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The most notable and unusual feature of Sarsaparilla is its use as an endotoxin binder. Endotoxins are bits of bacteria that are reabsorbed into the blood stream from the large intestine. Normally, the liver filters out these and other colon-derived compounds before they return to the blood and circulate throughout the body. If the amount of endotoxins reabsorbed becomes excessive the liver can become overwhelmed and fail to remove a sufficient number of them. A toxic liver, unable to cope at all with this load, will allow these often deadly endotoxins to spill into the blood.
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