6. Nano Silymarin

Nano Silymarin has a size of 20-30 nm, completely retaining the chemical structure and biological nature of Silymarin, providing a product with high safety, outstanding and fast effectiveness. Nano Silymarin is completely soluble in water, increasing bioavailability to the maximum level.

Where does the active ingredient Silymarin come from?
Silymarin is the active ingredient in the Milk Thistle plant, whose scientific name is Silybum marianum. This is a plant with a long, thin stem, thorny leaves and purple-red flowers at the top. The group of active ingredients found in milk thistle collectively known as silymarin have antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties. Milk thistle is used as an herb to treat liver and gallbladder diseases.
Milk thistle is a plant native to Europe and brought to North America by early colonists. Milk thistle is now found throughout the eastern United States, California, South America, Africa, Australia and Asia. Milk thistle is named after the milky sap that oozes from the leaves when they are broken. All the above ground parts and seeds are used to make medicine. Silymarin is the main active ingredient in milk thistle, which is both anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and has hypoglycemic effects. Milk thistle seeds can protect liver cells from toxic chemicals and drugs.
Currently, milk thistle taken orally is most commonly used for liver disorders, including liver damage caused by chemicals, alcohol, and chemotherapy, as well as liver damage caused by Amanita mushroom poisoning, infectious liver disease, and liver disease. non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, acute hepatitis, cirrhosis and chronic hepatitis.
Uses of Silymarin (milk thistle)
1. Milk thistle: liver protector
Milk thistle is best known for its hepatoprotective properties.It is often used as a complementary therapy for people with liver damage from conditions such as alcoholic cirrhosis, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, hepatitis and even liver cancer.
It is also used to protect the liver against toxins such as amatoxin, which is found in many death mushrooms and can be fatal to those who accidentally eat them.
Studies have found that the active ingredient in milk thistle improves liver function in people with liver disease, which in turn may help reduce liver inflammation and liver damage.
Although more research is needed on the mechanism of action of silymarin to officially announce it to the public, this herb is still believed to have the ability to reduce liver damage caused by free radicals, created when the liver metabolizes. chemicalize toxic substances.
Another study also showed that this herb can slightly prolong the life of people with alcoholic cirrhosis.
However, according to results from various studies, milk thistle extract does not always have a positive effect on liver function. Therefore, experts need more in-depth research to determine the dosage and treatment duration needed for each specific liver condition.
In addition, although the active ingredient silymarin from milk thistle is often used as a complementary therapy for people with liver disease, to date there is no evidence that milk thistle extract has any effect. Used to prevent liver-related diseases, especially when your lifestyle is unhealthy.

2. Prevent age-related decline in brain function
Milk thistle has been used as a traditional remedy for neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease for decades.
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, it is neuroprotective and helps prevent the decline in brain function that you experience as you age.
According to results from many studies conducted on animals, the active ingredient silymarin has been shown to prevent oxidative damage to brain cells. Additionally, it can also help prevent mental decline.
These studies also discovered milk thistle to reduce the amount of amyloid plaques in the brains of animals with Alzheimer’s disease.
Amyloid plaques are sticky clumps made of amyloid protein that can accumulate between nerve cells as you age. They are found in large quantities in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease. Milk thistle can be used to assist with this difficult condition.
However, there are currently no clinical trials testing the effects of milk thistle on people with Alzheimer’s disease or other neurological conditions such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease. On the other hand, experts have not yet determined whether milk thistle extract can be absorbed enough to exert its effects in the human brain. In addition, the recommended dosage to optimize the effectiveness of the active ingredient silymarin is still unknown.

3. Milk thistle can protect bones
Osteoporosis is a disease that occurs when bones become weaker and mineral content in bones gradually decreases over time. This makes bones more brittle, susceptible to damage and fracture even when subjected to only mild impact. Common signs are weight loss and back pain. Osteoporosis is the main cause of bone fractures in postmenopausal women and the elderly.
Milk thistle has been shown in laboratory and animal studies to stimulate bone mineralization (increase bone mineral concentration) and protect against bone loss.
Therefore, researchers suggest that milk thistle may be a useful therapy to prevent or delay bone loss in postmenopausal women (24, 25).
However, because human studies have not yet been conducted, the effectiveness of milk thistle extract remains unclear.

4. Ability to support cancer treatment
Many experts believe that the antioxidant effects of silymarin have the potential to have some positive anti-cancer effects. This will be helpful for people undergoing cancer treatment.
Some animal studies have shown that milk thistle is potentially useful in reducing the side effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
It can also make chemotherapy work more effectively against specific cancers and can even completely kill mutated cells in some special cases.
Nano Silymarin is produced using modern Nano technology
Nano technology has overcome the weakness of Silymarin’s poor absorption by reducing Silymarin to a microscopic form with a size of 20-30nm without completely changing the original chemical structure and biological nature. , providing products with high safety, outstanding efficiency and speed. This ultra-small size and a new generation of targeted packaging will help Nano Silymarin to be completely soluble in water, increasing bioavailability hundreds of times compared to normal molecular size.

Exclusive preparation process of Nano Silymarin microemulsion system of Nhat Hai New Technology Joint Stock Company
Nano Silymarin liquid material is superior thanks to:
The raw material Silymarin from milk thistle has a purity of 98% imported from the US and the auxiliary ingredients imported from the US and EU meet international pharmacopoeia standards. The size of medicinal medicinal particles is extremely small, only 20-30 nm. Silymarin Nano particles are spherical, durable, and not destroyed by gastric acid. Microemulsion form completely dissolves in water, absorbing 99.9% into blood and cells. Exclusive PEG and PLA encapsulating membranes target the exact location of the injury. Nano Silymarin is hundreds of times more effective than regular Silymarin.
Packaging specifications and packaging materials
Packaging: 0.5 liters, 1 liter, 2 liters, 3 liters, 4 liters, 5 liters, 10 liters, 15 liters, 20 liters.
Close the glass jar or plastic container. Packaging meets quality standards used in food according to regulations of the Ministry of Health.
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Nhat Hai New Technology Joint Stock Company – OIC NEW
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Hotline: 1900 63 69 13
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