Most detoxification herbs, including milk thistle, work by detoxing the liver and then dumping it into the bloodstream where it, unfortunately, often is reabsorbed again.
Reabsorption Of The Toxins When They're Dumped Into The Blood Is Inevitable, If Not Combined With Other Targeted Ways To Eliminate Completely From Our System Fast.
There are two ways to go about this. Either combine a regular liver detoxifier with a binding substance, in order to get the toxins moved out of the bloodstream and preventing reabsorption. Or taking shizandra berry. This herb works by detoxing the liver and then binding the toxins in the bloodstream, after the livers dumps them out. This prevents the body from reabsorbing the toxins detoxed from the liver. Pretty smart.
We Should Be Including Some Agents Daily That Help To Gently Remove Toxins And Detox, As We Are Exposed To A Variety Of Chemicals And Heavy Metal Substances Daily.
This will help to prevent sudden built-up and the need for more drastic measures to remove toxins later in life.
Schizandra Is Also Widely Used In Chinese Medicine For Skin Beauty.
It is called “the quintessence of Chinese herbs,” because it is considered one of the most powerful Chinese herbs in the world. It was the official herb of the Imperial household during the whole Qing Dynasty, because the women noticed that it kept their skin beautiful.
A popular and tasty way to get the benefits of schizandra daily is schizandra tea - simply steep the dried berries as you would any other tea. Liquids are easier for the body to absorb than harder capsule forms of superfoods.
Schizandra helps the skin to maintain moisture, keep it hydrated, and then protects it by creating a layer of protection on the skin from the sun and sun damage.
Beautiful skin is a direct result of a body that is clean inside - thus the wide ranging health benefits of detoxification. Implementing some small detoxification agents as part of our daily routine, is required in our modern living, where we must take preventative measures against the constant bombardment of chemicals and toxins. That is if we want to keep our brain and body strong, vibrant and healthy.
Reference: J Ethnopharmacol. 2008 Jul 23;118(2):183-212