People Think It Is Just an Ordinary Root, But It Can Actually Destroy Cancer
It attacks cancer cells that begin to disintegrate within 48 hours, while also leaving healthy cells intact. This root is one of the healthiest there is and it is a dandelion root.
This unjustly forgotten plant, which is often considered a weed, has a number of medicinal properties, and all you need to do to use these properties to pick it up out of the meadow, away from traffic.
Dandelion root can help people who suffer from cancer. Scientists have discovered that the root of this plant works “better” than chemotherapy because it “kills” all stations, while dandelion root only those infected with cancer.
Recent research has emerged from the University of Windsor, Canada, that has suggested dandelions are a better choice for treating cancer than chemotherapy, largely because the results showed that the active ingredients within dandelions only target malicious cells, whereas chemo attacks all of them.
The healing properties are thought to come from its high vitamin C, iron, magnesium and folic acid content, as well as its plentiful stores of riboflavin and thiamine.
This root stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol. It also contains the important vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B 6, thiamine, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and folic acid. It also contains up to 535% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin K and about 110% of the recommended daily vitamin A.
The power of dandelion tea
Following the previous study bringing the power of dandelions to light, the researchers were provided with additional funding to continue their studies.
They decided to pursue by adopting a case subject, a 72 year-old gentleman who had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. After running out of treatment options, it was suggested that he take dandelion root tea every day.
Within 4 months, the patient observed a miracle remission, with the cancer retreating into far earlier stages.
How to collect dandelions
Dandelions are best picked at the start or end of the Summer season, i.e. the end of Spring or the start of Fall. By using your hands or a gardening fork, carefully remove the dandelion from the ground bringing the root with it, being careful not to damage any part of it.
Storing your dandelion root
Dandelion root can be stored either fresh in an airtight container, or dried in a warm room.
If you’d like to dry your dandelion root, it’s advised that you cut it into smaller pieces in order to increase the surface area and ensure it dries more thoroughly. it should then be left in a room near an open window.
As long as it’s kept in an airtight container, dried dandelion root will retain its healing benefits for up to 12 months.
Brewing your tea
Making dandelion tea couldn’t be simpler. All you have to do is add your dandelion root (fresh or dried) into a cup of boiling water, then strain and serve.
Although we’ve mentioned above that the life of dried dandelion root can be up to 12 months, to reap the most of its amazing healing properties it’s best to use it sooner rather than later.
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