The world we live in is becoming more polluted from cell phones, toxins, chemicals, industry, heavy metals, and antibiotics. Milk thistle capsules are very popular for detox programs. The milk thistle plant "Silybum marianum" with its purple flowers originates from mountains of the Mediterranean which have been used as a food for many years as far back as ancient Greece which they called it "Food From The Gods". Rich in a complex of flavonoligans and essential fatty acids which incorporates linoleic acid, silymarin has a complex blend of polyphenolic molecules antioxidants which helps the body to detox free radicals.
Dose: 1 to 3 tablets per day
Milk thistle or Silybum marianum can be a rejuvenating experience for the cells of the liver. The Latin name of this flower has been derived from the name of one of its components - Silymarin. Milk thistle components act on the cell membrane of the liver cells. They alter the state in which cell membranes accept the inflow of fluids through them. By doing so, the extract’s components make sure that none of the toxins make it to the inner folds of the liver. The regenerative capacity of the silymarin flavonoid is immense. If a liver has been through hepatitis or alcoholism-related cirrhosis, it is important to stop the problem from further damage. The regenerative phase towards a normal liver can only be begun once the organ isn’t getting exposed any further damage. Some of the best results of milk thistle supplements have been received after 41 months of the use. The spectacular use of milk thistle as a handy plant for the human species goes as old as 2000 years. Autoimmune diseases can be a perplexity to face when you have a bunch of invariables coming your way in the form of life. Silymarin has a lot to give to an immune system with its effect on the functioning of the T-lymphocyte. Milk thistle is commonly grown in the regions of North Africa and South Australia. Milk thistle seeds can be even more special when they are exported all the way from the Mediterranean.