Milk Thistle Extract (Anti Hepatitis)

From the ancient Greek era, the properties of Milk Thistle were known to improve liver and bile dysfunctions. Milk Thistle extracts have been used as traditional herbal remedies for almost 2000 years and its extract is still widely used to protect the liver against toxins and to control chronic liver diseases Milk Thistle, due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant effects, improves Hepatitis and Cirrhosis of the liver, preventing the growth of cancer cells, the death of cells and the formation of gallstones. Milk Thistle increases the synthesis of DNA and ribosomes, resulting in increased protein production and production of new liver cells. On the other hand, liver inflammation is reduced by inhibiting the function of liver Kupffer cells, including decreasing Nitric oxide production and reducing the synthesis of leukotrienes, especially Leukotriene B4.

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Anti Hepatitis

The liver has an important role in many body reactions such as protein production, blood clotting, and metabolism of cholesterol, glucose (sugars)and iron. There are different types of liver diseases. Fatty liver, hepatitis, and cirrhosis of the liver are examples of liver disease. Hepatitis symptoms remove or Hepatitis treatment by using anti-Hepatitis drugs, is a choice.

Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver tissue, and inflame liver cells by infections. It is a viral infection that is largely transmitted by eating or drinking infected water. Hepatitis A causes acute liver inflammation. Hepatitis A vaccine can prevent infections caused by it. Washing your hands, especially before preparing food, is the best way to prevent Hepatitis A transmission. This is particularly important for those working in restaurants and food industries.

Hepatitis B can move through contact with infected body fluids (intravenous drug use, blood transfusion, and unprotected sex), causing acute infections.

Hepatitis C causes chronic Hepatitis. There may be no symptoms of this virus. Hepatitis C is transmitting through contact with infected body fluids (intravenous drug use, blood transfusion, and unprotected sex.

Hepatitis D is caused by a virus needed to stay alive at the same time a Hepatitis B infection. It is transmitting through contact with infected body fluids (intravenous drug use, blood transfusion, and unprotected sex.

Hepatitis E is a viral infection that is can move mainly by eating or drinking water contaminated by infected feces.

 

Milk Thistle, herbal hepatitis treatment

Milk Thistle is one of the known herbs in the treatment of liver disease. The root and leaf extract of Milk Thistle is a white liquid. Currently, companies use Milk Thistle in the form of capsules and syrup and use to prevent the aggravation of hepatic disorders. Milk Thistle inhibits of free radicals and prevents cell destruction. Fortunately, there is no significant side effect by using Milk Thistle.

Milk Thistle has many effects in the prevention and treatment of liver diseases. Milk Thistle which is a strong antioxidant protects the body from the cell damage caused by free radicals.

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* Help to treat hepatitis and cirrhosis
* Antioxidant

Oral drop 30 ml

Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) extract

silybin, silicristin

Take at list 20 drops in water, tea, coffee or juice, 4 times a day, preferably half an hour before meals.

* People who are allergic to plants in the asteraceaeavoid using this product.
* Keep out of reach of children.

* This product is pure, natural extracts of silymarin plant and in order to maintain its full properties and compliance with consumer health, it is not used any additives and flavorings (such as sugar) in this product. Thus, in the case using it be difficult, it may be used with some other liquid.
* Store at room temperature (15-30ºC).
* Protect from direct light and heat.
* Keep out of the reach of children.

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