Beside the fact it detoxifies, cleans and drains the liver, milk thistle oil significantly improves your mood.
Are you one of many people that suffer from high blood pressure? If so, you should of course consult a cardiologist. It is good to know though that the irregular work of our kidneys is a common cause of high blood pressure. So plain and so salutary, parsley (Petroselinum crispum), along with Goldenrod(solidago virgaure) submerged in milk thistle oil creates synergy of cold pressed oil and herbs, in macerate number 9.
This macerate cleans and drains our liver and kidneys. Drainage is required with urogenital infections, (ex. Cystitis), in rheumatoid arthritis, arthrosis, gout … This detoxification is needed and if you are diabetic, if you are taking certain types of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, drugs that act on the cardiovascular system, cytostatic ….
Kidneys (and liver as well) filter and clean our blood from metabolic byproducts, such as urea, urate, creatinine, metabolized drugs derivatives … That is why milk thistle oil is used as a macerator for parsley leaves and root, as well as for Goldenrod and this oil with its active ingredients helps the liver to cleanse our blood from ammonia, a potent neurotoxin that irritates the nerve and brain tissue. That is why it is said that milk thistle oil detoxifies, cleans and drains the liver, and significantly improves the mood as well. Ammonia, which has made us cranky and stressed, naturally decreases when silymarin improves the function of hepatocytes – the liver cells. In any case, along with a detoxification of the liver and kidneys, assists the body and spirit as well .It is also good to know that milk thistle oil is the best antidote in case of poisoning from Death cap (Amanita phalloides).
Beneficial properties of parsley and goldenrod
In the parsley, root as well as the leaves is useful. It is rich in potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, manganese, copper and other trace elements essential for the human body. Parsley is a diuretic and stimulates urination. It is suitable for the treatment of anemia because it is rich in iron. How parsley is an important source of vitamin C it is best shown in his comparison with lemon. Namely, in lemons are 65 milligrams per 100 g of vitamin C, and in the leaves of parsley even 166 milligrams per 100 g. Some parsley species may contain up to 323 milligrams per 100 g of vitamin C in their leaves! However, it should be noted, parsley root has four times less vitamin C than its leaves. Together with vitamin C, parsley leaf is rich in carotene (provitamin A) and vitamins B1, B2 and B6.
It is known that the ancient Egyptians used the wild parsley as a remedy to treat kidney diseases and urinary tract. It is also known that parsley helps with inflammation of the prostate, urination disorders and in cases of swollen feet, rheumatism, gout and obesity. Parsley is beneficial for liver function and that is why it is recommended in jaundice and other liver diseases. It is useful in diabetic patients’diet. His healing properties can feel women who have problems with painful or irregular menstruation.
Goldenrod (Solidago Virgaure) contains about 10% tannin, about 6% triterpene saponins, flavonoids and phenolic heterosides. It is used the above-ground portion of the plant that is harvested during the flowering stage and after is carefully dried. This plant has anti-inflammatory and mildly diuretic properties. European and US regulatory agencies have officially listed it as a drug specified for: cystitis, nephritis, and prophylaxis and treatment of kidney and bladder stones.