Scientists have discovered that the root of dandelion works better than chemotherapy. While chemotherapy kills all cells, dandelion root kills only ones affected by cancer.
This unjustly neglected plant abounds in medicinal properties, and the only thing what needs to be taken is to be picked from a clean environment, away from traffic. In folk’s medicine traditionally is preparing syrups of dandelion flowers, knowing that it contains many medicinal substances. But what is less known is that dandelion root helps cancer patients.
In addition, it has diuretic properties, stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanses the liver, helps in allergies, and is an excellent ally for lowering cholesterol. Dandelion root is rich in vitamins and minerals like iron, calcium, folic acid and magnesium, and also contains vitamin C and vitamin A.
Natural News announced that at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry of University of Windsor in Canada, was conducted a research and the results inspire new hope to all those suffering from this serious disease. Specifically, they came to the conclusion that the root of the dandelion kills cells affected by cancer. Another useful insight is that it has no adverse effect on other cells in the body.
The study also found that tea from dandelion root affects cancer cells so they literally falling apart within 48 hours, during which time healthy cells remain ungrazed. Continuous treatment with dandelion root can destroy most cancer cells in affected patients. This unexpected results forced researchers to continue to study these wondrous plant.
John Di Carlo, 72-year-old is personally convinced of the therapeutic properties of dandelion. He spent three years on intense and aggressive treatment of chemotherapy when the doctors released him at home to his loved ones to spend the last days. Given the fact that the doctors had fewer alternatives in finding solutions to fight his illness suggested him to drink tea from dandelion root, and after only four months experienced a remission of the disease.