If you’re after a natural product that’ll lend a helping hand to your liver look no further than our range of milk thistle supplements. Milk thistle has been used for centuries and could be a great addition to your weekly wellbeing routine!
Milk thistle is a prickly plant bursting with vibrant purple flowers that’s native to warm Mediterranean countries. Closely related to the daisy, it gets its name from the unusual white veins on its leaves which, legend has it, were caused by splashes of milk from the Virgin Mary.
Thanks to its incredible benefits, its no wonder why milk thistle has been used for centuries and is still a popular herbal today. Why not take milk thistle tablets to:
Support your liver - Milk thistle contains high levels of an active ingredient called silymarin which protects and maintains liver function and contributes to the detoxifying potential of this organ; a great option if you are looking to detox after a night out.
Digestion – A hearty meal shouldn’t have to always end in indigestion! Milk thistle fruit extracts are used to relieve the symptoms associated with occasional over indulgence of food and drink such as indigestion and upset stomach. This is based on traditional use only.
Remember that all herbal remedies can have side effects, so it’s always best to consult a medical professional before you start taking any new supplement. Currently expecting a little one? It’s best to steer clear of milk thistle supplements until you’ve given birth.
Why not check out our complete range of milk thistle supplements below and select an option to suit your exact health and wellbeing needs? From traditional milk thistle capsules to milk thistle effervescent tablets which you dissolve in water, there’s plenty of options containing this wonderful herb!
Milk Thistle is a common weed with a distinctive white marking on its leaves, and the plant puts out adistinctive purple flowering heads. Milk Thistle tablets provide support to ease the symptoms of over-indulgence of food and drink such as indigestion and an upset stomach (based on traditional use only)