Quassia - In the Amazon rainforest, Quassia, also known as amargo, has been used as a bitter digestive aid for centuries. It is also used across South America as a tribal remedy for debility, digestive problems, fever, liver - gallbladder problems, as a natural insecticide (for plants and humans!) as well popularly used for viral and parasitic diseases like malaria.
Dandelion - Folk healers have long prescribed the root of this cleansing digestive herb for liver and digestive problems.
Milk Thistle - In classic Greek medicine, milk thistle was used to treat liver and gallbladder diseases and to protect the liver against toxins.
Ginger - This root was introduced into Europe during the Roman Empire, and it has held an honored place as one of the herbs for digestion in traditional medicine for a very long time. Chinese herbalists have used ginger root for 2,000 years, and the ancient Greeks prized it as an aid to digestion, mixing powdered ginger into bread.