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Your liver is the largest organ in your body. It is also one of the most important because of it plays an essential role in turning food into energy, and removing poisons from the blood. But did you know that instances of some liver diseases are on the rise?


A liver disease is a collection of conditions, disorders, and infections that affect the cells, structures, and tissues of the liver, causing liver damage or stops liver functioning altogether.


Functions of Liver

The liver is the most important organ after the heart. It performs hundreds of functions including:

  1. Circulation: transfer of blood from portal to systemic circulation, activity of the liver's reticulo-endothelial system (kupffer cells) in the immune system. The liver stores and regulates the blood and is responsible for nourishing every cell in our body. Every part of the body depends on blood from the liver for nourishment and sustenance.
  2. Excretion: formation and secretion of bile for digestion and cleansing of blood; removal of ammonia from blood; excretion of substances filtered from the blood by the liver such as heavy metals or dyes.
  3. Metabolism: carbohydrate, protein, lipid (fat), mineral and vitamin metabolism; manufacturing and storage of many nutrients such as glucose and vitamins; production of heat through metabolism.
  4. Protection and detoxification: removal of foreign bodies from the blood (phagocytosis); detoxification by conjugation, methylation, oxidation and reduction.
  5. Production; formation of urea, serum albumin, glycogen and blood coagulating proteins such as prothrombin, fibrinogen and heparin; erythrocyte (red blood cells) destruction.
  6. Regulation of hormones: inactivation and elimination of hormones through the bile or urine. Since estrogen and androgen are both growth hormones which stimulate cell division, elevation of their levels in the blood due to the liver's failure to remove them efficiently can cause their accumulation in tissue. This in turn may lead to abnormal growths such as uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, breast cysts and breast cancer, prostate enlargement or prostate cancer. Excessive estrogen is also the most common cause of painful menstruations.

The liver also regulates body functions which affect emotional and mental activities. In a diseased condition, the liver's blood storage and regulatory functions are affected and bleeding or clots can result. When liver blood is deficient, nourishment to tendons and blood vessels is curtailed, the joints become stiff, and muscles become spasmodic and numb. Blood deficiency in the liver may even lead to stroke, dizziness, headaches, tinnitus, deafness, fainting or convulsion. When the liver blood is so deficient that it cannot nourish the eyes, night blindness or blurring may result. If the liver is affected by stress or unhappy feelings, its vitality may be repressed and the sides hurt, and hiccups or hernia may develop. The bowels may become constipated and sleep may be disturbed causing nightmare or insomnia.

The liver is the most emotion sensitive organ and its weakness is often connected to emotional sensitivity. Individuals who are emotionally sensitive are more prone to weak liver even if they do not have a poor diet or are not taking medication regularly.

Body waste and toxins deposited or retained in organs, blood and inside free places of our body, causes all type of diseases so cleaning of body in every condition guarantees a best health.


The liver infection is main root cause of each disease in this world. In research it is found that every next disease is due to bad liver and stomach problems. Liver is the most vital organ of the body if it is infected that means you can face any of the following disease in your life.

Food CarvingsDiarrhoeaConstipation
Breathing DifficultiesHepatitis and other infectionsHigh Cholesterol
PancreatitisHeart DiseaseBrain Disorders
Duodenal ulcersNausea and Vomiting A “bilious” or angry personality
DepressionImpotence and other sexual problems Prostate Diseases
Urinary ProblemsHormonal imbalances PMT and menopausal Symptoms
Problems with VisionPuffy EyesAll Skin Disorders
Liver spots on hands and facial areaExcessive weight or wastingStrong shoulder and back pain
Pain at the top of the shoulder bladeFrozen shoulder Stiff neck
Dark color under the eyesCoat tongueScoliosis
GoutAsthmaHeadaches and Migraines
Tooth and Gum ProblemsYellowness of eyes and SkinSciatica
Numbness and Paralysis of legs Joint diseases Osteoporosis
ObesityChronic FatigueKidney Disease
CancerMS, ME, Cold extremitiesExcessive heat and Perspiration
Very greasy Hair etc.

These all can also be considered as symptoms that your liver is infected. It is hard to trust this but it is true.



Some initial symptoms can be seen as:


  • Discolored skin and eyes that appear yellowish
  • Abdominal pain and swelling
  • Itchy skin that doesn't seem to go away
  • Dark urine color
  • Pale stool color
  • Bloody or tar-colored stool
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite

If liver left untreated then it can raise some serious diseases. Treat it early for healthy life style.


Treatment at SSOHM

At SSOHM we provide homeopathy and herbal medicines to cure the disease naturally. We believe that liver is vital organ of human body and performs various functions. The removal of toxins and parasite from liver assures a healthy life. Liver cleansing and bowel cleansing is the basic treatment of liver problem.


The treatment is 100% safe with no side effect

The liver flush or Liver Cleanse is the simple, safe and painless method to clean your liver from all the impurities. The results of liver cleanse speak for themselves. Once you notice the toxins and waste floating in the toilet bowl during your first liver cleanse, you will intuitively know that you are on to something extremely important in your life.


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