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A review of the bioavailability and clinical efficacy of milk thistle phytosome: a silybin-phosphatidylcholine complex (Siliphos).
* Natural Factors Milk Thistle Extract 80% Silymarin
Milk thistle extract has been shown to guard the liver from damage and reduce liver-related mortality.
Zinc oxide and milk thistle powder were added at 60 mg/kg and 10 g/kg of diet, respectively.
Ely has told him his preferred preparation is a German OTC product, milk thistle seeds can be found in health food stores, ground to a powder using a coffee bean grinder, and used as a food supplement.
Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn., commonly called as milk thistle, is a known hepatoprotective plant and grows natively in the Mediterranean area (Alvarez et al., 2003; Parmoon et al., 2015).
Milk thistle, a popular herb known for its benefits to the liver, contains a good amount of silybin.
Milk thistle, Silybum marianum from Asteraceae plant family, is a well-known medicinal plant, native to the Mediterranean region of Europe and widely dispersed to many countries throughout the world.
Due to Antioxidant property and that drugs give good results & reduce the glucose level, some herbal folk medicinal plants have been reported which are useful in diabetes treatment such as burdock roots, milk thistle seeds and forssk flowers, because they are rich in antioxidants and because of its anti- inflammatory, anti-tumor/cancer, anti-diabetic, anti-microbial and antiviral effects [6], [7], [8].there are parts of the medical practice in China, Egypt, India and other developing countries.
Maker of the Terry Naturally brand of dietary supplements, EuroPharma, Inc., Green Bay, WI, has launched a new product for liver care called Clinical Strength Liver Formula, which combines milk thistle and the potent bioflavonoid silybin with sesamin from sesame seed oil.