About our milk thistle oil
Our Milk Thistle Oil is cold-pressed in small batches from organic milk thistle seeds to preserve its precious phytonutrients. These special nutrients act as antioxidants, helping to stop free radicals from causing oxidative damage in your cells.
Not only that, but vitamin E is known to take care of your skin health. The result? A glow that’ll make you the envy of your friends!
The nutty flavour of our organic oil is the perfect foil to bright, crisp green leaves and creamy dips.
- Great for: Skin health and gentle body cleansing
- Nutrient profile: Rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E and plenty of free-radical-fighting phytonutrients
- Flavour: Light and nutty
We've combined traditional Eastern European knowledge with sustainable organic farming techniques to create our precious oil
Top tip: Take one tsp neat, drizzle over yoghurt or apply a small amount directly to skin and hair to nourish at night
100% organic cold-pressed oil from the seeds of milk thistle (Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn.).
How to enjoy:
If you like to take milk thistle oil neat, take one to two teaspoons per day. If you prefer to add it to your meals, use it like a premium extra virgin olive oil: drizzle liberally over dips, vegetables and salads. Its subtle and unique flavour will add that missing touch to savoury and vegetable-based dishes. Avoid using it for cooking, as it doesn’t like to be heated.
Holistic Approach - Organic - 100% Plant Based - Sustainable.
As a thought-leader in plant-based nutrition, Erbology is taking powerful plants and making them accessible everyday in delicious foods and drinks.
Irina and Victor Turcan are siblings hooked on whole foods, healthy living and weird-sounding roots and berries.
"The old Bessarabian countryside – a hidden gem in Eastern Europe – is probably not the place most people would look for inspiration. But the childhood summers we spent there were ones where we breathed in the scents of plums, quince, and goji berries that our grandma scattered to dry over unfolded newspapers. We hid behind sacks overflowing with walnuts.
We played in the milk thistle fields and climbed our favourite black cherry trees. And while we played, our babushka would feed sunroot leaves and amaranth to the goats, pick berries for us, or sip her favourite St John’s wort or dogwood tea.
It was idyllic, a place seemingly lost in time. And since we haven’t yet worked out how to recreate the past, we decided to at least try to tap into the wholesome living we once enjoyed – and to share it with you."