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Top 5 Signs of Milk Thistle Deficiency

Thursday, 20 Jan 2011 02:22 PM

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Milk thistle is a plant known by various names - St. Mary’s Thistle, Carduus marianus, Silybum marinaum, and Holy Thistle.  Milk thistle effects on the liver have been known for over two thousand years. It is only recently that the dried form of the fruit has become immensely popular as an herbal supplement. Silymarin is a flavanoid extracted from the seeds of the milk thistle. Among the well-known benefits of milk thistle are its antioxidant properties.
 
Five signs of milk thistle deficiency are:
1. Liver dysfunctions like jaundice
2. Inflammation of the kidneys and bladder
3. Anemia
4. Jaundice
5. Polycystic ovarian syndrome
 
One of the top signs of milk thistle deficiency is liver dysfunction.  Antioxidant supplements containing milk thistle reduce this condition. Clinical tests show that milk thistle detox helps in the treatment of liver dysfunction.  This is why milk thistle is important. In order to protect the liver from potential diseases and other related ailments, it is advisable to have at least one hundred to two hundred milligrams of milk thistle. Take the phosphotidylchoine-silymarin complex twice a day for the best results. This milk thistle dosage will help your liver stay healthy. Inflammation of the kidneys and bladder may also be a sign of milk thistle deficiency.
 
Milk thistle detox protects the body from an overload of iron, excess alcohol consumption, certain types of radiation, and the common drug aspirin. It is a natural chelating agent of iron and this intrinsic property is used in the treatment of blood disorders like thalassemia.  

Anemia is another sign of milk thistle deficiency. As there are many variants of anemia that differ in their origin per medical terminology, relevant medical tests suggested by a physician will help determine if the specific type of anemia is due to milk thistle deficiency and inadequate milk thistle effects.

Another sign of milk thistle deficiency is jaundice. Milk thistle dosage of a hundred and twenty milligrams of silymarin a day will address the problem.  Patients can increase the dosage from the recommended twice per day to three times a day to speed up the process of recovery. Polycystic ovarian syndrome can also be a sign of milk thistle deficiency.  The milk thistle dosage for a milk thistle detox needs to be prescribed by a doctor.

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