To be used for : Cirrhosis, hepatitis, diabetes, free radical protection, gallstones, chronic fatigue, jaundice, kidney congestion, liver damage, kidney disease and psoriasis.
It is recommended to anyone who uses OTC's (over the counter) medications, antibiotics and other non contradicting medications. Many tests have shown that milk thistle prevented liver toxicity in case studies and possible therapy of psoriasis.
The liver is the largest internal organ in the body and it consists of two main lobes, the left and the right, that are responsible for over 500 different functions. The liver is best known and most important task is that of a garbage collector. In a world filled with toxins, it is the livers job to break down the contaminants that come your way and get them ready to be escorted out of the body. Ideally, the liver could process all of the toxins you encounter. But because of the sheer volume of industrial chemicals and pollutants you are exposed to, the livers natural ability to detoxify can have trouble keeping up.
Contradictions - Due to the plant family of Milk Thistle, it may cause an allergic reaction to those who are allergic to Ragweed. Speak to your doctor if you are pregnant or breast feeding before taking this or any herbal supplement.
We have had several clients contact us about how this particular tincture has helped to clear up blemished skin such as acne and eczema.
A tincture is a liquid concentrated extract that is made from herbs to be ingested as a supplement to utilize that herbs beneficial properties. It is a quick and easy way to use herbs to assist with healing or as a preventative.
Tinctures have been proven to work faster, last longer and are stronger than most other forms of herbal supplements. Use 1 to 2 full dropper fulls daily diluted in a beverage. This can be spread out with 1 in the morning and 1 at night.
1 ounce glass bottle with dropper included with a shelf life of 1 yr +
Please take care when using herbal remedies and products. We highly recommend reading our page regarding "Precautions and Contradictions" and additionally, "What is a Tincture?".