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    • Oil of milk thistle 500ml

      Oil of milk thistle

      Zdravnitsa, Bulgaria
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      - 100% natural product
      - Pure, cold pressed white thorn seed oil
      - Made in Bulgaria
      - Helps the liver and bile function

      26.61 EUR

      Oil of milk thistle

      Milk thistle (aka Silymarin) is used in folk medicine for 2000 years, mainly in liver and biliary diseases.

      Packaging: 500 ml.
      Origin: Bulgaria
      Contents: 100% cold-pressed, unrefined oil thistle / thistle /

      The white thorn (Silybum marianum) is a herbaceous annual to biennial plant of the Asteraceae family.

      Meeting in the Mediterranean part of Europe, including in Bulgaria up to 1000 m above sea level.

      The stem is unbranched or slightly branched. Its height is up to 150 cm. The leaves are alternately arranged and end with yellowish spines. It blooms from May to August.

      White thorn (also known as Silymarin) has been used in folk medicine for 2000 years, mainly for the treatment of liver and bile diseases. Its active component is thought to be the flavonoid complex called silymarin. Silybinin, the most active ingredient in silymarin, can inhibit the synthesis of 5-lipoxygenase, which is involved in free radical formation, to clear hydroxyl radicals, and to suppress tumor necrosis factor (TNF).

      A number of scientific studies support the role of white thorn as an antioxidant that reduces free radical formation and affects cell growth and apoptosis (cell death), thereby reducing inflammation and maintaining liver tolerance to oxidative stress, including damage caused by oxidative stress toxins such as carbon tetrachloride.

      Useful properties of white thorn oil:

      Many systematic studies investigate the efficacy of white thorn in the treatment of liver diseases, in particular alcoholic liver disease and hepatitis B and C. Long-term use of white thorn oil (2-6 months) helps to more quickly dissipate the symptoms of retention bile fluid and reduction in indirect bilirubin. It is scientifically proven that white thorn oil has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antitoxic effects.

      Silymarin contained in white thorn oil suppresses the development of formalin peritonitis and immunologically induced polyarthritis. It is accepted that the anti-hepatotoxic action of silymarin is due to competitive interactions with receptors for the relevant toxins in the hepatocyte membrane and more generally to membranotropic action.

      The protective and curative effect of silibin on the liver parenchyma is favored by the fact that about 80% of the administered dose is eliminated by bile.

      Prolonged use of white thorn oil helps to get rid of digestive problems caused by eating.

      White thorn oil also helps with spleen problems.

      Herbalists recommend white thorn oil for the treatment of varicose veins and various malformations in the pelvis, including for problems associated with the menstrual cycle and kidney pain.

      When can white thorn oil be used?

      - Diseases of the liver - cirrhosis, hepatitis, liver fatty degeneration;
      - fatty liver disease caused by diabetes;
      - cholelithiasis;
      - inflammatory diseases such as prostatitis, urethritis, cervical erosion, anal fissures, hemorrhoids;
      - diseases of the stomach, duodenum, pancreas;
      - especially useful for the elderly with heart disease (atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease), burns, eczema, neurodermatitis;
      - white thorn oil has anti-ulcerative effect and promotes ulcer healing;

      The use of white thorn oil has a beneficial effect on:

      - Lowering cholesterol levels;
      - Decrease in cell division in breast, lung, colon, prostate, cervical and renal cancers;
      - Reduction of cell damage caused by chemotherapy and radiation;
      - Prevention of Alzheimer's disease;
      - Stabilization of blood sugar levels;
      - Prevention of premature aging;
      - Prevention of sun damage and other problematic skin diseases;
      - Fighting free radicals;
      - Improve the symptoms of menopause;
      - Prevention of intestinal and digestive problems;
      - Improving symptoms of Amanita phalloides poisoning;

      100% pure, cold pressed white thorn seed oil (Silybum marianum).

      Nutritional values ​​per 100 g:

      Energy - 900 Kcal
      Fat - 99.8 g
      of which unsaturated - 14.0 g
      Carbohydrates - 0 g
      Protein - 0 g
      Salt - 0 g


      Internal intake:
      take 1-3 tsp. twice daily before meals. For the purpose of prevention, 1 tsp can be taken. per day.

      It can also be used as an adjunct to salads and dishes.

      For cosmetic purposes:
      White thorn oil is suitable for direct application to the skin or as an adjunct to base and essential oils. The oil can be used as an ingredient in creams, masks and other cosmetic products.

