BENEFITS OF DANDELION PLUS HOW TO USE AS GREENS, SEEDS, ROOTS & FLOWER
Herbal Medium Facts about Dandelion, you can eat it like a veggie, it’s a very nutritious veggie. The leaves are loaded with vitamins and minerals, including the anti-oxidant beta carotene.
Dandelion roots are high in inulin, a soluble fiber that acts as a probiotic, feeding good gut bacteria.
MILD LAXATIVE: The inulin of dandelion roots helps to bulk up stool, while the potassium and magnesium in the leaves may help relieve bloating
SKIN FRESHENER: Use dandelion flowers to lighten freckles and age spots, relieve sunburn and tighten pores
WART REMOVER: Apply the sap from the flower stalk directly to warts, calluses corns and rough skin. Rub in and repeat as needed.
HELP REGULATE BLOOD SUGAR: Is dandelion good for diabetes?Initial studies say “yes”, dandelion may be helpful for regulating the blood sugar of type 2 diabetics.Study show In 2016 Volunteers who consumed 5 g of dandelion root and leaf powder for nine days significantly reduced their fasting blood glucose levels
LIVER TONIC: Dandelion has a long history of use as a liver tonic.such as: Antioxidant, effect reducing oxidative stress Antifibrotic effects, promoting regression of fibrosis Antisteatotic effect, also linked to improvement in fatty liver disease symptoms & Anticancer activity
Dandelion is also know for its diuretic effect, clearing excess water weight without depleting potassium like many commercial diuretics.
SOOTHE SORE MUSCLES AND JOINTS
Infuse dandelion flowers in oil to make an ointment for sore muscles, stick joints or dry skin. Gather enough blossoms to fill a jar, and cover with olive oil. Infuse for a week or two and then strain.
MAY REDUCE CANCER RISK/GROWTH
Long used as a general tonic and treatment for chronic illness, recent studies conducted shows that dandelion root extract (DRE) may be an effective and non-toxic anti-cancer alternative.
SIDE EFFECTS AND INTERACTIONS
Although generally considered safe, like any food/herb it may cause allergic reactions or contact dermatitis in some individuals. Dandelion is not recommend for use while on diuretics or antibiotics. Consult with your doctor before taking herbal supplements if you are on medications, or nursing or pregnant.
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