Milk Thistle Tincture

St. Francis

Price
$19.49

Milk Thistle from St.Francis Herb Farm is a traditionally-crafted tincture that acts as a liver protectant intended to help support optimal detox of the body.

Benefits:

  • Classic liver tonic herb for daily detox maintenance.
  • Can support production of glutathione – a protective antioxidant.
  • Can help treat liver disease and prevent liver damage.
  • Can help to detoxify the liver after alcohol abuse, drug use (both pharmaceutical and recreational), and chemical overload from the environment.

Usage:

  • Use our Milk Thistle Tincture if you’re looking to optimize liver health – and support efficient, whole-body detox.
  • 1.2-2.4 mL (36-72 drops); Adolescents (12-14 years): 0.6-1.2 mL (18-36 drops).
  • All doses should be taken 3 times daily in a little water on an empty stomach.

Medicinal Ingredients:
Certified Organic Milk Thistle (Silybum marianum, seed)

Non-Medicinal Ingredients:
Distilled water, certified organic alcohol

Will I feel a difference right away?

While effects do vary from person to person, generally effects are felt after a few weeks of consistent use.

Vegan

Certified Organic

Non - GMO

Meet St. Francis

At Beatrice Society, we only align with brands that share our high standards for quality, sustainability, and science-backed expertise.

How St. Francis Delivers on our Values:

Quality

St. Francis's proprietary Holistic-Herb™ Approach ensures ingredient quality through: intentional sourcing of high quality herbs, careful control of variables during extraction, and scientific testing to measure the breadth and richness of the extract.

Sustainability

St. Francis is a certified organic family farm. In addition to growing without the use of pesticides or herbacides, their approach is rooted in sustainable farming practices like soil care, crop rotation, and permaculture, which means planning the farm so that it imitates what happens in nature.

Expertise

St. Francis is led by multigenerational herbal artisans and organic farmers who have spent over 30 years researching and cultivating their knowledge and trade.

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