Liv52 Benefits?

I’ve looked around on the web for a study on the action, effects or side-effects of this herbal supplement, Liv52 from Himalaya Drug Company. But, most of the articles I managed to find seem to  present Liv52 as a sort of panacea, which , I personally don’t find very comforting, when reading about a cure/therapy/medicine. If you’d like to read them, just go to http://www.liv52.com and choose from the long list.

Anyways, I decided to look around the web for the individual ingredients of the tablet, as advertised on a 100 tablet bottle of Liv52 manufactured by the Himalaya Drug Company, Makali, Bangalore (Batch no.B059208 B): Capparis spinosa, Cichorium intybus, Solanum nigrum, Terminalia arjuna, Cassia occidentalis, Achillea millefolium, and Tamarix gallica.

This is just a work of curiosity; none of the information here is meant to be any advice or opinion as to the utility and/or efficacy of Liv52; the information presented in this blog post/page should not be construed as medical advice. Further, the information herein has been collected and presented by a layman, not related to the field of medicine in any manner whatsoever.

  1. Capparis spinosa:As per Wikipedia, “in Greek popular medicine, herbal tea made of caper (Capparis) root and young shoots is considered to be beneficial against rheumatism … also provides instructions on the use of sprouts, roots, leaves and seeds in the treatment of strangury (painful, frequent urination of small volumes that are expelled slowly only by straining) and inflammation (biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli … clinical signs include redness, pain, swelling etc). Wikipedia entry however admits that citation was needed to support this observation. It also notes that this plant contains more Quercetin per weight than any other plant. From related Wikipedia entry, Quercetin has been reportedly demonstrated to have significant anti-inflammtory activity by inhibiting both manufacture and release of histamine and other allergic/inflammatory (again, citation needed). In addition, it was also reported to exert potent antioxidant activity and Vitamin C sparing action (citation needed). Sparing action is defined as the manner in which the presence of a nonessential nutritive component in the diet lowers an organism’s requirement for an essential component . For instance, Vitamin E protects vitamin A because it can accept oxygen and get oxidized itself, thereby acting as an antioxidant. This is referred to as exerting a sparing action on vitamin A by preventing its oxidation. It is speculated in this entry that Quercetin may have positive effects in combating or helping to prevent cancer, prostatitis, heart disease, cataracts, allergies/inflammations, and respiratory diseases such as bronchitis and asthma. It also has been claimed to have antidepressant properties and reducing risk of pancreatic cancer in smokers. All these observations, however, carried one significant rider, noted in the entry itself: Quercetin has neither been confirmed as a specific therapeutic for any condition nor has it been approved by any regulatory agency. Handbook of Herbs and Spices by K. V. Peter, Woodhead Publishing, 2004 describes the medicinal utility of Capparis as follows: “Capers are said to reduce flatulence and have anti-rheumatic effect.In Ayurvedic medicine, Capers are recorded as hepatic stimulants and protectors, improving liver function. Capers have reported uses for arteriosclerosis, as diuretics, kidney disinfectants, vermifuges and tonics” (A vermifuge is a medicine that expels intestinal worms: The Free Dictionary). “Capers contain considerable amount of antioxidant bioflavinoid, rutin.”
  2. Cichorium intybus: Common chicory. Per Wikipedia, the plant contains volatile oils which are toxic to intestinal parasites. Therefore its use as forage supplement for farm animals! The Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook by James A. Duke (Publisher: Rodale, 2000) is more appreciative of the therapeutic benefits of Chicory: gall bladder inflammation, indigestion, lack of appetite, liver problems. According to this book, 70% mice fed Chicory survived acetaminophen overdose (acute overdoses of paracetamol/acetaminophen can cause potentially fatal liver damage: Wikipedia). Another book (Tyler’s Honest Herbal, Steven Foster, Varro E. Tyler, Routledge, 1999) refers to researchers having confirmed the hepatoprotectant activity of the plant in mice.
