Artichoke’s use as a herb was first documented in the 4th century BC. The herb belongs to the plant family Asteraceae, that includes milk thistle. Also known as globe artichoke, the plant produces large purple and green flower heads and is distinct from Jerusalem Artichoke, the edible root vegetable.
Artichoke is believed to stimulate certain digestive juices whose job it is to break up fats present in the food, making them easier to digest; particularly after heavy rich meals. Many people chose to take one or two tablets if they know they’re going to have a big fatty meal to help their digestion.
Each Ibesene tablet provides a concentrated extract of artichoke leaves equivalent to 8000mg of dried herb material with a guaranteed level of cynarin, the compound that is believed to have the active properties. The tablets are coated to make them taste free and easy to swallow.