Dandelion : Herb meanings and uses A – Z (root, weed)

dandelion.jpg             Dandelion, a weed that pervades most lawns and gardens, is actually one of the best treatments for liver disorders. This herb stimulates bile production, which encourages proper detoxification.

Dandelion has shown to eliminate jaundice and rapidly decrease liver damage. It also nullifies side-effects of prescription drugs by acting as a mild stimulant and diuretic; Dandelion not only creates bile, but also facilitates urinary function, accelerating the body’s elimination process.

Containing high quantities of A, C, D, B-complex Vitamins, Dandelion supports the immune system. It also consists of iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, manganese, choline, calcium and boron, which combine to protect against illness and expedite healing.

Due to Dandelion’s potency, effectiveness, reliability, and availability, it is widely used in both traditional and alternative medicines. It is not poisonous even in high amounts, and thus can be taken consistently.

For an herbal liver cleanse, try:

  1. Dandelion Root
  2. Rooibos leaves
  3. Rosehips

(Creamy, simple, cheap) 🌻

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