Herbs that can help your liver

Many proponents of herbal medicine suggest using herbs to enhance the health of your liver, an organ responsible for clearing toxins from your body. Indeed, some research shows that certain herbs may help fight liver disorders like cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) or infections like hepatitis B and hepatitis C (viruses known to cause inflammation in the liver).

 Here's a look at several herbs that show promise as a natural means of boosting liver health.

Milk Thistle

 Analyzing five clinical trials (with a total of 602 cirrhosis patients), researchers determined that treatment with milk thistle could lead to a significant reduction in liver-related mortality.

In a research review published in 2005, scientists looked at several clinical trials testing the use of milk thistle in the treatment of hepatitis C and hepatitis B.3 Although the review's authors found no evidence that milk thistle can help clear any type of hepatitis virus from the body, some research suggests that…


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