Milk Thistle Oil - 250 ml

Oleum Silybum marianum

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Milk Thistle Oil (Oleum Silybum marianum) is indispensable for cleansing organism and for anyone with any sort of liver dysfunction or exposure to toxins.

It is used in liver disease treatment - alcoholic hepatitis, alcoholic fatty liver, cirrhosis, liver poisening and viral hepatitis... 


Milk Thistle Oil (cold pressed), tocopherol antioxidant, antioxidant extracts from rosemary (E392).

Energy value per 100 g: 3.696 kJ/899 kcal.

Nutrition per 100g: protein content 0g, carbohydrate 0g, fat 99.9g


Store in cool and dark place. After opening, use within two months.

Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum) originates from the Mediterranean, Front Asia and the Canary Islands. In our country there is almost no wildlife. An effective drug is contained in leaves but mainly in seeds.
Milk Thistle is used for healing purposes since ancient Greece and Rome.
Its effectiveness is largely based on a complex of three ingredients known under the generic name SILYMARIN, an irreplaceable complex of sugars, fats and proteins, flavonolignans, amino acids, essential oils and magnesium.
The berries are used to prevent liver fatigue and health problems caused by liver inflammation, and as a supportive product in the fight against a wide range of diseases.
A number of industrial products and medicines, including oil that has the highest concentration of active substances, are manufactured from the fruit of the Milk Thistle.

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Healing effects

The main healing effect of this plant is the ability to strengthen the liver - one of the most important organs of the human body. It protects by controlling the consumption of glutathione, a compound similar to amino acids, which is essential for detoxification processes, in addition, it promotes the formation of new healthy liver cells that gradually replace old and damaged cells.
It also mitigates a number of serious liver diseases, including viral infections and cirrhosis . In cancer patients, Milk Thistle reduces the possibility of liver damage by chemotherapy.
It calms the inflammation and can slow down skin cell proliferation during psoriasis (psoriasis). Beneficial endometriosis , the most common cause of female infertility , may also be beneficial. Milk Thistle favors bile stones as it improves the drainage of the bile - cholesterol-digested juice - from the liver to the intestines where it helps to digest fats. Its seeds, especially the oil, are considered to be the best liver medicine at all. This, as a vital organ, suffers from a bad diet with a lot of saturated fats, additives, nitrates, alcohol, and synthetic drugs. Together with the liver heals the gallbladder (as soon as a person has problems with the gallbladder, signaling the bad condition of the liver) and some other diseases of the digestive tract.
The flavonolignans silybin, silydianin and silychristin (silycristin, silykristin), which are collectively called Silymarin, are mainly responsible for the healing effects of Milk Thistle. These substances bind to the membranes of liver cells to prevent the entry of toxic substances into the liver tissue. In addition, they promote regeneration of damaged liver cells, strengthen the immune system, and act as powerful antioxidants .
It is used above all for liver , such as jaundice, cirrhosis or various poisonings, whether due to intoxication with alcohol, drugs, industrial poisons or fungi. Experimentally, Silymarin has been tested in all these cases not only to speed up the recovery of liver tissue but also to increase survival rate (eg after swallowing). In addition, the drug affects the formation of bile and hence the entire metabolism.
The fact that Milk Thistle is a real giant and its therapeutic value proves his other possibilities of application. The drug corrects blood circulation , benefits at low blood pressure , tonifies blood vessels, has a beneficial effect on the heart, helps with migraines and dizziness.
Helps treat infectious mononucleosis, EBV, liver disease, drug poisoning, and eliminate the unpleasant consequences of chemotherapy

Boosts the body, treats various kinds of allergies such as urticaria or hay fever, helps with asthma attacks and removes nausea while traveling.
Milk Thistle Oil

  • has anti-inflammatory, epithelial and healing effects
  • it's an effective hepatoprotectant
  • prevents the absorption of toxic compounds that enter the body along with water and diet
  • protects the organism from the devastating effect of chemical compounds
  • purifies the organism from toxins

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Active substances

Milk Thistle Oil is a valuable dietetic product. The prophylactic properties of the oil are associated with the components contained therein:

  • flavonolignans silybin, silydianin and silychristine (silycristin, silykristine) - in total Silymarin
  • protein (about 27%)
  • edible oil (about 30%) composed of linoleic acid, oily and unsaturated fatty acids
  • biogenic amines tyramine and histamine
  • amino acids
  • sugars
  • kvercetin
  • dehydroflavonol taxibolin
  • vitamin E in an amount of about 500 to 800 mg / kg
  • chlorophyll
  • tocopherols
  • complex of polyunsaturated acids
  • vitamin F

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Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, hepaprotective, immunostimulatory.

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Recommended at

  • liver cirrhosis
  • fatty liver dystrophy, liver poisoning
  • viral hepatitis
  • alcoholic hepatitis
  • liver disease due to alcohol use
  • adrenal disorders
  • inflammatory bowel syndrome
  • alcoholic fatty liver
  • ulcerative stomach and duodenal disease
  • acute and chronic gastritis
  • cholecistocholangitis
  • biliary dyskinesia
  • paradontosis and stomatitis
  • skin and burns (chemical, thermal)
  • metabolism disorders
  • bad healing wounds
  • psoriasis
  • reducing cholesterol
  • protecting the liver while taking strong medication
  • Candida
  • food allergies

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Hepatic impairment by alcohol

Milk Thistle significantly improves liver function in alcoholic liver disease. Patients with a mild form of illness are best treated.

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Viral hepatitis

Milk Thistle is used to treat hepatitis (especially hepatitis C) because it increases the activity of liver enzymes.

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High cholesterol

Silymarin (active ingredient in Milk Thistle) works effectively to reduce cholesterol levels of probucol, and significantly increases HDL ("good") cholesterol.

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The active substances in Milk Thistle have anticancer effects. Silymarin has strong antioxidant properties and has been shown to inhibit the growth of prostate, breast and cervical cancer cells.

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Usage and dosing

One teaspoon 2-3 times a day in noheat-cooked dishes or for direct consumption. The oil is not made from genetically modified plants.

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Side effects

Milk Thistle does not have any side effects even at long-term using. It is not recommended for use only during pregnancy and at high blood pressure. It is not intended for children under 3 years of age.

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REMEMBER: Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.