Dandelion is mentioned early in the 10th century by Arab physicians, who used it for medicinal purposes. The plant was also recommended as a herbal written in the 13th century by the physicians of Myddfai in Wales. It is native to Europe and Asia, but was naturalized in North America and now grows widely as a weed in nearly all climates.
Dandelion has been used for its nutritional value in addition to other uses including diuresis, regulation of blood glucose, appetite stimulation, liver and gall bladder disorders, and for dyspeptic complaints.
When it comes in word about recipes for the liver and bile, herbalists in most cases recommend dandelion, which have proved insuperable treatment to these difficulties.
All parts of the plant are medicinal. The flower is used to make syrup (similar to honey), while fresh leaves harvested before blooming (later to become very bitter), used for making salads as clean egg yolk and liver.
Herbalists advise consumption of fresh stalks of dandelion for people suffering from diabetes because it regulates the level of sugar in the blood and act beneficial to the pancreas. Tea from the root of dandelion cleans liver from toxins and stimulates for dissolving gall stones and its complete elimination.
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Dandelion for Healthy Liver – Recipe
One tablespoon of dandelion root is poured with 5 deciliters of cold water and left covered overnight. In the morning heats to all the way up to boiling. It stands covered for hour and a half and it’s should be drank 2.5 deciliters half an hour before breakfast, and half an hour before lunch, should be done at least 21 days.