Dandelion tea affects cancer cells by dissolving them within 48 hours while leaving healthy cells intact.
The dandelion root, also known as Taraxacum in the scientific community, is often overlooked today, but it has a lot of medicinal properties.
Our forefathers knew that dandelion tea has many healing properties, and we’re just beginning to “re-learn” how powerful this overlooked herb is, including helping patients who have cancer.
Scientists have made some astounding discoveries over the past few years, and one is that dandelion is more effective at killing cancer cells than chemotherapy. The reason why some doctors say it’s better than chemo is that it only attacks cancer cells, and not the healthy ones.
Scientists have concluded that with consistent treatment with the herb, most cancer cells essentially “commit suicide”, a process known as apoptosis. Because of the positive results, researchers have received additional support in the form of a $157,000 grant, to continue studying the effects of dandelion root.
A 72-year-old Canadian cancer patient named John DiCarlo has indeed witnessed the healing properties of dandelion, who was undergoing treatment for Leukemia for nearly three years.
As an alternative to the unsuccessful chemotherapy treatment, he drank dandelion root tea. After just four months, he went into complete remission according to CBCNews.