A – Z of Herbal Remedies
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Other Names: Dandelion, Dandelion Root, Pee in the Bed, Wiggers, Lion's Teeth, Lion's Tooth, Swine's Snout, Blowball, Cankerwort, Puffball, Blowball, White Endive, Wild Endive, Clockflower, Priest's Crown, Taraxacum Officinale
Traditional Usages: Liver Disorders, Gall Bladder, Mild Jaundice, Indigestion, Lack of Appetite, Sweating in the Anal Cleft, Muscular Rheumatism, Anorexia Nervosa, Congestive Heart Failure, Warts, Constipation Eczema, Acne, Coffee Substitute, Abscesses, Appendicitis, Boils, Dermatitis, Fevers, Inflammations, Snakebites, Stomach Aches, Anemia, Body Tonic, Increased Appetite, Helps ease Dyspepsia, Gout and Rheumatism, Wasting or Weight Loss
Resources: India, Asia, China, Europe, Northern Hemisphere
Parts Used: Root, Leaves, Flowers, Rhizomes
Dandelion, Milk Thistle, Burdock Root - Herbal remedy for Parkinson’s Disease: Parkinson’s disease can be caused by a build-up of toxins. So you may need to detoxify yourself in order to reduce some Parkinson's symptoms. Some herbs that can help clear out harmful toxins in your body are burdock root, dandelion root and milk thistle. They can be taken as herbal tea by infusing a teaspoon of fresh or dried herb in a cup of boiling water.
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