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A Vogel Milk Thistle Complex Herbal Tincture is a seed extract combined with Dandelion, Globe Artichoke, Peppermint and dried Boldo leaves for an effective and powerful supplement. This complex is traditionally used for detoxification and for liver support.

The main constituent of Milk Thistle appears to be the substance known as Silymarin, which is able to perform a unique act directly on the cells of the liver - producing a liver-protecting effect.

What is Silymarin?
Silymarin is able to prevent liver cell damage - liver cell damage can result in a number of wanted symptoms - through stimulating the function and regeneration of liver cells. These factors are important in overall health, with the liver acting as the most important avenue for the elimination of toxins found within the body.

 

 

Alfred Vogel was a Swiss pioneer of natural health. Throughout his life, he championed the use of natural remedies in healthcare. Love of nature and the belief in its healing powers were at the heart of his work, and his legacy lives on in the range of herbal remedies which bear his name.

A. Vogel is based on one of the core principles of Alfred Vogel - that health requires a holistic approach. A balanced lifestyle, a healthy diet and natural healing products play key roles in maintaining and restoring health.

Alfred Vogel made his preparations from freshly picked plants. The extra effort put into using fresh produce is what still distinguishes A Vogel from its competitors today. A Vogel products are manufactured using methods that are as close to nature as possible, using a sustainable approach to natural resources.

A. Vogel Milk Thistle Complex Herbal Tincture 100ml

£20.99Price
  • Contains the tinctures of fresh Cynara scolymus* (Artichoke) leaves 46%, Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle) dried fruit 32%, fresh Taraxacum officinalis* (Dandelion) herb and root 12%, Peumus boldus (Boldo) dried leaf 7% and fresh Mentha piperita* (Peppermint) leaves 3%.
    Alcohol content: 62% v/v
    * Organically grown.

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