Mode of application
1 capsule 3 times a day with meals
One capsule contains:
Silymarin (milk thistle standardized extract 80% silymarin flavonoids (fruits and seeds) – 300 mg
Dandelion (Dandelion Root Extract) (Taraxacum officinale) (4: 1) root – 100 mg
Artichoke (extract) (Cynara scolymus) (Leaf) (standardizing Sinarin 2%) – 50 mg
Effects on the body
It accelerates the regeneration of liver cells.
Some toxins disrupt cell membranes lipids like free radicals. Silymarin is able to inhibit the enzyme that enhances the process of peroxidation, which makes it ideal for protecting the liver from the harmful effects of alcohol, cigarette smoke, drugs and other toxic substances.
It reduces the content of bilirubin.
Reduces liver function abnormalities occurring in workers engaged in the manufacture of pesticides, stop the damaging effects of silica dust, affecting the respiratory tract. In addition, silymarin is highly effective in the case of liver damage caused by the heavy metals contained in the water, air, food.
It enhances the outflow and secretion of bile.
Improves skin condition with liver diseases
Viral and alcoholic hepatitis.
Protection from alcohol, smoking, overeating.
Working in hazardous industries and in unfavorable environmental conditions.
Cirrhosis of the liver, fatty, liver damage as a result of chemical poisoning, the destruction of liver certain medications, as well as a protective means when working with harmful substances and in unfavorable environmental conditions.
Correction of lipid metabolism disorders.
individual intolerance components, pregnancy, lactation, acute inflammatory diseases of the liver and biliary tract, acute holetsistoangioholit with lesions of the intrahepatic bile ducts; hypersensitivity.
Silymarin even at high doses is not dangerous and is not toxic. In humans, particularly large doses sometimes cause more diarrhea. Perhaps this is due to the property of silymarin and enhance the outflow of bile into the intestinal tract. Laxative action stops completely while reducing dose reception “silymarin”. In order to prevent this effect, it is recommended to take a certain type of dietary fiber, putting out the bile – “Plantain + Pectin”.
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Silymarin (Silybum marianum), is known as the Milk (Milk Thistle), it has been used for thousands of years to treat liver diseases. The beneficial effects of this plant on the liver caused by silymarin – a substance which is part of a thistle. Silymarin affects the liver in two ways: firstly, it reinforces the cell membrane, and secondly, promotes the formation of new cells. In addition, Silymarin has antioxidant properties. Biologically active food supplement Silymarin has a positive effect on the liver, protecting it from exposure to toxic substances, alcohol and other adverse factors. It interacts with the free radicals in the liver and transforms them into less toxic compounds, interrupting the process of lipid peroxidation; prevent further destruction of cellular structures. The damaged hepatocytes stimulates the synthesis of the structural and functional proteins and phospholipids (due to a specific stimulation of RNA polymerase A), stabilizes the cell membranes and prevents the loss of cellular components (transaminase) accelerates the regeneration of liver cells.
Taraxacum officinale. The most active compounds are Eudesmanolid Germakranolid and which are more in the nature do not occur anywhere. It also contains significant amounts of vitamins A, C and B complex; B-sitosterol, stigmasterol, minerals iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, copper, calcium, boron, silicon, and sulfur.
Increases detoksikatsonnuyu function of the liver, has a choleretic effect and helps in constipation. In the world it is widely used to treat various diseases of the liver and gall bladder.
Artichoke contains kofeilhinnye acid (caffeic acid derivatives), flavonoids and bitter substances. The greatest medicinal value are silymarin, kofeilhinnye acid contained in all parts of the plant. One of the derivatives of these acids is tsinarin. The artichoke contains protein, carbohydrates, ascorbic acid, vitamins A, C, B1, B2, carotene, minerals, especially potassium salts and aromatic substances giving a characteristic artichoke taste. The high content of inulin in the artichoke pulp accounts for its inclusion in the diet of diabetics. Silymarin and other bioflavonoids artichoke have the effect of liver diseases and help protect the body from the ravages of kidney toxins possess cleansing properties. During severe intoxication should be taken artichoke, artichoke unnecessarily destroys the toxins. Recently, the artichoke flower buds was discovered tsimarin similar in properties with silymarin. Artichoke is recommended to anyone with skin problems, someone who smokes, uses alcohol or living in a polluted environment. Artichoke hardly absorbs lead and mercury, even if growing on the ground with their contents. In Russia, the artichoke began to use from the XVIII century as a tool that can “cure jaundice, swelling, pain in the joints, clean the clogged liver and kidneys.”