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Canadian Scientists Found a Plant That Kills Cancer Cells In 48 Hours

Written By Admin on Sunday, July 31, 2016 | 3:16:00 AM

Cancer is a disease that is still considered as incurable, but that is not something that scientist would agree because they are giving their best day and night to find the cure for this bad disease.

Plant That Kills Cancer Cells In 48 Hours

According to the latest research, cancer cells can be high efficacy destroyed by dandelion tea which may as well be the latest medical breakthrough in cancer research. Even though dandelion is considered as weed, and surely because of this not welcome in our gardens, it offers you a lot of health benefits. With this research it was proven that dandelion roots can kill most of the cancer cells for just 2 years.

Health benefits that dandelion roots can provide:

Dandelion root is a strong diuretic, stimulates bile secretion of the bile, cleanses the liver and it helps with allergies and lowers blood cholesterol levels.
Another great thing about dandelion roots is that they are rich in vitamins such as B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, and folic acid, and minerals – iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
A personal experience of a man who was only given days to live, but lived until old age
We are all familiar that people who are diagnosed with cancer take chemotherapy, but one 72 year old man was taking an intensive and aggressive chemotherapy treatments for 3 long years after which he was sent home to spent “the last days “of his life. There was nothing else that doctors could do for him, except recommend him the tea of dandelion roots to drink in his final days. The next thing that happened was a “miracle”- this man lived more than a couple of days, actually four months later his cancer disappeared.

How to store dandelion root

You can use dandelion root in two way-fresh or dried, depends on you. In case you want to dry it, you need to carefully peel the roots and then cut them into small pieces. . Arrange the pieces on some baking sheet, and keep in a cool dry place with a good ventilation. Keep it on mind that the air where you are drying your roots needs to be fresh. In order for the roots to become brittle you will need to wait 3-14 days. Transfer the dried roots to a glass jar and store in a cool, dark place.
If your roots are dried, you can use them one year for medicinal properties.