Nutri Advanced Metaclear£36.74
Over 30 different vitamins, minerals, plant extracts and choline for normal liver function.
Viridian Organic Jerusalem Artichoke Tincture 50ml£8.00
Tradional herb used for liver and gall bladder problems.
Viridian Organic Milk Thistle Tincture 50ml£8.00
Used as natural treatment for liver problems.
Viridian Cleavers 400mg 90 CapsulesFrom: £6.40
One of the best known herbs to use to detoxify the lymph system.
Viridian Milk Thistle Herb & Seed 90 capsulesFrom: £7.80
Positive effects on the liver and gallbladder.
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Viridian's 100% Organic Jerusalem Artichoke tincture is made with the fresh tubers of Helianthus tuberosus. Tradional herb used for liver and gall bladder problems.
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Helianthus tuberosus, Organic alcohol.
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Nutrition is the fundamental cornerstone to human health. Every single reaction, biochemical pathway, and physiological event that takes place in our bodies, requires nutrients at some stage. An elaborate and perfectly organised sequence of vitamins, minerals, fats, and amino acids, allow our bodies to function on a day to day basis. However, when our needs in this area are not met, things can quickly begin to go awry.
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