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Blessed Thistle

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Common Names

Blessed Thistle also refers to Holy Thistle and Spotted Thistle. As to how it got its name (Blessed Thistle), women of the Ancient times consider it a blessing as it relieves them of the pain usually brought about by their monthly menstrual period. It is also botanically referred to as Carbenia Benedicta, from its other name St. Benedict?s Thistle.



Blessed Thistle, a widely used and very beneficial herb, coming from the Asteraceae of the Compositae Sunflower family.


The use of this herb dates back in the 15th century, with Medieval Monks cultivating Blessed Thistle, which they use in their sanctuary as pain reliever. It was also considered so blessed that they even used it to contain outbreaks and pandemics.


Parts Used

Blessed Thistle is useful from top to bottom. Its seeds, root and aerial part have their distinctive properties essential in the mixture of herbal medicines.


General Information

Blessed Thistle is an herbal cure for many sickness and health concerns, which include pain, gynecological discomforts, digestion problems, diarrhea, liver ailments anorexia and even cancers. Likewise, Blessed Thistle enhances breast and lactation for new moms.


People of the Medieval Age see it as a miracle cure. In fact, people during those times turned to Blessed Thistle to contain the growing number of death brought about by a rare sickness. The Pandemic, according to stories, claimed lives of thousands.


Common Uses

Blessed Thistle?s therapeutic properties are deemed as a good preventive substance in cancer prevention. It also enhances stability in human digestion and prevents stomach aches brought about by digestive disorders.


Likewise, Blessed Thistle is made into tea and tonics (for women). It is usually taken by women of the ancient times to relieve pain caused by the monthly menstrual period. It also helps induce suppressed monthly periods. In some instances, women having an unwanted pregnancy are using this for abortion.


During ?heavy days?, it has a relaxing effect to women. It also helps regain appetite, even as it stimulates liver and bile flow. In addition, it also works as a remedy for anorexia, stomach or chest pain, digestion problems, diarrhea, liver ailments and even cancers. It is also used as antibiotic and expectorant.

Blessed Thistle