St. Mary’s Thistle 1:1
Serving Type: Oral Liquid
Available In Sizes: 500mL
This product is part of the BioCeuticals Herbal Extracts, a range recommended for practitioners qualified in herbal medicine. The BioCeuticals Herbal Extracts are designed for extemporaneous compounding and dispensing for an individual patient following a consultation.
Latin name: <i>Silybum marianum</i>
Common names: Milk thistle, holy thistle, silybum
Parts used: Fruit
St Mary’s thistle is an annual or biennial plant that grows anywhere from 30cm to 3m in height. Native to the Mediterranean and areas of south-western Europe, it is also naturalised throughout New Zealand and southern and eastern Australia. St Mary’s thistle grows in rocky areas and wastelands and is classified as a noxious weed in many areas as it is rapidly self-sowing, difficult to handle due to its sharp spikes, and difficult to control. The herb is robustly drought and frost resistant and quickly permeates large areas of land. Each stem of St Mary’s thistle bears a large purple flower surrounded by sharp spines. Its common name ‘milk thistle’ refers to its distinctive spiky, white-veined leaves that yield a sap when crushed and was believed to contain the Virgin Mary’s breast milk.
IngredientsEach 1mL contains herbal extract equiv. to dry:
|Silybum marianum (St Mary's Thistle) seed||1g|
Solvents: 65% organic cane ethanol, 28% mountain spring water, 7% organic glycerin.
INFORMATION FOR DISPENSING:
Recommended dose: 30-60mL per week.
Shake well before dispensing.
For practitioner compounding and dispensing only.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use if seal on cap is broken.
Store below 25°C away from direct sunlight.
Clinical TrialsNot Available
Additional Product Materials
Herbal Extracts Booklet
Publish Date: 2019-07-15To read more about our five herbal pillars, traditional manufacturing techniques and rigorous quality procedures, download our information booklet.
BioCeuticals Herbal Extracts: St. Mary's Thistle
Publish Date: 2019-07-25Monograph for St Marys thistle