Liver Tincture 4oz

BioPure

Liposomal herbal tincture formulated to stimulate bile release and enhance liver and gallbladder function.* 

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BioPure® Liver Tincture is a unique liposomal blend of herbal extracts traditionally used to stimulate bile release and digestive enzymatic secretions, improve peristalsis, tone the gastrointestinal tract, and enhance liver and gallbladder function. *  

This proprietary formulation contains nanonized, liposomal phosphatidylcholine (PC) — a primary lipid component of cell membranes. Oral supplementation of PC may improve cell membrane stability and function. Partnering this vital phospholipid complex with the highest quality botanical ingredients promotes optimal cellular delivery and improves bioavailability. *  

The liver is the primary organ of detoxification. Its main function is to filter and prepare potentially toxic substances for elimination. Metabolic waste, microorganisms and environmental toxicants are transported through the liver and broken down into less toxic compounds, and excreted via the kidneys, bowels and skin.  

The liver also plays an integral part in digestion and maintaining overall homeostatic balance. It produces bile that is stored and concentrated in the gallbladder and released along with digestive secretions into the duodenum and small intestine. 

Maintaining liver fluidity and optimizing liver and gallbladder function supports the breakdown of fats, optimal digestion, nutrient absorption, hormonal balance and overall well-being. BioPure® Liver Tincture is formulated to support daily liver and gallbladder function and may also be used to prepare the body for deeper levels of detoxification. * 

Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) leaf: A strong bitter that stimulates enzymatic secretions necessary for healthy digestion, absorption and intestinal elimination. 

Coptis (Coptis chinensis) rhizome Rich in berberine, coptis is known for its potent ability to clear microbial imbalance and improve hepatic flow.  

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root: A potent liver restorative herb, rich in polysaccharides that may help support blood sugar balance and protect hepatic function.  

Gentian (Gentiana lutea) root: Another powerful digestive bitter that supports peristalsis, lipid breakdown, blood sugar balance and reduces excessive stomach acid. 

Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis) berry: Helps stimulate detoxification processes and supports liver tissue and cell membrane integrity. 

Wild Indigo (Baptisia tinctoria) root: Supports the immune system and increases immune response to microbial and systemic imbalances.  

Phosphatidylcholine (PC):  An essential component of cellular membranes. The cell membrane protects the cell from its environment and regulates the transport of nutrients and other substances into and out of the cell. Nourishing cell membranes with supplemental phosphatidylcholine may enhance optimal immune, hepatic, and neurological health.  

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