  3. Solanum nigrum: Wikipedia records the use of this plant’s leaves for treating mouth ulcers in India. Also, reportedly, Chinese experiments confirmed the plant inhibiting growth of cervical carcinoma. The Indian Medicinal Plants: A Compendium of 500 Species, P. K. Warrier et al (Orient Blackswan, 1993) describes the plant as a wonder drug: “It is useful in vitiated conditions of tridosa, rheumatalgia, asthma, bronchitis, wounds, ulcer, flatulence, dyspepsia, stangury, hepatomegaly, otalgia, hiccough, nasal catarrh, ophthalmopathy, vomiting, cardiopathy, leprosy, skin diseases, fever, splenomegaly, hemorrhoids, hoarseness, nephropathy,  drospsy, general debility, regulating blood pressure, erysipelas, rat bite, pulmonary tuberculosis, diarrhea, hydrophobia, giddiness, dipsia, otopathy, rhinopathy, hepatitis and gastrohelcosis. Whew! I thought the list would never end. Now that it ended, my head is spinning and I probably need a dose of Solanum. On the other hand, the New Oxford Book of Food Plants by John Vaughan, Catherine Geissler, Oxford University Press, 2009, tells me that the plant as having no commercial value. Possibly, though, a traditional herbal remedy might not have commercial value in the sense of a cash crop, for instance. Medicinal plants: Volume 11 of Plant Resources of Tropical Africa by G.H. Schmelzer et al (PROTA, 2008) would probably lie somewhere in the middle ground. It reports the plant being used as an emollient (emollients are substances that soften and soothe the skin) and analgesic to treat itch, burns and neuralgic pains; also ‘said to have’ sedative properties; ‘considered to be a cure’ for diabetes. Extract of leaves and stem is used for treating dropsy, heart diseases, piles, gonorrhea, fevers, eye diseases and chronic enlargement of liver and spleen.
  4. Terminalia arjuna: The opinion in case of Terminalia appears more promising.  According to Wikipedia, this plant is utilized in ayurvedic medicine for organic/functional heart problems including angina, hypertension and deposits in arteries and in treatment of pain due a fall, ecchymosis, spermatorrhoea and sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhoea.  (no supporting citation). Reportedly, research suggests that Terminalia is useful in alleviating the pain of angina pectoris and in treating heart failure and coronary artery disease. It may be useful in treating hypercholesterolemia (high blood cholesterol). The cardioprotective effects of Terminalia are thought to be caused by the antioxidants in the plant. In addition to its cardiac effects, it is also reported as having possible protective action against gastric ulcers.  Major Herbs of Ayurveda by Elizabeth M. Williamson (Elsevier Health Sciences, 2002) has similar observations for this plant: “traditionally used for heart problems … used in treatment of cardiovascular diseases such as angina, myocardial infarction, hypertension, congestive heart failure, coronary artery diseases and hypercholesterolemia … also used to treat hepatic, urogenital and venereal diseases…”
  5. Cassia occidentalis: Wikipedia does not appear to have a direct entry on Cassia occidentalis. However, another species, C. fistula has been reported as a potent Ayurvedic medicine and useful against gastrointestinal conditions. In a study by K. Usha et al,Hepatoprotective Effect of Hygrophila Spinosa and Cassia Occidentalis on Carbon Tetrachloride Induced Liver Damage in Experimental Rats”, published in Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry 2007/22(2), extract of Cassia occidentalis was found to have a protective effect against induced liver damage in rats. It however cautioned that the exact nature of the hepatoprotection exhibited by the plant sample had to be studied for further details. The Pharmacology of Chinese Herbs by Kee Chang Huang describes the plant as having blood pressure lowering, antibacterial and anti-asthmatic effects. On the whole, I could not manage to find any substantial literature on this plant, besides recitals of its properties, which ranged from folklore to downright vague.
  6. Achillea millefolium: The Wikipedia reports various parts of this plant as useful for treatment of ailments: hemorrhoids, headaches, recovery from severe bruising, colds and influenza. Anti-allergenic compounds extracted from the flowers were reported to treat allergic mucus problems such as hay fever and mild asthma. According to the Wikipedia entry, the plant has an effect on the circulatory, digestive, excretory, and urinary systems and can be used as digestive tonic to encourage bile flow, as a diuretic, as a tonic for the blood and to stimulate the circulation. Acording to the Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook by James A. Duke (Publisher: Rodale, 2000), it is useful for gall bladder problems (“stimulates gall bladder’s release of bile, which improves digestion and eases gastric complaints”), gastritis, hemorrhage, intestinal bleeding, lack of appetite, liver disease, menstrual pain etc.
  7. Tamarix gallica: Wikipedia does not list any medicinal property of this plant (as on 09.01.2010). C. P. Khare, in Indian Herbal Remedies: Rational Western Therapy, Ayurvedic, and other Traditional Usage (Springer, 2004) describes the use of plant extracts against sore throat and stomatitis.

