A Plant That Is 100Times More Effective Than Chemotherapy – Dandelion!!!
Not many people know that the Dandelion can help against cancer. It has been used for ages for its health benefits but not many knew its amazing benefits against cancer. A research made in the University of Windsor, Canada claimed that the dandelion can help 100 times more than chemotherapy. It is widely known that chemotherapy kills all cells, the healthy and the cancer cells. But the dandelion help to kill only the cancer cells, preventing and protecting the healthy cells in the system.
Dandelion tea has been used for many of its benefits like cleaning the kidneys, fighting allergies, reducing the level of cholesterol in the system. Among many of its properties the dandelion hides the richness of vitamin B6, vitamin C, iron, potassium, folic acid and magnesium.
The research conducted in the University of Windsor the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry gives hope to patients suffering from cancer. They are trying to show that the dandelion can kill only the cancer cells and not the healthy cells.
The life of John Di Carlo testifies for this research. He was diagnosed with cancer and had 3 years of aggressive chemotherapy treatments. Doctors gave up on him and send him home to be around family. The dandelion tea was then introduced to John. You started drinking dandelion tea and after 4 months his cancer was in remission.
The right way to pick and prepare Dandelion root!
Picking dandelion should be done during spring and fall. First you need to clean and chop the dandelion root. Leave it to dry for at least 14 days. After this you need to store it in jars in a dark and dry place. It will stay that way for a year.
Preparing of Dandelion tea
Boil water in a saucepan until it becomes ¼ of it.
Chop 1½ to 2 teaspoons dried root.
Add the teaspoons to the water and leave it to boil for 5-10 minutes.
Strain the tea and discard the used root pieces.
Note: Try to find dandelions in not polluted fields.
Before you want to start and use the dandelion tea you should consult your doctor.
There might be an allergic reaction to the dandelion if you already have allergic reaction to ragweed or similar plants. Consult a doctor and make sure it is safe for you to use it.