Used for digestion, gallstones, blood cholesterol and more.
Globe artichoke has long been used for a number of purposes, including to relieve digestive upset, to aid digestion and for gallstones. Recently a number of European clinical trials have shown that globe artichoke products may be effective in lowering blood cholesterol.
Note that the thistle-like globe artichoke is a completely different herb from the tuber-like Jerusalem artichoke. Globe artichoke is a member of the sunflower family, and its leaves are used medicinally.
The Artichoke Is One of the World's Oldest Medicinal Plants.
Traditionally used to help support cholesterol, constipation, abdominal pain and cramps, gallstones and much more.
I love it I tried many products for constipation, even the Dr. Natura. The arichoke leaf, makes me regular without pain or parking in the bathroon for long period of time. I started taking it about 2 weeks now and even when I forget to take...
One of Oldest Natural Remedies Valued by Egyptians.
Artichoke (Cynara scolymus) is a large thistle-like plant is native to the regions of southern ...
Artichoke review I like the tea. It tastes very strong compared to what I have had before. I am assuming, it is more authentic and I am getting the real benefits of artichoke. Packaging is great. -- stacy
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