Liver Detox & Cleanse | Herbal Liver Support | An Alternate to Milk Thistle Caps | Effective Against Infections, Supports Alcohol Metabolism | (375mg) | 100 Caplets
WISE CHOICE FOR LIVER DETOX & LIVER CLEANSE
The natural herbs in Liv.52 work synergistically and help in the removal of toxins from the body via liver. Besides, they also stimulate and help to improve overall liver functionality, while at the same time support digestion by increasing bile secretion.
PROTECTS & MAINTAINS LIVER HEALTH
An active liver support, Liv.52 helps in managing liver health problems and aids in fighting against infections. It further helps in alcohol metabolism which eliminates acetaldehyde (key component that causes grogginess post drink) from the body and cleanses it from within. Besides being completely safe for long-term-use, Liv.52 is an excellent source to maintain liver health in PREGRANT WOMEN.
AN ALTERNATE TO MILK THISTLE
Some Milk Thistle products target just detox, whereas Liv.52 is a unique blend of Ayurvedic herbs like Capers and Chicory, which offers plant-based support for a wider range of issues related to liver health like, loss of appetite, fatty liver, illness recovery and more. Also, MILK THISTLE AND SELENIUM IS KNOWN TO WORK WELL WHEN ADMINISTERED INTRAVENOUSLY, HOWEVER DUPLICATING SUCH RESULTS WITH ORAL PRODUCTS IS OFTEN DIFFICULT.
PREMIUM QUALITY HERBS, NO WHITE LABELLING
All our herbs are grown under direct supervision as we work directly with the farmers. Since we source our own herbs and do not make them go through harsh extraction process, all our supplements have higher potency and better efficacy.
WHAT MAKES LIV.52 DIFFERENT FROM OTHER LIVER HEALTH SUPPLEMENTS?
Being, recommended by over 4,00,000 doctors across the globe is not the only thing that makes Liv.52 unique. There are over 250 clinical trials over the span of 64 years that testify about Liv.52’s effectiveness in managing liver related issues. With 1 unit selling every second somewhere in the world, Liv.52 is Himalaya’s #1 product since its launch in 1955.