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LVR-RENEW: Liver Support & Cleanse

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EFFECTIVE, LIVER DETOXIFIER & REGENERATOR*

HOW LVR-RENEW MAY HELP YOU:

FORMULATED TO CLEANSE & SUPPORT THE LIVER

EACH INGREDIENT MUST HAVE HISTORICAL USE & INDEPENDENT STUDIES!

What exactly goes into our LVR-RENEW formula? Each completely natural addition is chosen for its proven effectiveness, safety, research, and historical use.*

Turkey Tail Mushroom
For a basic boost to the liver, turkey tail will also banish the chronic fatigue, inflammation, and other issues of poor liver health by also simultaneously ramping up immunity. Another great alley against liver cancer. Supportive Research 1–9 

Cracked Shell Reishi Spores
The most potent preparation of reishi is included here for yet more optimal liver protection and restoration. Like turkey tail, reishi also raises and balances immunity, while lowering cancer risk. Helps heal liver damage, and may even help reduce the chances of a fatty liver from poor diet. Supportive Research 10–16 

Milk Thistle
Amplify liver recovery! Milk thistle will speed the healing of any liver damage, rejuvenating liver cells and bringing function back to normal. Protects against all manner of liver illnesses and issues. Supportive Research 17–28

Poria Extract
A liver-qi tonic of the highest degree. We add poria based on its strong traditional background for helping the liver, along with the research revealing it to be a protective antioxidant and anti-cancer mushroom of epic proportions. Supportive Research 29–38 

Schisandra Extract
Get great mood, energy, and immunity back with the addition of schisandra to the blend. Schisandra is also an invaluable herbal ally to the liver, protecting against free radical damage that would threaten it, while accelerating the healing of any damage or stress already caused to this vital organ. Supportive Research 39–52 

Dandelion Root
If digestive function is also in limbo along with a struggling liver, dandelion will have that covered. Its bitter qualities prime the pump for successful regularity while also promoting healthy liver cells. It may also help against fatty liver and other sorts of liver damage, while aiding the liver’s natural detoxification processes as a gentle diuretic. Supportive Research 53–65

Licorice Root
Licorice sweetens the deal with its added immune support and hormone balancing capabilities. It also directly protects the liver and has been proven in research to speed healing when it is damaged. Supportive Research 66–74 

LVR-RENEW also includes piperine, the active alkaloid chemical found in the rinds of black pepper fruits (or corns). This compound immediately increases the bioavailability of all other powerful plant compounds added to this blend – so you can really feel the difference!*

WE ONLY CULTIVATE & HARVEST THE PUREST SOURCED BOTANICALS

LIVER SUPPORT & CLEANSE – NO MATTER HOW YOU MIX IT

What Customers Are Saying:

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We highly suspect you have saved this boys life.

My son in law spent 45 days of agony, eating nothing but broth, crying on the shower floor, living on endone for pain, in and out of the hospital, and 3 courses of an antibiotic the had to send out of Australia for and still no relief from the endless pain. He has lost 12 kilos and really was only a slight boy to start with. Day 1 on the LVR-RENEW, less pain but very bad diarrhea, we decided to split the dose in 2 Day 2, less pain, still on mushroom broth but sitting up Day 3. Ate something other than broth without agony, increased his dose slightly to half a spoon in the morning, and 3/4 of a spoon at night……. Slept for 4 straight hour Day 4. No pain, slight discomfort, ate veggie soup and rice noodles, about 1/2 cup. Day 5(today) out of bed, sitting up, feeling hungry, no pain, but is very weak. We highly suspect you have saved this boys life. ❤️

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Amazing product and quality

This product is just amazing!!! It works to help you detoxify your liver and live healthy. The quality paid the benefits!!! I give 4 stars because of the minty suttle flavor it has, I can’t really appreciate. But I’m happy to drink it in my latte every morning!

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Great Cleanser

Noticed my urine was a light yellow. My understanding is thats a good thing. So far, I like the products vey much. Sent some to my son and daughter in law, the can tell the difference in mental clarity. I purchased Nuero Shroom for them

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OUR PROCESS FROM START TO FINISH:

THE QUALITY OF OUR PRODUCTS, KNOWLEDGE, AND COMPASSION ALLOWS FOR THE PERFECT EXPERIENCE.

