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Milk thistle (Silybum marianum (L.) Goertner) encloses the flavolignans known as silymarin. It is the tree protectress of the liver for excellence by encouraging cell renewal. It increases the activity of hepatic nuclei and their metabolic processes and protects them from damage of toxic substances such as alcohol, toxins, drugs and smoking.
Natural products are not and will not be considered palliative prodigious for smoking cessation but have the means to be a support for purification, intervening beneficially in regards of different symptoms that show up during the most difficult time of abstinence from nicotine.

Some problems dyspeptics (deteriorating digestion) or constipation often associated with abstinence from smoking, can be prevented from milk thistle which has a complex activity on the protective liver metabolism, peptic and diuretic.


A support for the renewal of the mucociliary activity (bronchial), abundantly damaged in smokers
may come from plants with balsamic and mucolytic action.
In moments of decline of mood can be effective the use of ginseng (see Robur), of the St. John's wort or of the Eleutherococcus (see Robur).
Clinical studies have proven the usefulness of standardized extracts of milk thistle in cases of poisoning, cirrhosis and other permanent liver disease related to alcohol abuse.
Milk thistle exerts its beneficial properties on liver disease from alcoholism, cirrhosis, drug use, chronic liver disease, exposure to industrial toxins, jaundice, sensitivity to chemicals, detoxification programs.
Renews the liver tissue damaged by hepatitis, alcoholism, cirrhosis, environmental toxins and drugs. Also it helps against fatigue, food allergies and depression.

Milk thistle acts on the liver and detoxification systems due to its ability to stimulate the emptying of the gallbladder and bile flow into the duodenum. the period in which is celebrated St. John the Baptist (June 24). It is present in Winsmoke for its antidepressant action whose validity has been tested in a pharmacological application set on rats, where it was found that oral administration of a hypericum extract significantly rich in flavonoids has significantly decreased the signals by a lack of nicotine.

The hypericum active ingredients operate precisely on neurotransmitters and serotonin, noradrenaline and dopamine in particular.The pharmacological response is similar to bupropion, the antidepressant drug synthesis usually used to promote smoking cessation. The ability adaptogenic of hypericum are presumably due to its beneficial effects on the symptoms of tobacco withdrawal, mainly due to a insufficiency of dopamine, the molecule that provides pleasure, comfort and fulfillment.

The deficiency of this substance due to abstinence from smoking, can provide a variety of disorders such as depression, insomnia, anxiety and increased appetite. Many of these problems can take advantage of the beneficial characteristics of these plants.Taking advantage of the proven antidepressant result of hypericum and the ability to counteract insomnia and anxiety of the other components, this phytocomplex has proven useful in smokers who reported no benefit from different treatments or did not want or could not use.