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Natural remedies for liver disease

 
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What are the best natural remedies (food, herbs, lifestyle, etc) for dealing with liver disease?
 
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I believe dandelion seed and thistle seed are promoted for this.
 
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Milk Thistle , Berberine rich plants: Oregon Grape, Japanese barberry. Burdock, Dandelion, Cleavers, Chichory, There is more but that all I can think of off the top of my head.
 
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Henry Jabel pretty much nailed it.  But, also cold yarrow tea shrinks the liver and gentian stimulates.  Combining licorice with dandelion and burdock is good, but not with gentian.  Also, eating a lot of cabbage and other plants in that family.
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