The ingredients of Liv52 have been reported as having an effect on the liver. To summarize what was found in the above mentioned articles, webpages and books, in the context of liver:

  1. Capparis spinosa: Hepatic stimulants and protectors, improving liver function.
  2. Cichorium intybus: Treatment of gall bladder inflammation, indigestion, lack of appetite, liver problems; hepatoprotectant.
  3. Solanum nigrum: Treatment for chronic enlargement of liver and spleen.
  4. Terminalia arjuna: Protective action against gastric ulcers; used to treat hepatic diseases.
  5. Cassia occidentalis: Protective effect against induced liver damage.
  6. Achillea millefolium: Has an effect on digestive system and can be used as digestive tonic to encourage bile flow. Useful for gall bladder problems (“stimulates gall bladder’s release of bile, which improves digestion and eases gastric complaints”), gastritis, lack of appetite, liver disease.

However, much of the information appears to be based on folklore or traditional information. At least on the surface, there does not appear to be much modern day study on the mode of action of these herbs.

Readers are welcome (indeed, invited) to share their personal experience with Liv52.

54 Responses to “Liv52 Benefits?”

  1. Liv.52 is made from herbal ingredients that blend to create a synergistic action that results in a significant improvement in liver function. It acts as a detoxifier and has antioxidant properties.

  2. Hi,
    I started taking Liv-52 supplements about 2 months back.
    The reason: I have been suffering from adult acne for the past 10 years on my face, neck and back. All kinds of conventional treaments not only failed but also aggravated it. I have also tried ProActive- which totally damaged my skin texture by enlarging its pores and making my skin look aged beyond years. I recently started getting eczema too on the legs.

    Action: I did some websearch and came across info like: how a sluggish liver and liver with toxins can cause such skin problems. Being in a country which does not cover or support Alt med like liver cleansing, I decided to try LIv-52.

    Result: So far no improvement in my acne or eczema. BUT, I did notice that without having cold/flu/fever, my body is expulsing(may be wrong english) phlegm. I know it is good to get rid of phelgm and according to ayurvedic medicine- phlegm is bad for liver. So I am wondering if the toxins in liver are being thrown out as waste in the form of phlegm.

    Any thoughts?

  3. I am in my late 20s and I have been drinking alcohol for well over a decade. I don’t know if I would call it alcohol abuse but it’s certainly excessive. I want to take liv52 to try and give back to my body what I may have damaged but also want to be able to have a drink socially. It damaging to drink alcohol while taking liv52?

  4. surya latha Says:

    will liv 52 benefits in weight loss

  5. Sufiyan Says:

    plz give me in detail about therapies .

  6. yuvraj rathore Says:

    Well ,All Diseases begin from liver and end with liver .As far as good health is concerned LIV 52 is a daily suppliment even if one is not suffering from a particular maladie.
    If you notice by experience usually doctors never advise LIV 52 unless there is a significant damage to liver the reason being it works so effectively that it reduces the chances of other diseases.
    If one is in good health it reduces the need of visiting a doc.
    I have been using it for a while now though intermittently i see that i have always a good experience comparing before and after use of it respectively .

  7. @yuvraj rathore: Now that you mention this, it probably makes sense. i was having some digestive complications and ended up consulting a liver specialist. I asked him if I should take Liv52 but he insisted that the multivitamin tablets that he was prescribing are sufficient and there was no need to take Liv52. i wonder if you are correct about doctors deliberately not prescribing Liv52.

