Dandelions were brought to Canada by the French in the 1700's where it was
used in salads and as a health remedy to cope with cold weather and a lack of ...
Find patient medical information for DANDELION on WebMD including its uses,
effectiveness, side effects and safety, interactions, user ratings and products that
Dandelion is used as a bitter tonic in atonic dyspepsia, and as a mild laxative in
habitual constipation. When the ...
Oct 10, 2012 ... Traditionally, dandelion has been used a diuretic, to increase the amount of urine
the body produces in order to get rid of excess fluid.
Dandelion has been used for its nutritional value in addition to other uses
including diuresis, regulation of blood glucose, liver and gall bladder disorders, ...
Dandelion deserves a place of honor in any herb lover's garden. Every part of the
plant is useful. It is well worth a closer look.
Traditionally, dandelion was commonly used to address liver, kidney and spleen
problems, and as a diuretic. Modern herbal healers use it for similar purposes.
Dandelion is a sunny, subtle, yet incredibly healing plant used for thousands of
years in China and mentioned in traditional Arabian medicine in the tenth century
One of the traditional uses of dandelion roots, leaves, and flowers is as a diuretic.
Consuming the plant, especially as a tea, will increase the amount of urine you ...
Oct 9, 2013 ... In traditional Chinese medicine, among others, dandelion is used to support liver
health, nourish bones and joints, and stimulate urinary ...