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Liver Formula

Liver Formula
 

Dr. Zhang's proprietary herbal formula of effective, fast-acting Natural Liver Cleanse and Detox.

Price: $44.99
Availability: Out Of Stock
Size: 500mg, 160 Capsules
Manufacturer: Herbalmax USA
SKU: 859283001118

The HERBALmax™ Liver Formula is designed to be a one-stop, all-natural remedy for detoxifying the liver and combating a variety of liver-related conditions. The Liver formula contains a combination of natural ingredients specially formulated to improve and maintain liver health.

This safe and reliable formula is excellent for liver cleanse and liver detoxification, especially for those who have long history of improper diet, abuse of vitamin intake, and long-term use of certain medications. The Liver Formula works to thoroughly cleanse your liver and aid in liver detoxification. The herbs comprising this formula have no known side effects and can be taken safely alongside other treatments with ease of mind. Positive results are usually observed within just a few weeks, and patients of Dr. Zhang have noted a long-lasting positive impact.

Highlights*
  • Cleanses and detoxifies the liver
  • Support a healthy liver function
  • Support a balanced liver enzyme level
  • All-natural and vegetarian-friendly
  • No known side effects

Ingredients:

*Disclaimer: Liver problems can be serious. If symptoms persist, contact your physician. HERBALmax products are dietary supplements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary.
Directions for Use:

Adults and children age 13 and older: 4 capsules, 2-3 times a day on an empty stomach or between meals.
Children ages 9-12: 3 capsules, 2-3 times a day between meals.
Children ages 5-8: 2 capsules, 2-3 times a day between meals.*
Children ages 3-4: 1 capsule, 2-3 times a day between meals.*

*For children under age 6: open the capsules and pour the powder into a tablespoon. Mix the powder with warm water (add honey, if desired) and then have your child swallow.

If you do not feel better or if blood tests do not show improvement after 2-3 weeks, see your physician.

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a. Overview of Liver Disease

The liver is the largest organ in the human body and is responsible for many critical functions. It stores energy, aids in food digestion, and filters harmful substances from the blood.

Liver diseases are highly diverse. Some are caused by viruses while others are caused by drug consumption, alcohol abuse, or genetics. While certain liver problems are temporary and disappear on their own, others can last a lifetime and lead to serious complications.

Some common types of liver disease:

Type Features
Fatty Liver Disease When 5%-10% of the weight of your liver is made up of fat.
May lead to serious complications and may be associated with alcohol consumption.
Hepatitis A Caused by the hepatitis A virus. Spread through food or water contaminated by infected person. Causes swelling of the liver and flu-like symptoms, but these do not persist.
Hepatitis B Spread through contact with infected person’s bodily fluids. May have flu-like symptoms and can be temporary or chronic, leading to cirrhosis or cancer. Vaccine exists.
Hepatitis C Spreads through contact with infected blood. Symptoms will not arise for years and infection may last a lifetime, leading to scarring of the liver or liver cancer. Side effects of many medicines are a critical issue.
Cirrhosis Scarring of the liver due to injury or long-term disease. Scarred liver tissue cannot make proteins, help fight infections, clean blood, digest food, or store energy. May lead to other serious complications including liver cancer.
Jaundice Causes skin and whites of eyes to turn yellow and is caused by too much bilirubin, a yellow chemical in hemoglobin. This occurs when liver cannot handle red blood cells as they break down.
Liver Failure Large parts of the liver become damaged beyond repair and can no longer maintain life-sustaining functions; can result from any type of liver disorder ranging from viral hepatitis to acetaminophen (Tylenol) overdose.


b. Progression of Liver Disease

While there are many different types of liver disease, liver damage tends to progress in a general fashion across the board. Regardless of whether the liver is infected with virus or chemicals, or even attacked by your own immune system, the imminent danger lies in the liver becoming severely damaged that it can no longer maintain its life-sustaining functions.

The Healthy Liver

A healthy liver helps fight infections, clean blood, digest food, and store energy. The healthy liver has incredible regenerative abilities after injury.

Inflammation

In the early stages of liver disease, the liver becomes enlarged, tender, and inflamed. This is a sign from your body that it is trying to fight an infection or injury. However, prolonged infection may damage your liver permanently. This is made all the more dangerous by the fact that an inflamed liver may cause no discomfort and could easily go unnoticed. Detection and treatment at this state will usually result in full recovery.

Fibrosis

If the liver is left untreated, it will begin to scar. As excess scar tissue grows, it replaces healthy liver tissue, resulting in fibrosis. Scar tissue cannot able to function as well as healthy liver tissue and will prevent blood from flowing through the liver, interfering with the liver’s filtering capabilities. The liver will begin to function much less efficiently.

Cirrhosis

At a certain point, the liver may become so severely scarred that it can no longer heal itself, which is called cirrhosis. This may lead to complications including but not limited to cancer. Cirrhosis is often the first visible sign of liver disease. Some symptoms of cirrhosis include bleeding or bruising easily, jaundice, intense itching, bursting blood vessels, and water build-up in legs or abdomen.

Liver Failure

The final stage of liver disease is liver failure, wherein the liver loses all function. This is a life-threatening condition. Liver failure is precluded by nausea, loss of appetite, fatigue, and diarrhea. As liver failure progresses, the symptoms become more serious including risk of coma and death. Liver failure can be chronic, often caused by malnutrition and years of untreated cirrhosis, or acute, occurring suddenly in as little as 48 hours.

c. Risk Factors Increasing Chance of Liver Problems

  • Exposure to others’ bodily fluids (unprotected sex, blood transfusions)
  • Body piercings and tattoos
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Certain prescription medications
  • Heavy alcohol consumption and drug abuse
  • Working with chemicals without proper safety precautions

d. Symptoms and Signs of Liver Disease

  • Yellow or discolored skin and eyes (jaundice)
  • Abdominal pain and swelling
  • Itchy skin that does not go away
  • Dark urine color
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Pale, bloody, or black stools

e. Diagnosis and Treatment

Some diagnostic tests for liver disease include liver function blood tests, imaging tests such as CT scans, MRI scans, or ultrasounds. Another method is by a histological examination of liver tissue, where liver tissue is removed using needle biopsy and the sample is sent to a laboratory for examination. Depending on the diagnosis, some liver problems may include medication or even liver transplants. Numerous natural and herbal remedies have been suggested for improving liver health, but few offer substantiated results.

f. Prevention

There are certain steps you can take to protect your liver. One way is to avoid alcohol consumption or only drink alcohol in moderation. Limiting your number of drinks to no more than one or two a day will help prevent diseases like fatty liver disease. Getting vaccinations for disease like hepatitis A and B is definitely another important method of protecting your liver. Avoiding risky behaviors such as avoiding illicit intravenous drugs, using protection during sex, and insisting on clean needles for piercing and tattoos is very important. Choosing and using medications wisely go a long way towards preventing the contraction of many serious liver illnesses. Finally, by maintaining a healthy lifestyle, diet, and weight, the chances of getting liver disease can be effectively reduced.

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