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Common Names: Milk Thistle, Holy Thistle, Lady's Thistle, Mary Thistle, Marian Thistle, Milk Thistle Seed, Dugdh Rom Botanical Name:Silybum marianum Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Shui Fei Ji Milk Thistle Seed Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose. Milk Thistle Seed Precautions: Do not use if nursing or pregnant. May cause mild diarrhea.
Milk Thistle Seed Benefits and Information
In traditional Chinese medicine Milk Thistle Seed clears heat, removes toxicity, soothes the liver and promotes bile secretions. Milk Thistle Seed supports cardiovascular health, promotes normal blood sugar levels along with healthy diet and exercise, naturally detoxifies the liver and supports liver health. Milk thistle seed is a liver tonic and has blood purifying, nervine, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and antioxidant effects. Milk Thistle Seed Properties: Bitter, Cold Milk Thistle Seed Channels / Meridians: Liver, Gallbladder Milk Thistle Seed Naturally Occurring Components: flavonoids, fumaric acid, silymarin, cinnamic acid, myristic acid, palmitelaidic acid, arachidic acid
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