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Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules Max Strength

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Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules are traditionally used to treat stomach complaints such as an upset stomach, indigestion and feeling unwell due to overindulgence on food and alcohol. The Traditional Herbal Registration certificate means that this remedy is regulated in the UK by the MHRA.

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Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules are traditionally used to treat stomach complaints such as an upset stomach, indigestion and feeling unwell due to overindulgence on food and alcohol. The Traditional Herbal Registration certificate means that this remedy is regulated in the UK by the MHRA.

Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules contain standardised milk thistle fruit extract, which is known for its digestive benefits. The traditional ingredient has a positive effect on the liver and is known to protect and improve its function.

Suffering from an upset stomach can be uncomfortable and can disrupt daily life. Milk thistle is known for its ability to settle any stomach problems (such as indigestion) and can get you feeling right again, Similarly, overindulging on food and alcohol can leave you feeling very unwell, so milk thistle’s liver restoring benefits help you to recover as fast as possible.

Always follow the guidance given in the enclosed patient information leaflet and be sure to read it before commencing use of the medicine.

These capsules should be taken by swallowing whole with a drink of water.

Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules contain 193 mg – 261 mg of standardised extract (as dry extract) from Milk Thistle fruits.

The recommended dose of Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules is one capsule up to twice daily. Do not exceed the daily recommended dose and contact a doctor if you take too much.

Before taking this medication, you should always first check that it is suitable for you and any of your associated medical conditions. Do not take Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules if:

  • You are under 18 years of age
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • You are allergic to any of the ingredients or to plants of the steraceae/Compositae family such as daisies, marigolds or artichokes

Because of the way that medications interact with each other, you should be cautious if you are taking medications and consult with a doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure. You should also talk to a doctor before taking Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules if you are currently suffering from active liver disease.

Like with all medicines (herbal or otherwise), there is a risk of side effects. Common side effects of this medication include:

  • nausea or feeling sick
  • Diarrhoea
  • upset stomach
  • Headache

You should cease using Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules immediately and contact your doctor if you experience any serious side effects or if you notice signs of an allergic reaction.

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You can safely buy Thisilyn Milk Thistle Capsules at UK Meds, without the need for a prescription or consultation with a medical professional, however you should adhere to the advice given in the patient leaflet enclosed.

Milk Thistle (or 'silymarin') is a plant belonging to the same flower group as daisies. It can be found as an ingredient in dietary supplements that are typically used to treat health conditions such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, jaundice, diabetes, indigestion, and other conditions.

According to research by Bhattacharya, S. (2020), milk thistle has numerous health benefits such as anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, lipid, and biliary effects. Alongside antiviral and antitumor properties. This is supported by Achufusi & Patel (2022) who state that millions of people consume milk thistle to support healthy liver function.

Although, some people claim that milk thistle supplements can cure a hangover, medical research suggests that there is no scientific evidence to suggest that milk thistle can prevent hangovers (Verster et al, 2021).

Yes. Whilst small-scale lab studies suggest that silybin may help to protect the liver from alcohol damage, Dr Emma Davis suggests that none of these studies supports the idea that silybin can help with a hangover, as it involves different biological processes.

Milk thistle can potentially have side effects of differing degrees for different indivuals. These can include a range of gastrointestinal issues such as itchiness, vomiting, nausea, constipation and/or abdominal bloating (Mulrow et al, 2000)

There is no research or evidence to suggest that a person can develop immunity to the effects of milk thistle. However, there are studies researching the immunostimulatory effects of Silybum (Wilasrusmee et al, 2002).

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