Milk Thistle

Digestive Problems - Milk Thistle
An effective weapon against the pollutants which find their way into our bodies.
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Milk Thistle Tincture
Milk Thistle Tincture
1 x 50ml bottle$12.95
2 x 50 ml bottle$24.15
3 x 50 ml bottle$33.95

Milk Thistle (Silymarin) - Digestive support

Our herbal supplements are practitioner developed to be amongst the most effective on the market.

Notice dramatic improvements when using Milk Thistle tincture. We know this from the feedback we have gained from our loyal customers over the years. For such a benefit to your health and well being it’s worth giving it a go!

What is it?

Milk Thistle has been used for centuries to support the liver and improve digestion. Native to the Mediterranean, southern Russia, Asia and northern Africa, Milk Thistle's popularity outlines its beneficial properties as an effective weapon against pollutants, toxins and chemicals that damage our bodies.

These nasty chemicals derive from self-administered factors such as an over consumption of alcohol or environmental factors. Your liver is continually working to keep your body healthy and free of toxins that derive from these factors. With this support, your body will have a better chance of fighting the battle against those harmful chemicals.

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Lewtress Milk Thistle contains 334mg herb extract per ml. 

What are the benefits?

  • Aids digestion by stimulating the liver and gall bladder.
  • Can help protect against liver damage.
  • Combats pollutants, toxins and chemicals that damage our bodies.
  • 100% pure, natural ingredients.

Are there any side effects?

Milk Thistle is formulated with the finest, natural ingredients so that they help your body’s natural processes to work smoothly and healthily. Side effects with Milk Thistle are very rare.

Suggested intake: 20 drops 3 times a day.  May be diluted with a small amount of water.
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