California Xtracts, Dandelion, 1 fl oz (30 ml)

Dandelion root, along with containing substantial vitamins and a host of plant-based minerals, especially potassium. The herb also provides countless benefits. It stimulates the flow of bile from the liver into the gall bladder, making dandelion a key ingredient in liver cleanse formulas.

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Description

    • May help support liver health and detoxification processes*
    • Herbal Supplement
    • Kosher Parve
Suggested Use
 
30 drops in water or juice, 1-3 times daily, or as directed by your healthcare professional. Shake well before using.
Other Ingredients
 
Grain alcohol (55-65% by volume), deionized water
Warnings
 
Keep out of the reach of children.  
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 30 Drops (1 ml)
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving %DV
Organic Fresh and Dry Dandelion Root (Taraxacum officinale) 667 mg^ *
^Herb Weight Equivalence *Daily Value Not Established


Long Description:
Medical researchers are enthusiastic about the effects of dandelion on various cancers
Medical science is finally beginning to accept the positive results from natural dietary supplements in healing cancer. Just in the past few years, clinical research has been published stating the benefits of herbal supplements such as dandelion for cancer. Here are a few studies:

  The International Journal of Oncology published a 2008 clinical study showing the positive effects of dandelion leaf tea. Dandelion leaf tea decreased breast cancer cells, but dandelion root tea did not. Researchers went on to test prostate cancer cells and found similar results. The scientists concluded that dandelion extract may be considered a “novel” anti-cancer agent.

  The Journal of Ethnopharmacology published a study in January 2011 which tested the effects of dandelion root tea on leukemia cells. The study showed that dandelion root tea killed leukemia cells through a process called apoptosis. It is believed that dandelion root tea signals a “kill switch” on leukemia cell receptors. Researchers found it “interesting” that dandelion root tea did not transmit the same “kill switch” signal to healthy cells. These scientists also believed that dandelion should be considered a “novel” non-toxic anti-cancer agent.

  The International Journal of Oncology published a 2011 report that a dietary supplement containing dandelion as one ingredient suppresses the growth of prostate cancer cells.

  In yet another 2011 study performed with dandelion, dandelion root extract was clinically proven to induce apoptosis in human drug-resistant melanoma cells without poisoning or damaging healthy cells. Once again, tests proved that dandelion root extract should be considered a “novel” and non-toxic therapy for even drug-resistant forms of cancer.

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Additional information

Weight .1 kg