Key Benefits Of Milk Thistle Oil

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The plant that is responsible for the production of milk thistle oil is pointy and purple. Its scientific name is Silybum marianum, and it is found in certain parts of California. The ways in which this plant, and its oil, can be of benefit to you may be surprising. There are several ways in which this oil can be helpful externally and internally. Milk thistle has so many important components that should not be overlooked. Here are a few of the key benefits associated with milk thistle oil.

Liver Detoxification

One of the key aspects of milk thistle is its ability to be a helpful liver aid and an amazing detoxifier. The liver and its function is central to our overall health and safety. When the liver gets bogged down by stress, alcohol or bad foods, its functioning can be impeded. Milk thistle helps to properly remove the toxins and is even credited with protecting the liver from heavy metals in water supplies as well as air pollution. All of these aspects that we don't generally think about can hinder our organs and health if we are not mindful. Applying some milk thistle oil to your right side can help to provide your liver with needed assistance.

Prevents Gallstones

In almost the same manner in which it helps the liver, the gallbladder is also protected and defended in the presence of milk thistle. While the liver is the most important digestive organ, the gallbladder works alongside it to ensure that the production of bile and enzymes happen in just the correct way so that the gastrointestinal system runs exactly how it should.

Thistle is also known to help break down the presence of gallstones or kidney stones, which are small, crystallized salt composites that can sometimes develop in those organs and cause a lot of pain. The same external application of the milk thistle oil on the gallbladder is suggested.

Increases Skin Health

We sometimes forget about our skin and the need to keep it healthy. With the constant focus on diet and exercise in an effort to improve our internal health, we can shirk our responsibilities where the skin is concerned. There is a component called silmarin that is present in milk thistle oil that helps to inhibit the UV light-induced oxidative stress that causes skin to potentially become weak and more susceptible to skin cancer. Applying a couple of drops of milk thistle oil to your skin will help to mitigate the strong UV light exposure it often gets.

Reduces Signs Of Aging

The presence of antioxidants within milk thistle oil helps to protect the skin from free radical damage. This removes pollutants from the skin and helps to eliminate and lessen signs of aging. No one wants to look old before their time and without properly caring for the skin, age can sometimes show on the face. Wrinkles, laugh lines, sagging skin and age spots are no match for the potent kick of milk thistle oil. 

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Founder Ray Spotts has a passion for all things natural and has made a life study of nature as it relates to health and well-being. Ray became a forerunner bringing products to market that are extraordinarily effective and free from potentially harmful chemicals and additives. For this reason Ray formed Trusted Health Products, a company you can trust for clean, effective, and healthy products. Ray is an organic gardener, likes fishing, hiking, and teaching and mentoring people to start new businesses. You can get his book for free, “How To Succeed In Business Based On God’s Word,” at www.rayspotts.com.

 


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