitter, which play a chief role in the sleep/awake transition and can result in what many experience to be longer, better sleep quality.

Milk Thistle Extract: Your liver will thank you for milk thistle. The herb milk thistle supports liver health in an amazing way. This plant has been used for nearly 2000 years and contains a polyphenol called silymarin that has a particular preference for liver cells. As the liver is constantly working hard to metabolize and detoxify toxins and heavy metals, milk thistle helps safeguard liver cells from harm. In addition to supporting bile flow and consistency, milk thistle supports healthy levels of inflammation in the liver. Milk thistle is highly effective for much more than liver support, as it has also been shown to support healthy cholesterol levels and healthy mucous membranes.

Ginger Root- With its strong-taste, this powerful spice can offer an array of health benefits. The anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory properties of ginger make it widely recommended for motion sickness and menstrual symptoms. Its benefits, however, go far beyond an anti-nausea remedy. This is a superfood that is known to increase resilience and balance in your body. Its antioxidant content is as powerful as its flavor. There are over 50 types of antioxidants in ginger, according to research. Due to these antioxidants, ginger fights inflammation and oxidative stress.

It can also help boost metabolism, support the immune system, reduce histamine, support energy output, and support the digestive system. Even better, it has antispasmodic properties, so it helps relieve cramps and relax stressed muscles.

 Thyroid health, insulin levels, and testosterone levels may also be enhanced by ginger. The anti-inflammatory properties it contains may contribute to the balance of hormones.

According to research, in addition to its Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory activity other benefits may include:

  • Protection of brain function
  • Support for respiratory health
  • Support for cardiovascular health
  • Support for the liver
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Reducing allergies
  • Infection-fighting
  • Balancing blood sugar
  • Reducing weight gain

Red Clover Flower: Along with beans and peas, red clover belongs to the legume family. There are many nutrients found in red clover flowers, including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, and vitamin C. The plant also contains isoflavones, which act like estrogen in the body.

May relieve hot flushes and night sweats: Due to its high isoflavone content, red clover may help ease some menopause symptoms, such as hot flushes and night sweats. As isoflavones bind to estrogen receptors in women's reproductive cells, they may mimic the effects of natural estrogen when absorbed into the body

May enhance bone density in women who are menopausal: Menopause reduces circulating oestrogen, resulting in bone loss that, over time, can result in osteoporosis. The phytoestrogen isoflavones in red clover can weakly mimic the effects of oestrogen in the body. Therefore, osteoporosis risk may be reduced by consuming isoflavones, according to some studies.

May contribute to heart health: Red clover may improve the heart health of postmenopausal women, according to some research. According to some researchers, isoflavones in red clover are the active ingredient that could be responsible for this benefit.

May support skin and hair health: Hair and skin health have been promoted by red clover traditionally for centuries. Red clover's benefits for skin and hair appear promising in modern studies, but more research is needed.

May ease menstrual issues: During a woman's menstrual cycle, estrogen levels can drop and cause unpleasant symptoms. In order to relieve menstrual irregularities and uncomfortable cycle issues, some women use phytoestrogens and other herbal remedies.

Buchu Leaf- Buchu is an herb that originates in South Africa. Buchu comes in a variety of ways. Round leaf buchu and oval leaf buchu are the most popular, however they both have medicinal attributes. There are many medicinal properties associated with Buchu, such as antiseptic, anti-arthritic, carminative, digestive, diuretic, among many others.

Due to its abundance of vitamins A, B, C, and E, Buchu contains minerals and flavonoids that may prevent certain diseases. This is a wonderful health and wellness aid that can potentially offer the following health support. 

Detoxification: Since Buchu is a diuretic, it increases the frequency and quantity of urination, which then helps to flush out toxins like uric acid, excess salt, and other unwanted substances from the body. This helps to prevent infection caused by toxins in the urinary tract and kidneys.

Period Cramps: Buchu has antibacterial, antifungal and antispasmodic properties. As a result of these characteristics, Buchu might be an effective remedy for preventing cramps and pain during premenstrual periods. 

Controlling weight: Buchu helps to prevent constipation and aids digestion. Buchu has diuretic properties that promote urination and flush the system of toxins. Buchu helps in the management of weight because of all these qualities. The American Food and Drug Administration has approved Buchu for use as a weight loss supplement.

Immune Boosting: The antioxidant vitamin C in Buchu has an immune boosting effect, as it is a good source of vitamin C. It is also a good source of flavonoids, which fight infection and protect against diseases such as colds, flus, and coughs.

Wound Healing: As a result of its antiseptic properties, Buchu leaves were chewed to heal wounds in ancient times. The essential oils extracted from buchu are used to treat wounds today. Using these essential oils may accelerate the healing process and closes wounds faster.

Digestion: Antimicrobial and antibacterial properties of Buchu contribute to digestion. These properties help prevent the occurrence of indigestion caused by bacterial and microbial action. It may also assist in increasing the secretion of digestive juices in the stomach, which is beneficial to digestion.

Gassy Belly: Buchu has carminative properties. As a result, it aids in the removal of gas from the stomach and intestines. As well as relieving flatulence and bloating, it also gives a feeling of calmness, and relief from chest and stomach heaviness.

Parsley: Originally from the Mediterranean region, parsley is a flowering plant. The herb parsley has been used for centuries to help treat conditions such as high blood pressure, allergies, and inflammation. In today's world, it's widely used as a culinary herb or dried spice. It has a mild, bitter flavor and is bright green in color.

As one of the most powerful disease-fighting plants, parsley offers many potential health benefits and great nutritional value. There are many vitamins in the herb, including vitamin K, which is essential for blood clotting and bone growth. Additionally, parsley contains important antioxidant nutrients like vitamin A and C.

Marshmallow Root: Since ancient times, marshmallow root, or Althaea officinalis, has been used in herbal medicine. The marshmallow root looks like a brown, fibrous husk and comes from the marshmallow plant. The marshmallow plant's flowers, roots, and leaves are edible.

The plant produces a sap-like substance that gives marshmallow root its medicinal properties.

This substance of the plant contains antioxidants, which may coat the skin and digestive tract. As a result, skin irritations and digestive issues, such as ulcers, may be relieved. In addition to digestive problems, such as ulcers marshmallow root is also used for coughs and skin irritation. 

Originally, marshmallow candy was made from marshmallow root mucilage, which manufacturers used in producing this confection. Candy marshmallows today, however, do not typically contain the herb. Rather, they are made of sugar and gelatin.

Can I take Liver Cleanse while I am following a detox regimen?

Definitely! It is especially essential when you are following a detox protocol to support and assist your liver, and that's exactly what my Liver Cleanse formula is meant to do! Your liver is exposed to a much higher amount of toxins during detoxification and is liable for metabolizing toxins at a higher rate than it would under normal everyday circumstances. While my Liver Cleanse is beneficial at any time, it’s even more necessary when your liver is under the stress of an extra workload.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Ada S. on  Feb 14, 2023


Destoxificar el hígado con Liver Cleanse le dio a mi sistema un "restart" tan evidente que todos notan el cambio en mi. Recomendado 100%.