Milk thistle (silymarin) is generally known to be flowering Herbal plant associated to daisy and ambrosia family. It receives their unique name because out of milky white in color fluid which comes out of leaves if they crushed. Their blossoms are generally red-purple. The stout plant has massive, glossy green leaves. Herbal plant is originally out of Mediterranean, but currently expands wild in Europe, Asia, North and South America. Milk thistle spreads quickly and is considered as a weed in certain regions of the world. It grows quickly, in just a year.
Milk thistle has already been used medically as early as the 4th century BC. Its actual usage in dealing with the liver disorders dates back to the 1700s. Milk Thistle produced efficient herbal antioxidants that can protect the human body from damages caused by nerve damage, aging, and cancer. It can be utilized safely and efficiently with a wide range of men and women, including pregnant and breastfeeding women. But some individuals can have a rash caused by coming in touch with milk thistle plants. Today, milk thistle is still one of the most commonly used medicinal plants in the world and is also the number one recommended natural herb for the liver health