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I’m very busy reorganizing my life, but I fund this interesting page about dandelion health benefits and I want to share with you. Wishing you all good health and happiness.
God bless.

God's Healing Plants


Plant historians know that dandelions have been an important component of traditional Chinese medicine for at least a thousand years. The plants, believed to be native to the Mediterranean, were well known by ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians. Medicinally, dandelion roots and leaves were used as a tonic to remove toxins from the bloodstream, acting as a gentle diuretic to improve the function of the digestive system. 


Dandelions produce many small yellow flowers, called florets, which collectively form one flower head. Once it has finished flowering, the flower head dries out, the florets drop off and a seed head is formed. The seeds are then dispersed by the wind, often carried as many as 5 miles from their origin!

Although dandelion is often overlooked as just a pesky weed, it can actually be a useful addition to both your kitchen and your medicine cabinet. Both the root…

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    My GRAND FATHER told us about this, back in the 1960’s, ( He WAS a FARMER.), He told of how the MAIN chemical gave DEFENSE against Cancers… and “made SURE” that a ‘Man’ wouldn’t suffer PROSTATE FAILURE(S) when “TIME” had worn away “some”… The DANDELION IS, ALSO, the MOST DIRECT plant PRODUCER of PURE RUBBER, ( The TREES that produce such ARE DYING to over harvesting. ONE ACRE = “about” 500 tires / The RUSSIAN Dandelion.).

  2. So much that nature supplies free, and in abundance, can be a source of good, but most of us have lost the art of close communication with the natural world, so we need to treasure what links we have – or can be re-introduced to. Thank you for your words of wisdom.

  3. Only when in nature (I live in a polluted city) I pick them and eat them in a salad. I read the roots are even more beneficial, so I’ve picked some and am currently drying them, I think I’ll consume them in tea

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