What happens in your liver affects your entire body. But most of us don’t pay very much attention to it.
The liver is the main filter for your blood. If it’s working at peak performance, it removes toxins from your blood. But if your liver is overstressed, like most Americans, it has a hard time keeping up.
The reason this happens is accumulated waste in the colon reabsorbs toxins into your blood. The liver was not meant to deal with all this waste, and it begins working overtime until it can’t handle anymore.
Weight gain, because your metabolism has slowed down due to a weakened thyroid. No matter how much you diet, if your metabolism is slow it won’t matter one bit!
Fatty liver disease, when fat accumulates to over 10% of your liver’s weight, you’ve acquired fatty liver disease. If your liver becomes inflamed (fatty), you may have a poor appetite, weight loss, abdominal pain, weakness, and experience brain fog…
Arthritis, from heavy and stagnant blood…
Lethargy and chronic fatigue from thick dirty blood weighing you down and making it hard to get out of bed in the morning…
Hot flashes and menopause, as well as severe PMS symptoms because of the liver over-heating with an excess of estrogen trapped in the liver…
Excess estrogen because the liver is the organ that filters estrogen. When you have excess estrogen, you’ll feel bloated, a decreased sex drive, irregular menstrual periods, headaches, mood swings, weight gain, hair loss, feeling tired or lacking energy, and have increased symptoms of premenstrual syndrome…
A severely impacted liver can also lead to more severe problems like diabetes and even cancer, if steps are not taken to relieve the stress…
High blood pressure due to the liver being congested causing the blood to thicken and move very slow causing too much pressure to the heart…
Lung congestion due to a toxic liver…
The liver affects your entire body’s health and well-being. Your body needs clean and light blood to function at its peak, and keeping the blood clean is the liver’s responsibility.
If the liver can’t handle it because it’s too stressed and too full of waste, the toxins will remain in your blood and do damage to the rest of your body.
According to the American Liver Foundation, there are environmental factors contributing to your toxic liver. Things like…
- Increased medicine consumption in America
- Estrogen pollution from pesticides, household cleaners and cosmetics
- Meat injected with hormones and antibiotics
- Drinking water polluted with estrogen
According to Dr. John R. Lee in his book “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause: the Breakthrough Book on Natural Progesterone” (Warner Books, 1996) estrogen dominance is the cause of most women’s chronic health problems – including breast, uterine, and ovarian cancers.
Since the liver is the organ that removes estrogens, a weak liver that fails to remove them efficiently will allow estrogen to accumulate in all parts of the body.
When excessive estrogens become trapped in the uterus, ovary, or breast due to stagnation, they over stimulate cell division and lead to abnormal growth such as fibroids, cysts, or cancer in these organs. Estrogens may also be accumulated in the brain and liver because they both have estrogen receptors.
Then, according to Chinese medicine, hot flashes are one outward sign of a sluggish liver. During menopause the liver has to go through significant adjustments due to hormonal changes. When the liver is filled to capacity with excess estrogen and other toxins, the energy flow becomes stagnant, and produces “heat.”
When the liver is healthy, both the flood flow and energy flow are smooth and no heat will result.
In younger women, excess estrogen in the liver leads to severe PMS symptoms such as tender breast, headaches, cramping, etc.
Estrogen and the liver have important roles in the kind of weight problems that are common among women. Because metabolism is mostly carried out in the liver, a sluggish liver leads to sluggish metabolism – making it impossible to lose weight no matter how much you diet.
Excess estrogens stimulate fat cell production in the abdominal area and upper thighs, where estrogens are more concentrated. Estrogens also bind to sodium – which leads to weight gain through water retention.
is a dangerous health hazard
Once your liver is working at its best, you’ll feel much better,
and you may:
- Lose weight faster because your thyroid is being tuned up to speed
- Have increased energy because your blood becomes lighter and cleaner
- Reduce or eliminate PMS symptoms, so they don’t make you feel crazy
- Sleep more soundly, just like a baby
- Decrease high blood pressure
- Experience smoother looking skin
- Improved memory
So, what can you do to help cleanse your over-burdened liver?
