Artichoke

Illustration plant artichoke

Originally from Northern Africa, the artichoke was introduced to France during the Renaissance period. The flower of the vegetable, which only appears after the second year of growth, is edible for humans.

Artichoke

Health benefits for the liver
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Part used
Leaves
Artichoke Superdiet Habitat
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Grows in temperate climates

Artichoke

Artichoke Superdiet
  • Health benefits for the liver

  • Part used

    Leaves

  • Habitat

    Grows in temperate climates

Contraindications

Not recommended for people allergic to artichoke or other plants from the Asteraceae or Compositae family. Not recommended for children under 12 and pregnant or breast-feeding women. Not recommended if suffering from bile duct obstruction.

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