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Artichoke Extract Review
Artichoke Extract Review

PUBLISHED: 03/05/2013 by BR Moderator
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Artichoke Extract is an herbal formula that may provide relief from some gastrointestinal problems, it may keep cholesterol levels under control and could promote bile production. The company that manufactures this formula is Mountain Rose Herbs.

Mountain Rose Herbs is a company from Oregon, US that produces herbal formulations like herbal oils, tinctures, elixirs, and capsules for various health concerns. In addition, its product range includes body care products, aroma-therapy formulas and a wide variety of bulk herbs. The company specializes in selling certified organic products or products made of wild harvested herbs. It distributes its products especially through its online store and offline retailers.

According to the manufacturer, Artichoke Extract is a tincture made of 1 part artichoke and 4 parts grain alcohol. The tincture is advertised as being more potent than capsules or dried herb extract. It also acts more quickly according to Mountain Rose Herbs.
Although the producer does not make any ailment claims (mostly likely as the product is marketed with having been evaluated by the FDA), the tincture should have medicinal properties based on the traditional uses of artichoke leaves. Thus, artichoke leaf extract is recommended to people who have problems with constipation, gas, kidney conditions or who want to cleanse their liver or lower their cholesterol levels.

Artichoke Extract Ingredients

Artichoke Extract contains the following ingredients: Artichoke dried leaf and grain alcohol.

Product Features

Artichoke Extract is based on artichoke leaves and grain alcohol which acts as a solvent. Artichoke is generally used as a remedy in the treatment of health problems such as irritable bowel syndrome, constipation and gas, liver insufficiency, jaundice, kidney problems, and high cholesterol. Based on test tubes, it possesses diuretic properties and promotes the release of toxins and bile production. As artichoke may trigger gallbladder contractions, it is not recommended to individuals who have gallstones or gallbladder infections. Scientific studies have shown that artichoke may indeed help to lower cholesterol levels and it might also provide relief from constipation problems.

Artichoke is considered a safe herb generally; however, scientists have not sufficiently studied its safety on nursing and pregnant women and on children under twelve, according to Mountain Rose Herbs. We would also add that people with allergies to marigold and daisies may also experience allergic reactions to artichoke.

Artichoke Extract comes in bottles of one ounce and four ounces, but the latter is out of stock on the producer’s official website. Mountain Rose herbs does not recommend a daily dose. According to specialists, a dose of 1.5 grams per day of artichoke leaf extract might help lower cholesterol levels. You should further investigate the matter with a healthcare specialist if you plan on using Artichoke Extract.

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  • It costs $ 9.25 for one ounce, which would recommend it as a moderately priced product
  • It has a 60-day money back guarantee and no restocking fees are charged
  • It is certified organic


  • Shipping charges are relatively high if you order from the producer (more than $6)
  • Customer reviews on the Internet are scarce
  • It is not available in so many online stores


Artichoke Extract may be useful in treating various health conditions however we are cautious as to the popularity of the product as we have noticed it has a very small number of online customer reviews. Thus, in spite of the fact that in theory it should work, we do not have any empirical evidence. We believe it is worth a try as it comes at an affordable price.

The producer does not provide many details on its website regarding the use of Artichoke Extract, consequently we believe you should discuss with a doctor how to use and for how long to take this product.

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