This ubiquitous plant supports digestion and nourishes the liver. It also provides urinary system support.
Liver and kidney tonic
- Provides urinary system support.
How It Works:
Herbalists consider this plant one of the most nutrient-rich in the plant kingdom. The whole plant is edible—the flowers, the leaves and the roots. The herb is a source of many important minerals and vitamins.
Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily.
Liver and kidney tonic Taraxacum officinale - (Latin "remedy for
Dandelion root is a bitter laxative, tonic, and diuretic that has been used
for liver and spleen ailments as well as joint pain and eczema.
It is a primary herb in blood purifier, kidney and pancreas formulas.
Dandelion is a rich source of minerals and vitamin A.
The salts in dandelion act to neutralize the acids in the body.
Dandelion has helped serious liver conditions such as hepatitis,
jaundice and cirrhosis by stimulating the liver to clean the blood better.
The root is especially helpful for the liver.
Dandelion has also helped strengthen the kidneys and is used in combinations
for high blood pressure and water retention.
It is rich in organic sodium and potassium; both essential electrolyte minerals.
It does not deplete the body of potassium like some chemical diuretics.
Tender young leaves may be eaten raw. Be careful that you don't eat from
lawns that have been treated with herbicides or insecticides.