Marian donkey thistle (Silybum marianum) is also known as cardus marianus, white thistle or popularly as blessed donkey torn by the lucky lady. This wonderful herb originates from the Canary Islands and in our part of the world it is grown mainly as an ornamental plant.
When ripe, it releases a substance called silymarin, which helps cleanse the liver and regenerate liver cells and the liver membrane. Silymarin is found in the skin of milk thistle fruits and is produced in late September and early October when the plant ripens. During this period, the plant needs a minimum temperature of 25 ° C. The fruits of thistle are collected by collecting the ripe fruits, drying them and crushing them. The climatic conditions in our country also allow its cultivation, but it does not ripen at the same level and with the same quality as in the Mediterranean. Silymarin (complex of bioflavonoids) is a powerful antioxidant – stronger than vitamins C and E. The healing properties of milk thistle were known to ancient healers, who used it mainly to treat inflammation of the liver. Another positive property of milk thistle is that it contains unsaturated fatty acids that allow the proper absorption of certain vitamins and minerals. The lack of vitamins in the blood is the cause of the so-called diseases of civilization.
Milk thistle berries are available as a tea, extract, oil, or tincture, but the dried version is best and most effective. That is why we offer you the marigold fruit in very finely crushed form, as this is the best way to regenerate the liver cells and the liver membrane.
Take 1 teaspoon of dried milk thistle in your mouth and drink at least 3 dl of water. We recommend that you repeat this several times a day (up to 3 times).
You can add dried milk thistle to a variety of foods, such as oatmeal, oatmeal, or yogurt.
The daily dose should not exceed 2 to 3 teaspoons.
Milk thistle tea: The dried fruit should not come into contact with water above 40 ° C, as this can damage the active substances contained in silymarin. Tea prepared from the fruits of milk thistle is not suitable for restoring the liver. Decoctions (leaves, stems and roots) are prepared from this herb, each of which is a solution to a different health problem.
Energy: 1236 kj/297 kcal
15% – reference nutritional value
Fat 21g- 30% (including fatty acids 4g- 20%)
Carbohydrates 7g- 2.7%
Protein – 20g- 40%
Salt 0.01g- 0.16%
Packaging : 900 / 2000 grams
Warning : store in a dry and cool place. Store in a dry place, in a dry and dry condition. Keep out of the reach of small children.
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