Nearly everyone living in the northern hemisphere has encountered the dandelion, likely in great number since the herb is a prolific and often invasive plant. If you’re suffering from problems with water retention, dandelion root is commonly used as a diuretic. In fact, many people in the West use it as part of a weight loss regimen to battle excess water weight. It can also be used to help you improve your digestion and detoxify the liver.*
If you have chronic urinary tract infections, dandelion can help to prevent them. And because of its diuretic properties dandelion can also be used to lower blood pressure. dandelion can also help to relieve a stomachache and help you to regain your appetite if you’ve lost it due to illness. If you have problems with joint pain, dandelion will again come to your rescue. It can be used to treat gout and rheumatoid arthritis. Yet it’s also effective as a treatment for acne, eczema, and psoriasis of the skin. As you can see, dandelion is one of the most useful herbs around. It can be used to treat a wide variety of issues from minor to serious. It’s even known to help build up the blood and reduce problems that occur with anemia.*
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