Botanical Name: Silybum marianum
Plant Part Used: Whole Plant
Processing Method: Extraction
Milk thistle is derived from the plant milk thistle and many consider it for herbal remedies. The thorny plant bears distinctive white veins and purple flowers. The plant is typically grown in the Mediterranean countries. As per traditional stories, they were created when the Virgin Mary’s drop of milk fell into the leaves of this plant. The bioactive constituent present in milk thistle is silymarin known to possess antiviral properties.
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