Research conducted at the University of Windsor, Canada, indicates that results can give new hope to cancer patients. Dandelion tea was found to act upon cancer cells in a way that stimulates apoptosis (cancer cell death) within 48 hours. No healthy cells in the body are affected. The poor old dandelion flower is often neglected and considered to be weed. Dandelion root, however, has many healing properties! When used for its health benefits, the dandelion root must be from a clean and pure source.
Some of you might remember your grandmothers using prepared dandelion potions for a range of health issues. They knew that dandelion contains many curative substances, but what they did not know for sure was the fact that dandelion root may help cancer patients.
Scientists, however, now know that the dandelion root of this plant appears to be “better” than chemotherapy because it “kills” all the cancerous cells.
In addition dandelion root has diuretic properties, it stimulates the secretion of the bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol. Dandelion contains very important vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium.
Dandelion contains up to 53% of the required daily intake of vitamin K and about 110% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A. These facts about dandelion have been well understood for many years, however, recent studies shed a new light on the dandelion plant.
John di Carlo, 72-year-old who is personally convinced of the healing properties of dandelion, underwent intensive and “aggressive” chemotherapy treatments within 3 years of his life before the doctors sent him home Â to spend “the last days of life” with his loved ones. Doctors have little or no interest in finding functional solutions in the fight against cancer, so it is no wonder that John began to drink dandelion tea as a last hope.
After only four months, according to Natural News, John went into remission (partial or complete regression of the disease)!
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