Chronic Gallbladder Disorders
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Rosemary is primarily a liver regenerator and acts as both a liver and gall bladder drainer, with a mild affinity for the kidneys.
Traditionally, Rosemary was used as a culinary digestive stimulant for its cholagogue actions and on biliary lithiasis.
The liver tonifying properties of Rosemary help to stimulate the defenses and become a useful remedy in chronic degenerative allergies.
Due to the livers actions in the steroidogenic pathway, Rosemary also assists with the processing of elevated triglycerides and balances the hormones in both men and women. For women, it helps clear the liver of excess hormones from birth control, and aids in the treatment of hormonal acne.
Rosemary may cause a euphoric state. High doses are cautioned because it may induce an epileptic condition.
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) 0.28 ml
Young Shoot Extract (1:20)
– 14 mg Dried Equivalent
Water, ethanol, glycerin
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, do not use. Refer to product label for further details.
Take 10 drops once daily, or as recommended by your health care practitioner. Invert bottle and shake lightly allowing for drops to fall directly under the tongue or into 1/4 oz of water. To promote drop flow, invert bottle and shake before each use.