We source Pure Raw Ingredients that are sustainably grown and harvested from around the world. Always making sure they’re free of chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

HIGH-QUALITY PROCESSING INCLUDES:

  • Pretreatment: Cleaning and separating only this highest quality raw material.
  • Dual Extraction Process: both water and alcohol extraction. This process allows for the extraction of some of the most active and bioavailable compounds. In the extraction process, we use purified water and Non-GMO ethanol.
  • Filtration: Once the extraction process is complete we filter using a multiple pass filtration system, to ensure purity.
  • Concentrate: We then concentrate the extract to needed potency.
  • Drying: We spray dry without any heat to ensure no denigration of potency.
  • Sieving: We then run the dried extract powder through a sieving and meshing process to ensure the proper consistency of the texture.
  • Testing: Once complete the finished product is sent to our Quality Control Center in the US. Then on to fulfillment centers located throughout the US for prompt delivery.

EFFECTIVE, ALL NATURAL – PLUS A 1 YEAR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!

LVR-RENEW: CLEANSE AND DETOXIFY

Ever think about the liver? Not too many of us do.

Whether we do or not, this incredibly important organ is at the root of most everything our body does. Acting a lot more like a large gland (which it technically is), it creates needed hormones for healthy function, regulates blood sugars, bolsters immunity, and helps us combat sickness.

And—best of all—it is our body’s ultimate detoxifier. When we slip up on diet, good lifestyle habits, and making enough time in our busy schedules for much-needed self-care, the liver’s job gets all the harder.

But here’s the good news: when we do fall off-track with liver care, certain herbs can help us stay the course.

And we’ve happened to choose the very best evidence- and research-supported liver herbs for optimal health in our LVR-RENEW blend.

WHY FOCUS ON LIVER HEALTH?

For one single organ, it’s a lot of work pumping out all those impurities. And that’s not the only job the liver has to keep our bodies healthy: a big part of the liver’s job is making sure that we basically stay alive.

Right up there with the heart, lungs, and kidneys, we need a liver to survive. It’s a vital organ after all. But if we also just want to be baseline healthy, we need to take the very best care of it, too.

The liver is responsible for a great part of our wellness and vitality because it’s connected to practically all our bodily systems. Here are some ways the liver is important:

  • Helps digest, process, and assimilate nutrients from food
  • Filters impurities from blood (including toxins and medications)
  • Produces bile in the intestines
  • Stores important nutrients (vitamins and minerals)
  • Converts sugars into energy
  • Synthesizes some hormones for various functions
  • Also creates proteins for blood functions and immunity

Without a strong, happy liver, lots of health issues may crop up. For one, we’ll have difficulty digesting food and getting nutrients we need to be well.

Not only that, but the bad things our bodies need to get rid of will only stay stuck. While quite troublesome, these issues are things we can pay attention to and stay ahead of. We can change our lifestyles, improve our diet, and drop the use of liver-harming substances to improve liver health.

But if we drop the ball for too long and too hard, it can lead to bigger problems further down the road.

THE BIG ISSUES GOOD LIVER HEALTH CAN HELP REDUCE

The liver is a powerful organ—it can take quite a lot. Whether it’s too many drinks with friends the previous evening, skimping on healthy foods for a day or two, or meeting that deadline by skipping a few meals, our livers—if they’re in a healthy state—will have it all covered.

But if we ask too much of it, bad things can happen. These are common habits we engage in that can diminish liver health over time:

  • Excessive alcohol use
  • Poor diet (high in sugar, trans fats, and processed foods; low in nutrient dense foods)
  • Excessive drug use (medications or recreational)
  • Gaining too much weight
  • Exposure to too many chemicals

Worse, there are quite a few major diseases connected to bad liver health that can even be caused by this problem if we’re not careful. Some of the most common liver ailments are cirrhosis, hepatitis, fatty liver, and even liver failure. All may typically be caused and preceded by poor liver health as a warning sign.

How can we tell if liver health is starting to slip? Here are some signs:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Heightened allergic responses
  • Hives, rashes, random inflammation
  • Random itching
  • Developing sudden new allergies
  • Increase in acne/skin problems (psoriasis, e.g.)
  • Bruising easily
  • Digestive imbalances (irregularity, bad stools, etc.)
  • Yellowing skin or eyes (jaundice)

Fortunately for most of us, it takes a LOT for the body to reach this point, and to even develop liver diseases and issues. And even if it does happen, fixing up diet, dropping substances, and even exercising more can get anybody back on track.

