Milk Thistle Oil
The oil is produced from the seeds of milk thistle by cold pressing and is extracted as a result of high pressure with an oak press without thermal influence. Cold pressed milk thistle oil retains all useful substances and is not subjected to chemical processing. The resulting product is yellowish-green in color with a smell reminiscent of seeds or nuts.
Vitamins: P, A, D, E, D, K, B-complex;
Macro and microelements: Mg, Ca, Mn, Fe, Zn, Se, Cu, Cr, Al, V, B;
Essential fatty acids: Omega-6, Omega-9;
Cold pressed milk thistle oil contains essential oils, tyramine, histamine and flavonoids.
Milk thistle oil - benefits
Has a beneficial effect on the liver.
It activates metabolic processes and improves digestion.
Eliminates inflammation and has a healing effect.
Prevents hair loss.
Milk thistle oil - uses
One of the important properties of milk thistle oil is the search for epithelial action.
Milk thistle oil width at:
diseases of the gastrointestinal tract;
with liver diseases (cholangitis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, etc.);
treatment of diseases of the spleen and gallbladder;
disturbed work of the sex glands;
prevention of atherosclerosis.
This oil is not used in daily routine care, it is biologically active in cosmetic products. Most often, the oil is used in emergency cases - to treat burns and damaged skin areas, as an acceleration of healing. Also, the oil is used for dermatitis, psoriasis, acne, vitiligo. Milk thistle oil for hair is an excellent remedy for combating hair loss. When taken orally, prevents hair loss.
The oil is perfect as an additive to cold and warm dishes - salads, smoothies, snacks. In addition, it is often used in combination with other oils as a condiment. It should not be heat treated; it is recommended to add it to ready-made or chilled dishes.
Milk thistle oil - how to use
To maintain a healthy body - take 1 tbsp in the morning. l. 2-3 times daily before meals. Store in a cool place protected from sunlight. Use within 4 months from the date of manufacture.