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Why is dandelion used for liver detox?

Dandelion is a plant that can be useful to strengthen the liver and gallbladder due to its rich chemical composition. Its use during therapeutic procedures can have a positive effect on blood in general. Due to the bitter taste, the herb can have a stimulating effect on the bile ducts and act as a tonic for the liver.

The dandelion detox complex can also stimulate the production of bile in the human body.

In fact, dandelion treatment is possible with the use of any part of it. They can be used to make quite a large number of medicinal products, including:

  1. Decoctions.
  2. Teas.
  3. Infusions.
  4. Coffee.
  5. Jam.
  6. Honey.

Due to the distinctive bitterness, essential oils, and tannins that are present in the dandelion, a cleansing effect on the liver can be exerted. In addition, it becomes possible to restore its functionality, as well as the normalization of the digestive system.

By taking a decoction of dandelions, the excretion of bile can be normalized, which, in turn, will favorably affect the restoration of hepatic parenchyma cells - hepatocytes.

Contraindications and nuances to be aware of.

Dandelion has practically no contraindications for use in the treatment and cleansing of the liver. But there are still some exceptions. This herb should not be taken by those people who suffer from diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. For example, from the stomach and duodenal ulcers, gastritis, blockage of the bile ducts, etc.

When using dandelion-based medicines, you should strictly follow the annotation in the package. Otherwise, possible unpleasant side effects may be pain in the digestive tract, vomiting, diarrhea, or urges to them.

During the purification and treatment of the liver, it is impossible to collect dandelions that grow in a polluted area, as well as in places that are located near highways and various polluting industrial enterprises.

To prevent possible negative reactions in the body, it is advisable to clean the intestines before taking dandelion-based remedies. When conducting therapy aimed at cleansing and subsequent restoration of the liver, it is very important to exercise increased caution. This is very important because the bitterness that is present in the plant can cause heartburn (if the single dosage is exceeded).

What else do you need to know?

For the preparation of dandelion products, it is very important to use only high-quality raw materials. Otherwise, the patient may experience various unpleasant consequences in the form of dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting.

Features of liver detox with dandelion.

To detoxify the liver, you can drink dandelion tea. To prepare it, you will need to brew a teaspoon of dried plant roots in a cup of boiling water. The drink should be infused for at least 10 minutes. Then it should be filtered and taken 2-3 times a day for 4-6 weeks. It has been noticed that people suffering from cirrhosis of the liver, as well as those who are addicted to alcohol, can feel an improvement after taking a decoction of dandelions.

Such preventive treatment should be carried out in the spring and summer periods. In addition, in summer you can also chew young dandelion shoots. This part of the herb can also be added to salads, teas, and juices. Interestingly, the addition of dandelion to the usual diet contributes not only to the cleansing of the liver, but also to the purification of the blood. At the same time, it will be possible to improve the condition of the spleen, kidneys and even the pancreas.

Drinking tea from dandelion roots can have a positive effect on the stimulation of metabolic processes in the body. It can also lead to the removal of heavy metals from your blood.

It is possible to use dandelion for medicinal purposes in diseases such as diabetes mellitus and hepatitis. In such cases, it is better to use the herb in the summer season: 10 young inflorescences every day.

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