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Benefits of Dandelion
 
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For more info: https://draxe.com/dandelion-tea/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Oct-2015&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=dandelion Dandelion is one of nature’s top healing foods to help boost antioxidants, cleanse the liver and lose weight. Benefits of Dandelion Include: 1) Diuretic • High in potassium, calcium and vitamin K • Potassium helps decrease fluid retention that leads to weight gain • Helps with cellulite from fluid retention • Relief from chronic constipation 2) Liver Detoxification • Support the liver which supports fat digestion • Rosacea or Gallbladder issues are warning signs of not digesting fats well ⁃ Top 2 herbs for liver detoxification are: milk thistle and dandelion 3) Heavy Metal Detoxification • Liver support will also help detox metals • Aids support of Type 2 Diabetes by balancing blood sugar naturally 4) Supports Treating Candida How to Use: • Supplement form - 2 times daily • Tea form - One cup 1-2 times daily Additional articles and recipes: http://draxe.com/dandelion-tea/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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If You Drink Dandelion Tea Everyday Then This Will Happen To Your Body - Dandelion Tea Benefits
 
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If You Drink Dandelion Tea Everyday Then This Will Happen To Your Body - Dandelion Tea Benefits ➜ Dandelion is a great source of healthy ingredients like carotene, fiber, minerals, beta-carotene, vitamin C and much more. It is a legendary component of famous Chinese herbal medicine. Dandelion has many benefits for health. From roots to leaves and flowers- the whole body of the dandelion plant is used in herbal medicines. Dandelion can also be consumed with tea and it enhances the beneficiary sides of the dandelion plant to a whole new level. Some benefits of the dandelion tea are as follows: 9 Health Benefits Of Dandelion Tea 1. Gives You a Better Digestion System. 2. Protects the Liver. 3. Improves Brain Health. 4. Better Eyesight. 5. Boosts Immune System 6. Prevents Cancer. 7. Anti-diabetes 8. Maintains Blood Pressure Level 9. Weight loss ====== Follow us ====== ❄ Website: http://www.healthbeautyaid.com/ ❄ Twitter: https://twitter.com/healthbeautyaid ❄ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ILoveHBA/ ❄ FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/healthbeautyaid ❄ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+HealthBeautyAid Share this video: https://youtu.be/2n0Nr6OtQus Disclaimer: The publisher of this video is not a medical expert. The information provided here is based on extensive web research and extracted from several high authority health websites. Therefore, you are advised to practice these home remedies, medicines and suggestions on your own risk. Don't forget to subscribe our channel: http://bit.ly/2mb4bNz
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Health Benefits of Dandelion Leaves and Dandelion Root
 
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Health Benefits of Dandelion Leaves and Dandelion Root The bitter taste of dandelion leaves indicates that they are rich in phytonutrients and are very beneficial to the liver, which helps eliminate toxins. Its scientific name is Taraxacum Officinale Weber. What a sophisticated name for a wild plant! It is primarily distributed throughout the Northern hemisphere, especially in Europe and America. It has been cultivated for decades as a vegetable and eaten in salads. It is bitter in taste (even more so than arugula or Belgian endive). Dandelion is known by its jagged, hard and rough leaves, but most especially for its flower, which is yellow and circular. The flower is made up of a flowery plume that people oftentimes blow on to make a wish. In nature the wind is responsible for scattering the seeds nearby. That’s why they so commonly grow throughout large expansions of land. Facts about dandelions Dandelion contains the following nutrients: Carbohydrates Vitamin B Vitamin C Betacarotenes Potassium Flavonoinds Oleic acid Linoleic acid Tanins What parts of dandelion are consumed? Dandelion excellent cleanser Spring is the best time to collect the tender leaf shoots if you want to eat them fresh in a salad. You could also store them in a cloth sack to dry. The roots are collected during the end of summer or in winter. They are stored in glass containers with a hermetically sealed lid. The areas that are used include: The leaves They’re like spinach and are eaten raw in salads, or cooked as a pie filling, for example. They taste fairly bitter once they reach a certain age, that’s why we advise eating the soft or small sprouts. Some people drink infusions prepared from dried leaves for medicinal reasons. The flowers Before they open, you can pickle them in salt and vinegar, as done with capers. They can then be fried or added fresh to salads. The roots Once the plant is two years or older (adult) you can begin to cut out part of the root. You can then toast it and use it as a caffeine substitute for making infusions. What is dandelion good for? Medicinal properties Dandelion 2 You already know what plant we’re talking about, so now it’s time to learn about its health benefits… and to start eating it! Diabetes remedy In Europe dandelion is frequently used by diabetics. The roots contain easily digested sugars. Treat kidney and urinary problems In France, this plant is often called “pissenlit” (which translates directly to “pee in bed”). This is because dandelion has been used for a long time to stimulate the kidneys. It also helps to tone these organs, to treat urinary tract infections and to eliminate kidney stones. It is an excellent diuretic that does not cause potassium loss, as with most other diuretics. Improves the digestive tract It is a mild laxative, a bitter tonic, which stimulates appetite in patients recovering from illness. It increases bile production and alleviates constipation and gastric disorders. Leads to a peaceful liver Dandelion is highly recommended for eliminating toxins that accumulate in the body. Consequently, it is related to good liver health. This herb is used to treat hepatitis, jaundice and cancer or liver tumors. It also has cleansing properties for the blood and prevents chemical or food intoxication. It also cleanses the blood of fats (cholesterol) and uric acid. It is a beauty tonic This plant has been used for several years to treat breakouts, eczema or psoriasis, among other skin conditions. An infusion can be prepared from one handful of dandelion flowers in one cup of boiling water. Allow to cool and it will be perfect for washing wounds (moisten a cotton ball in it and rub it over the affected area). Treating anemia Dandelion has a significant amount if iron in the leaves and can be used to prevent or reduce anemia. It also allows the body to recover after being iron deficient for a long time. It is great for pregnant women that generally develop anemia during gestation. Helps with eye health Individuals that suffer from poor night vision or are likely to suffer from some sort of macular deformation can consume dandelion to add vitamin A, beta-carotenes, and helenin to their diets. These 3 nutrients stimulate the eyes’ ability to capture light, and they protect vision. Treat varicose veins and hemorrhoids This is because of the tannins in this plant. It provides relaxing and calming properties to alleviate external or peripheral circulatory problems, like varicose veins and hemorrhoids. In these cases, it would be a good idea to take a seated bath with the liquid made from seeping one handful of dandelion leaves in water, or moistening a cotton ball in the tea and spreading it over the area. Side effects and contraindications for dandelion Health Benefits of Dandelion Leaves and Dandelion Root
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