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Dandelions are not Weeds. They Build Bones Better than Calcium; Cleanse the Liver and Can Treat Eczema and Psoriasis

The dandelion (Taraxacum) belongs to the genus of herbs and is from the family Asteraceae. It is a perennial herb with yellow flowers, it grows successfully on every land, but mostly meadows and lawns, empty places and abandoned fields. It grows along roads and around settlements.

Even ancient people knew that the dandelion has medicinal properties, and that the juice drained from the young dandelion improves the impaired health.

Dandelion is known for its healing, but also as a healthy food. It contains high concentrations of vitamins (A, B, C), minerals (especially potassium, sodium, and magnesium) and organic acids. The spring dandelion is made from completely young leaves, which are harvested before blooming of the plant and outside the populated areas.

In folk medicine, the dandelion is applied to strengthen the body and to spring cleansing the blood. Tea, syrup or wine can be made from it.

In modern medicine dandelion has great importance as a means of helping normalize the exchange of substances in the body. With this, the dandelion works favorably in some diseases, such as atherosclerosis, gout, rheumatism, dermal rash, furunculosis (festering ulcers of the skin) and obesity.

The dandelion strengthens the body and helps the body get rid of toxins. Dandelion is a natural remedy for many diseases. The dandelion is also used in kidney, liver, gallstones, digestive problems, it is effective for purifying the body and for improving the metabolism.

They build bones better than calcium; cleanse the liver and can treat eczema and psoriasis

Dandelion as a natural remedy for the liver and gallbladder

The root and dandelion leaf are used in the treatment of liver and gallbladder diseases, for the treatment of stone in the gallbladder, as well as a natural remedy for colitis (inflammation of the colon), jaundice, constipation … The root is collected in spring, when it is the best, and the leaves are harvested before the flowering of the herb.

The fatty liver is successfully treated with tea from a dandelion. Which is prepared as follows: 2 small spoons of dried root dandelion pour 2 deciliters of boiled water. Cover it and let it stand. After 20 minutes, we should strain. Drink in the morning and in the evening.

Skin problems

Dandelion milk is useful in treating skin diseases that are caused by microbial and fungal infections. This treatment is due to the fact that the plant has an alkaline character. This juice can be used in itching, treat eczema, and psoriasis. And other skin diseases, without the risk of side effects or hormone disorders.

It strengthens the bones

Dandelion is rich in calcium, which is essential for the growth and strength of bones. It is also rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C and luteolin that protect against age-related bone damage.

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