But if getting back on track just isn’t happening fast enough, liver-powering botanicals can certainly help!

HERBS THAT DELIVER (FOR THE LIVER)

Herbs that help detoxify, strengthen, and heal the liver have been around for quite some time.

In ancient traditional folk medicines, some of these plants were often called “blood cleansers.” They were thought to help filter and clean impurities from the body and blood stream, in effect helping the liver to do its job.

Science has found that, in some ways, this folk medicine idea is not too far off when it comes to some classic cleansing herbs. So after a deep look into the research and reputation of many botanicals, we’ve chosen the very best to pack a healthy punch for the liver, and included them as a powerful lineup in our LVR-RENEW formula.

TURKEY TAIL MUSHROOM (TRAMETES/CORIOLIS VERSICOLOR)

There are many healing fungi around the world, though none may be as beautiful or eye-catching as the turkey tail mushroom. Dr. Axe on his website sings praises of its benefits, which include immune-boosting capabilities, anti-viral potential, and more.

With health benefits comparable to notable mushrooms like chaga or cordyceps, what makes this mushroom in particular the most astounding is that it is quite common: you’ll find it growing on trees just about anywhere! To think that a liver-strengthening medicine grows only feet away during a hike through the woods is nothing short of miraculous.

What more, recent studies on the mushroom have begun to peel away the mystery of how it helps the liver. A 2010 study found turkey tail killing tumor cells in the liver.

Later, in a 2011 and 2012 study respectively, polysaccharides extracted from the fungus were observed protecting the liver from the negative effects of cancer radiation. With liver protection like this, the worst wellness issues can be healed and held at bay: including fatigue, digestive issues, skin problems, and more.

REISHI MUSHROOM (GANODERMA SPP.)

The reputable reishi mushroom is perhaps best known for its ability to boost immunity. Since ancient times, it was hailed as a heal-all tonic that cured all kinds of ailments.

Apparently, part of its immune-boosting capabilities may be rooted in some liver protection potential. Tons of studies have been undertaken exploring this, establishing a very real connection between reishi and the liver.

For example: a 2012 study found that extract from the famed mushroom could protect, treat, AND potentially reverse a fatty liver. Research in 2013 saw that reishi quickly healed and protected against liver damage, as did a study in 2014 showing that reishi rapidly sped the healing processes of wounded livers.

With reishi working together with our other star mushroom in our LVR-RENEW blend (turkey tail), liver health will be stay at its finest.

MILK THISTLE (SILYBUM MARIANUM)

Liver healing is not exclusive to the world of medicinal mushrooms. Milk thistle, a common yet unassuming plant, may in truth have much of the entire fungal world beat! The seeds of the spiny plant (a distant relative to lettuce) contain compounds called silymarins, which are very formidable antioxidants.

They are in fact so antioxidant and protective against free radical damage, that in a 2010 study, milk thistle was found to be competitive with a mainstream pharmaceutical for helping reduce the chances of liver damage. A review in 2015 went on to connect all the liver research on milk thistle, in conclusion calling it liver protective, regenerative, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and much more.

Because this herb is almost synonymous with liver health in both the world of research and traditional herbal practices, we absolutely couldn’t exclude it from the line-up of liver healers in our LVR-RENEW formula.

PORIA MUSHROOM (WOLFIPORIA EXTENSA)

The poria mushroom does not have as much claim to fame as certain other mushrooms, like maitake or lion’s mane, for example.

But, very much like its fellow fungi, it has been a favorite go-to for improving health in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This round, coconut-like mushroom was actually a mainstay in TCM for helping strengthening the liver with success, and is still used so in the practice today.

On the other hand, research connecting liver benefits to poria is still quite young, with no solid studies yet established. Regardless, studies like this one in 2013 are establishing it as very valuable with its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-diabetic, and even anti-depressant capabilities that no doubt have some benefits to the liver, even if yet to be proven.

All the same, poria may very well be a medicinal mushroom that will soon blow up just as successfully as others have in the rest of the world, beyond just China. We ourselves have been so impressed by the evidence-based liver wonders poria has performed, which is why we couldn’t resist adding it to LVR-RENEW.

