Dandelion root extract kills cancer, research suggests

Dandelion roots – a novel non-toxic alternative to the conventional cancer therapies available today.

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At first glance, the dandelion is a very simple herb, but the power in its roots is unexpectedly complex and surpasses any expectations. Not many plants can compete with dandelion roots when it comes to a combination of mineral properties, health benefits and a pleasant taste. Because of the many in vivo and vitro studies that have been conducted on the dandelion structure and its pharmacological benefits, it can be considered as a ‘medicinal plant’. It has become popular among people who are interested in super plants.

For a long time, the dandelion root has been used in China for curing certain kinds of cancers. Human clinical research is taking place to understand and estimate how dandelion root extract might help in treating gastric, pancreatic and blood-related cancers, including lymphoma and leukemia. (1) / (2) / (3)

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Dandelion roots can be used as potential anti-cancer agents, which might represent a novel non-toxic alternative to the conventional cancer therapies available today. (2) Research shows the effects of dandelion root extract on leukemia cancer, which is highly resistant to treatment. The bottom line of the research highlighted that dandelion root has great potential as a non-toxic, effective alternative over chemotherapy.

Treatments like chemotherapy are non-specific in the way that they work and in many cases they are the leading cause of secondary cancers, according to the American Cancer Society. Non-specific means that they cause harm to healthy cells, as well as to cancerous ones. One amazing property of the extracts made from dandelion roots is that they only affect cancer cells, and several studies have been able to prove this. (5)

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One study looked at the effect of DRE on autophagy in an aggressive and resistant form of pancreatic cancer. (3) Autophagy means breaking down and ripping apart the cancer cells. The study showed that, while the dandelion root extract tore apart the cancer cells, it had no significant adverse effect on the non-cancerous cells. (4)

The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Windsor in Canada also showed that dandelion root extract is specific in the autophagy of only cancer cells, and the researchers saw reasonable effects in just 48 hours! (6)

dandelion root tea for cancer

For the bottom line of this article, I would love to share a tasty and easy way of how you can consume dandelion roots. You will be amazed after trying fine-ground roasted dandelions roots tea or by some people called- herbal coffee. It is caffeine-free drink and has the intense bitter ground root taste which goes along with the soft caramelized nutty flavor and aroma. Combined with a healthy, long-lasting tonic effect and nutritional powerhouse found in dandelion roots, drinking this tea can become your daily ritual which will help you to get optimized. To make sure that you use the healthiest option available, we have found the best quality biodynamic fine-ground roasted dandelion roots tea for you, you can find it here:

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References:

  1. Efficient induction of extrinsic cell death by dandelion root extract in human chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) cells, Ovadje P., Hamm C and Pandey S., 2012.
  2. Dandelion root extract suppressed gastric cancer cells proliferation and migration through targeting lncRNA-CCAT1, Huanhuan Zhu, Hangyong Zhao, Linjie Zhang, Jianmin Xu, Chunhua Zhu, Hui Zhao and Guoqiang Lv, 2017.
  3. Selective induction of apoptosis and autophagy through treatment with dandelion root extract in human pancreatic cancer cells, Ovadje P, Chochkeh M, Akbari-Asl P, Hamm C and Pandey S, 2012.
  4. Effect of Methanolic Extract of Dandelion Roots on Cancer Cell Lines and AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Pathway, Gauhar Rehman, Muhammad Hamayun, Amjad Iqbal, Sumera Afzal Khan, Hamayoon Khan, Adeeb Shehzad, Abdul Latif Khan, Anwar Hussain, Ho-Youn Kim, Jamshaid Ahmad, Ayaz Ahmad, Abid Ali, and In-Jung Lee, 2017.
  5. Dandelion root extract affects colorectal cancer proliferation and survival through the activation of multiple death signalling pathways, Pamela Ovadje, Saleem Ammar, Jose-Antonio Guerrero, John Thor Arnason and Siyaram Pandey, 2016.
  6. Dandelion root extract affects colorectal cancer proliferation and survival through the activation of multiple death signalling pathways, Pamela Ovadje, Saleem Ammar, Jose-Antonio Guerrero, John T Arnason and Siyaram Pandey, 2016.

3 comments

Dovainis from LOCAL TEA

hello, Elaine,

thank you for the question! According to NCBI research, which link you can find bellow in this comment, dandelion roots have a positive impact on type 2 diabetes. The bottom line of the research below is that “Dandelion has been considered a key anti-diabetic plant because of its anti-hyperglycemic, anti-oxidative, and anti-inflammatory properties”.
Nevertheless, there is a need for more research on the effects of dandelion components in human clinical trials so you should consult with your doctor about using this plant for a treatment.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5553762/

elaine

Is dandelion tea good to drink if you have diabetes 2? Please reply.

Gerda Balionytė

This is probably the best e-shop, where I can get best tastes of the tea. I like your product, which is with a very beautiful history, it’s real. Thank you for making my winter’ mornings special.

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