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  • n. Silibinin.

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Examples

  • However, recent studies suggest that milk thistle contains an active antioxidant known as silybin that might help block toxins from breaching cell walls.

    Signs of the Times

  • Flavonoid dalam milk thistle adalah silybin, silydianin, dan silychristin.

    Mengenal Milk Thistle, Tanaman Penuh Khasiat – Netsains.Com

  • The Strnad team's discovery is close to last year's find by experts from the Czech Microbiology Institute who extracted a special substance, silybin, from a plant species, which prevents the development of blood vessels a tumour "attires" to nourish it.

    Prague Monitor

  • The application of silybin eliminates the blood vessels and prevents new ones from emerging, as a result of which the tumour necrotises.

    Prague Monitor

  • Subsequently, the minor constituent of silymarin, taxifolin, has attracted Andre TheriaultÂ's attention, because taxifolin constitutes the flavonoid moiety in the flavolignan silybin.

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  • In a study of rats, Krecman et al. [2] studied found that pure silybin was not as effective as silymarin.

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  • This suggested that other constituent (s) of silymarin, in addition to silybin, also have hypocholesterolemic effects.

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  • Hangover rating: 2/5 Milk thistle contains silybin and silymarin that have been shown in some studies to protect the liver from toxins and to possess antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

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