Dandelion is a plant used for years in medicinal use. Among the benefits that the body brings to improving liver function, digestion, it helps to lose weight. Also, this tea is an excellent diuretic, cleanses the blood, removes toxins from the kidneys and liver.
If you want to take advantage of everything your dandelion can do for your health, it's time to act. The best time to harvest the dandelion is spring until mid-May. After this period the dandelion no longer benefits in food.
The root and leaves are rich in fructose and insulin, contain active principles, phenolic acids. The leaves also contain flavonoids, potassium salts, vitamins A, B, C, H and H, betacarotene, lutein. Dandelions are rich in calcium. In other words, one cup of tea contains 100 milligrams of calcium. Last but not least, the dandelion leaves contain a large amount of iron. More specifically, a cup of tea has 1.8 milligrams of iron.
At the same time, the dandelion rich in potassium contributes to the regulation of blood pressure.
Dandelion tea recommended for calming skin irritation.
Dandelion tea helps reduce stress and, in addition, improves inflammation of the liver.
At the same time, dandelion tea is one of the most useful teas when you want to lose weight. In addition, the spring has just begun, so it is abundant. This tea is a powerful detoxifying but also an elite diuretic. If you do not want to pick up the dandelion, you can buy this tea from the plafar. Careful! If you want to win in the fight with pounds, then it's good to drink 3 cups of dandelion tea a day.
There are studies that claim that the nutrients found in the dandelion leaves can reduce the risk of cancer but also multiple sclerosis. Last but not least, it reduces the risk of stroke. This is explained by the fact that the leaves have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.
Two compounds – chicory and chlorogenic acid – found in the leaves of the dandelion can help reduce blood sugar levels.