Milk thistle is a plant that grows in Mediterranean Europe and the Middle East. In nature, it is found in ruins, along roads, in abandoned and especially in uncultivated places. It is one of the few medicinal plants that can be used to reduce the problems of liver disease. In the West, Pietro Andrea Mattioli was the first to write about him, who, among other things, also practiced medicine in Gorizia. He noticed that breastfeeding mothers who consume spotted thistle have more milk and men have less pain inside their bodies - this was probably the opinion of liver and kidney pain. In short, if he was wrong he would not have been invited as an official physician to the court of Maximilian II. Milk thistle has many active ingredients. Flavonoids, which also include flavonolignans, are active ingredients in the fruit of the spotted thistle, in plants that perform protective use. Flavonoids hunt free radicals in the prevention of liver cell damage due to substances that cause the formation of free radicals in the liver. In medicine, it has found its place primarily in the treatment of liver disease.
- Multi-month stock
- Helps detoxify the liver
- Supports liver and kidney health
- A powerful antioxidant
- Suitable for athletes who have been under the stress
500mg to 1g daily, with meals, 30 days. Excessive amounts can have a laxative effect. ATTENTION! Do not take if you are taking diabetes medication. Do not take if you are allergic to artichokes, yarrow and similar plants
Dietary supplement. Ingredients: milk thistle (Silybum marianum), rice flour, gelatin, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide. Net quantity: 100 capsules. Manufacturer: Swanson Health Products Fargo, North Dakota, USA. For adults only, store in a dry and cool place, out of reach of children. The recommended daily amount should not be exceeded! Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or taking medication. Consult your doctor before use. Too much can have a laxative effect, do not take it if you are taking medication for diabetes. Do not take if you are allergic to artichokes, yarrow, and other similar plants.