We think of artichoke as a vegetable, but that's not really true. It's a thorn. This prickly plant is extremely healthy, because of its content. It contains an abundance of nutritional and medicinal substances, among which, one stands out - cynarin, since it is found only in the artichoke and in no other plant species.
What is cynarin and what makes it so valuable?
Cynarin is a bioflavonoid. It is one of the most powerful antioxidants in nature, a powerful hepatoprotector, which stimulates the removal of heavy metal salts from the body, serves to purify the slags, to remove excess fluids from the body.
In addition to the listed benefits, cynarin has an extremely beneficial effect on the digestive system and its role extends to all organs with an emphasis on the liver and bile.
The liver has the task of filtering the blood that enters the digestive tract before it passes to the other organs in the body. This positions it as the most important organ, the laboratory of the whole organism. Its health determines the health of the whole body.
Cynarine cleanses the liver, frees it from harmful accumulations. It also breaks down medications, drugs and alcohol that enter the body and have a harmful effect on the organ.
Cynarin stimulates the secretion of bile juices, thereby improving the function of the bile. Bile juice facilitates the breakdown of fats, stimulates peristalsis and supports the process of cleansing the body of toxins. Thanks to cynarin contained in artichoke leaves, bile flow increases gradually, naturally, without having a negative effect on the body.
The substance cynarin works well for stomach problems such as bloating and gas, because it successfully normalizes the condition of the entire intestinal flora.
With this antioxidant, complete detoxification of the organs in the body is achieved. And once the internal balance is achieved, unpleasant conditions, such as excess weight and problematic skin, can be controlled very easily.
The antioxidant cynarin fights free radicals, regenerates cells and improves the structure of the skin, preserving its youthful appearance and freshness.
Cynarin helps the normal functioning of the main organs and systems in the body.
See also: Artichoke tea - how to make it and why it's good.