Related to the humble daisy and ragweed, milk thistle first appeared in Europe but arrived on US shores along with colonists. Now, it can be found across the continent, as well as in Africa, Australia and Asia. Often simply called ‘silymarin’ after its active ingredient, milk thistle is also known as blessed milk thistle, Mediterranean milk thistle, Mary thistle, Saint Mary’s thistle, Marian thistle, Scotch thistle and variegated thistle.Contact Us
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Frequently Asked Questions
Milk thistle is believed to have a range of potential health benefits for both humans and animals, some of which are covered in the ‘Uses’ section above.
Side effects are very rare, but can include bloating, itching, nausea and diarrhoea.