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Improve overall health, including liver function and skin problems, with dandelion

5/9/2014 - Time to put the "dandelions are annoying weeds" thoughts to rest. Its roots, sap and leaves are powerful ways to help heal the body, ranging from improving liver function to combating skin conditions such as eczema (1). In fact, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center, "Native Americans...

Dandelion has unsuspected health benefits such as inhibiting cancer cell growth

12/4/2013 - So many people can't wait to get rid of them once they start growing on their lawn, since dandelions are often seen as unwelcome weeds. Some of you may also recall the Rolling Stones song named "Dandelion" that came out during the summer of 1967. It was possibly the last time that dandelion was truly...

Dandelions aren't just weeds in the yard - Discover how dandelions protect against diabetes, cancer, liver disease, and kidney stones

6/11/2013 - If you haven't already sprayed this year's crop of dandelions with Roundup or other herbicide - and you'd like to rid your lawn from unwanted vegetation - why not dig up your dandelions and make tea or eat them in salads, stews or a green smoothie? The common dandelion proliferating summer lawns...

Dandelion: Your medicinal powerhouse go-to herb for spring cleansing

5/4/2013 - Dandelion is a common weed flower that is usually considered somewhat of a nuisance by fastidious lawn keepers. It can grow wild anywhere. But this weed with it's cute little yellow flowers packs a punch medicinally. It has been used as a healing and preventative herb for centuries. And currently...

Four bitter herbs heal the liver, gall bladder, and other ailments

10/8/2012 - Certain bitter herbs are considered liver herbs because they stimulate, cleanse, and protect the liver and gall bladder. While Western palates are not fond of bitter tasting foods, they do stimulate and support digestion. German research shows that bitter tonic herbs stimulate bile and hydrochloric...

Discover a common yard weed that's proven to kill cancer cells

5/3/2012 - Most natural health advocates know that dandelion is a good liver tonic. But now research is showing that it's also a cancer fighter. This research discovery occurred at Windsor University in Windsor, Canada. A Windsor University biochemist, Siyaram Pandey, reluctantly took up dandelion research...

Dandelion gets scientific acceptance as an antioxidant and "novel" cancer therapy

3/31/2012 - Dandelion is the bane of immaculate lawn enthusiasts, but holds healing secrets that few people realize. Dandelion is a delicious super-food to add to salads and soups. It contains substantial vitamins and a host of plant-based minerals, especially potassium. The herb stimulates the flow of bile from...

Five foods for healthy skin

9/20/2011 - Although the cosmetic industry would have us believe otherwise, beautiful skin doesn't come from a jar full of perfumed chemicals. Beyond being born with great genes, the best thing you can do for your skin is to eat a healthy diet. Learn how to enhance your skin from the inside out by eating foods...

Use this common weed as a diuretic, mild laxative and appetite enhancer

5/13/2011 - While many people see Dandelions as an inconvenient weed on their manicured lawns, others have realised just how many health benefits and culinary uses this common garden weed really has. Over the years, its roots, leaves and flowers have been used as an appetite enhancer, a mild laxative and even a...

Rejuvenate your liver this spring with dandelions

3/31/2011 - Early spring is the time of year to find dandelion greens emerging from the ground. Though many people try to banish dandelion from their lawns, dandelion is a valuable medicinal plant in both Eastern and Western herbal traditions. In both traditions, dandelions function to rejuvenate the liver, clearing...

East and West, Dandelion is Best

3/23/2009 - It is the time of year to find dandelion greens emerging from the ground. Dandelion leaves are found in basal rosettes, and will stay this way even when it puts up its flower stalk. The leaves are hairless and sharply toothed (the name Dandelion means "tooth of lion.") Milky white sap is found running...

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