Vogel Organic Liver Support Oral Liquid 50ml


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Used as a liver tonic that may aid in the relief of stomach ache, flatulence, bloating, colic and may help support healthy liver function.

Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) is probably best known for its edible ‘heart’ - the mass of immature florets in the centre of the bud that is called the choke or beard. Cynara can still be found in the wild in some parts of the world such as North Africa. From around the 9th Century, Cynara was cultivated in Naples and can now be found in many other parts of the world. In the 16th Century, the Dutch introduced Cynara to the English who gave it the name artichoke. Nowadays the cultivation of Cynara is concentrated mainly in countries around the Mediterranean. As well as being an enjoyable food, artichoke can also be made into a tea or a herbal tincture. One of the plant chemicals found in Cynara, known as cynarin, is thought to be responsible for its medicinal qualities.
Active Ingredient:
Each 540mcL dose (20 drops) contains herbal extracts equivalent to:

Taraxacum officinale* (Dandelion) fresh whole plant

94.5 mg

Cynara scolymus* (Globe artichoke) fresh leaf

72.9 mg

Mentha X piperita* (Peppermint) fresh herb


Peumus boldus (Boldo tree) dried leaf


Contains: Ethanol
Adults and children 12 years and over: Take 540mcL dose (20 drops) in 50mL of water, 3 times daily, after meals, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Children 6 to 11 years: Only as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

Dispensing dropper insert for accurate measurement and preventing contamination.
Not recommended during pregnancy or breast feeding, for gall-badder conditions, gall stones & obstruction of the bile duct, for people taking prescription medication or for people with allergies to Boldo, Cynara, Dandelion & relates species.
If ring at bottom of cap is missing, broken or separated, do not use.
Always read the label. Use as directed. 
Keep out reach of children.
Not to be used in children under two years of age without advice from your healthcare practitioner.
If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner.