Artichoke

Artichoke is known for its various beneficial substances, including antioxidants such as cynarin and chlorogenic acid. These substances could have potential health benefits.

Artichoke or Cynara scolymus is a thistle-like plant that can grow up to 2 meters tall. It is first described in the time of the Egyptians and was found there in ancient tombs.

Scientific evidence

Artichoke is known for its various beneficial compounds, including antioxidants such as cynarin and chlorogenic acid. These substances could have possible health benefits.

Good for

Artichoke stimulates bile function, digestion and liver function.

Found in

Artichoke extract is a supplement obtained from the leaves of the artichoke plant (Cynara scolymus).

Benefits

Artichoke is known for its various beneficial compounds, including antioxidants such as cynarin and chlorogenic acid. These substances could have potential health benefits.

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