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Uric Acid Healing Medicinal Tea made with dried Milk Thistle / Dandelion tea. All Natural Herbs; Plants, Fruits and Vegetables .


Uric Acid: Milk Thistle / Dandelion


Dosage: Boil 1 tablespoon in half a liter of water and take 3 glasses a day


Uric Acid: 


Uric acid is a chemical created when the body breaks down substances called purines. Purines are normally produced in the body and are also found in some foods and drinks. Foods with high content of purines include liver, anchovies, mackerel, dried beans and peas, and beer.




People have traditionally used milk thistle for problems with the liver and gallbladder. Silymarin is the primary active ingredient of the herb.  Silymarin is an antioxidant compound taken from milk thistle seeds. Also Milk thistle promotes skin health, reduces cholesterol, supports weight loss, reduces insulin resistance, improves allergic asthma symptoms, limits the spread of c*ncer, supports bone health, improves cognition, supports the immune system and may help with cirrhosis, jaundice, hepatitis, and gallbladder disorders.


Benefits of milk thistle and dandelion


Similar to milk thistle, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) has antioxidant effects. It reportedly has other potential health benefits, which may include:


protecting the liver, immune system, and kidneys

providing antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties

reducing the risk of diabetes, arthritis, and obesity

Due to some similar potential health benefits, producers have studied milk thistle and dandelion supplements and sold them together.


These supplements may together protect against kidney damage caused by carbon tetrachloride, a common chemical that people use in dry-cleaning facilities.


The combination of milk thistle and dandelion improved glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity.




Highly nutritious. ...

Contains potent antioxidants. ...

May help fight inflammation. ...

May aid in blood sugar management. ...

May reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels. ...

May lower blood pressure. ...

May promote liver health. ...

May aid weight loss.

May have antic*ncer effect 

May support healthy digestion and treat constipation

May boost immune health

May be a useful skin care treatment

May support healthy bones



We expect enough knowledge to come along before buying. Before trying any herbal remedy the buyer is recommended to try a small quantity first to establish whether there are any adverse or allergic reactions to the herb. Please remember when you are using herbs for their medicinal properties, they are just that – ‘medicinal’. If you wish to take a herbal remedy with prescribed medicines, you should talk to a pharmacist or your GP first. The effect of each supplement may vary to different person and age groups with their personal health history.

Milk Thistle and Dandelion Tea (for Uric Acid)

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