  8. I have been taking Liv 52 for a month now prescribed by the doc for a fatty liver. Since taking the medicine, my lower back ache which I suspect was being caused by indigestion has reduced by 90%. My bowel movements have improved considerably. My skin is looking better. I had a pigmentation problem which has reduced. Some of the ingredients in Liv 52 like haritake herb are used in powder form in India for indigestion. I had a constipation & gas problem which has disappeared. Phlegm and white deposit on tongue increases the first few days of taking Liv 52 but it may be the body’s way of expelling toxins. Since it is ayurvedic, there are no side effects to the pill. I am thinking of continuing this even after the course is completed.

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    I regard Himaliya fimaly.Live. 52 is a ayurbedic medicin. I have solved the all liver problem. Thank Himaliya Fimaly & Live. 52.

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  17. Nice research work…. i found ur blog post while i was searching for the answer “what can liv52 overdose do to you?”
    Though i still couldn’t get but yes it was nice reading and knowing much about it.

  18. I had psorisis which when treated, doctor gave steroids which led to increase in 20kg weight and side effect of high blood pressure, which did not respond to any of the medications and was out of control. My all reports were normal except high trigyliceride levels. Moreover the sideeffects of the medications were enormous, but I could not figure the reason behind my high blood pressure, the doctors claimed it was anxiety. Moreover due to some other medications prescribed i felt terrible weakness, which did not get improved by any supplements of vitamins and other types. I finally decided to search the internet and went through the details and finally found that may be the steroids had damaged my body maybe the liver, but the doctor did not noded to my claim and said that i was in depression. I came through liv 52 and milk thistle as alternative treatment , but as liv 52 was cheap and easily available, I went for it and to my wonder I just took i pill a day to be cautious for its sideeffects, but to my wonder just in 3 to 4 days my weakness and other problems were solved and after just few days my blood pressure came to 120/ 80 which was never for the last few years even after taking high blood pressure medications. Now the doctor has told me to cut down the medications slowly. I support that doctors dont want that the problems get solved so easily afterall who will go to them and pay them. Liv 52 is excellent remedy for unsolved medical problems and it is my personal experience and has no side effects.

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  21. I don’t know who are right and who are wrong..!!
    But going through this article i concluded to take Liv.52 daily.
    I ‘ll send my result as soon as improved..!!!

  22. Hi, all of you, I am an occassional drinker mostly on weekends and end up cosuming a bottle of whiskey in 2 days. 3rd day morning I end up with a bad hangover and thats when I think of liver care. I came across your blog and wanted to share my experience. I take 2 tabs of Liv52 before lunch and dinner even on non drinking days. Is it enough to protect me from any untoward situation with my liver? Should I change over from Whiskey to Rum or other drink so as to reduce intake and hangover. Looking for some advise from anyone of you Gentlemen.

  23. In 2003 I had cancer (Renal Cancer) Doctors removed my right kidney i had stage 4. After that i found out that my liver was damaged. I found out that i had Hip C. It became early stages of cerosis. I was always tired. I did not want to do or go any where I heard about liv-52. I started taking it, and praise God it gave me my life back. I am bac; to work and very active. I even have doctors proof that my liver function has improved. So i don’t know about foke lor but i have my life back

  24. The efficacy of Liv-52 on liver cirrhotic patients: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled first approach.
    Huseini HF, Alavian SM, Heshmat R, Heydari MR, Abolmaali K.
    Source

    Department of Pharmacology, Institute of Medicinal Plants, No. 97, Bozorgmehr St., Ghods St., Enghelab Ave., Tehran, Iran. huseini_fallah@yahoo.com
    Abstract

