The main component of milk Thistle is a rare biologically active substance-silymarin. In addition, milk Thistle contains trace elements such as zinc, copper, selenium, polyunsaturated fatty acids, flavolignans.
Milk Thistle, or milk Thistle, is popularly known as Marin tatarnik. This prickly plant grows up to 2 meters in height, blooming on top of the head has a bright purple color. The plant is native to Western and Central Europe.
It was known to the ancient Greeks and Romans, and was used in India and Medieval Europe. References to milk Thistle are found in all Russian reference books about medicinal plants.
Milk Thistle cake, potato starch, calcium stearate, talc.
Indications for use:
As a dietary Supplement to food - a source of flavolignans (in terms of silybin).
It is used in the treatment of liver diseases: hepatitis, cirrhosis, jaundice, lesions from alcohol, drugs, toxins, radiation,as well as in the treatment of cholecystitis, inflammation of the bile ducts and gallstones.
Individual intolerance of the product components to pregnant and lactating women and children under 14 years of age.
It is recommended to consult a doctor before use.
Method of preparation or application:
Take adults and children over 12 years of age 1 tablet 1 time a day with meals.
In the process of taking tablets, sometimes there is a temporary deterioration in health, indicating that the activation of cleaning processes in the body.
In such cases, it is recommended to temporarily reduce the dosage and use more liquid, but do not exceed the course of administration.
Store no higher than 25°C.