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I've been on herbals for treatment along with a lot of other supplements.

I've noticed over the last couple months my liver enzymes are sky rocketing.

I've also started having pain on my right side next to my belly button.

Does anyone know what I can take to lower these numbers?

I've been taking Liver Life, Itires, Apoheapt, castor oil packs, epsom salt baths and dry brushing.

Since I can't pinpoint what's causing this, I've stopped taking everything.

Is there any thing else I can do to bring these numbers done?

I'm concerned especially since I'm experiencing pain.

My LLMD emailed telling me not to take Tylenol or Alcohol which I don't.

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My LLMD had me on milk thistle to help support my liver.

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Liver Life has milk thistle in it so I'm not sure what's causing this.
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Are whatever infections you may have on board each / all being treated as directly as needed? Infections can affect the liver.
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The grain alcohol in Liver Life might be stressing your liver.

Some LLMD don't want their patients who have liver issues taking any alcohol tinctures.

The milk thistle seed in that also might not be enough liver support.


http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=030792;p=0

LIVER & KIDNEY SUPPORT & and several HERXHEIMER support links, too.
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tudca... and Cryptolepis is helpful for me..
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My liver numbers just recently went back up when I relapsed (or got reinfected, maybe?) It happened when I was really sick before, too, but normalized with treatment.

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I have Cryptolepsis, giving that a try.
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I'm copy pasting a recent post I did:

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I've done so many things for my liver...

The fastest pain relief I think is a product called Liver-Spleen-Pancreas from Vital Force Tech: just a few drops directly on the tongue, I feel the pain simply going away.

This is one of the things that last long (long effect).
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Or you can use your plasma rife with some liver frequencies? I use my violet ray, with some success there, as it helps moving the liquids.

(you got a middle term effect there, it lasts a couple of hours or so).

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Tapping under the arm is a potent point too, that helps a bit with pain (under the arm, height of nipples).

It's the G-bladder meridian.

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Dr. K also teaches the liver compression massage: you got to get someone to do that (even though I do that by myself sometimes... not too easy though alone)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRAW5H5j36U

It sometimes works pretty fast when my liver is screaming... (helps a bit, short term effect).

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Liver Reflex point in Chinese reflexology

You can press that with fingers or back of a pen (not the tip, of course) or simply step on a round river stone.

Take at least 2 full cups of water because some toxins will get flushed.

The more painful the liver reflex point (right foot only), the more the liver is charged.

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And the best is taking binders... until anxiety is gone. It won't though relieve the liver completely, but it takes off some of the stress.


but as I said: the fastest and easiest: take the LSP drops above. It's a product with an amazing combination of liver herbs, only in blueprint, but I swear it works like nothing else for me.

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Of course, milk thistle is a must (in my opinion).

I do think that a mix of treatments work much better than just one (like only ingesting things is not as efficient as when you apply liver massages, reflex point massages, high voltage there too).

Acupuncture meridians can also help the liver in other ways.

My worst organ during lyme was the liver: too many toxins there. I would not have survived pain and problems without binders such as chlorella, bear garlic and MSM, taken many times a day.

the moment my liver feels good, so do I. It's been like that even for candida. Same problems as with lyme herxes.

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