Medford LIVERscript 60 Capsules


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  • Supports phase I and phase II liver detoxification.
  • Provides liver support and repair in acute and chronic liver disease.
  • Promotes normal bile synthesis and secretion.
  • Supports hormonal balance.
  • May reduce alcohol cravings.
  • Supports immune and allergy protocols.
  • Supports and balances the digestive system.

Detoxification, regeneration, protection, repair
Milk thistle has two main constituents, silymarin and silybin. Their antioxidant and free radical-scavenging effects are thought to be responsible for their liver protective effects. Silibinin, the main component of silymarin, has a strong affinity for the cytochrome P450 detoxification enzymes, which the liver uses to break down toxins in phase I. Silymarin seems to alter outer hepatocyte cell membranes, stabilising them and inhibiting the binding and entry of toxins.

NAC (N-acetyl cysteine) protects the liver from damage from advanced glycation end products. It increases production of the body’s primary antioxidant, glutathione, in the liver. NAC helps support the liver by protecting it from potential damage due to drug-induced elevations of bile salts and bilirubin.

Dandelion has a component called taraxasterol which has antioxidant properties to protect the liver. Dandelion supports phase I and phase II detoxification enzymes in the liver. Dandelion also functions as a cholagogue by also stimulating the release of stored bile from the gallbladder and may therefore alleviate constipation as well as gallstones.

Active antioxidant support
Alpha lipoic acid is an organo-sulphur compound present in many foods and is naturally found in the human body where it acts as a powerful antioxidant. It is essential for aerobic metabolism as it is a cofactor of many enzymes involved in energy production.

Green tea is rich in polyphenolic compounds, with catechins as its major component. Studies have shown that catechins possess diverse pharmacological properties that include anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, anti-arteriosclerotic and antibacterial effects.

Unique benefit for persons consuming alcohol
Kudzu vine, due to its isoflavonoid content, is responsible for lowering blood alcohol levels, and also for decreasing voluntary alcohol ingestion by influencing areas of the central nervous system that control the desire for alcohol. Kudzu therefore would be of potential benefit to frequent drinkers attempting to reduce their alcohol consumption.

Kudzu may also facilitate the elimination of acetaldehyde from the body thereby accelerating recovery from hangovers.

Vitamin B1 is not made endogenously in humans and therefore it needs to be consumed in the diet or taken as a supplement. Many cirrhosis patients are found to be deficient in vitamin B1. Vitamin B1 may also help reduce alcohol cravings.

Current modern lifestyles bombard the liver with toxins from a myriad of sources and it needs our help. LiverScript by Medford provides much-needed support by delivering targeted herbs and antioxidants to assist liver detoxification and repair while providing it with antioxidant protection.

Each vegetable capsule contains: Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) [seed extract standardised to 80 % silymarin] 200 mg; kudzu (Pueraria lobata) [root, 4:1 extract]  120 mg; NAC (N-acetylcysteine) 100 mg; lpha-lipoic acid 60 mg; dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) [root, 4:1 extract] 30 mg; green tea (Camellia sinensis) [leaf extract providing 95 % polyphenols and 40 % ECGC’s] 15 mg; vitamin B1 (thiamine HCl) 10 mg.

Other ingredients: Vegetable capsule, magnesium stearate.

LiverScript is VEGAN.

Additional information

Weight 0.073 kg
Dimensions 12.5 × 6 × 6 cm

DISCLAIMER: This product may be a complementary medicine and/or not have been evaluated and verified by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority for its quality, safety or intended use. Use of this product is therefore not intended to compensate for diagnosis, treatment, cure, or mitigation of medical conditions and must not substitute the obtaining of medical advice from a registered health professional for any health or health-related conditions.

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