I’ve been quietly dispensing this herbal wonder to different clients whom I know are suffering, in quiet desperation, with different health problems. And once they’re on this amazing tea, they’re getting great results.
What’s in this tea?
Renu Herbs Organic Tea Leaves is a proprietary blend of five different healing teas—mixed in exact ratios—from different parts of the world.
In each of these parts of the world, they’re used as a natural healing source.
Some of the leaves are from South America where they’ve been used to solve a multitude of health problems. Other leaves are from the Far East and some from
This is what makes Renu Herbs Organic Tea Leaves so powerful.
Herb #1… It’s been recommended by herbalists in other parts of the world for high cholesterol. Traditional doctors were shocked to learn that one of their patients, who drank two cups of tea a day (just one ingredient in Renu Herbs Organic Tea Leaves), after a few months, no longer had high cholesterol. Plus this traditional herb is a favorite addition to teas that cleanse the blood and is effective for bronchitis.
This leaf has great medicinal value for nervousness caused by mental over-exertion. One cup drunk before going to bed, through its soothing effect, is highly beneficial.
Plus it helps with jaundice and gravel in the bladder, rheumatism and gout pain in the limbs. This herb not only prevents arteriosclerosis, it gives the body new elasticity through its purifying action.
Herb #2…aids the glandular system and also helps with metabolism (key to losing weight fast). Plus, it helps the pancreas recover, which over time, helps the root cause of type 2 diabetes. Plus, it also helps with hardened arteries which will help with high blood pressure.
For hardening of the arteries, this leaf is an excellent remedy. It’s also recommended for stroke.
And, this leaf is invaluable in all heart and circulatory disorders. People in our fast moving times, with the tensions of modern living and working under stress, surely need an aid like it.
Herb #3Grows in the rain forests of Central and South America. There it is used in hospitals as a cancer treatment.
Now, understand this, I’m not saying this will cure cancer. What I am saying is it’s used in this part of the world, for those problems. Plus, it’s also used as a pain reliever, an anti-inflammatory, an anti-bacterial and an anti-psoriasis… just “anti” everything bad.
Herbalists worldwide recommend its use to combat a wide range of ailments. Some of these include: yeast infections, influenza, inflammation, arthritis, fever, infections, colds, syphilis, cancer, lupus, diabetes and psoriasis.
Herb #4…has been proven in clinical trials to help lower blood pressure and help improve the function of the circulatory system. And, it even has been used to help with diabetes.
Another benefit is that it effectively fights free radicals, which cause many degenerative diseases and significantly contribute to the aging process.
In experiments, a component present in this herb may be responsible for the vasodilator effect on the smooth muscle layer of the coronary arteries. Another area of extreme interest with this leaf is that it has been found to lower blood pressure.
Researchers also found that this herb could have a significant impact on the management of blood sugar levels to help with diabetes. One of the most frequent comments heard from those drinking this tea is that they’re experiencing a dramatic increase in energy levels and have a greater sense of well-being.
Improvement in energy levels can also be seen specifically in fatigue-related disorders, such as chronic fatigue, lupus, mononucleosis, Epstein-Barr, and fibromyalgia. Most doctors would consider abnormal fatigue levels to be the number one concern heard form patients.
Herb #5This herb has been shown to improve liver function by removing toxins and reestablishing hydration and the electrolyte balance. It also increases the release of bile.
This herbal superfood helps the kidneys clear out waste by increasing urine production.
Recent animal studies show this herb helps regulate blood sugar and insulin levels and it lowers and controls cholesterol levels while raising HDL.
And if you’re overweight you can become over acidic. These acids in the blood are destroyed by this herb.
It’s one of the best liver cleansers. It increases the activity of the liver and the flow of bile into the intestines.
As a blood purifier it brings relief in gout and rheumatism. For jaundice and disorders of the spleen it’s also used successfully.
Herbalists state that women used the infusion of the plant and roots as a beauty aid, hoping to gain youthful looks, and their faces remained blemish free.
And, this herb is also known to help stimulate circulation to the scalp assisting in hair growth and shine.
It’s proving to be a miracle worker for those who’ve tried it. Once they’ve started to consistently drink Renu Herbs Organic Tea Leaves they write in and say…