I started drinking dandelion root tea back from a suggestion by my naturopathic doctor. I was drinking about 16oz per day. Likewise, I lost ten pounds in 90 days.
My urine was smelling like caned tuna fish juice for a very long time. That stopped happening after just a few days of adding Dandelions flowers to my smoothies. WOW! MB Woodstock VA
Precautions for dandelions:
Herbs are a time-honored method of strengthening the body and healing sickness. Herbs, on the other hand, can cause negative effects and interact with other herbs, vitamins, or pharmaceuticals. For these reasons, you should only use herbs under the guidance of a medical professional.
Dandelion is usually thought to be safe. Touching dandelion may cause an allergic reaction in certain people. Others may get mouth ulcers. Dandelion should be avoided if you are allergic to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, daisies, or iodine. Dandelion might produce increased stomach acid and heartburn in certain people. It may also cause skin irritation.
Before eating dandelion, anyone with kidney difficulties, gallbladder problems, or gallstones should check their doctors.
Consult your doctor if you are on liver medication, antibiotics, anti-coagulants, or lithium. Dandelion could possibly either exacerbate or counteract these medication clinical usages.
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