Dandelion Root - Pure Herbs Dandelion Root is beneficial for occasional stomach discomfort.* Pure Herbs Dandelion Root is beneficial for maintenance of liver and gall bladder health.* Digestive support.* Traxacum officinale
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Dandelion Root (Traxacum officinale) This delightful herald of spring and most common honey source provides us not only with the golden beauty of the sun but a treasure storehouse of nutrition and food. Its flower petals add a delightful and exotic touch to salads and its leaves an unexcelled source of potassium, iron and non-toxic Vitamin A for the eyes, skin, blood and energy. The stomach, joints and blood stream demand natural organic sodium for normal function. Dandelion root is a valuable source of organic sodium (not the salt shaker kind of sodium), for relief of ulcers, stomach disorders, and joint and muscle stiffness. Dandelion Root may be used to drive out "bad sodium" deposits (from excess consumption of regular sodium salt) from the body and gently re-establish the proper active and necessary sodium balance, for the stomach, joints and in the blood stream. This cleansing yellow flowered plant while gentle is a most effective blood and liver cleaner as well as blood nutrient. Dandelion is a valuable deposit for your blood bank account. Dandelion, contrary to certain interests, is public friend #1, and if it is growing in your lawn, you probably need it.*
DOSAGE: 10 to 40 drops three times per day in fluid or under the tongue.
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