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7 Restorative Milk Thistle Benefits

Milk Thistle Benefits> to detoxify body temporarily, recommended daily intake of milk thistle is 150 mg, taken 1-3 times daily. This is a somewhat high dose that can act as a natural liver “detox”. For ongoing use and liver support, 50-150 mg daily.

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Milk thistle has been used in medicine for thousands of years as a tonic for the liver and gallbladder. The old natural remedies have been forgotten over time.

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MILK THISTLE -- One of the most well-researched plants for liver support including chronic liver disease & cirrhosis. The seeds contain the highest concentrations of the active compound, silymarin which reduces free radical production & oxidative damage. Milk thistle's active compounds help to repair living cells within the liver, while promoting the regeneration of injured tissue.

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from STYLECRAZE

20 Amazing Benefits Of Milk Thistle For Skin, Hair And Health

9 Amazing Benefits Of Milk Thistle For Skin, Hair And Health http://superibu.com

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I need this - Discover the many health benefits of milk thistle. Milk Thistle is one of the five ingredients in Protandim

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from Etsy

1965 British Flowers Vintage Book Plate Scottish Thistle, Milk Thistle, Star Thistle P49

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Milk thistle plant... did you know every single part of the plant can be eaten? It has many health benefits, a good source of manganese, iron, phosphorous, zinc, and selenium. It destroys free radicals and is used to fight cancer, helps prevent and heal gallstones, and much else. To eat raw cut off the very edge of the thistle leaf. Boil to soften thorns and eat them like spinach thorns and all. Or whiz in a blender to tear up thorns. Frying the leaves makes the leaves crispy like potato…

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dsweetdaydreamer: Long used as an herbal remedy in both Eastern and Western medicine, milk thistle has enjoyed a renaissance in popularity in the West recently - most probably as a result of several significant scientific discoveries concerning its remarkable medicinal qualities. Its use in traditional eastern medicine is more obscure. Thought to be a native of the Mediterranean where it is used as both a medicine and a foodstuff, milk thistle also grows in select areas in the Middle East…