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Dandelions- Therapeutic Guardians, not Destructive Enemies 11 July 2016

Spraying this plant is madness.
It’s like a guardian angel that follows us everywhere.
And we keep telling this benevolent angel to f…k off.
When it doesn’t, we kill it.
Usually with a cancer causing chemical.

Use the leaves in a salad.
Dig up the roots, wash them, dehydrate them
Then grind them into a fine powder.
Use as a tea or add to juices/blended drinks.

“I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.”
― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax

“A study published in the journal PLOS One, found that dandelion root could be a non-toxic and effective alternative to chemotherapy in certain patients. According to Dr. Siyaram Pandey, a biochemistry professor and author of the study, it was shocking how quickly dandelion roots killed leukemia cells in the lab.
We dug out the dandelion root and just ground it in a home blender with water, made the extract, filtered it, tried to put it in the same petri dishes where we grow the leukemia cells, and frankly speaking I was not expecting any activity because it was so diluted,” he said in a recent Ted Talk. “Yet cancer cells started dying, and more importantly, the healthy cells were fine.”
Another study published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine found that dandelion root extract had anti-cancer characteristics. This particular study looked at its impact on melanoma cancer cells, which tend to be resistant to chemotherapy. The authors write that it has a “natural chemotherapeutic agent that may be extended to other chemo-resistant cancer lines.”

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