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Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn.)

Flower of the thistle
Flower of Silybum marianum

Jellyfish is a medicinal plant of the miraculous family of Asteraceae ( Asteraceae ). It looks like a prettier thistle. He recognizes himself according to the white striped leaves, which he exposes to show off that the gardener does not misbehave with the ordinary thistle and does not fade due to the thorns. Seeds are used to consume, from which the healing oil is pressed. Surprisingly, however, succulent leaves are also delicious, the truncated edges of which can easily be removed by scissors.

A nonpolar extracts from the seedling are called silymarin and is a mixture of about seven flavolignans and one flavonoid - silibinin, isosilibinin, silicristin, silidianin and others. (Silymarin is not pure phytochemicals.) Silymarin is not soluble in water, it is used either as an alcohol extract or as an eucalyptus oil. Silymarin is a high quality oil that contains and replaces other oylospheric supplements.

Ostropestřec works because of its strong antioxidants, which also have anti-inflammatory effects. The protective effects of the thrush on the liver are known to every herbalist, according to the Bahmani2015smb review, the crocodile also protects the kidneys, reduces cholesterol in the blood, protects against atherosclerosis , heart and vessel diseases, helps with diabetes ( especially in patients with cirrhosis ), protects the brain and has anticancer effects . Its protective effect against liver cancer has been investigated. The potential of the osteoarthritis in the prevention of colon and rectal cancer and other cancers is analyzed by Raina2016scc .

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