There is no denying that milk thistle (Silybum marianum) possesses a wealth of benefits, especially the potent properties that promote liver health. Besides, some natural practitioners believe that this herb has a beneficial effect on testosterone levels. This is the reason why it is found in quite a few testosterone-boosting supplements. So, does milk thistle boost testosterone? It is worth mentioning that currently the studies on milk thistle and testosterone level have produced a mixed bag of results. Continue reading Does Milk Thistle Increase Testosterone?
In modern society no doubt your detoxification systems are easily overloaded for increased toxin exposure. As the primary detoxification organ, your liver has to work harder these days. For that reason, toxic buildup in this organ is becoming more and more common. No wonder now it is a trendy way to do a liver detox. Although some good lifestyle options, for example regular exercise and the consumption of a healthy diet, can help reduce the burden of this organ to some extent, it is not enough. In this case, you need some helpers to do the job. And milk thistle can be a good choice because medicinally it has been used for 2,000 years. And today, it is commonly used to prevent hangovers, lower cholesterol, treat a variety of liver problems, help with weight loss, benefit diabetes, and so on. Continue reading Does Milk Thistle Cleanse Your Liver?
If you don’t drink alcohol at all, you won’t experience hangovers. So, in a sense not drinking to excess is the best prevention for a hangover. Besides, avoiding cheap alcohol and drinking water or snacking at the same time can help reduce the effects of alcohol too. However, these mentioned tips won’t be helpful after a heavy night of drinking alcohol. In this case, you need something else to get rid of the unwelcome side effect of boozy excesses. And milk thistle can be an ideal option since it has long been credited as a hangover cure. So, does this herb really work? Continue reading Does Milk Thistle Work for A Hangover?
Milk thistle (Silymarin Marianum) is commonly thought of as a prickly weed. However，this is an herbaceous plant with amazing ability for liver detoxification. It is worth mentioning that it has more than 2000-year history of medicinal use. When it comes to weight control, it shows potential as weight-loss treatment in some ongoing studies. And a chemical called silymarin is considered the key, active ingredient in helping lose belly fat. Continue reading Milk Thistle to Lose Weight