Milk thistle
Latin name
Silybum marianum
Cardo mariano
Cardo mariano
Part of the Plant used
Country of Origin
Why is Milk thistle good for you?
Milk Thistle acts on the liver. It restores the liver and helps it fulfill its role of cleansing and elimination of waste products from the blood. Milk Thistle is widely used to prevent the effects of alcoholism such as Cirrhosis of the liver.
Treatments where we use Milk thistle
Acne Hair Loss Strech Marks
Cellulite Psoriasis  
A little bit of history...
Milk Thistle has been recommended to restore liver function for centuries. It has been used as far back as the Ancient Greeks.
Did you know?
Despite its prickly appearance all the parts of the Milk Thistle can be eaten and are good for your health.
Natural remedies where we use Milk thistle
Maitake Tincture It boosts and regulates the immune system to fight bacterial infection and prevent allergic reactions. It is a blend of Maitake, American Ginseng and Milk Thistle.
Reishi Tincture It supports the liver in its role of cleansing the blood stream. It is a made with 12 plants including Reishi, Meadowsweet and Milk Thistle.
Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle seeds can be prepared as a decoction for drinking. It stimulates the liver and helps cleanse the blood.

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