Dandelion affects the blood, pancreas, gallbladder, intestine, kidneys, liver, and stomach. It now makes sense why Dr. Sebi used dandelion root to treat the major organs. Queen Afua said to drink dandelion tea made from its leaves and roots to strengthen the woman womb. She recommended it for anemia, and she even said dandelion tea purifies and expel acid from the blood. So, let's explore even more powerful healing properties of the dandelion root herb.
Purposes and healing benefits of dandelion root
The root of dandelion affects many forms of secretion and excretion from the human body. It removes toxins or poisons by acting as a tonic and stimulant in the body. Dandelion cleanses the liver and the blood. Diabetes is benefited because dandelion works well to cleanse the blood- eczema and dropsy are benefited from this as well.
Dandelion root is high in the mineral iron; it is excellent for treating anemia. When taking internally, dandelion removes excess water and promotes the formation of biles: a yellow greenish liquid made by the liver to help the body digest fats. Dandelion reduces Uric acid and serum cholesterol. Lastly, dandelion tea is good for constipation, insomnia, and dyspepsia. Are you beginning to understand why herbalists called dandelion root the silent doctor?