Dandelion, known principally as a weed, has an astonishing range of health benefits. Relatively common in the wild lands in most parts of the world, its medicinal uses have been recorded by physicians since the 11th century. The main function of this great herb is exerted upon the functions of the liver. Dandelion has the capacity to clear obstructions and stimulate the liver to eliminate toxins from the bloodstream.
In Chinese herbal medicine Dandelion is known as a blood-purifying herb and is well respected for its amazing ability to 'clear heat' and relieve toxicity, especially of the liver. Modern research have confirmed Dandelion's significant cleansing action on the liver and its stimulation on bile production. In fact, Dandelion is one of the most effective detoxifying herbs known. Its principal activity on the liver and gallbladder facilitate the removal of waste products while it stimulate the kidneys to remove toxins in the urine. Dandelion happens to be a remarkably well-balanced blood detoxification remedy that encourages the steady elimination of toxins due to infections, inflammation or pollution. Its effectiveness has been acknowledged in the treatment of many disorders, which includes constipation, skin problems such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and arthritic conditions such as gout and osteoarthritis.
Dandelion is also known as one of the finest diuretics, at least equal to any known drug medicine, and is of value in treating high blood pressure by a reduction of fluid volume in the body. However unlike many conventional diuretics which causes a loss of potassium level in the body, the rich content of potassium in Dandelion helps counteract any potential loss. Additional benefits includes efficacy in the treatment of hepatitis, cystitis, nephritis and hypoglycemia. Dandelion is also useful for clearing obstruction of the spleen, pancreas, gallbladder and kidneys.
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