SCHISANDRA (SCHISANDRA CHINENSIS)

This adaptogenic berry herb—better known for boosting immunity, raising energy, and regulating mood—may also have its own liver benefits to add to the shuffle.

Alongside medicinal mushrooms and the famous liver-healing milk thistle, schisandra can easily be elevated to the same status with the research already established. In fact, research (especially very recent research) is quite plentiful in its explorations: such as in this 2010 study, where the berry was observed speeding liver recovery after a liver transplant, as well as acceptance of the transplant overall!

Not to mention, a 2013 trial found that schisandra’s antioxidant qualities were enough to help protect the liver from damage. With our inclusion of schisandra in LVR-RENEW, we don’t only add even more liver-healing properties—we also add the five-flavored berry’s innate immune, stress, and energy restoring qualities as well.

DANDELION (TARAXACUM OFFICINALE)

Most people would see a dandelion and immediately think about how much they want to yank it out of their yard or garden. But if these same people also knew just as much about its amazing health properties, they would most likely reconsider that action!

In dandelion’s homeland in Europe, the yellow flower was the true liver “blood cleanser:” a detoxifying tonic and bitter digestive stimulant to help get a sluggish liver moving forward again. Now, with how much research and studies have been undertaken on this unassuming weed, it would seem that dandelion is capable of this and so much more.

A 2013 trial found that dandelion leaf extract (an admittedly less phytochemically active part than the root) alone helped both help reduce the chances of and treat fatty liver. That same year, another study took it a step farther to show that dandelion helped restore function and heal damage in livers with cirrhosis.

Don’t like dandelions when they grow in the garden? They might be much more appreciated in LVR-RENEW as one of our favorite liver-healing herbs, and our chosen blood cleanser and detoxifier in the formula.

LICORICE (GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA)

Last but not least: licorice is a popular favorite among all kinds of herbalists from all over the world. However, it’s more associated with its immune powers that fight colds, coughs, flus, and viruses—not to mention the root’s abilities of balancing thyroid and restoring energy.

But helping the liver? This sweet root related to beans and peas it not so well-known for that, though recent research may change this soon enough. A study in 2011 already has shown that it protects the liver as an antioxidant in marine subjects.

Next year in 2012, a study showed that mammals experienced liver healing and protection when taking licorice. Adding licorice to our herbal supplement formula ensures that, while working with our other liver tonic herbs, liver health in anyone will be kept in tip-top shape at a phytonutrient level.

FIND THEM ALL TOGETHER IN LVR-RENEW: RENEWED LIVER ENERGY

Do all these herbs on their own sound amazing?

Think of how much more amazing they would be if they joined forces in one powerful supplement—which they just so happen to do in our LVR-RENEW supplement powder. At Primal Herb, each herb is carefully hand-picked to handle some element of liver health, no matter the state of health it may be in.

Our herbs are not proven to cure liver ailments and disorders, to be clear. But they are proven by science and research to be a helpful herbal boost to make changing one’s lifestyle, dropping the liver-damaging substances, and improving diet all the more effective and successful.

