- Protects liver from incoming toxins; supports cleansing.
- Blocks toxins and supports healthy detoxification.
- Economical choice for liver support.
- Supports regeneration and repair of damaged liver tissue.
- Reduces inflammation.
- Stimulates bile flow, promoting bowel regularity.
- Sulfur source, assists in regeneration of glutathione.
Milk Thistle is one of the most widely used herbs. Milk thistle’s main active ingredient is a flavonoid called silymarin, an antioxidant which is believed to protect liver cells from toxins, particularly lipid peroxidation, and helps to detoxify alcohol, drugs, and other chemical toxins. Silymarin promotes liver cell protein synthesis, decreases the oxidation of glutathione, and assists in the regeneration of glutathione and restoration of cellular thiol status.
There are many compounds in milk thistle, mostly flavonoids, including silymarin, silybin, isosilybin, and silibinin. Studies show silymarin, silibinin, silibinin and other flavonoids found in milk thistle may support healthy detoxification during a number of conditions including alcoholic cirrhosis and tumors.
Milk Thistle is a Leukotriene inhibitor. It regenerates liver cells and stimulates bile flow. It is a source of sulfur. Milk Thistle also supports the kidneys and adrenals and aids inflammatory bowel disorders and immune function.
DOES NOT CONTAIN
Eggs, wheat, gluten, dairy, casein, yeast, corn, soy, refined sugars, artificial sweeteners, colors and flavors. Every effort has been taken to eliminate any significant sources of natural salicylates, phenols and benzoates.
Full adult dose is 30-60 drops in a glass of water or other drink, 3 times a day. Start at half dose and work up to full dose over first few days, to avoid herxheimer reaction (die off). Children: Half of adult dose. For sensitive children, start with one drop, 3 times a day and increase gradually to 15 drops, 3 times a day with a meal.
Note: Not intended for children under 2 years old. As with any nutritional suppoement, you should consult with a health practitioner before using during pregnancy or lactation. As part of its protective properties, milk thistle may affect how the body processes numerous types of drugs. Please consult your practitioner before using if you take any prescription medications.