Brew Well to be Well
For maximum benefit, medicinal tea must be properly prepared. Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over a tea bag in a ceramic cup. Cover cup and steep 10 minutes. These steps directly influence the amount of beneficial compounds that will end up in your teacup! Gently squeeze the tea bag to release any remaining extract. Drink three to five cups daily. Sweeten with honey if desired.
|Serving Size 1 cup brewed tea|
|Servings Per Container 16|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Organic bitter fennel fruit||875.00 mg||**|
|Organic aniseed fruit||350.00 mg||**|
|Proprietary Blend||525.00 mg||**|
|Organic caraway fruit||**|
|Organic nettle herb||**|
|** Daily Value (DV) not established|
No Added Flavors
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Milk thistle extracts in capsules or tablets may be beneficial in preventing gallstones. In one study, silymarin (the active component of milk thistle) reduced cholesterol levels in bile,1 which is one important way to reduce gallstone formation. People in the study took 420 mg of silymarin per day.
Milk thistle is commonly found growing wild in a variety of settings, including roadsides. The dried fruit (also called achenes) are used to produce modern herbal extracts.
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