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Genki Liver

Say NO to hangover and say YES to liver protection.

How does alcohol damage the liver?

  • Alcohol is broken down in the liver into by-products that are highly toxic to the liver cells and cause inflammation. Over time, this will cause liver fibrosis, and ultimately lead to liver cirrhosis, which increases the risk of liver cancer. Other alcohol-related liver problems include fatty liver and alcoholic hepatitis.

  • The adverse effects of alcohol extend beyond the liver. Alcohol impairs brain functions. It damages the heart, causing problems, such as arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, high blood pressure, and stroke. It can lead to pancreatitis. It also weakens the immune system.

  • Alcohol is a carcinogen. It increases the risk of head and neck cancers, oesophagal cancer, liver cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer.

What is the best food for liver and drinker?



Oriental Raisin Tree Fruit H. Dulcis—dihydromyricetin (DHM) can help to reduce the degree of drunkenness, hangover symptoms, and the desire for alcohol. A study by the University of California, Los Angeles showed that rats that were given DHM recovered from drunkenness within five minutes. On the other hand, those not given DHM took about 70 minutes, on average, to recover.

American Ginseng

American Ginseng

Ginsenosides in ginseng have antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, and anti-apoptotic mechanisms that can inhibit the growth of liver cancer cells, promote liver regeneration, and prevent liver injury caused by a lack of blood or oxygen.

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Monk Fruit

Monk Fruit Contains powerful antioxidants called mogrosides, a sugar substitute which does not affect the blood sugar despite its sweet taste.

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