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The milk thistle is a tall, flowering plant with spiny stems and toothed, thorny leaves. Native to the Mediterranean, this plant can now be found throughout the world. It has been used for hundreds of year as a liver protectant and to support liver function and relieve digestive disturbances. Studies have been conducted since the 1970s on the plant’s medicinal properties, and increasing research continues today and on milk thistle’s physiological effects and therapeutic properties.
Turmeric is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial plant of the ginger family, Zingiberaceae. Natice to tropical South Asia, it needs temperatures between 20°C and 30°C, as well as a considerable amount of annual rainfall, to thrive.
Green Tea comes from a tea plant native to Asia call Camellia Sinensis, the same plant that is the source of black tea. What makes green tea different, and green, is not the plant used to make the tea, but how it is processed.
Ashwagandha grows as a short shrub with a central stem from which branches extend radially in a star pattern and covered with a dense matte of woolly hairs. The flowers are small and green, while the ripe fruit is orange-red and has milk-coagulating properties.
Bacoa extract is taken from the succulent leave of a small creeping plant commonly found growing throughout damp and marshy wetlands of India. This herb, with its small white flowers is often mistaken for a water lily, although the two are unrelated.
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