How To Make Dandelion Tea? It Fights Diabetes, Kills Cancer Cells & Serves as Great Diuretic

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Dandelion root tea is a great spring tonic for our bodies; it helps the transition from winter to the warmer season, by nourishing and balancing the blood so it will flow better and keep us cooler in the summer season. Dandelion root has been used in Chinese medicine to treat various heart conditions. These heart health promoting benefits of dandelion root come from antioxidant compounds called polyphenols and flavonoids.

Dandelion root Nutrition Facts:

-Filled with vitamins A, C, D and B complex.
-Minerals are abundant too such as zinc, iron and potassium.
-It is very high in calcium and other nutrients.

Benefits of Dandelion Root Tea:

Fights Diabetes

Dandelion root tea and juice help people with diabetes by stimulating the production of insulin from the pancreas and keeping blood sugar levels low. If our pancreas doesn’t produce proper amounts of insulin, or if our cells can’t properly process insulin, it results in diabetes. Because the glucose isn’t properly utilized, it accumulates in the bloodstream and results in high blood glucose or sugar levels.

Kills Cancer Cells

Tea dandelion acts on cancer cells in such a way that they decompose in 48 hours. Scientists have discovered that the root of the dandelion does “better” than chemotherapy since “kills” completely only a cells that are infected with cancer. It was found that the root of dandelion effectively “kills” the cells infected with cancer without adverse effects on other cells in the body.

Serves as Diuretic

Dandelion root tea has a natural diuretic effect, allowing your liver to more quickly eliminate toxins. It also helps strengthen the immune system, balance blood sugar levels, relieve heartburn and soothe digestive issues. Because dandelion helps reduce uric acid and stimulates urine production, it’s beneficial for fighting bacterial infections within the digestive tract and reproductive organs.

Dandelion Root Tea Recipe

Ingredient:

-1 tbsp. *roasted dandelion root
-1/2 tsp. *minced, fresh ginger
-1 cardamom seed
-12 oz. Water
-Honey or sugar to taste

Direction:

Combine all ingredients except honey and bring to a boil. Continue boiling for five to ten minutes. Strain, add honey, and serve.

Sources:

1) http://theherbgardener.blogspot.in/2009/06/dandelion-tea-recipes.html

2) https://www.teamindbody.com/blogs/healthy-tea-info/9927838-health-benefits-of-dandelion-root-tea-super-herb-for-liver-health

3) http://www.enkivillage.com/dandelion-root-tea.html

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Phyllis Bentley
I have 12 years’ experience in the medical industry. As a freelance writer, I have written a number of articles which have been published in highly read publications. I have a strong knowledge base in a range of medical and wellness topics and in the business of health care.
Specialities in Family health; autoimmune diseases; mental health; diabetes, cancer; fitness and nutrition.

  • Kenshi

    What does the “*” prior to the first two ingredients indicate?

    • Td Anibal

      They mean that you need to click on the source websites to get the how-to. Here’s the instructions for roasting dandelion root:
      When the roots have been harvested, cleaned, and chopped, roast them on a
      cookie sheet in a 150 to 200 degree F oven for two to three hours. You
      can also dry them in a dehydrator then roast them at 300 degrees F for
      10 minutes.

      • mangomuffin2

        Thank you!!

        • Joe Cleary

          The “*” should also be next to the source!

      • Rawsome Chef Mary

        What’s the benefit of roasting them? I’d prefer to use raw ones to preserve the nutrients if possible.

        • Sharon Buchanan

          I’m with you. Third source at the end has a recipe that uses fresh but mentions the use of dried as well. No difference except in time.

  • Joyful Song

    What can one do if allergic to ginger?

    • Julie Howes

      If allergic to any food you probably have a gut bacteria Inbalance. Try reading gut and psychology syndrome by Dr Natash McBride.

    • Geri Dee

      simple, don’t use it.

  • NoRagHeads

    Many years ago some man at a produce shop told me dandelion cures cancer. This is before any studies I know of.. He must have had inside information or first hand experience.

  • politicians r actors

    Why do I need a cardamon seed (whatever that is)?