Milk Thistle Seed - Whole, Organic

Herbs: Milk Thistle seed - Whole, Organically Grown

Latin Name: Silybum marianum
Origin: Bulgaria

Milk Thistle Seed is one of the strongest liver protectors available.


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Milk Thistle tincture
by Angela on Nov 2, 2013

I just made a milk thistle tincture in vodka, but in retrospect have two questions. Should I grind the seeds first or put them in whole? Does it matter what proof vodka it is?
Thanks,

    Re: Milk Thistle tincture
    by Bulk Herb Store on Nov 6, 2013

    It would probably be a good idea to break up the seeds first. They tend to swell and soak up a lot of the vodka. And it's best to use at least 80 proof vodka. Thanks!

Growing plants from this seed
by Vampy on Jun 8, 2013

Are these seeds heat treated ? If I try to grow them will they sprout ?

    Re: Growing plants from this seed
    by Bulk Herb Store on Jun 12, 2013

    I believe it is heat treated and would therefore not sprout if planted.

Adding to my smoothies..
by Virginia on May 30, 2013

Hi!
Just wondering, does this have a strong taste? And if I make it into a powder and add it to my smoothie, how much would be a good amount to add?
Thanks for all your useful info, you're site is extremely helpful!

    Re: Adding to my smoothies..
    by Bulk Herb Store on May 31, 2013

    I have never tried it by itself, but I don't think it should have an overly strong taste. According to The Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook you can take 1 Tsp. of the crushed seeds in a cup of hot water, (or in your smoothie) an hr. or so before meals. It also says you can munch on the seeds like you would sunflower seeds.

Breastfeeding
by Catherine on Apr 7, 2013

I am currently breastfeeding and wanting to detox my liver to help with eczema and possibly reduce colic from toxins passed??. How would I use this herb for that? Dosing?

Thank you for your site. I have learned a great deal from the information you provide along with the books you recommend.

    Re: Breastfeeding
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 30, 2013

    I would suggest asking your midwife or other healthcare provider on the dosages you can take while breastfeeding. Thanks!

how to use milk thistle seed
by Joseph on Mar 13, 2013

how is milk thistle seed prepared to be used as an aid to the liver?

    Re: how to use milk thistle seed
    by Bulk Herb Store on Apr 25, 2013

    You could try it as a tea or tincture, or grind it into a powder and mix with food or smoothies, or put in capsules.

Storage Issues
by Joann Jefferson on Aug 2, 2012

How long can you store (in a dark, cool, and dry Place) Milk thistle seed?

I have purchased many products from your store and I have been making tinctures as survival supply. In addition, I would like to make a dry food and dry herb (rotating) supply. I have been dated each storage item and I am not sure about seeds.

Thanks for your wonderful educational website and products.

Love


    Re: Storage Issues
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 11, 2012

    You will want to store them in your freezer since they are a seed and bugs and mice will be attracted to them. They should last you several years in there.

Nursing
by Alicia on Jul 27, 2012

Is it safe to take while nursing?

    Re: Nursing
    by Bulk Herb Store on Dec 11, 2012

    Yes!!

For Morning Sickness
by Joseph & Jodi on May 17, 2011

Thank you for the tips on curing the pregnancy rash I developed this condition during my 5th pregnancy and will keep some milk thistle on hand for my next pregnancy. I have used it with my last 4 pregnancies to help with morning sickness the earlier in my pregnancies I took it, the more tolerable my morning sickness was. I definitely recommend it to anyone who is even thinking of conceiving!

Thank you
by Katrina on Jan 31, 2011

Through your suggestion of checking out the WellTellMe site, I was able to find a remedy for the dreaded Pregnancy Rash!!

Very rare to develop this rash during third pregnancy, my OB told me there was no remedy, to learn to tolerate this unbearable body rash. There was no sleep, no rest, no relief! It should clear on its own 4 to 6 weeks postpartum, he said.

Thank you for your resources. I took the Milk Thistle tea and tincture, and the Dandelion tea and tincture; in three days I was better and in five days the rash cleared!

I'm sharing with my sister-in-law who also suffers this.

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Hi! Just wanted to say I LOVE the smoothie videos, very inspiring. You do a great job. My 8 year old is now making "interesting" smoothies. She wants to make them ALL the time, even if I've already eaten! Here's what she came up with this morning : 1 kale leaf; blueberries, grapes, flax seed, small amount pineapple coconut juice, and 3 ice cubes. I wasn't sure how it was going to taste but much to my suprise, it was REALLY good. We will have to buy some herbs so we can get even more healthy benefits. You are right about teaching kids about good nutrition from an early age. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us and inspiring us to be creative. God Bless. ~Joy

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