CordyHep + C Details

dog cat 1liverMilk thistle (silymarin) protects against a variety of hepatotoxic agents. In animal studies, Silymarin protects liver cells against a variety of hepatotoxins, including drugs (acetaminophen, amitriptyline, and erythromycin) toxins (a-amantin from deathcap mushrooms, alcohol, and carbon tetrachloride), hemosiderin, viruses and radiation. Silymarin scavenges free radicals, blocks toxin entry into cells by competing for receptor sites, inhibits inflammation, and stimulates liver regeneration.

Biological Extract

Silymarin is the biological extract of milk thistle (silybum marianum L.), and silibinin is the major active constituent of silymarin. Silymarin has been evaluated clinically in the treatment of hepatitis and liver damage caused by by alcohol or by antituberculosis drugs. Silibnin is a very strong antioxidant compound capable of scavenging both free radicals and reactive oxygen species.

Supporting documentation on the content of Cordy Hep + C

Herbal Products for Liver Diseases

Hepatobiliary Excretion of Silibinin

Antiviral Activities of Phyllanthus

Cordyceps militaris on Liver Fibrosis