THISTLE PLANT CUT IPHYM Herbalism Silybum marianum
Recommended in cases of liver failure, gallstones, asthma, hay fever, allergic headache, hives, varicose veins, hemorrhoids.
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THISTLE PLANT CUT Silybum marianum L. IPHYM Herbalism
Latin name: Silybum marianum L.
Common Names: Wild Artichokes, thistle, thistle marble thistle Notre Dame, hawthorn, milk Notre Dame Sibyl Mary
silybum silybon comes from the Greek, the name of a thistle whose leaves were consumed; marianum, in memory of Mary who dropped milk on leaves wanting to preserve jesus soldiers of Herod.
Parts used: Whole plant
Originally thorny herbaceous biennial plant that grows in waste places. It is found in southern Europe, North Africa, America and Asia
THISTLE properties MARIE PLANTE CUT
Milk thistle has many properties cholagogue, choleretic, anti-allergic, venous tonic, and styptic.
Indications and Uses THISTLE PLANT CUT
Milk thistle is indicated in cases of liver failure, Gilbert's syndrome, gallstones, asthma, hay fever, allergic headache, hives, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, variocele.
Stimulating the appetite of people anxious and stressed, milk thistle relieves disorders of the liver and spleen, relieves pain, facilitates intestinal transit decongestion of the vesicle. While balancing the solar plexus, it activates the function of the stomach. It fights various bleeding, hematuria, disorders of menopause with fibroid bleeding hemorrhoids, gallstones. The seed increases blood pressure, it's welcome after an operation or in hypotensive.
Dosage THISTLE PLANT CUT
1 tablespoon to 1/4 liter of boiling water.
Take 3 cups a day before meals.
Precautions THISTLE PLANT CUT
Recommended associations with THISTLE PLANT CUT
Botanical description THISTLE PLANT CUT
Pharmacology THISTLE PLANT CUT
The European Commission approved in 1989 the use of the extract standardized to 70% silymarin to treat liver poisoning and as adjuvant hepatitis and cirrhosis. In 2002, WHO recognized substantially the same uses.
Europeans generally consider that silymarin contains milk thistle is one of the most powerful hepatoprotective substances. Even in conventional medicine, it is used for the prevention and treatment of various disorders related to the liver: hepatitis, cirrhosis, gallstones, jaundice (jaundice) and hepatotoxic damage. In the opinion of clinicians who use it in their practice, silymarin can regenerate damaged tissue of the liver in addition to protecting the organ against the effects of natural toxins (mushrooms, snake bites, insect bites, alcohol, etc.) or synthetic (solvents, detergents, medicines, etc.). Silybin appears to be effective in the case of poisoning by Amanita phalloides.
Several preliminary tests, milk thistle have immunomodulatory effects. Further studies of this type suggest that silymarin may help prevent or fight various types of cancer
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