- Tea, thanks to the properties of herbs used, regenerates and improves the functions of the liver, gall bladder and bile ducts. In addition, it cleanses the body of toxins and harmful substances.
Kittens and hitch increase bile secretion, at the same time reducing its viscosity. They also increase the level of bilirubin contained in it. Herbs have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and spasmolytic activity, stimulate the secretory activity of the stomach and pancreas and increase diuresis. St. John's Wort and knotweed inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses and have anti-inflammatory effects. St. John's organic acids are actively involved in metabolic processes, increasing the secretion of saliva, bile and gastric juice. In turn, St. John's Wort has antibacterial and soothing effects, and blackberry, coltsfoot and wild strawberry strengthen the body's immunity.