HOW TO USE DANDELION ROOT TO DETOXIFY LUNGS, LIVER AND FIGHT CANCER

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Dandelion root has been well known for its therapeutic uses for such a long time, thanks to its healthful properties as well as precious support for liver complaints.



In particular, the benefits of dandelion root for liver detoxification and cancer-combating are widely accepted by many cultures around the world.

The Native American tribes of North America prepared infusions and decoctions of the root and herb to treat kidney disease, dyspepsia, and heartburn.

In Traditional Arabian medicine, dandelion root is used to treat liver and spleen disorders.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), dandelion root is combined with other herbs to treat hepatitis, boost immune response to upper respiratory infections, bronchitis or pneumonia, and as a topical compress for mastitis (breast inflammation).

THE MANY AMAZING USES OF DANDELION ROOT

There are rich medicinal properties in dandelion that stimulate the functions of the stomach, liver, promoting bile and causing a diuretic effect to eliminate toxins and metabolic wastes through the urine.

Dandelion root is used as a natural remedy to treat:

Digestive disorders: Poor digestion, gastritis, acid reflux, dyspepsia

Gallbladder: Prevent formation of gallstones, breaking down gallstones for elimination

Lungs: Asthma, bronchitis, wheezing, infection, cancer

Liver: Liver dysfunction, cirrhosis, hepatitis, liver disease, cancer

Kidneys: Break down stones, infections, cleansing

Skin problems: Acne, eczema, psoriasis

Inflammation: Arthritis joint pain, gout, muscle spasms

Blood: Improve and regulate blood pressure, stimulate blood circulation

Eyesight: Night blindness, poor vision

The bitter constituents of dandelion root—sesquiterpene lactones—are responsible for its effectiveness as a natural remedy for digestive ailments such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and its other uses.


HOW TO DRINK DANDELION ROOT JUICE

Dig up about 20 dandelion roots, carefully keeping their root intact. Wash and clean them thoroughly under running water to remove all the soil. Cut up the roots so that they can be fed through your juicer chute. A masticating juicer works best for this purpose.

Start with 1 teaspoon a day and gradually take up to 3 tablespoons of the juice depending on your body’s tolerance. Dandelion root juice can be very bitter, and it’s the bitterness that works its magic. Don’t try to mask the taste unless you really cannot take it.

Alternative: Adding 1 tablespoon to a glass of water with a squeeze of lemon juice may be helpful. The lemon juice helps reduce the bitterness, while at the same time enhance the absorption.

Take the juice at least 30 minutes before a meal. You should see some result within 3 weeks. Take a test before and after your condition to see the improvement.

DANDELION ROOT TEA FOR LIVER DETOXIFICATION AND CANCER FIGHTING

Drink one or two cups of dandelion root tea daily to detoxify your liver and fight against cancer.

But, if you would like to make dandelion root tea yourself, here is a guide on how you can do that. Dandelion grow wild, just be sure that you pick the real dandelion as there are other lookalikes.

Dig up dandelion plants. Try to keep their root intact.

Separate the root from other components such as stems, leaves, and flowers. Then wash and clean them thoroughly under running water.

Dandelion leaves and flowers have their own health benefits, so don’t throw them away. You can add chopped leaves to the tea after removing it from the heat to get additional health benefits.

Pour a quart of drinking water in a stainless steel pot and put to boil.

Now, chop the root coarsely. Then put two teaspoons of the chopped ingredient to the saucepan. Cover and simmer in medium heat for 1 minute

Remove the pot from the heat and let the dandelion steep for 40 minutes.

Drain the root and enjoy the tea.

You can use dried dandelion root instead of fresh ones. The process is still the same but it just takes only 5-10 minutes to boil the root.
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