Cold pressed oil thistle

Cold pressed oil thistle

550 UAH
Volume: 200 ml

Description

Cold pressed milk thistle oil is a classic hepatoprotector and antioxidant. It improves metabolic processes in hepatocytes. Increases the resistance of hepatocytes to adverse environmental factors. These are ethyl alcohol and its metabolites, ionizing radiation, medicinal, viral, chemical, allergic hepatotoxins, which destroy and increase the permeability of cell membranes. Thus, milk thistle oil restores the physiological functions of hepatocytes.

This cold-pressed oil is a valuable dietary product and medicine that has long been used in folk medicine. Milk thistle properties have been known for over 2000 years. Even in ancient Rome, it was used to treat various poisonings, protect the liver and as a diuretic.

Indications for the use of milk thistle oil: chronic liver diseases of a viral, alcoholic, medicinal nature, toxic hepatitis. Cirrhosis and fatty degeneration of the liver. Peptic ulcer and duodenal ulcer, inflammation of the esophagus (esophagitis). Heartburn, acute and chronic gastritis, periodontal disease and stomatitis. Biliary dyskinesia, cholecystitis. In proctology for hemorrhoids, anal fissures. Chronic colitis, constipation. For gynecological diseases, cervical erosion. Skin damage, chemical and thermal burns, non-healing wounds.

Composition of cold pressed milk thistle seed oil.

Effect:

Reparative, anti-inflammatory, restores the epithelium, stabilizes the membranes of liver cells. Flavonoids of milk thistle oil stimulate the liver to synthesize proteins, form cholates, generate energy, and simulate immunity. As well as lipotropic and detoxifying functions of the liver. Cold pressed milk thistle oil improves blood circulation, stimulates the secretion of bile, and makes women feel better in menopause. It normalizes the function of the large intestine, promotes regular bowel movements, and acts as an effective laxative. The hypoglycemic effect of milk thistle oil helps to reduce the need for insulin in diabetes mellitus. Antiallergic, oncoprotective, detoxifying.

Systematic use of this cold-pressed oil stimulates the liver to produce glutathione. And it is a powerful natural antioxidant. It protects the liver from the negative effects of alcohol, toxins, poisons, drugs, allergens, viruses, radiation, and toxins. Flavonoids of milk thistle oil regulate the tone of capillaries, reduce their fragility, improve microcirculation in tissues. They also have the ability to expand the coronary vessels of the heart, increase the contractility of the myocardium. Regular intake of the drug helps to inhibit the synthesis of acetaldehyde, a toxic intermediate product formed when ethyl alcohol is taken. This reduces the toxicity of ethyl alcohol and its negative effect on liver cells and the whole body.

Method of application and dosage: 1 tsp. 3 times a day for 30 minutes. before meals, with a pronounced laxative effect, the dose can be reduced. In chronic colitis, intestinal atony to obtain a soft regular emptying of the intestine, increase the dose from 2 tsp to 1 tbsp. l. 2-3 times a day until the desired effect occurs.

Local application: for insect bites, bruises in the form of applications, compresses. In proctology and urology in the form of microclysters. In gynecology in the form of tampons soaked in milk thistle oil. In case of trophic lesions of the skin, burns, diseases of the mucous membrane of the oral cavity, gums, applications are made to the affected areas of the skin. It should be combined with the intake of milk thistle oil inside 1-2 hours L. 3 times a day.

Contraindications: individual intolerance, acute abdominal pathology, such as appendicitis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis, attacks of renal and hepatic colic, reflux disease, diarrhea.

Volume 200 ml.