    Cirrhosis is the irreversible sequel of various disorders that damage liver cells permanently over time. Presently, the use of herbal medicines for prevention and control of chronic liver diseases is in the focus of attention for both the physicians and the patients; the reasons for such shift toward the use of herbals include the expensive cost of conventional drugs, adverse drug reactions, and their inefficacy. In the present study, the efficacy of herbal medicine Liv-52 (consisting of Mandur basma, Tamarix gallica and herbal extracts of Capparis spinosa, Cichorium intybus, Solanum nigrum, Terminalia arjuna and Achillea millefolium) on liver cirrhosis outcomes was compared with the placebo for 6 months in 36 cirrhotic patients referred to Tehran Hepatic Center. The outcome measures included child-pugh score, ascites, serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), total billirubin, albumin, prothrombin time, platelet and white blood cells counts. The indices were recorded in all patients before and after 6 months of drug or placebo treatment. The results demonstrated that the patients treated with Liv-52 for 6 months had significantly better child-pugh score, decreased ascites, decreased serum ALT and AST. In placebo administered patients all the clinical parameters recorded at beginning of the study were not significantly different than after 6 months. We conclude that Liv-52 possess hepatoprotective effect in cirrhotic patients. This protective effect of Liv-52 can be attributed to the diuretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative, and immunomodulating properties of the component herbs.

    PMID:
    16194047
    [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

  25. Research Evidence on LiverCare (Liv.52)

    In a 5-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 30 children with hepatitis A, use of this combination formula apparently improved the rate of recovery as compared to placebo.45 Benefits were also seen in a 6-week study of 34 people with acute hepatitis.46 A third double-blind, placebo-controlled study evaluated the effectiveness of this combination in the treatment of a variety of liver conditions, including chronic and acute hepatitis, and found some evidence of benefit.47

  26. This product is a very handy remedy people in India were using for generations…especially for yellow fewer cure and to de-toxify the body. It is a grand-ma recommended solution to liver problems and it has saved many lives in India where people can get liver troubles due to various infections easily…if one is not careful of what and where they eat, drink etc. I was researching how to solve my fatty liver problem and struck on Liv.52 as a solution and immediately I knew that how far-removed I have been from my old-generation remedies, with advent of vitamin-and-other-drugs/supplements-obsessed world we now live in…Doctors must be for sure hating Liv.52….as it reduces there business. Old ethical family doctors of my grand-parents use to recommend Liv.52 in their generations.. !!

  27. Viswanathan.C.P Says:

    CPV says,
    My mother take liv 52 for long and she is 86 years old and regularly takes for the last 25 years and find healthy and there is no side effects and will make your daily life smooth.

  28. LIV 52 is great, undoubtedly it is remedy for indigestion, jaundice and for daily usage

  29. prince adegboyega Says:

    can the liv.52 be using to treat viral(acute or chronic) hepatitic?

  30. Thanks for your well researched article for Liv 52. I have been trying this for few months to see if this will benefit my general health system. Had been taking about 1-2 tabs a day, missed some days now and then.

    I have also been researching on garlic pearls, Himgange Ayurvedic Oil, BSY Noni Black Magic herbal hair dye/shampoo that claims to be safe… but have not yet come accross an intelligent piece as you did on Liv.52. If anyone has some good info, please drop me a note. Thanx.

  31. i have read the article and the response from its users and i must say its very positive . But the only thing worries me is ,will it increase my weight ?

  32. Radhakrishna Says:

    I have been using Liv 52 tablets (2 tablets) daily for more than 2 months now and I have found that it has alleviated my skin itch issues (on the back) significantly. I have also seen significant improvement in my digestion; noticed quite a reduction in dark skin pigmentation on my face, forehead; Am grateful I have discovered this wonderful medication which works very well for me. Of course, regular exercise and walking may also have added and extra push to these benefits from Liv 52,

  33. i m taking anti tuberculosis medicines and my doctor told me that that liv 52 will undo the harm that the tuberculosis medicines will do to my system. i am taking 2 tablets daily as of now.. lets see how liv 52 fares up

  34. I have been drinking alcohol for almost 2 decades.
    I have been very promptly doing Complete Health Profile test regularly and was happy to find a Normal report every time

    Some 7 – 8 months ago, I had similar test conducted and found a marginal increase in two parameters in the Liver profile test – BILIRUBIN -DIRECT and ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT). Also teh Triglycerides level has gone up. I the found out the details of Liv52 and have been taking since. The dosafge is daily 2 pills.

    I am very sure the abnormal Liver results would have calmed down. the next test in due in 2-3 months. Will keep you posted with the updates

  35. Shiva Shakthi Says:

    can Liv 52 cure thyroid issues too. please suggest

  36. No, I dont think so, but High Cholesterol (LDL) will be reduced

  37. Hi All,

    Good to read couple of experience. I would love to be updated about the benefits achieved to alcoholic liver diseases. Do keep on sharing the experience.

