The active substances in milk thistle, what does this mean for pharmaceuticals

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    Aaron
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    Milk thistle is native to the Middle East, Southern Europe, North Africa and Southern Russia. The plant is edible, for example the flower heads without the bracts can be eaten and also the root of the plant can be eaten. In addition, the seeds of the plant are also used medicinally. Milk thistle has been used as a beneficial nutrient for various health purposes for over 2,000 years. Meanwhile, milk thistle is best known for its powerful protective effect on your liver, which is partly based on scientific studies. https://uniquepharmaceuticals.com/fr/medicaments/acheter-zoloft-sans-ordonnance/

    The active substances in milk thistle are found in the black seeds of the plant, without the fluff. To use them, the black seeds are knocked out of the flower head. The seeds of milk thistle contain flavanolignans including Silymarin. https://uniquepharmaceuticals.com/nl/medicijnen/vaniqal-kopen-zonder-recept/

    Silymarin is a collective term for several strong substances including Silydianin, Silycristin and Silybin. In the Silymarin of milk thistle, Silybin is the strongest. Silymarin is the main substance found in milk thistle. This substance is capable of neutralizing toxins and therefore has a positive effect on the liver. Other substances found in milk thistle seeds include Histamine, Quercetin, Tyramin and Tannin. https://uniquepharmaceuticals.com/de/medizin/wellbutrin-rezeptfrei-kaufen/

     

     

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