Dandelions stimulate the creation of the bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergy and reduce cholesterol and are recommended as a diet supplement for pregnant women and postmenopausal women.
The easiest way to trim this plant is that you can put the knife under your root and pull the whole plant out of the roots because all the parts of this plant itself are very healing.
Health Benefits of Dandelion
Apart from having diuretic properties, it stimulates the creation of the bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergy and reduces cholesterol and is recommended as a diet supplement for pregnant women and postmenopausal women. The dandelion contains more beta-carotene than carrots and is a great source of minerals and vitamins (A,C,D and K).
This plant regulates metabolism and cleanses the blood and stomach. People’s medicine recommends dandelion against diabetes. The milk from the steam can help to remove the skin nipples. Although some believe that “milk” is poisonous, but that is not true and the truth is completely opposite. It’s very healing.
From the flowers of this plant is made syrup, sometimes called honey. This syrup cleans and strengthens the blood and digestion and helps to cure cough. Now it’s the right time to get dandelion.
You can also prepare tea. Pick the flowers and dry them in the air. Make a tea from the dried flowers and drink it freshly prepared. You can add honey to it, which will further enrich the healing properties of the tea. Use a wood spoon.
Dandelion root can clean the liver, bile, kidneys, lymph and stimulates the kidneys to send toxins through the urine out of the body. This root is also used for the treatment of many diseases, such as constipation, cleanses acne, edema, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, hepatitis and gall stones.
The dandelion root is extremely good for women’s diseases, especially in the prevention and treatment of various breast diseases, such as cysts, carcinomas, various tumors, swollen breasts, and breastfeeding and breast milk problems.