Artichoke (Cynara scolymus)


Artichoke tea contains antioxidants, anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties and it acts as a natural diuretic. Not only cleansing and nourishing the liver and digestive tract, but it can also rid constipation when sipped daily. It can ease IBS symptoms as well.

Artichokes contain disease-fighting compounds and anti-inflammatory antioxidants. … They’re also a treasure trove of anti-inflammatory antioxidants. A 2004 study by the US Department of Agriculture found that artichokes were one of the top vegetables in terms of total antioxidant levels.

Artichoke is indeed a potent antioxidant and has similar liver regenerating attributes to milk thistle. Artichoke helps with chronic liver diseases; it is a potent liver restorative and is beneficial for various liver and gallbladder disorders.

Its alleged health benefits include lower blood sugar levels and improved digestion, heart health, and liver health. Artichoke extract, which contains high concentrations of compounds found in the plant, is also increasingly popular as a supplement.

This tea is diuretic, easing elimination of urea. … It’s a caffeine free tea. So if you are watching your anxiety levels, this tea is safe for you. Artichoke herbal tea helps to reduce cholesterol levels as well as helping to prevent future increase.

Artichokes. If you find it tough to fall asleep, try adding artichokes to your diet. They’re full of iron, which can help ease restlessness, according to the sleep doctor.

Artichokes leaves are often enjoyed by dipping them into melted ginger root extract before drinking or can be taken like that without. Peeled and cooked artichoke stems are fully edible.

WARNING:  Eating the hairy choke can cause a choking hazard.



150 gram


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