Dandelion Root: An Herb That Is Just Dandy For Internal Health

Dandelion Root: An Herb That Is Just Dandy For Internal Health

Posted by SC on Feb 16th 2022

As children, we remember finding dandelions in the yard, and bestowing bouquets upon our loving mothers who convincingly reacted as if those were the most beautiful flowers they had ever seen. (when they were probably really thinking, "Thanks for pulling the weeds.")

We also remember dandelions being the surefire way to tell whether or not you liked butter. (You didn't know for yourself— evidently you needed someone to test you instead.) That's right, if you hold a dandelion under someone's chin, and that person's chin turns yellow, it “undoubtedly" means that individual likes butter. (Or, you can just ask whether or not they like butter.)

Make a wish as you blow away the fuzzy tendrils of a fully bloomed dandelion and consider the root as well.

Childhood memories and fables aside, dandelion root (Now Foods Dandelion Root) is considered by many to be a very valuable herb for medicinal purposes. With a history rich within American Indian and Chinese culture, dandelion root has been used to treat kidney problems and digestive ailments.

Now Foods Dandelion Root has 1000 mg per capsule and is not a mix of other herbs in this formula. Dandelion root is often used to promote the health of the liver and/or gallbladder, and is also used to help assist and facilitate the removal of bile for those who had the gallbladder removed.

It is also great to help ease discomfort as the result of consumption of fried foods, and can help reduce symptoms of gas after meals. Due to its value with respect to hormonal balance, some even use it to alleviate symptoms caused by PMS or menopause.

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Now Foods Dandelion Root