Herb That Is 100 TIMES Stronger Than Chemo Drugs AND Kills Cancer In 2 Days

You are probably familiar with dandelions, the flowers which are often seen in gardens and parks.  They look brilliant, so it is no wonder that they are often used to decorate our gardens.

But, did you know that apart from being used as ornamental flowering plants, dandelions offer a wide range of health benefits? From helping maintain bone and skin health to treating anemia and jaundice, dandelions really works wonders for the overall health.  Interestingly, it turns out that they pack a potent health punch, particularly when it comes to cancer.  But, before we go into details regarding their cancer-fighting properties, let`s discuss the other health benefits first.
Improves Bone Health
Dandelion is packed with calcium, a nutrient that is essential for both growth and strength of the bones.  Its antioxidant content helps protect the bones from age-related damage.
Treats Liver Disorders
The antioxidants in dandelion keep the liver functioning properly and protect it from aging.  It also helps maintain proper bile flow, while promoting digestion and stimulating the liver.
Controls Diabetes
Dandelion juice stimulates the production of insulin, which keeps the blood sugar levels low.  As dandelions work as natural diuretic, they increase urination in diabetics and help remove excess sugar from the system.
Prevents Anemia
Being high in iron, protein, and vitamins, dandelions help prevent anemia and keep the condition in check in those who already have it.
Treats Jaundice
Jaundice is a liver-related disorder which is caused by overproduction of bile, which eventually enters the bloodstream.  Excess bile is reflected through the skin, so this condition is characterized by skin discoloration.  Dandelions work by regulating bile production and promoting urination and eliminating of excess bile.
Skin Care
Dandelion sap helps treat skin diseases that are caused by fungal and microbial infections.  The sap itself is alkaline and packed with fungicidal, insecticidal, and germicidal properties.  It can be used on ringworm, eczema, itches, and other skin conditions.
The Power Of Dandelions
Both doctors and scientists claim that dandelion roots are 100 times more potent than conventional chemotherapy drugs.   John DiCarlo, a 72 year old cancer patient went into complete remission after four months of using dandelion root!
One of the most important aspects of dandelion root potency is that while it fights and kills cancer cells, it leaves the healthy ones intact. This is very important as chemo drugs affect healthy cells, too.
Amazingly, dandelion root can begin killing cancer in as little as 2 days. Regular consumption may also help prevent the cancer risk in the first place.
Best Way To Enjoy Dandelions
Dandelions are quite versatile, so you can drink them as tea, add them to salads, or use them as addition to your favorite smoothies.

Roasted Dandelion Root Tea

Ingredients
  • 1 tbsp plus 1 1/2 tbsp of dried dandelion root
  • 2 cups water
  • 1-2 tbsp butter
  • 1 cinnamon stick ( optional)
  • 1 tsp dried ginger ( optional)
  • Vanilla extract to taste ( optional)
  • Raw honey to taste ( optional)
Instructions
  • Toast the dried dandelion root in a medium pot over medium heat until it becomes golden brown
  • Add the water and the optional ingredients
  • Bring to boil
  • Reduce the heat and simmer for additional half an hour
  • Strain and serve. 
Sources:
https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/health-benefits-of-dandelion.html
http://fitlife.tv/herb-that-is-100-times-stronger-than-chemo-drugs-and-kills-cancer-in-2-days/

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