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The use of this herb has been documented for numerous conditions affecting the lungs, liver, and kidneys for a long time. It is used for relieving headaches and improving memory by bringing oxygen to the brain. Blessed thistle also eases cramping and menopausal symptoms in women. Breastfeeding mothers may also benefit from it since it promotes milk production. The blessed thistle is traditionally used to treat diarrhea and indigestion, as well as to stimulate appetite. The herb is often applied directly to boils, abscesses, and other skin infections to speed up the healing process. It is bitter in taste. The plant is edible and contains cnicin, a compound that has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. Using Blessed Thistle can prevent or delay the onset of a cold, flu, or other viral infection.
Steep for tea and combine it with other herbs. You can grind it into powder for capsules.
You should use caution if you have allergies to plants belonging to the Asteraceae family.
These statements have not been authorized by Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition.
Net Wt. 1.5 oz (42.5g)