In general, when we think about leukemia, we all think about medicines and chemotherapy, as well as the general unhappiness and the low quality of life.
But, in this article, we’re going to tell you about an extract made of dandelion root and what it can do about people who fight leukemia.
According to recent studies, dandelion root is cytotoxic for three types of cells of human leukemia, killing up to 96 % of the cells after only 48 hours!
The question is: does it really work? An oncologist called Caroline Hamm had an elderly patient who was suffering from myelomonocytic leukemia, a very aggressive form of leukemia. The patient didn’t have any progress when he was treated by chemotherapy, so the doctor suggested him to start using began a natural therapy that was consisted of using dandelion root tea which he even shared with another patient in the waiting room.
Dr. Hamm saw the results of the tests of both patients and they showed progress only by drinking the tea and both refused to take chemotherapy!
The dandelion tea acts in a very fast way in the cancerous cells and affects them in such a way that they disintegrate in 48 hours, allowing new healthy cells to form in the patient’s body.
Dr. Hamm contacted the biochemist in the University of Windsor called Siyaram Pandey, who conducted a research along with his students in which they gathered the blood cells of 9 different patients who were consuming the extract of dandelion root and applied it on several cells in order to cultivate them. In 24 hours, the cells had been killed. “It killed the cells very selectively; it only killed the cancerous cells,” said Pandey. “ The normal cells did not die. ”
Properties of this plant
Other studies have discovered that the extract of dandelion can have potentially active ingredients against cancer, melanoma, as well as prostate and breast cancer.
This is not a surprise because the extract of dandelion root has been used for centuries as an effective treatment in the traditional folk medicine.
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