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DANDELION Leontodon taraxacum, Wigers
Common Names: BLOW BALL, CANKERWORT, LION'S TOOTH, WILD ENDIVE, ETC.
Features: This plant is a native of Greece but can now be found in most parts of the world, almost all the year round. Taraxacum is a genus of less than one hundred species of biennial or perennial herbs belonging to the sunflower family (Compositae).
Dandelions are characterized by shiny green rosette of leaves, nearly entirely or variously tooth-edged in a slightly backward direction. The flower stem is longer than the leaves, 5-6 in, in hight, and bearing a single yellow flower. The root and stem yield a milky fluid when cut. The root is the official part and should be collected when the plant is in flower.
The spring leaves are used in salads and possess some slight narcotic properties. Can be found outside of most doors throughout the United States, in bloom from April to November. Dry some of your once thought of as worthless Dandelion roots for winter use, they will aid you in may ways.
Medicinal Part: The root.
Solvents: Boiling water, alcohol.
Body Influence: Diuretic, Tonic, Stomachic, Aperient, Deobstruent. Native Aborigines of North America realized the great value of dandelion and used it as food and medicine by their experience and knowledge.
Uses: The common Dandelion has had intelligent use as a medical plant before science strikingly opened our eyes to some of the contents of the shiny green leaves: They contain 7,000 units of Vitamin A per oz. and are excellent source of Vitamins B, C and G. As a comparison, Vitamin A content in lettuce is 1,200 per oz. and carrot 1,275 per oz. A wise and easy addition to our diet.
The root is the official part of the plant and is a constituent of many prescriptions for dropsical and urinary passage; atonic dyspepsia and rheumatism. It is of an opening and cleansing quality and therefore very for obstructions of the liver, gall and spleen and the diseases, scurvy, scrofula and eczema; has a beneficial effect on the female organs. Herbalists use Dandelion more generally than any other herb as it combines well with other herbal preparations for the liver and is so mild, wholesome and safe. Its prolonged use can only be beneficial in all rheumatic complains. The natural nutritive salt in Dandelion is twenty-eight parts sodium; this type of organic sodium purifies the blood and destroys the acids therein.
J. Kloss tells us in "Back to Eden": "Anaemia is caused by the deficiency of nutritive salts in the blood, and really has nothing to do with the quality of the good blood." Dandelion root cut up and dried is used for coffee by health-minded people. From a health point of view, it is more desirable to drink than coffee or tea. For this purpose it is frequently combined with roasted acorns and roasted rye in equal parts, or according to taste. As a vegetable for salads it has no equal, being rich in many minerals. It is a medicinal vegetable plant.
Dose: Of the tincture 5-40 drops. For infusions, fill a cup with the green leaves, add boiling water, steep 1/2 hr. or longer. Drink when cold, three or four times a day. Or add 1 teaspoon of the cut or powdered root to 1 cup of boiling water and steep 1/2 hr. Drink when cold three times a day.
Homeopathic Clinical: Tincture of whole plant just before the perfection of the flower - Ague, Bilious attacks, Debility, Diabetes, Gall-stones, Headaches (gastric), Jaundice, Liver (affections of), Neuralgia, Night-sweats, Rheumatism, Tangue (mapped), Typhoid fever.
Russian Experience: Dandelion is known as Oduvanchik or Pushki in Russia. Taraxacum, part of the official name, comes from Greece, and in ancient time Taraxacum was used for yellow spots (liver spots) of the skin and freckles.
It is recorded that in Germany the roots were used as a sedative as early as the sixteenth century. Arabian knowledge is much the same as other nations. The French people use the fresh young leaves for salads. To remove the bitter taste they soak them in salt water for 30 min. and use as a spicy addition to mixed vegetables, at the same time getting natural protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, and insulin, which are all part of our human formula.
Uses: In Russia the root is the most popular, prepared as an extract with vodka, as a tea, or coffee. Ancient home medicine calls it Life Elixir, and it has acceptance for blood purifying, liver treatment, jaundice, gall-bladder, skin conditions, digestive disturbance and as an expectorant, sedative and calming.
Clinically: In the form of extracts, tinctures, powders; loose and in tablets, for the long-established conditions above (Alma R. Hutchens, "Indian herbalogy of North America", SHAMBHALA, Boston & London 1991).
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