Thanks Grassman for that excellent post. Most interesting and well explained.
So dropping the word "store". The sluggish under performing liver will become so if its elimination or processing actions are impeded. That impediment is where a number of support processes required are not performing. They can vary individually.
Flushing after bowel supports can be one mechanism to support the liver. In that support process various contaminates held by the liver may be removed.
If the contaminates cannot be removed by the liver they can end up in any number of bodily environments. So supporting the liver allows the Liver "store man" to manage the site properly.
herbformind that is my interpretation. I hope there is no too much medicalease in that. What is your interpretation of the grassman post?