Therapeutic effects of Dandelion root:
• Against Hypertension
• Treats kidney disease
• Anti cellulite
• Against rheumatism, arthritis and osteoarthritis
• Against eczema
• Against excess cholesterol
• Elimination of toxins
• Against gallstones
Organic dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) is a stemless perennial very common in meadows and pastures.
Native to Europe, organic dandelion is widely distributed in warm temperate areas of the northern hemisphere and is recognized for its many health benefits and virtues.
Dandelion and its health benefits
Raw organic dandelion root is rich in vitamin A, vitamins B6 and B9, and vitamin C, which makes it a vegetable that strengthens the immune system, helps our body fight bacteria and toxins, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and treats cancer, strengthens skin, tissue and bones.
Source of iron and potassium, organic dandelion acts on the balance of the nervous system and our muscle functions. It helps fight against fatigue.
Very rich in polyphenols (it is the vegetable that contains the most), organic dandelion is an excellent antioxidant, an ally against the aging of the body.
Anti-inflammatory and diuretic, dandelion facilitates the elimination of toxins of infectious, food and environmental origin. It also helps to treat high blood pressure.
Excellent natural depurative, this plant regulates intestinal functions. Dandelion has a sovereign action on difficult digestion and constipation problems. It also fights against excess cholesterol.
Organic dandelion stimulates the gallbladder and acts on the liver. It is recommended for the treatment of liver failure, painful liver attacks and jaundice.
Powerful tonic and "cleanser" of the liver and blood, dandelion juice is sometimes recommended as a cure to boost the body at the rate of several cups a day for a week.
It is recognized for virtues against rheumatism, arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Organic dandelion is also recommended in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis and other skin manifestations. A decoction of dandelion roots cleanses impurities from the skin and allows the face to regain its radiance.
Dandelion against water retention
Our grandmothers used to prepare a salad of fresh dandelion leaves to aid digestion. But this field flower is also effective in gently draining tissue and relieving swollen legs and ankles.
Also called lion's tooth, the wild plant has diuretic properties, which has earned it its name of "piss-au-lit". Thanks to its richness in potassium, the dandelion stimulates the elimination of water by the kidneys and unclogs the tissues by evacuating the excess of accumulated liquid. Suddenly, we deflate much more easily!