- Product Description
Dr Shade's Liver Sauce by Quicksilver Scientific is a premier liver support formula that simultaneously assists all phases of detoxification and toxin elimination. It features an elegant blend of four classic drainage botanicals--dandelion, solidago, gentian and myrrh--along with powerful support from silymarin (from milk thistle), R-lipoic acid (RLA), diindolylmethane (DIM), quercetin, and luteolin. This unique medley supports detoxification and the elimination of harmful compounds via the bile and urine.
Liver Sauce encourages a balanced immune response while delivering antioxidant power and supporting calm throughout the system.
Milk thistle, or Silybum marianum, has been utilized worldwide for over 2,000 years for its remarkable hepatoprotective properties. Milk thistle contains three potent flavonolignans together known as silymarin. Silymarin may prevent the absorption of harmful compounds into the liver’s hepatocytes and may protect against liver injury due to chemical and environmental compounds. Myrrh contains guggulsterones, which have been much studied for their diverse biological activity and ability to support healthy bile flow. Gentian is known as the most ‘bitter’ bitter, able to assist healthy bile flow. Dandelion has long been revered as a supportive tonic for the liver and gallbladder, while solidago supports both healthy kidneys and liver.
R-lipoic acid, quercetin and DIM assist a balanced immune response and offer antioxidant activity, supporting the Nrf2 pathway, the cellular master switch that regulates over 200 genes involved in detoxification. R-lipoic acid can support the liver through its antioxidant activity. Quercetin additionally supports intestinal barrier function, reducing permeability and thus assisting the liver as well.
The active ingredients in Dr. Shade’s Liver Sauce can:
- Supports all phases of toxin elimination
- Promotes healthy bile flow and liver protection
- Liposomal formulation helps nourish cells
- Stimulate healthy digestion
- Help controlling inflammatory response in the liver