Raisin Tree™ – The Natural Supplement for Liver Health
DHM is frequently used in traditional Japanese, Chinese, and Korean medicines as a treatment for general liver health, liver diseases, fever, parasitic infections and as a hangover treatment.
The main active ingredient in Raisin Tree™ is Dihydromyricetin, or DHM for short. It is extracted naturally from the Oriental or Japanese Raisin Tree.
Several studies have shown that DHM may contribute to liver health and help repair liver damage. Our livers are the frontline organ in the metabolic breakdown of alcohol and many other dietary toxins.
Taking between 1-2 Raisin Tree™ is optimum for boosting liver health.
Improve Liver Function
Firstly, it is important to note that there is no safe level of alcohol consumption. The recommended limit is 14 units per week for both men and women. Raisin Tree™ contains a pure, high strength dose of 400mg dihydromyricetin (DHM) harvested naturally from the Oriental Raisin Tree.
Research has shown that DHM improves the ability of the liver to process alcohol by improving the effectiveness of the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase.
In addition to this, DHM has been proven to speed up the body’s natural ability to metabolise alcohol and acetaldehyde. Furthermore, researchers also found that DHM has liver protecting properties and blocks alcohol from affecting the brain’s GABA receptors.
Fatty Liver Disease
In a trial of sixty patients with fatty liver disease DHM improved glucose and lipid metabolism and exerted anti-inflammatory effects which were beneficial. To read the full research study, please see the footnotes.
About our Raisin Tree™
Our high strength Raisin Tree™ capsules are high quality vegetarian and vegan capsules containing 400mg of DHM. They are also gluten and allergen-free. There are no toxic preservatives and our ingredients are from non genetically modified sources. Many supplement brands will add extra ingredients and fillers that sound good on paper, but do not do anything to increase the efficacy of the principle ingredient. Sometimes the additional ingredients may actually make capsules less effective and less bioavailable upon consumption.
Chen, Shihui; Zhao, Xiaolan; Wan, Jing; Ran, Li; Qin, Yu; Wang, Xiaofang; Gao, Yanxiang; Shu, Furong; Zhang, Yong; Liu, Peng; Zhang, Qianyong; Zhu, Jundong; Mi, Mantian (2015). "Dihydromyricetin improves glucose and lipid metabolism and exerts anti-inflammatory effects in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease: A randomized controlled trial". Pharmacological Research. 99: 74–81. doi:10.1016/j.phrs.2015.05.009. ISSN 1043-6618. PMID 26032587.