This Root Kills 98% of Cancerous Cells in Only 2 Days

Since ancient times, the amazing health benefits and medicinal properties of dandelion have been valued and used. Apparently, this root has even more potent powers than previously thought, as scientists have found that can treat cancer!

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Dandelion significantly boosts the immune system and treats lung, prostate, and other cancer types. Dr. Caroline Hamm from the Windsor Regional Cancer Center in Ontario, Canada, found that the potent dandelion root extract effectively treats a cancer type which occurs in the elderly, that is, chronic myelomonocytic leukemia.


 

 Dandelion For Killing Cancer Cells


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John Di Carlo was seventy-two when he was battling leukemia. After grueling with non effective treatments, he was brought home to settle his affairs and spend his final days with his family. As a last resort, he cancer clinic tossed him a suggestion to drink dandelion root tea. Carlo listened dutifully, and four months later, he was in remission. He has been living cancer-free for the past few years.

The doctors attributed this sudden change to the dandelion tea he drank on a regular basis. It most probably should have been the very first option offered in John’s treatment plan. Recent studies show that the dandelion root extract might work rapidly on cancerous cells, same as it evidently did in John’s case.

 

 The Groundbreaking Study


Researchers from Windsor Regional Cancer Center in Canada announced in February 2015 that approval and funding for human clinical trials on dandelion's anti-cancer potential had been received. The researchers are testing a potent form of Dandelion Root extract on a group of 30 patients with end-stage, blood-related cancers.

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The University of Maryland Medical Center has also noted that the dandelion flower, in particular, possesses strong antioxidant properties which are helpful in averting cancer. Earlier research by Dr. Siyaram Pandey from the University of Windsor further illustrates the anti-cancer potential of dandelion.

In otherwise untreatable pancreatic cancer (which is said to have close to a 100 percent mortality rate), Dandelion Root extract was found to induce programmed cell death, also known as apoptosis, in pancreatic cancer cells. It also killed leukemia and melanoma cancer cells in humans. Dandelion Root extract similarly induced autophagy, a process by which the body maintains homeostasis through the proper elimination of damaged or malignant cells.

 

 Benefits of Dandelion


In addition to being a cancer cure, this root also has other benefits such as:

  • It helps fighting Diabetes – The roots and stems stimulate the production of insulin, which stabilizes blood sugar levels.

  • Regulates Digestive Issues – The vitamins and minerals in dandelions help cleanse the liver by filtering out impurities and increase the bile.

  • Prevent UTIs – Dandelions fight bacteria that causes Urinary Tract Infections.

  • It is a Good Source of Vitamin A – With one cup of dandelion tea, you can fight premature aging, vision impairment, and respiratory infections.

  • Strengthens Bones and Source of Vitamin K –  This reduces the risk of bone fractures and improves their health. Also, dandelions prevent tooth decay, calcium deficiency, and muscle tension.



 How to harvest, prepare, and use dandelion root?


You can harvest dandelion root at any time of the year. After you pull off  the root from the ground, cut the leaves off and gently remove the earth around the root. Make sure to not damage the root while washing it. After that, dry the root on around 100°F degrees on a sun. The whole drying procedure will take around 5 to 6 days.

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Dried dandelion root keeps its active compounds up to a year. Always store the roots in a glass jar in a cold and dark place. It is the best to use dandelion root in a form of powder. You can take a little over a half teaspoon of the powder once a day at any time and mix it with water or your favorite smoothie. Start with a little bit of the powder and as soon as you get use to the strong flavor, you can slowly increase the amount until reaching the desired dose.

Below there’s a video that explain a little more all the process. Enjoy!



 

 What about the Side Effects?


Admittedly, the taste of the dandelion root tea might not be as pleasant as that of other teas. However, its lack of side effects when applied as a cure for cancer is certainly a welcome relief. Living with the adverse side effects of radiation treatment and chemotherapy is not easy.

