Hulda Clark Liver Support Tea


I have personally done this recipe 3 times, and am on my 4th now.  I have purchased a bag of the prepared herbs.  But next time, being a Do-It-Yourselfer, I will be following this recipe below, as outlined in “Dr. Clark’s Healthy Recipes” Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. Copyright 2010 New Century Press, LLC.  I will probably be sourcing the herbs at San Francisco Herb & Natural Food Co. at

This is easy to prepare, and if you add a little apple or cranberry juice it tastes really good.

These liver herbs are not the same as the Liver Cleanse – which helps to remove gallstones.  Rather, these are herbs which traditionally have been used to help the liver function better.  I have only used these herbs as a cleanse, not for long periods of time.  Please consult your herbalist for more information on these herbs and how they can be used to support your own health. 

Suggested Use:
Mix all the herbs.
Add 1/2 cup) herbs to 2 quarts (8 cups) water, and bring to a boil.
Turn off the heat and cover.  Let it stand for 6 hours.
Strain, and add sweetener like honey or agave syrup if desired.

Dr. Clark suggests adding coconut cream to taste extra good!!
Drink up to 3 cups per day, or as directed by a health professional.
Freeze leftover herbs, and use one more time.
Liver Support herbs are for adults only, 16 years and over.

6 parts Tanner’s Oak Bark, Quercus alba (white oak bark)
3 parts Gravel root, Eupatorium purpureum (queen of the meadow)
3 parts Jacob’s staff, Verbascum thapsus, (mullein herb)
2 parts Licorice root, Glycyrrhiza glabra
2 parts Wild Yam Root, Dioscorea villosa
2 parts Milk Thistle herb, Silybum Marianum
3 parts Walnut Bark, Juglans nigra (Black Walnut bark)
3 parts Marshmallow Root, Althea officinalis (white mallow)
1 part Lobelia plant, Lobelia inflata (bladder pod)
1 part Skullcap, Scutellaria lateriflora (helmet flower)

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For the Hulda Clark Liver Cleanse Recipe – click here

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