      Feature and main advantage of oil thistle is the presence in its composition powerful hepatoprotective - silymarin - a unique complex of powerful natural antioxidants which has beneficial effects on liver function, strengthens and protects the cell membranes of liver cells, hepatocytes, stimulated regeneration of hepatocytes exposed to the ravages of alcohol and toxic substances, eliminating inflammation in the liver, increases the production of bile and improves the function of liver detoxification.

      Greenish color of butter milk thistle is due to the chlorophyll content, which enhances the anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties of other biochemical components of the oil (flavonoids, vitamin E, vitamin A, zinc, magnesium and manganese). Chlorophyll significantly accelerates wound healing and epithelialization, has beneficial effects on the cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine and respiratory system, and prevents the formation of stones in the urinary organs.

      Oil milk thistle also contains a significant amount of the strongest natural antioxidants - vitamins E and A, which play a key role in cardiovascular and reproductive systems and also actively hinder the development of inflammatory processes are beneficial for the skin and bodies eyesight, prevent premature aging and protect the human body against infectious disease and cancer. In the composition of this oil enters and vitamin D, which is required for complete absorption of the human body of calcium and phosphorus, to strengthen the immune system and the proper functioning of the heart, blood vessels and the thyroid gland. Contained in the oil thistle vitamin K e with antihemoragichno action and is essential for the proper functioning of the kidneys, and vitamin plays an important role in regulating the brain, nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine, digestive and muscular system of the human body .

      Butter milk thistle is very rich in zinc, magnesium, manganese and selenium. These four elements are required for the overall synthesis of the hormone insulin by the pancreas, are responsible for the regulation of blood sugar levels.

      Therapeutic and prophylactic properties

      Used in folk medicine as a powerful hepatoprotective drug, butter milk thistle has a fairly wide range and other useful properties of the human body (immunomodulatory, for wound healing, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic), so for many centuries successfully applied in the composition of the complex prevention and treatment of various diseases.

      The most traditional use of the oil of milk thistle for treatment of various diseases of the liver, gall bladder and bile ducts. Silymarin protects the hepatocytes (liver cells) from the ravages of free radicals, stimulates the regeneration of liver cells damaged by exposure to toxins and alcohol improves the function of liver detoxification, inhibits the development of inflammatory processes in the liver, gallbladder and biliary tract, improves metabolic processes in the liver. Therefore, oil is used as part of an overall prevention and treatment of cirrhosis, hepatitis, cholangitis, biliary dyskinesia, gallstones, fatty liver (including related diabetes or excessive drinking), toxic liver damage (related to the influence of alcohol other natural and synthetic toxins, heavy metal compounds, prolonged use of drugs).

      In addition, butter milk thistle significantly improves digestion and general condition of the lining of the gastrointestinal tract (the combination of vitamins E and A, linoleic and oleic acids, flavonoids, chlorophyll, zinc, magnesium and manganese have anti-inflammatory effects and treat erosive lesions gastric and duodenal ulcers, bowel diseases). Therefore, the oil is also often used for prevention and treatment of gastritis, gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers, colitis, enterocolitis. It is quite effective in the treatment of constipation, since there is laxative.

      Butter milk thistle has a beneficial effect on the functional state of the heart and blood vessels. It helps to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels in the blood, strengthening and improving the elasticity of blood vessel walls, maintaining normal blood clotting, reducing the risk of blood clots, and prevents the formation of dangerous atherosclerotic plaques on the walls of blood vessels. Because it's good butter milk thistle to introduce in the diet for the prevention and comprehensive treatment of atherosclerosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease, varicose veins, heart attack and stroke.

      Because the anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, butter milk thistle is known in folk medicine as an effective tool in the treatment of wounds, chemical and thermal burns, fractures and allergic skin rashes, pressure sores, venous ulcers, eczema, hyperkeratosis, psoriasis, neurodermatitis, acne .

      Oil of milk thistle used in the treatment of gynecological diseases. Because of the anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action it is used intravaginal in the complex treatment of cervical erosion, vaginitis, atrophic vaginitis and other inflammatory diseases of the female genitalia.

      Adding oil thistle in the diet will also bring tangible benefits:
      • During the recovery period after serious illness or operations
      • during the rehabilitation period after a course of radiotherapy and chemotherapy
      • In patients with diabetes
      • If alcohol abuse, acute alcohol intoxication, and as part of a comprehensive treatment program for alcoholism

      Source: http://zlatoley.com/en/milk-thistle-oil/

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