Dandelion, for Your Backyard Herbal ApothecaryDandelion’s botanical name tells us that it was used in the official pharmacopeia universally for many disorders. The name Taraxacum means “remedy for disorders.” That should rouse your interests. If your get up and go has got up and left, dandelion might be the tonic herb you need to restore your energy levels. (pdf download) Many scientific studies demonstrate the effectiveness of dandelion in promoting health and wellness. Studies in mice have proven dandelion’s anti-inflammatory, pain relieving powers. Dandelion has a protective benefit to both the liver and the kidneys, the body’s toxin removal organs. Dandelion is also anti-cancer, inhibiting the formation of new blood vessels in cancer tumors. The root, leaf, and the flower have strong immune boosting and antioxidant activity, confirming the ancient uses of dandelion as a botanical medicine for many disorders. This ebook contains recipes and harvesting information to help you tap into the treasures of this tenacious backyard herbal ally for your own health and peace of mind. You'll find salves, ointments, moisturizers, bath bombs, tinctures, herbal tea, herbal coffee substitutes, and so much more to boost your health, soothe your aches, and save you money.
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