Believed to be a divine gift to the famous Charlemagne to heal his men, Blessed Thistle Herb benefits are highly revered in the botanical apothecary world! Native to the Mediterranean - also grows in parts of Europe and North America - the thistle-like Cnicus benedictus can grow up to 3 feet, with its spiny stem and leaves, complemented by a beautiful yellow follow.
As with Charlemagne, Blessed Thistle benefits were enjoyed by many. Dubbed Saint Benedict’s Thistle, the herb has a uniquely divine mystery surrounding it, that keeps many intrigued by the wonders of its potential use in personal care applications; applications that you need to experience first hand!
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Country of Origin: Croatia
Botanical Name: Cnicus Benedictus
Common Names: Saint Benedict’s Thistle, Blessed Thistle, Holy Thistle, Spotted Thistle, Cardin, Bitter Thistle, Blessed Cardus
Form: Cut and Sifted
Organic Certified: Yes
Looking for other Blessed Thistle Herb options? Check out our Blessed Thistle Herb Powder.
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Posted by Rich on 18th May 2017
I know that this is most commonly used by nursing mothers, but I'm using it in making my marinara sauce in an attempt to replicate a great pasta sauce I had in the countryside outside Verona, Italy. While most people like sweet, I like bitter, or a balance at least. I'm still experimenting to get the right amount in the right balance. If anybody else has any cooking insights, let me know. I'm using the cut/sifted, not the powder.