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Park C, Youn H, Chang H, Song Y. TOP1 and 2, polysaccharides from Taraxacum officinale, attenuate CCl(4)-induced hepatic damage through the modulation of NF-kappaB and its regulatory mediators. Food Chem Toxicol. 2010;48(5):1255-1261. [PubMed]
57.
Mahesh A, Jeyachandran R, Cindrella L, Thangadurai D, Veerapur V, Muralidhara R. Hepatocurative potential of sesquiterpene lactones of Taraxacum officinale on carbon tetrachloride induced liver toxicity in mice. Acta Biol Hung. 2010;61(2):175-190. [PubMed]
58.
Koo H, Hong S, Song B, Kim C, Yoo Y, Kim H. Taraxacum officinale induces cytotoxicity through TNF-alpha and IL-1alpha secretion in Hep G2 cells. Life Sci. 2004;74(9):1149-1157. [PubMed]
59.
Choi U, Lee O, Yim J, et al. Hypolipidemic and antioxidant effects of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root and leaf on cholesterol-fed rabbits. Int J Mol Sci. 2010;11(1):67-78. [PubMed]
60.
Choi U, Lee O, Yim J, et al. Hypolipidemic and Antioxidant Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Root and Leaf on Cholesterol-Fed Rabbits. Int J Mol Sci. 2010;11(1):67-78. [PMC]
61.
Modaresi M, Resalatpour N. The Effect of Taraxacum officinale Hydroalcoholic Extract on Blood Cells in Mice. Adv Hematol. 2012;2012:653412. [PMC]
62.
Hu G, Wang J, Hong D, et al. Effects of aqueous extracts of Taraxacum Officinale on expression of tumor necrosis factor-alpha and intracellular adhesion molecule 1 in LPS-stimulated RMMVECs. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2017;17:38. [PMC]
63.
Balaban Y, Aka C, Koca-Caliskan U. Liver immunology and herbal treatment. World J Hepatol. 2017;9(17):757-770. [PMC]
64.
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65.
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Choi U, Lee O, Yim J, et al. Hypolipidemic and Antioxidant Effects of Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Root and Leaf on Cholesterol-Fed Rabbits. Int J Mol Sci. 2010;11(1):67-78. [PMC]
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Basar N, Oridupa O, Ritchie K, et al. Comparative Cytotoxicity of Glycyrrhiza glabra Roots from Different Geographical Origins Against Immortal Human Keratinocyte (HaCaT), Lung Adenocarcinoma (A549) and Liver Carcinoma (HepG2) Cells. Phytother Res. 2015;29(6):944-948. [PubMed]
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HOW AND WHEN TO USE LVR-RENEW

  • Add 1/2 tsp to hot water, coffee, tea, or smoothie.
  • LVR-RENEW can be taken day or night – with or without food, so enjoy!
  • We recommend once daily, but most importantly listen to the body (if it requires more, less or none:)

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My son in law spent 45 days of agony, eating nothing but broth, crying on the shower floor, living on endone for pain, in and out of the hospital, and 3 courses of an antibiotic the had to send out of Australia for and still no relief from the endless pain. He has lost 12 kilos and really was only a slight boy to start with. Day 1 on the LVR-RENEW, less pain but very bad diarrhea, we decided to split the dose in 2 Day 2, less pain, still on mushroom broth but sitting up Day 3. Ate something other than broth without agony, increased his dose slightly to half a spoon in the morning, and 3/4 of a spoon at night……. Slept for 4 straight hour Day 4. No pain, slight discomfort, ate veggie soup and rice noodles, about 1/2 cup. Day 5(today) out of bed, sitting up, feeling hungry, no pain, but is very weak. We highly suspect you have saved this boys life. ❤️

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This product is just amazing!!! It works to help you detoxify your liver and live healthy. The quality paid the benefits!!! I give 4 stars because of the minty suttle flavor it has, I can’t really appreciate. But I’m happy to drink it in my latte every morning!

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Noticed my urine was a light yellow. My understanding is thats a good thing. So far, I like the products vey much. Sent some to my son and daughter in law, the can tell the difference in mental clarity. I purchased Nuero Shroom for them

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Noticed my urine was a light yellow. My understanding is thats a good thing. So far, I like the products vey much. Sent some to my son and daughter in law, the can tell the difference in mental clarity. I purchased Nuero Shroom for them

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We highly suspect you have saved this boys life.

My son in law spent 45 days of agony, eating nothing but broth, crying on the shower floor, living on endone for pain, in and out of the hospital, and 3 courses of an antibiotic the had to send out of Australia for and still no relief from the endless pain. He has lost 12 kilos and really was only a slight boy to start with. Day 1 on the LVR-RENEW, less pain but very bad diarrhea, we decided to split the dose in 2 Day 2, less pain, still on mushroom broth but sitting up Day 3. Ate something other than broth without agony, increased his dose slightly to half a spoon in the morning, and 3/4 of a spoon at night……. Slept for 4 straight hour Day 4. No pain, slight discomfort, ate veggie soup and rice noodles, about 1/2 cup. Day 5(today) out of bed, sitting up, feeling hungry, no pain, but is very weak. We highly suspect you have saved this boys life. ❤️

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Amazing product and quality

This product is just amazing!!! It works to help you detoxify your liver and live healthy. The quality paid the benefits!!! I give 4 stars because of the minty suttle flavor it has, I can’t really appreciate. But I’m happy to drink it in my latte every morning!

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