Desiccated liver is a concentrated form of dried liver. It is not suggested that this be used because of the high risk of impurities, especially hepatitis. There is no indication that any organ parts have biological activity after digestion. Eating liver supplements will not cure liver damage or relieve liver problems. Some of the chemicals found in desiccated liver are calcium, cholesterol, copper, iron, phosphorus, and vitamins A, B-complex, C, D.
How This Supplement Works in Your Body:
May work as an anti-stress agent
May alleviate gum problems
Possible treatment for anemia
May produce red blood cells
May increase energy
Don't take if you:
Are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or plan pregnancy in the near future.
Consult your doctor if you:
Take any medicinal drugs or herbs including aspirin, laxatives, cold and cough remedies, antacids, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, supplements, other prescription or nonprescription drugs.
Do no use unless advised by your doctor. There are no proven problems in pregnant women taking small or usual amounts, however the chance of problems do exist.