Milk thistle - cold pressed butter

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Cold pressed milk thistle oil


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Cold pressed milk thistle oil

Milk thistle oil - a rich natural source of vitamins (A, D, E, F), minerals and trace elements (copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, boron). The product is also rich in biologically active substances with beneficial, stimulating and stabilizing effects, both for the immune and nervous system, and for the maintenance and protection of the liver from toxins, alcohol and drugs. Milk thistle is one of the oldest and most thoroughly researched herbal products in the world. This due to the main active ingredient of milk thistle - silymarin. Silymarin is powerful an antioxidant that protects liver cells from the harmful substances formed in smoking, alcohol abuse and high-fat foods. Its antioxidant effect in favor of the liver is ten times stronger than that of Vitamin E. Silymarin has anti-inflammatory and anti-metastatic action. Milk thistle is one of the most effective hepatoprotectors.


Milk thistle has been used for medicinal purposes since the ancient Greeks, who made a decoction of it its seeds in order to prevent various diseases. In India today, milk thistle is used as homeopathic remedy.

  • In problems with the liver and bile; Lowers the levels of "bad" cholesterol;
  • Improves kidney function;
  • Relieves menstrual pain;
  • Helps with diseases such as dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis;
  • To increase the body's resistance to the action of adverse factors
  • environment. In acute and chronic diseases of the respiratory system (bronchitis, pneumonia
  • and other).

To increase the body's resistance to infectious diseases afteroperations performed.

Ingredients: 100% natural cold pressed milk thistle oil (Silybum marianum)

Dosage: 1 teaspoon daily.

Do not exceed the recommended dose.

How to use milk thistle oil

According to studies, effective daily doses are between 280-800 mg of silymarin, and the average concentration of silymarin in milk thistle extract is between 70-80%.

Some studies show that the most appropriate dose is 100-200 mg distributed three times a day with food - it has been found that this absorbs the largest amount of extract.

It can also be added to salads and various dishes.

Milk thistle oil is also used for cosmetic purposes and is applied externally to the skin. Milk thistle oil is suitable for direct application on the skin or as an additive to base and essential oils. The oil can be used as an ingredient in creams, masks and other cosmetic products.


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100 ml.
250 ml.
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