A dandelion plant has been used for cures in alternative medicine for a very long time due to its many health benefits.
It is known to detoxify the liver, stimulate the creation of bile, regulate good cholesterol levels, allergy treatment, and is also great for pregnant women and women in menopause.
The month of April is the best period to pick it and harvest it from areas away from pollution. A dandelion stem is the most useful part, as it helps in the treatment of diabetes, purifying the blood, regulating the metabolism, and treating stomach issues.
The leaves of dandelion are rich in vitamins that can be combined into salads and different meals and also help you lose weight. Dandelion flowers are used in making of blood purifying syrup that also improves digestion, and relieves cough.
Peel and chop the roots and leave it to dry outside for two weeks. When dry, the roots will be crispy, and you should store them in a jar in a dark, cool place.
It is particularly useful and effective in the case of female issues, and problems associated with breastfeeding.
How to make a dandelion syrup recipe:
400 yellow dandelion flowers
Four cut lemons
Four cut oranges
3 litres of water
Put the ingredients into water and leave it for 24 hours. Next, put 2 cups of sugar, and boil for half a minute. Remove the mixture when it becomes thick and syrupy and store it into a glass jar. Use this mixture to treat common colds, coughs, and bronchitis.
How to make a dandelion tea recipe
Prepare a dandelion tea using dried, minced, chopped, and mixed dandelion leaves. Add half a teaspoon of the dried dandelion leaves to a glass of boiling.
Also, you can mix 60 grams of dandelion leaves with 30 grams of dried dandelion roots. Add it to 100ml of water, and pinch of salt. Boil it for 20 minutes and using a strainer, separate the leftovers. Consume this mixture three time a day!
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