This plant is today in many parts of the world is used for feeding and treatments. The whole plant is edible (root, stem, leaves and flower), so there are a lot of natural recipes on whose list includes some parts of the dandelion.
Dandelion root is widely used in Asia and this plant is grown in India as a remedy for liver (hepatic dysfunction, cirrhosis, hepatitis, etc.). In addition, dandelion is used to treat infections, viruses, swelling and water retention in the body.
Many studies have shown that dandelion stimulates the flow of bile and has a mild diuretic effect. This plant refines the urinary tract but has a beneficial effect on the bladder and kidneys.
A lot of modern doctors today recommend dandelion for liver detoxification particularly with the use of synthetic drugs.
Dandelion reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood, stimulates the appetite and digestion.
Dandelion is a very precious gift of nature
Leaves contain A, C, D and B-complex vitamins, and iron, magnesium, zinc, potassium, calcium, manganese, copper, etc.
Because of the many nutrients that it contains, dandelion leaves are usually recommended as a dietary supplement for pregnant and postmenopausal women, usually in the form of salads.
Salad of dandelion leaves tastes better if it says before flowering plants because you can get leaves a bitter taste.
Fresh dandelion can even dissolve gallstones, regulate metabolism, purifies the blood and stomach. Natural medicine recommends dandelion as an aid in the treatment of diabetes.
From fresh flowers of dandelion, you can make syrup for a cough and grease which among other things is used for the treatment of hemorrhoids.
Tea made from the dandelion root for centuries was used as face and eyewash.
The herb dandelion is a very precious gift of nature, can be found in almost all fields and blooms in April and May. The leaves are harvested before flowering plants. The time of flowering stems and roots are in spring and autumn.
Since we know that the whole plant is edible and medicinal in spring, therefore, the whole herb can be used as a salad.