How can I detox my liver and blood to help reduce acne?

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From an ayurvedic perspective, toxins accumulate in the liver and blood to cause chronic acne. Here are some simple ayurvedic methods for detoxing the liver and blood:
  • Drink 1/4 cup of organic aloe vera juice in the morning on an empty stomach. Aloe vera juice is a natural way to remove toxins from your body, especially the liver and blood. If you have cystic acne, drink this twice a day, in the morning and bedtime, for three months. Remember to drink all liquids no colder than room temperature, so add a little bit of warm water to make the refrigerated aloe vera juice the right temperature. If you can’t tolerate the taste of aloe vera juice, add 1/4 cup of pomegranate juice, which is also a great way to detox the liver and blood.
  • Take the ayurvedic herb guggul, 75 to 150 mg a day. Guggul is a widely used ayurvedic herb that helps to remove toxins from the body and improve digestion.
  • Use turmeric in your cooking or as a supplement. Turmeric powder is a spice that is commonly used in Indian foods. It has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties. The easiest way to take turmeric is to add a pinch of it your food, but you can also take one tablet with meals.
  • Do aerobic exercise three to four times a week. The increased circulation and sweating that occurs with aerobic exercise naturally removes toxins from your body.

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