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Health and Herb-Amazing Benefits of Dandelion’s Root

Dandelion Health Benefits   
Dandelion Root’s Benefits:

“Dandelions, perennial plant with a yellow and centered flower, are considered to be weeds. This plant grows excessively in the U.S. and Canada. Dandelions have been used traditionally as an herbal medicine for the treatment of various diseases such as kidney and liver issues, stomach problems, and diabetes.”
Health Benefits of Dandelions: 

“Dandelion has lots of benefits but the most impressive benefits of dandelion are that it has the ability to act as a diuretic and thus support in those circumstances where a diuretic is required. Dandelions have lots of vitamin A, B, C, and D along with iron, potassium and zinc.”

“While there are not enough studies on human being, herbalists use it for cleansing the liver and gallbladder. Dandelion is also used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of appendicitis, inflammation, and stomach issues. Even Native Americans used boiled dandelion to prevent kidney problems, lower swelling, and to cure skin problems.”

  
“Though its advantages are still being examined, but its properties are enough to make it popular for natural remedies. Dandelions have been used to cure various problems such as:”

“• Diabetes: Dandelions can improve the production of insulin. It also helps pancreas to keep blood sugar levels at healthy range for diabetes patients. Dandelion juice helps the body to keep blood sugar levels low and also helps to keep the body healthy that subsequently decreases the chances of fluctuation in blood sugar levels.”

“• Pimple: Dandelion has positive impact on pimple which is caused by hormonal changes and sebaceous gland problems. Dandelion juice has detoxifying properties and also known to act as diuretic. Due to these two properties, it helps to remove pimple causing toxins from the body through sweating and urinating.”
“• Jaundice: Jaundice is a liver disorder that can be treated by using dandelions. They help to eliminate extra bile in the urine and help to fight against infections. Due to this, they are also known as an antioxidant and a disinfectant.”

“• Cancer: Dandelions have been used as a part of healthy diet to lower the risk of developing cancer. Dandelions have high antioxidant and vitamin C levels that help to decrease the free radicals exist in the body.”

“• Constipation: Dandelions are rich in dietary fiber that improve the health of the intestines and also help to keep digestion healthy that prevent more gastrointestinal problems in the future.”

  
“Did you know that each part of the dandelion plant has benefits? The answer is “yes” each part of dandelion has health benefits and its each part is used as medicine.”

  
Root: Dandelion root is used for the detoxification of both the liver and gallbladder.

Leaves: Dandelion leaves are good in taste. Their leaves have diuretic properties. They help in digestion and also improve the appetite.

Flower: Its flower works like an antioxidant.

Sap: This is present in the dandelion stem. Due to its alkaline nature, it has been used for the treatment of some skin problems such as ringworm and eczema.

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Rush Hour….

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Life as Art... and a bit of nonsense...

CicelyRobinLaing©2014.

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It’s a crowded field…

For a bee who must share the flowers…

With butterflies and beetles…

And then there’s dodging rain showers…

Who would have thought…

In a garden so quiet…

That a rush of wings and stings…

Would cause such a riot…!

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There’s been a pile up at the coneflowers…

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My August Project … “A Flower a Day – Garden Portraits 2014″…

Day eleven…

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Photography and words by Cicely Robin Laing © 2014

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Why is The Flower Moon So Unusual?

Check Out For Yourself This Interesting, yet True Article About The Moon Above

http://blog.dictionary.com/full-moon-eclipse/

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When an exceptional full moon peeks out of the sky on Saturday morning, a whole host of lunar vocabulary will come with it.

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