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Liver Tonic

Quick Overview

Liver Tonic supports and detoxifies the liver, the organ that removes toxins from the body. This tonic helps regenerate cells in the liver and boosts the organ's productivity in filtering toxins from the blood. Aids in proper histamine function (allergies, chronic inflammation protein synthesis and biochemical production for digestion).

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The following ingredients are all herbal and originate from Mother Tincture.

Taraxacum Officinalis (Dandelion Root)
- supports liver, gallbladder
- stimulates bile production
- anti inflammatory properties
- strong but safe diuretic
- supports heart, bladder, digestive system

Chelidonium majus (Greater Celendine)
- detoxifying herb
- supports liver health
- helps with indigestion, jaundice and sluggish liver
- stimulates bile and pancreatic enzymes

Cardus Marianus (Milk Thistle)
- powerful herbal restorative
- protective effects on the liver
- helps with liver inflammation

Berberis Vulgaris (Barberry)
- powerful herbal restorative
- protective effects on the liver
- helps with liver inflammation

60 ml liquid.
Ingredients: Mother tincture of Taraxacum Officinalis, Chelidonium majus, Carduus Marianus, Berberis
Inactive Ingredients: Organic Vegetable Gylcerine, Water
Dispensed by: Dropper Top. Half dropper = 0.5ml

For use in Dogs and Cats

How long will it last?

Up to 60lb dog - 1 bottle will last 60 days
Over 60lb dog - 1 bottle will last 30 days

Suggested Use:
For healthy animals - Use consecutively for 30-60 days to support liver, gallbladder, kidney and pancreas health. Can be used 2-3 times per year to maintain organ function.

For chronic/symptomatic animals - Can be used for longer than 60 days for dogs with elevated liver enzymes or other chronic conditions. Consult your veterinarian.

In chronic cases where symptoms do not begin to improve within 10 days, it is best to consult your veterinarian.

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