St. Mary's thistle

St. Mary's thistle

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Human trials studying the diuretic action of the leaves and the hepatoprotective and choleretic action of the root would be relatively inexpensive and could potentially elevate the phytomedicine to the same clinical regard as St.
Commonly called milk thistle because its white veins yield a milky sap, Silybum marianum is known also as St.