Health Benefits of Dandelion

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Dandelion is not a very common supplement these days, it’s not promoted as a fat burner or a magical pill that will help you gain 20lbs of muscle in 10 minutes, however, you still might have come across it. In its root form, it is quite a common ingredient in cycle support, PCT and fat burning products. Although, its most popular use is as a diuretic to help get rid of excess water and waste, there are a number of other health benefits to this pretty little flower.

Helps Protect the Liver

There is a good reason this root extract is found in many cycle support and PCT supplements. Many oral steroids and pro hormones are methylated and can cause a huge strain on your liver and dandelion root is one ingredient that can help to protect the liver from these drugs. It helps to treat hemorrhaging in the liver and helps to promote proper bile flow and digestion, which if left untreated, can cause tremendous stress to your internal organs.

High in Anti-Oxidants

These flowers are high in the antioxidants, Vitamin A, C and Luteolin. These free radical fighting antioxidants help to reduce the risk of cancer (especially prostate cancer), improve skin and liver health and aids in the fight against viral infections.

Diuretic Benefits

Weight-loss isn’t the only benefit of a good diuretic. The diuretic properties of dandelion root help to lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, fight against diabetes and urinary disorders. This is because frequent urination helps the kidneys and liver get rid of excess toxic waste, sugars and sodium.

Improves Bone Health

Apart from the anti-oxidants that help to fight the age-related deterioration of the bones, dandelions are rich in the mineral Calcium which is known for its ability to help strengthen teeth and bones.

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