Hugan tea is also known as Liver Comfort or Liver Protection Tea because it works to detoxify and protect the liver. The tea also heals liver scars and wounds and helps in the control of liver fat. The tea has a good effect on hepatitis (A, B, and C) and helps to nourish other organs of the body such as the lungs and kidneys. Hugan tea can be used for the prevention and treatment of typhoid and malaria. It also lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
This tea is recommended for active and passive smokers and alcoholics and those taking antihypertensive drugs and drugs for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases for a long period as it will clear the toxic deposits and nourish their liver. It is good for people whose liver has been damaged by excessive consumption of alcohol, smoking, eating of contaminated food, and exposure to a polluted environment. Remember also that the wrong application of chemicals for pest control by farmers often results in chemical residue in our food crop and these chemicals when ingested can lead to liver damage. It is recommended also for people living with fatty liver and hepatitis. Hugan tea eliminates parasites, alcoholic toxins, and the harmful effect f tobacco on the liver.
Hugan tea can be taken daily to boost one’s health and general wellbeing. There are 40 tea bags in a pack. However, Hugan tea is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
IHugan Tea is a product of GCAT Eternal International and it is registered with the National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC): C1-4073
- It heals liver scars and wounds
- Detoxifies and smoothens the liver
- Helps to control liver fat
- Helps in the treatment of hepatitis
- Removes parasites, alcoholic toxins from the liver
- Eliminates the harmful effect of tobacco on liver
- Good for smokers and consumers of alcohol
- Recommended for those whose liver has been damaged by pollution in the environment
- Lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels
- Alleviates feverish condition
Why You Need To Prevent Your Liver From Being Damaged
The liver plays a very important function in the body. It is essential for digesting food and ridding your body of toxic substances. It supplies the body cells with essential nutrients. This organ also helps in normalizing your blood sugar. For instance, if you consume carbohydrates and it is broken down to sugar, the liver will ensure that it does not lead to a spike in your blood sugar by removing the sugar from the blood and storing it in the form of glycogen. When the blood sugar level is too low, the liver will break down glycogen and release sugar into the blood. It means, the liver stores energy in the form of glycogen and releases it to the body when needed. It also stores vitamins and minerals and releases them into the blood when needed.
The liver cells convert toxic substances, such as ammonia into less toxic urea which is then released into the blood and transported to the kidneys to be passed out of the body in urine.
As human beings, we cannot afford to allow our liver, which filters toxins from our body to get damaged. Unfortunately, this is oftentimes the case. Liver diseases is prevalent in the country even as our hospitals are poorly equipped to manage the problem. The Director-General of NAFDAC (National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control), Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, sounded the alarm recently when she declared that liver and kidney diseases are on the rise in Nigeria.
Many factors can lead to liver damage and they include, viruses, parasites, alcohol intake, smoking, obesity, poor diet, contaminated food and water, pollution, or close contact with an infected person, among others. These factors can lead to liver failure, which is a life-threatening condition. Liver problems may not present any specific symptoms at the early stages, which is why it is necessary to always nourish this vital organ for optimal performance so that you may live a healthy life.