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It is almost impossible to avoid toxins; from the food we eat to the air we breathe, our immune system is in a constant battle to rid of them. What’s more alarming is that toxins build up over time, causing a person to feel fatigued and experience hormonal imbalances or skin problems. Luckily, there are a large number of #Herbs that support the liver and kidneys in flushing waste from the body. You should not use any of these herbs without the recommendation of your healthcare professional. Several reports by Global Healing Center have provided the key information for this article.

Milk Thistle

#Milk Thistle is one of the best herbs for human health.

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Herbalists that travel in the desert carry at least four ounces of milk thistle extract with them just in case of a snake bite. Drinking all four ounces may protect them from poison and save their lives. The same thing is applied here; if your blood is contaminated with a lot of toxins, you may want to protect your kidneys and liver. Taking milk thistle help you process toxins faster and feel better.

Dandelion

Most homeowners do not realize that the yellow weeds that pop up every spring are actually plants that have a significant number of health benefits. Dandelion is used for the treatment of muscle aches, upset stomach, loss of appetite, gallstones, intestinal gas, eczema, bruises, and serves as a laxative to increase bowel movements. The vitamins and antioxidants present in dandelions help cleanse our liver and keep it working properly.

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Eucalyptus

The eucalyptus tree is native to Australia and has over seven hundred species. Its use extends beyond being a food source for local wildlife. A 2009 study reported by NYU Langone Medical Center found that a 200 mg serving of eucalyptus may improve blood circulation in the body. In addition, this herb may contribute to liver health.

Wormwood

Wormwood is a bitter herb found in North Africa, Eurasia, and #North America. The benefits of wormwood are not limited to its effects on harmful organisms. This herb also contains compounds known to stimulate digestion by supporting liver and gallbladder functions. The antioxidants present in this herb may contribute to liver health.

Acacia

Acacia is a health-friendly herb that is found in North America. The bark of acacia helps detoxify the body. Acacia honey is high in its fructose content. It possesses excellent digestive and disinfectant properties. The effectiveness of this herb is felt more when it relieves the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome naturally.