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Can Raisins Help Detox My Liver?

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Soak raisins in a cup of hot water, then wash. Place washed raisins in a bowl and fill it to the brim with boiled water, cooled to room temperature. Let this stay for 24 hours. Drink this and eat the raisins on an empty stomach. Lie on the bed for 1½ hour and place a hot compress on the right side of the stomach. Do this twice a year, once a week for a month.

The liver performs one of the many important functions of the body: detoxification. However, improper diet, excessive consumption of medicines, bacterial and viral infections can affect liver’s functioning.

The liver also helps improve and strengthen digestion, clean the blood and cleanse toxins. Hence, the liver promotes overall health, vitality, energy and more. Raisins are very effective in cleansing the liver, urinary tract, blood etc. Here’s how you could do a liver cleanse.

Detox the liver with raisins

Firstly, ensure you choose high quality raisins. Do not pick the light, yellowish ones. Also, do not go for the shining glossy raisins. Chances are that they gone through the sulphur dioxide treatment. Good quality raisins are dark or brown coloured, are not too shiny, too hard or too soft. Choose raisins with small stems, that indicate they are naturally produced. Once you’ve got the right raisins, it’s time for a healthy liver cleanse!

To start:

– Soak raisins in a cup of hot water for about 15 minutes, then wash.
– Place washed raisins in a bowl and fill the cup to the brim with boiled water, cooled to room temperature. Let them rest for 24 hours.
– Once you’ve done this, drink this and eat the raisins on an empty stomach. Lie on the bed for an hour and a half and place a hot compress on the right side of the stomach.

Do this twice a year, once a week for one month.

 

Edited by Pragya Sharoff

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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