Where there is tea, there is hope.
Making tea out of herbs and plants such as milk thistle is a time-honored tradition, both for pleasure and medicinal purposes.
Milk thistle tea is milky and it has a smooth texture. Although the taste may be a little bitter, you can add sugar or sugar substitutes or honey to your beverage to sweeten the taste. Others determine the taste of milk thistle is sweet enough on its own.
This ancient healing herb is now widely grown across the world. You may have walked past it numerous times and not realized the health-boosting contents of this small flower. The Silymarin in milk thistle is what makes it so special. Silymarin is an antioxidant and an anti-inflammatory. It is wonderful for recovering from liver damage caused by toxins such as alcohol, acetaminophen or toluene or other drugs. In addition, milk thistle has:
blood glucose regulation abilities
liver repairing abilities
toxin blocking abilities
Milk thistle tea is also good for:
protecting the liver
stimulating kidney cell re-growth
raising good cholesterol
reducing risk of hard arteries
improving blood sugar regulation
reducing the division of cancer cells
preventing Alzheimer’s disease
1 tsp of Milk Thistle Tea
2 cups water
2 small pieces of Rock Sugar (Misri)
Juice of lemon/lime or 1/2 teaspoon of crushed dried lime.
Bring water to a boil in a kettle.
Take 1 tsp of Milk Thistle Tea and place it in a teapot.
Pour in the hot water cover and steep for 15 minutes.
Strain the tea and serve hot with rock candy, honey or lemon juice depending on your taste.
The information is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.