Vitamin Supplement
 

Dandelion Root

 

 

Dandelion root has been used as a valuabl e food and medicinal agent.  

The leaf contains a high amount of vitamins and minerals including potassium and vitamin A. 

 

Dandelion Root Dosage: 

 

Dosage: 250 to 500 mg 3 times a day with food. 

 

Liquid extract: 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls (5 to 10 ml) in orange juice or other beverage 2 to 3 times a day. 

 

Tea: Place 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls in a cup of boiling water. Wait for 10 minutes. Drink one cupful 2 to 3 times a day as needed. 

 

  •  Dandelion root most common Dosage: 500 mg 3 times a day with food. 

 

Liquid extract: 5 ml in any beverage 3 times a day. dandelion root image

 

Tea: Place 1 teaspoonful in a cup of boiling water.Wait for 10 minutes.Drink one cupful 2 times a day as needed. 

 

Products recommended: 

 

  • Fallodox that contains Dandelion and is well formulated to support endometriosis. 

 

  •  Dandelion Root 520 mg capsules  From Puritan Pride. 

 

  •  Dandelion Liquid Extract from Puritan Pride, one of the best brand on the market since 40 years. 

 

  •  Nature's Way Dandelion Root, 100 capsule, 540 mg,  a very economical and good brand.Good value for money. 

 

 

  •  Dandellion root is used as a diuretic but unlike other diuretic, it does not take out the potassium of the body. 

 

  •  Dandelion root is high in potassium and helps replenish the body's supply of this nutrient. 

 

  •  Dandelion seems to be the natural alternative for people who suffer Hypertension and who takes diuretics. Remember to check with your physician before using this supplement to treat any disorder. 

 

  •  Dandelion root increases the function of the immune system. 

 

 

 

Dandelion root Toxicity: At supplemental and dietary levels, this supplement is safe. Some individuals may experience an allergy reaction with this supplement. If this occurs, call your physician if you have fast or irregular breathing, skin rash, hives or itching. 

 

 

 

Pregnancy/Breast-feeding precaution: To date, medical literature has not yet reported any side-effects related to fetal development during pregnancy or to infants who are breast-fed.