Using alternative medicine to cure ailments, help the body's aging and healing processes and as preventative medicine is becoming more and more commonplace. Juva Cleanse and JuvaFlex are two proprietary blends of oils that users believe will help cleanse their liver. Before buying either product, examine the key differences between them.
An oil that is used to support the liver, JuvaFlex is made of six herbs. The makers of this product claim these herbs will stimulate, protect and increase liver function. Geranium promotes bile flow. Rosemary is antimicrobial and helps balance the endocrine system. Roman Chamomile is an anti-inflammatory. Fennel stimulates the circulatory system. Heliachyrsum removes plaque. Blue Tansy cleanses the liver.
Juva Cleanse Ingredients
Unlike JuvaFlex, Juva Cleanse only contains three herbs, only one of which is contained in JuvaFlex. In the Juva Cleanse oil, Heliachrysum is added to remove plaque and stimulate liver function. Celery Seed is a liver cleanser and protects against hepatitis C. Lastly, the herb Ledum increases bile flow and protects against a fatty liver.
Though they have the same common goals, Juva Cleanse and JuvaFlex have different applications. To apply JuvaFlex, massage it over the liver area and on the pressure points of the foot that affect the liver. You can also apply it to the spine and use it in a compress. Apply Juva Cleanse over the liver and kidney areas and on the foot pressure points. Or dilute it with olive oil, insert into a capsule and take it twice a day.
While you can take Juva Cleanse orally, JuvaFlex is not a dietary supplement and you must not ingest it. JuvaFlex focuses on the liver and lymphatic system and helps break addictions to tobacco, coffee and drugs. Juva Cleanse seems to be for treating a fatty liver and hepatitis C. Additionally, Juva Cleanse also puts a great deal of focus on the kidneys.
Nicole Gordon is a graduate from the University of Central Florida and has been a freelance writer for over seven years. During her freelance career Gordon has written for such publications as the Orlando Sentinel online, Axis magazine and various other websites.