Liv.52 for liver health and efficiency, helps protects the liver from toxins, drugs and chemicals. It stimulates the appetite and promotes proper nutrition. It’s vital to maintain the health and vitality of your pet’s liver, one of the body’s largest and most vital organs.
Liv.52 detoxifies the liver while boosting optimal function. This makes it an ideal dietary supplement.
This plant-based natural herbal medicine promotes regeneration of liver cells. It is useful as co-therapy when treating many liver conditions such as hepatitis, distemper and parvovirus.
The formulation comes from the Ayurvedic system of herbal medicine. It is also scientifically proven to be safe and effective through many clinical trials in both humans and pets.
Liv.52 can protect the liver from damage that may be caused by toxins, drugs and chemicals. By promoting the regeneration of liver cells and proteins in the liver cells, Liv.52 can restore your pet’s liver to a state of healthy function.
Liv.52 is an effective co-therapy for many liver conditions such as hepatitis, distemper and parvovirus. It also helps protect the liver from toxins that can be found in the environment through pesticides, and through many conventional pharmaceutical treatments where liver damage is a side-effect.
For pets with compromised appetites, Liv.52 can stimulate the appetite and promote weight gain and help your pet consume the nutrition they need for optimal health and wellness.
The liquid preparation is easy to add to their food, or the tablet formula comes in 60 tablets.
Directions for Use: To be given orally or mixed with food or as directed.
Key Ingredients for Liver Health
- Chicory (Kasani)is helpful in the treatment of an enlarged liver and protects against hepatic damage.
- Caper Bush (Himsra)extract is administered to treat preliminary cases of acute viral hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver.
Look up the individual ingredients using our handy Herb Finder which offers detailed information and uses for the herbs, along with their Latin names, English names and Sanskrit Ayurvedic names.