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Dandelion

Dandelion, the best friend of our kidneys and liver…

No, I am not talking about that type of “dandelion” ;D But rather the plant. The dandelionis a perennial herb that reaches between 10 and 50 centimeters in height. Is small. Its flower measures between 2 and 7 centimeters in diameter. It is also known as amargón, cerraja or moraja. It is said that the dandelion was introduced from Europe and Asia, however there are those who point out that it may be native to North America. In the same way, today it is distributed throughout almost the whole world. The dandelions are used in their entirety, as each part serves something different. Its young leaves are mainly used in food, such as salads. The mature leaves and their roots are used for medicinal purposes.

 

But … Why is it said to be an ally for the kidneys and liver?

Dandelion leaves have a large number of diuretic properties that facilitate the work of the kidneys since they stimulate the flow of urine. Besides that, it is also a good toxin remover and this is reflected in the condition of the skin. Drinking dandelion tea prevents diseases such as fluid retention, kidney stones, lymphatic inflammation, bladder infections and edema.

You can take dandelion infusion up to 3 times a day if you want to cleanse your body, under medical supervision. Since it is known to be a very strong plant.

On the other hand, the liver is the organ in charge of keeping the blood clean. The toxins that reach our bloodstream end up in the liver. This can end up damaging our liver. The root of the dandelion helps to detoxify, The function of the dandelion is to hinder the creation of toxins and facilitate the disposal of existing ones. If the liver has irregularities in its functioning, the dandelion infusion helps it to return to its functions on a regular basis.

 

Dandelion is known mainly for these two functions, but it also brings other benefits

– It purifies the body of toxic elements
– It is a powerful diuretic
– Ideal for constipation It
– helps to clean impurities from the skin, as well as it treats the problem of acne
– Relieves rheumatic problems
– Purifies the blood
– Prevents neuronal damage in the brain such as Alzheimer’s

Dandelion also provides the body with 112% of the minimum required daily value of vitamin A as a carotenoid antioxidant. This, in particular, is good for the skin, vision and mucous membranes.

It also contains flavonoids, carotene, lutein, cryptoxanthin, fiber, vitamin C, A, D, E, B and B6, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese, folate, phosphorus, copper, magnesium, lecithin, inositol, phytosterols , phenols, taraxasterol (present in the roots), chlorogenic, linoleic and chicoric acid.

 

Cosmetically, what does dandelion do for us?

It protects the skin from photoaging caused by UVB damage, protects us from cellular damage caused by oxidative stress, eliminates stains and dryness. This plant is ideal for those with problems such as eczema or rosacea. With this infusion, they help reduce inflammation in boils and rashes. Dandelion contains linoleic acid, applied topically, helps the skin retain its natural moisture, therefore a more hydrated and wrinkle-free face is obtained.


Now we know why Bella from “Beauty and the Beast” has enviable skin ;D

 

 

 

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