Milk Thistle herb is also know as Holy thistle and Lady's Milk. The powerful healing force of this herb lies in its seed.
This attractive thistle member of the Aster family is easily recognized by it's purple head and mottled white areas in its leaves.
It is used for those who have
I have also started using this herb for cleansing my kidneys. During the night, I often wake up to go to the bathroom which disrupts my sleep leaving me tired the next day. Since I started taking milk thistle, I may wake up only once at night and am not as tired the next day.
It is very effective in eliminating the fatty deposits plus poisons and congestion in the liver and detoxing and regenerating the liver and kidneys.
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It is recommended to drink 40 drops of this powerful liquid tincture with juice or water daily for maintenance and protection of the liver.
To correct any of the above conditions, you can use up to 80 drops per day. An equal amount can be rubbed externally into the liver area of the abdomen as well as taken internally.
Apply Milk Thistle over the area of the liver under the ribs in front from one side of the body to the other.
For more serious cases, do the following:
Repeat this procedure each night until well.
With this treatment, it is very important to follow a bowel maintenance program, read best colon cleansing which will produce 2, preferably 3 bowel movements a day. It is necessary to eliminate all the toxic wastes and poisons that this herb flushes from the liver. This bowel program will prevent nausea.
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