What are the properties of Artichoke in supplements?

The properties of Artichoke

Artichoke is known as a unique source of minerals and vitamins. It is also full of active substances that accelerate the metabolism, enhance the functioning of the digestive tract, excretion of bile, and produce a mild diuretic effect. The effects are best observed through detoxication, regulating the level of water in the body and enhancing bile excretion. This is very important, given that enhanced bile excretion leads to a better metabolism of fat reserves, thus enabling the receptors in the brain to create an entirely different image of the body’s needs for food. The end result is eliminating the feeling of hunger, and avoiding compulsive overeating is the first step in the weight loss process.



The supplements containing Artichoke


Silymarin, Milk Thistle Extract with Artichoke & Dandelion, Double Strength, 300 mg, 200 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)Silymarin, Milk Thistle Extract with Artichoke & Dandelion, Double Strength, 300 mg, 200 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

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Silymarin, Milk Thistle Extract with Artichoke & Dandelion, Double Strength, 300 mg, 200 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Artichoke.
Silymarin (Silybum marianum), also known as Milk Thistle, has been used by traditional herbalists for centuries. Scientific studies have indicated that constituents in Silymarin may help to support healthy liver function. This vegetarian formula also includes Artichoke & Dandelion for additional...

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Artichoke - References & External links

Artichoke (Cynara Scolymus)

TBS Ingredient ID (TBSI ID):
NameFamily
Cynara ScolymusAsteraceae
NameCommon Names
Cynara ScolymusArtichoke Leaf, Artichoke Leaf Powder, Artichoke
Parts Used Medicinally:Leaves

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