In all detoxing programmes the liver is the essential organ that is responsible for filtering toxins from the blood as they are released from the cells and organs. If the liver is unable to carry out this vital role, auto-intoxification will occur, causing the toxins to be reabsorbed and deposited in cells and organs. The liver is an amazing organ. It is critical in regulating metabolic processes and, amongst its other main functions, the liver converts excess glucose into glycogen, which is stored as a food reserve. Excess amounts of amino acids are converted into urea for excretion. It also recycles red blood cells to remove the iron when the cells reach the end of their life. In addition, it stores vitamins and blood clotting substances. The liver also generates a lot of heat and is the main contributor of heat to the body. It has also been linked to anger and the characteristic of someone who lives on a short fuse. To support the liver during a detox a synergy of herbs have been formulated. Even if you do not feel the need to embark upon a detoxing programme, by giving your liver a bit of T.L.C. (tender loving care), it will assist in promoting optimum health and wellbeing.