Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Milk Thistle Extract Capsules Review

I have loved milk thistle for some time.  They are wonderful in repairing your liver!  Did you know that your liver is the only organ you can fully repair?  That is amazing.  If you drink I recommend you take a milk thistle supplement to help repair the damage.  Have liver issues like my son who was born with jaundice and liver and kidney issues?  He is a bit too young to take this but you can if you are an adult.  It really does help the damage our bodies occur on a daily basis.  I have tried this product by Vita Pure for a few weeks now and like just as much as any other milk thistle I have tried. 

Do you already take milk thistle? What Brand?  Why do you take it? I really want to know. I love hearing others stories.

Milk thistle is perfect for removing toxins and healing your liver.

Want to learn a little more about Milk Thistle? Below is quoted from WebMD

milk thistle Overview Information
Milk thistle is a plant. The above ground parts and seeds are used to make medicine. The seeds are more commonly used.

Milk thistle is used most often for liver disorders, including liver damage caused by chemicals, Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning, jaundice, chronic inflammatory liver disease, cirrhosis of the liver, and chronic hepatitis. Nevertheless, researchers have not yet concluded with certainty that milk thistle is effective for any of these uses.

Milk thistle is also used for loss of appetite, heartburn (dyspepsia), and gallbladder complaints.

Some people use milk thistle for diabetes, hangover, diseases of the spleen, prostate cancer, malaria, depression, uterine complaints, increasing breast milk flow, allergy symptoms, and starting menstrual flow.

In foods, milk thistle leaves and flowers are eaten as a vegetable for salads and a substitute for spinach. The seeds are roasted for use as a coffee substitute.

Milk thistle gets its name from the milky sap that comes out of the leaves when they are broken. The leaves also have unique white markings that, according to legend, were the Virgin Mary’s milk. Don’t confuse milk thistle with blessed thistle (Cnicus benedictus).

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Joanne Smith is the head blogger for Mom In Nebraska. She currently resides in Omaha, NE. with her family. She has a wonderful miracle *her Autistic son Timmy that loves electronics.* Joanne has worked in customer service her whole life and loves it. She worked hard in College and studied a wide variety of subjects from Biology, Chem, Web Design, Early Childhood Education and much more. Now she is a SAHM, Blogger and Homeschooler. Next task for Joanne is trying to take over the world..... or at least her little part of it.