This plant was abandoned, but it has many medicinal properties and all you have to do is pick a cleaning field, away from traffic.
While our ancestors knew the dandelion syrup contains many medicinal substances, we now know that dandelion root may help cancer patients.
scientists discovered that the root of this plant has a better effect than chemotherapy because it only kills cancer cells.
also has diuretic properties, stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanse the liver, help with allergies and reduces cholesterol. It contains very important vitamins and minerals like vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folate and magnesium.
The University of Windsor in Canada conducted an investigation at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the results brought new hope for patients with cancer.
found that the root of dandelion effectively kills cancer cells without any negative effect on other cells in the body.
according to research, dandelion affects cancer cells by disintegration in 48 hours, without attacking healthy cells.
therefore concluded that continued treatment with root dandelion can destroy most cancer cells and because of the unexpected results, the research team has received additional support to continue the exploration of this plant remarkable.
Alternatively he drank tea made from the root of dandelion, and after only four months, this man experienced a complete regression of the disease.
dandelion flower tea recipe
8 dandelion flowers
12 oz. Boil water
honey or sugar to taste
Instructions for brewing tea dandelion
Pour boiling water over the flowers and let stand for five minutes. Add honey or sugar.
Dandelion root tea recipe
1 tbsp. * Dandelion root roast
1/2 tsp. * Minced fresh ginger
1 cardamom seed
12 oz Water
honey or sugar to taste
Combine all ingredients except the honey and bring boiling. Continue boiling for five to ten minutes. Strain, add honey, and serve.
broil Dandelion root
unearth the roots of dandelion. This can be a challenge because they have a stubborn taproot. When they are off the ground, outside rinse with the hose until the water runs clear. This will probably require some friction, especially if you have a clay soil.
roots cut into thumb-sized sections and soak in a sink full of cold water, stirring occasionally. The roots release any remaining dirt.
Remove the roots of a rough cutting board and chop them.
Once the roots have been harvested, cleaned and chopped roast them on a baking sheet in an oven at 150 to 200 degrees for two to three hours. It can also be dried in a dehydrator after roasting at 300 degrees F for 10 minutes.
The most productive way to do this is to make a large batch and then use it throughout the season.
dandelion root is surprisingly good. To flavor tea, add cinnamon bark and a little grated nutmeg.