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Liver cleanse vs liver critical care
February 21, 2011
2:38 pm
Forum Posts: 356
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March 23, 2010

Hi Joan,

The Liver Detox is generally taken on a periodic basis, and sometimes more than one Liver Detox is done consecutively.  Often, people will follow Liver Detox with Critical Liver Support as an ongoing daily liver health maintenance formula. 

 As always with medications, we recommend consulting with a doctor or pharmacist for any interactions.

 Thank you for your interest in our products.

February 20, 2011
4:59 pm


I recently had an elevated LFT (AST 39). I attribute this to a recent tooth extraction of which developed a dry socket and then a nasty sinus infection. I just started a 3 week regimen of augmentin 875mg BID. I am taking probiotics. I wnated some input as to which liver aid might suit my needs, the liver cleanse or the liver critical care. I am otherwise a very healthy, active 50 yr old female. This is only the 3rd time in my life I have had antibiotic therapy. Thank you for any input.


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