ED 11 Liver Driver (Primary Energetic Driver for hepatic functions) The liver is the chemical factory of the body and performs a multitude of vital processes, including metabolizing nutrients, manufacturing hormones and enzymes, generating heat, detoxifying metabolic and ingested toxins, producing bile, storing of fats and carbohydrates, and acting as an immune filter. It is also involved in blood sugar regulation, blood clotting, pH regulation, and more. Liver field is generated by the actions of the liver cells. The liver is correlated with reticulocytes (which are involved in the regeneration of lost blood) and prothrombin (precursor to a blood-clotting agent). This field may be distorted by ingested toxins, airborne pollutants, heavy metals, food-based toxins, infective agents as well as by stress and a poor quality of sleep. This is a complex driver and that’s because the liver is a complex organ. It’s the largest organ in the body, and in terms of the number of functions it carries out, it is the busiest. The liver is often likened to a chemical factory because it filters, processes and transforms all the chemicals in the body. It removes old hormones from your system, as well as making some important ones of its own. It makes bile (which is important for fat digestion and also the route through which some toxins will leave the liver and enter into the digestive tract for elimination in the stool), and it makes cholesterol (needed for cell membranes, stress and sex hormones, and vitamin D). Your liver is responsible for transforming pretty much everything in the body, keeping your entire metabolism (the sum of everything your body does) running smoothly and a priority may connect to any number of issues. Some of the tell-tale signs of a stressed liver include fatigue, sensitivity to chemicals, reduced tolerance to alcohol; nausea, headaches, digestive issues, fluid retention, skin itchiness and rashes.
- Nourish your liver. Keep hydrated, your liver uses lots of water to clear toxins. Your liver also needs adequate protein to make its enzymes and a wide range of nutrients and antioxidants – think a rainbow diet. Cruciferous vegetables and herbs and spices are especially beneficial for the liver.
- Take the load off by supporting other organs of detoxification, including the digestive tract (plenty of fiber and water), kidneys, skin (dry skin brushing for example) and lungs (don’t forget to breathe).
- Reduce exposure to electromagnetic fields, especially at night when the liver is most active in detoxing and repairing your body.
- The liver loves green and being outside.
- The liver is the organ most affected by emotional stress so use relaxation techniques and therapies to help clear emotional issues.
- Move. Exercise burns off stress hormones and helps to free up the liver.
The Liver Driver Liquid Remedy (ED11) helps to energize the liver and all its many functions. Think of this as powering transformation and easing movement in its broadest sense. It helps to promote detoxification, energy production and hormonal balance. It can also help to clear emotional stress, especially feelings of frustration, anger or depression. By helping to energize the liver and clear stagnation it can help creative energy to flow. ED 11 liquid remedy has been designed to address distortions in the Liver field, and thus aid the liver’s physiological processes. Although ED 11 remedy works at a bioenergetic level, it should not be used in the first visit because it may stimulate ‘detoxification’ reactions. ED 11 should never be used in the same protocol with the ED15 (Pancreas Driver)