Quick Temper? Time for a Flush

By: Kathlyn Lee

Often overlooked, when the liver is overstressed, all other organs start to dysfunction. Our [tag]liver[/tag] constantly working to break down not only the environment and external toxins that invade our body, but also those produced during normal metabolic processes in the body – *internal toxins*.

The liver is perhaps the most congested of all organs in our body. Too much fat, chemicals, intoxicants, and denatured food all disrupt the hundreds of intricate biochemical processes of the liver.

One of the first signs of liver disharmony is emotional difficulty related to [tag]anger[/tag]: impatience, frustration, resentment, violence, belligerence, rudeness, edginess, arrogrance, stubbornness, aggression and an impulsive and explosive personality. Depression, mood swings as well as excessively emotional in general are liver-related. Tiredness, dark circles under eyes, poor digestion and dull skin are also symptoms of poor liver function.

Love your liver- [tag]cleanse[/tag], detoxify and strengthen it, allowing, in turn for
your internal system to perform at optimum levels. Try some of these liver [tag]detox[/tag] [tag]recipes[/tag]:

Recipe 1:

Drink this mixture first thing in the morning for 10 days continuously.

1/2 cup of warm water
2 tbsp of pure lemon juice
1 tbsp of olive oil
1 tbsp of black-strap molasses
some cayenne pepper

Recipe 2:

This is a good breakfast drink and probably the best [tag]liver cleansing tonic[/tag].

1 carrot
1/2 beetroot
1 stick celery
1 cucumber


1. Thoroughly wash all vegetables.
2. Peel and dice the carrots and beetroot.
3. Dice the celery and cucumber.
4. Pass all vegetables through a juicer.
5. Drink the juice within a half hour

Kathlyn Lee is a natural and organic beauty and wellness practitioner. Her organic skin care business, Miessence, uses the finest natural and certified organic ingredients. The products are available for purchase online at http://www.simplypure.mionegroup.com .



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