Lecithin 125mg Silymarin 35mg - Silymarin and Lecithin are two medicines that are combined to become Lecithin 125mg and Silymarin 35mg. An antioxidant called silymarin protects the liver from harmful chemicals. Thanks to lecithin, the accumulation of fat in the liver is prevented. Additionally, it is an important source of vitamin choline, which supports healthy liver function.
Other names for lecithin include granulestin, vitelline, calcein, and lecitol. Natural sources of lecithin include beef liver, steak, peanuts, and oranges. In complementary and alternative medicine, lecithin is used to treat high cholesterol, certain liver problems, gallbladder disease, and many problems that may arise in dementia. Lecithin has also been used to prevent certain issues in patients receiving nutrition through an IV who are unable to eat.
Silymarin is an antioxidant and liver protector. Treatment with silymarin has shown improvement in patients with type 2 diabetes and diabetic nephropathy as well as a modest improvement in liver function. Silymarin has long been used as a liver tonic. Which is the root cause of adult-onset diabetes, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia as well as diabetic complications.
Lecithin 125mg + Silymarin 35mg is used as a dietary supplement to treat:
The following side effects have been observed when Lecithin + Silymarin is used -