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High grade CAS No 65666-07-1 milk thistle extract 80% silymarin powder
milk thistle extract
Botanical Source/Other name
80% silymarin & silibin
Appearance: Yellow powder
Mesh size: 80 Mesh
Used Part: Seed
Grade: Food and Beverage, Healthcare products
Test Method: UV & TLC
The magical medicinal properties of milk thistle have been known for more than 2000 years. Its remedial benefits were documented as early as the 4th century B.C. It is also commonly known as lady’s thistle, holy thistle and St. Mary thistle. It is also called the “liver herb” due to its efficacy as a remedy against liver problems. It is an herbaceous plant that grows annually. It becomes 10 feet tall with purple and red flowers. Milk thistle is native to the southern part of Europe, North Africa, southern Russia and Asia Minor. It is also found in parts of North and South America. Milk thistle is well-known for an effective herbal treatment for various disorders of the liver. Europeans were among the first to make use of the seeds of this herb to treat liver problems. This herb is so named because of the milky substance that is derived from it when it is crushed. Research has shown that it has many beneficial properties that can be used to improve health and treat different ailments.
1. Helps Get Rid Of Pimples, Zits, Eczema And Acne
2. Radiant and Glowing Skin
3. Prevents Skin Flare-Ups
4. Hydrates And Softens Skin
5. Makes The Skin Clean And Clear
6. Prevents Skin Cancer And Photo-Aging
7. Delays Ageing
8.Milk Thistle Benefits For Hair.Prevents Hair Loss
9.Strengthens And Protects Hair Follicles
10. Repairs Existing Damage
11.Helps Recover From Cirrhosis
12.Treats Hepatitis That Is Caused Due To Viral Infection
13.Deals With Problem Of Menopause In Women
Milk thistle contains a bio-flavanoid complex that is called silymarin. It is the primary ingredient of the plant. It is also the active compound that gives the awesome milk thistle its medicinal properties. Silymarin is made up of 3 flavanoids:
1. Silybin, which is also known by the name ‘silibinin’.
2. Silydianin, which is also known by the name ‘silidianin’.
3. Silychristin, also known by the name ‘silicristin’.
The main flavanoid in silymarin is silybin, which makes up about 50% to 70% of milk thistle’s most important extract. Silybin has been studied clinically and researchers have found it to be the most beneficial and biologically-active component of silymarin