This Amazing Plant is 100X More Effective Than Chemotherapy

Healthy Food Team

Dandelion tea acts on cancer cells, affecting them in such way that they disintegrate within 48 hours, during which time no new healthy cells in the body are “diseased”.

This plant is neglected, but it has many medicinal properties, and all you have to do is to collect it from clean slopes, away from traffic. While our grandmothers made syrups of dandelion flowers knowing that it contains many medicinal substances, what certainly did not know is that dandelion root may help cancer patients.  

Scientists have discovered that the root of this plant works “better” than chemotherapy because it “kills” only the cells affected by cancer, completely.

In addition to that it has diuretic properties, it stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol. It contains very important vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium.

It contains up to 535% of the required daily intake of vitamin K and about 110% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A. These are all facts about this plant that are known for years.

Miracle dandelion tea

The University of Windsor in Canada conducted an initial research at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the results gave new hope to cancer patients. It was discovered that the root of the dandelion effectively “kills” cells affected by cancer with no harmful effects on other cells in the body, it was announced on the Natural News website.

Dandelion Tea acts on the affected cells so that they disintegrate within 48 hours, during which time no new healthy cells in the body will “be affected”, according to the survey. It was concluded that continuous treatment with dandelion root can destroy most cancer cells in affected patients, and because of these unexpected results team of researchers has received additional support to continue the research of this miraculous plant.

John di Carlo, 72 years old, who is personally convinced of the healing properties of dandelion, underwent intensive and “aggressive” chemotherapy treatments in the fight for his health and the healing process was a full three years before the doctors sent him home to spend his last days with his loved ones.

Given the fact that the doctors had fewer alternatives in finding functional solutions in the fight against his illness, he proposed to drink tea from the root of the dandelion as the last straw. After only four months, according to Natural News, this man has experienced disease remission (partial or complete regression of disease).

29 thoughts on “This Amazing Plant is 100X More Effective Than Chemotherapy

          1. Enbe. I still am sold on the hemp oil as i have personally witnessed several people heal themselves of cancer with it. they all were not in my state. One of them had stage 4 prostate cancer. However it is illegal where I live.

  1. Dandelions are not native to North America. The humble dandelion and the Himilayan blackberry share a common ancestor. Us. Our forebearers.
    The dandelion (you can buy culinary versions of the one that has run wild!) was brought over by the first Europeans for it’s medicinal qualities AND the fact that it is the first edible/culinary Spring green. Hence the war on it via sprays etc. So, not only is it a taprooted bioaccumulator/soil builder, it is medicinal. Go figure.
    For those of us in the PNW who see the blackberry everywhere…well…there’s a tale to tell. They (the Himilayan version made infamous by Tom Robbins et al) were brought over to establish orchards.
    How? Well, you plant a sapling of a fruit tree in amongst the blackberries and the tree (they were all ‘standards’ then, not dwarfing or semi-dwarfing etc.) had several years to grow straight up through the blackberries so that the lowest branch was pretty much above goat/sheep/cow heads before it developed it’s full growth.
    Once the fruit started to be developed on those trees, the cattle/goats/sheep would stampede the blackberries to get at the fermented fruit on the ground under the now tall fruit trees. The blackberries would be eliminated by a bunch of ‘wanna be inebriated’ livestock and then…viola, you have an orchard with pasture underneath.
    True stories.
    Blackberry dandelion wine…beat that!

  2. I think its the vitA but one of them anyways if you do too much of this it can cause internal bleeding, clots, thin blood, and other blood issues. Its is a very bio-available version so you get a greater dose than from other foods.
    I dont know what it is for sure off the top of my head, so look it up, but one of these vitamins can do you some real harm if you already have some clotting issues.

    1. Not that one shouldn’t be cautious, but using herbs in their whole form as opposed to synthesized vitamins, generally is much safer and harder to overdose or do harm. It is always good to read up on any herb before trying it, and make sure you are getting your info from a knowledgeable source and not something like webmd 😉

  3. Maybe you’re thinking of vitamin K?, deficiency of which can lead to prolonged bleeding, and a very large surplus can interfere with anticoagulant drugs, which could lead to problematic blood clots.

    According to, this is dandelion’s vitamin profile: (%of RDA/100g)-
    9% of dietary fiber,
    19% of vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine),
    20% of Riboflavin,
    58% of vitamin C,
    338% of vitamin A,
    649% of vitamin K,
    39% of iron and
    19% of calcium.
    (Note: RDA-Recommended daily allowance)

    Dandelion greens are very high in vitamin K (K1, i.e., plant based), but according to, it’s not the vitamin K level but the coumarin in dandelion greens, which is a natural anticoagulant and will increase clotting time that can lead to prolonged bleeding and hemorrhage in people on an anticoagulant or antiplatelet drug.

    The greens are also a natural potassium-sparing diuretic, so should probably be avoided by anyone with seriously impaired kidney function. There are other drug interactions listed at

    Dandelion’s high vitamin A level is not a worry as it’s in the form of beta carotene, which is nontoxic and the body will store when in surplus and use as needed.

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