Conventional treatments for cancer cause harm the immune system by killing every cell including the healthy ones. Fortunately, the dandelion has the opposite effect since it boosts the immune system by exclusively targeting unhealthy cells.

 

 Conclusion


Evidently, taking dandelion tea, roots, stems, or greens on a daily basis offers a wide variety of health benefits. Its bitter taste might, however, prove to be a challenge for most people. Incorporate the bitter dandelion into a morning smoothie, otherwise swallowing an entire cup might prove impossible. Blend it with your favorite fruit to offset the bitter taste and slowly increase the dose until you reach a bit more than half spoon.

Summary


Key Takeaways



  • Dandelion significantly boosts the immune system and treats lung, prostate, and other cancer types.

  • Dr. Caroline Hamm from the Windsor Regional Cancer Center in Ontario, Canada, the potent dandelion root extract effectively treats a cancer type which occurs in the elderly, that is, chronic myelomonocytic leukemia.


Dandelion For Killing Cancer Cells



  • John Di Carlo was seventy-two when he was battling leukemia. After grueling but non effective treatments, he was brought home to settle his affairs and spend his final days with his family.

  • As a last resort, he cancer clinic tossed him a suggestion to drink dandelion root tea. Carlo listened dutifully, and four months later, he was in remission. He has been living cancer-free for the past three years.

  • The doctors attributed this sudden change to the dandelion tea he drank on a regular basis. It most probably should have been the very first option offered in John’s treatment plan.

  • Recent studies show that the dandelion root extract might work rapidly on cancerous cells, same as it evidently did in John’s case. (see full study)


The Groundbreaking Study



  • Researchers from Windsor Regional Cancer Center in Canada announced in February 2015 that approval and funding for human clinical trials on dandelion's anti-cancer potential had been received.

  • The University of Maryland Medical Center has also noted that the dandelion flower, in particular, possesses strong antioxidant properties which are helpful in averting cancer.

  • In otherwise untreatable pancreatic cancer (which is said to have close to a 100 percent mortality rate), Dandelion Root extract was found to induce programmed cell death, also known as apoptosis, in pancreatic cancer cells. It also killed leukemia and melanoma cancer cells in humans. (study #1, study #2, study #3)

  • Dandelion Root extract similarly induced autophagy, a process by which the body maintains homeostasis through the proper elimination of damaged or malignant cells.


Benefits of Dandelions


In addition to being a cancer cure, this root also has other benefits such as:

  • It helps to fight Diabetes – The roots and stems stimulate the production of insulin, which stabilizes blood sugar levels.

  • Regulates Digestive Issues – The vitamins and minerals in dandelions help cleanse the liver by filtering out impurities and increase the bile.

  • Prevent UTIs – Dandelions fight bacteria that causes Urinary Tract Infections.

  • It is a Good Source of Vitamin A – With one cup of dandelion tea, you can fight premature aging, vision impairment, and respiratory infections.

  • Strengthens Bones and Source of Vitamin K –  This reduces the risk of bone fractures and improves their health. Also, dandelions prevent tooth decay, calcium deficiency, and muscle tension.


How to harvest, prepare, and use dandelion root?



  • You can harvest dandelion root at any time of the year. After you pull off  the root from the ground, cut the leaves off and gently remove the earth around the root. Make sure do not damage the root while washing it.

  • After that, dry the root on around 100°F degrees on a sun. The whole drying procedure will take around 5 to 6 days.

  • Dried dandelion root keeps its active compounds up to a year. Always store the roots in a glass jar in a cold and dark place.

  • It is the best to use dandelion root in a form of powder. You can take a little over a half teaspoon of the powder once a day at any time and mix it with water or your favorite smoothie.

  • Also, you can see the full video, that explain how to do it correctly.


What about the Side Effects?



  • Conventional treatments for cancer cause harm to the immune system by killing every cell including the healthy ones. Fortunately, the dandelion has the opposite effect since it boosts the immune system by exclusively targeting unhealthy cells.




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