#VashtieVitals: Why You Should Be Using Milk Thistle & The Importance Of Having A Healthy Liver

Many people have used a plant called Milk Thistle. Milk thistle is a prickly purple plant with white veins. The ingredient from milk thistle is the collective compound called “silymarin”. Silymarin is known to have antioxidant, anti inflammatory, and antiviral properties with each plant holding about 60-80% of the silymarin.

Love Your Liver

Our liver is an important part of our organ system and many of us take it for granted because of its ability to regenerate. The liver receives about 30% of our blood circulation every minute that removes toxins and stores essential nutrients — also called, metabolism. Our livers basically act as our defensive line; fighting all of the toxic junk we intake and protecting our blood and body from the chemicals.

On a daily basis, most of us take in many unhealthy ingredients from food, to alcohol, and even medication. As harmful as these things can be to our body, some people suffer from severe liver disease and cancers. Once our liver begins to deteriorate, it’s difficult for it to regain its strength and ability to work correctly again. To make sure we don’t experience any of these complications, we often have to help our liver and cleanse it.

Milk Thistle And Your Liver

Milk Thistle is a natural plant that is often used as a therapy agent for people who suffer from any kind of liver complications. There are studies that show improvement in liver function for diseases and reduces liver inflammation and damage. As with everything you add to your lifestyle, research and medical consulting is recommended. Be sure to ask a medical professional for the correct dosage for your body.

Milk Thistle And Your Brain

Known for the positive benefits milk thistle does for the liver, it’s also been used as a remedy for age related brain function such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. The anti inflammatory and antioxidant properties could prevent the decline in brain function as you get older. Although the benefits are still in the testing stage, many health experts have hopes in this plant will become a beneficial effect on many diseases and disease prevention.

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