  38. Himalaya Drugs are also manufacturing Liv 52 DS. This is a stonger medicine (elder brother of Liv 52). I heard from the medicine shop that this “DS” stands for “Double Strength”.
    So any one havinga a feeling of “left behind” or “very late” can go for it.
    People who are away from alcohol for few days or weeks should really go for it. Liv 52 will work better and faster on Liver when you are away from Alcohol. It helps regenerating the Liver efficiently.

  39. Liv 52 is an unbalanced herbal decoction consisting mostly of herbs that increase vata. Hence should not be used long term specifically for vata dominant people. I am not a doctor just looked up the herbs and their effect on dosha as per Pre existing Ayurvedic knowledge and my experience as I have a vata aggravation. I have also come across other more balanced liver formulas .Probably the faster and noticeable detox achieved is due to the vata aggravating nature.
    Vata is responsible for movement in the body and aggravation of this is the most common cause of disorder eg from arthritis to constipation etc, I.e a large no of disorders result depending on the location in the body where the vata humor increases

  40. Dhatu kshaya or mineral depletion/ loss is attributed to vata aggravation which is how liv 52 achieves it’s faster detox.

  41. Above data as per dosha effect of herbs listed . Having said that, I must admit it is the fastest liver detox I came across in comparison with liver detox preparations from at least 3 different we’ll known
    brand of Ayurvedic hospitals in india

  42. My understanding for any unbalance of herbal decoction is this : if it Is not tridoshic i.e balance all the bodily humors I.e vata v, pitta p, kapha k, then it will aggravate one or more humors in the long run. And based on individual constitution and dosage will cause problems in persons of a particular constitution or for all in general
    In the long term.
    Eg licorice long term , sid accordifolia increase kapha , and also increase blood pressure.for someone with low bp this May good for a while but in the long term depending on the dosage I.e. For low bp person small dosage may be fine even long term I.e. It may be medicinal , but only large dose long term will cause problem, while for high bp person or high kapha person problems even short term may be a problem
    Moral of the story these herbs increase kapha while decreasing vata and pitta, for those low on kapha long term usage may be fine depending on strength of herb dosage and the degree of kapha depletion.it may also happen that the kapha becomes high at a stage and then herb becomes damaging in the long term
    but for other type of people high on kapha the effect of the herb will not be desirable
    Now high kapha may be related with high cholesterol, high bp condition or weight gain (this is the only dosha which represents the earth element and hence solidity I.e cells tissues etc ) or other types of disorders of Lymph and other systems.

  43. Dear Siddharth,

    Thanks for elaborate information. Can you please suggest alternate & balanced liver detox OR preventive liver tonic for persons who are in compulsion to take hepatotoxic allopathy medicines.

    Like i have BP & High uric acid, so i have to take daily listril 10 mg & febutaz 40 mg daily. These are taxing on liver on long term. Hence I take liv -52 DS one daily as prophylaxis to liver damage. I suffer from severe constipation.

    So for me which liver support Herbal preparation can be best as i have now severe arthritis & constipation. Please suggest best liver tonic as per information you have.

  44. dr hemantkumar gautam Says:

    this product is useful and beneficial for everyone for healthy life. the product is safe and very efficient. I prescribe this for many patients .

  45. My SG PT is 45.6 and My bilirubin is 0.8 I am taking live 52 daily 3 times a day bt I am confused which one best live 52 or live 52 D’s

  46. Hi Manoj,

    Liv52 DS is a stronger medicine basically meant for the people having higher SGPT and Bilirubin (Liver has swollen)
    Liv52 DS, even two times a day should be sufficient. Better take Doctor’s opinion

  47. patients suffering from jaundice (yellow) serum bilurubin reads more than’ 1.2.
    such cases are perfectly treated by Liv 52.

  48. I am using Himalaya liv 52 from last 3 years, it has been really helpful to me.

  49. Kumaran Says:

    Dear Siddharth,

    Can we take Chyawanprash for Kapha balance

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