The quality Silymarin Extracted By Ethanol is protective against liver damage caused by carbon tetrachloride, galactosamine, alcohols and other liver toxins Silymarin is an annual or biennial herb, 1.2 meters high. Stems erect, branched, ribbed. Rosette-like basal leaves and lower stem leaves have petioles, fully elliptic or oblanceolate, pinnately lobed to fully lobed, glabrous, thin in texture, with hard yellow needles on the margin or lobe margin and top. The flower head is larger, with branch ends, and the plant contains many flower heads, but does not form an obvious inflorescence arrangement. Involucre spherical or ovoid. The flowers are reddish-purple, rarely white. Achenes flattened, oblong, margin entire, without serrations. Flowering and fruiting period May-October.
The quality Silymarin Extracted By Ethanol is native to Western Europe and North Africa. China is cultivated in Shaanxi, Gansu, Heilongjiang and Hebei provinces. Likes warm and dry environment, avoids high temperature, likes cool and dry climate, has strong adaptability, does not have strict requirements on soil and water, and can be planted on sandy beach and saline-alkali land. Milk thistle has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, milk-producing, and hepatoprotective effects. It likes a cool and dry climate, has strong adaptability, and is not strict with soil and water requirements. It can be planted on sandy beaches and saline-alkali soils. Milk thistle is hardy and drought tolerant in warm and sunny environments. It can also withstand high temperature, the young buds can resist low temperature, and the seedling stage is relatively low temperature resistant, and it will not die at -8 degrees. Water pheasant, milk thistle, etc., are a kind of herbs widely distributed in all parts of my country. At the same time, it is also a common Chinese medicinal material in daily life. Pain, jaundice and other diseases have a good conditioning treatment effect. So, do you know what problems do we need to pay attention to in the use of milk thistle?
Efficacy and action of quality Silymarin Extracted By Ethanol: A biennial herb. Stems erect, 30-200 cm tall, much branched, smooth or covered with arachnid hairs, with longitudinal grooves. The leaves are alternate, the basal leaves are often flat on the ground, rosette-like, oblong-lanceolate, deeply or shallowly pinnately split, margin teeth with spikes, 40-80 cm long, 10.30 cm wide, bright green on the surface, milky white Striped, basal clasping; middle and upper leaves gradually smaller, upper leaves lanceolate. Capitulum 3-6 cm in diameter, solitary branch top, involucral broad spherical, leathery involucral bracts, apex with long spines; tubular flowers purplish red, light red or rarely white. Achenes oblong, dark brown or black. There are vertical stripes and white markings; the pappus is numerous, white, of unequal length, and the base is combined into a ring. The flowering period is May to June, and the fruiting period is June to July.