Yes, and you should also know that this super healthy root has been accepted by many people around the world. I really think that you’ll be amazed when we tell you that a recent study has revealed that dandelion contains chemicals whose biological activities are actively being explored for roles in human health. In particular, evidence suggests that dandelion contains antioxidant and redness-resistant compounds.
The researchers have discovered that dandelion root extract was extremely cytotoxic to all three types of human leukemia cells tested, killing up to 96% of the CMML cells (Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia) after 48 hours of treatment in vitro. The extract was prepared from dandelions freshly picked from a local grassy field, and the researchers stated that the extract has “great potential” as an effective alternative to conventional chemo. But, the question remains – will dandelion work against this cancer in real people? The famous Dr. Caroline Hamm because, the lead researcher in this study, mentioned that several patients in her Canadian cancer clinic went into remission for months by using dandelion tea. One patient in particular was a 72-year-old man for whom aggressive chemo treatments had failed. So, the hospital sent him home and told him that he doesn’t have much time. So, this brave 72-year-old man started drinking dandelion tea and returned to the clinic 4 months later in complete remission from the cancer.
What happened next – well, after 3 years later, he was still in remission and healthy. And, in the same time, different studies have revealed that dandelion extracts are also potently active against pancreatic cancer, melanoma, breast cancer and prostate cancer. This is no surprise to herbal medicine specialists: various extracts of dandelion have been already used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat multiple illnesses. We really hope you enjoyed this article and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. Thank You and have a good day!