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Dandelion Root Ingredient Overview

Dandelion Root

INGREDIENT-SPECIFIC BENEFITS

The Perfect Natural Diuretic

Proper potassium levels are critical in individuals with kidney stones. Low potassium leads to an excess amount of calcium excreted from the body, which promotes kidney stone formation. Dandelion root is naturally enriched with potassium and does not remove potassium like almost every other diuretic, natural or otherwise. 

Soothe Passage of Stones

Dandelion root is also anti-inflammatory, aiding in pain relief and soothing the passage of kidney stones.

Related Research Studies

THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE- 2009

The data from this human trial demonstrate that an ethanolic extract of dandelion root increases the frequency and excretion ratio of fluids in healthy human subjects. These results suggest further detailed investigations are warranted.

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RENAL FAILURE- 2018

This research indicated that taraxasterol and extract have anti-crystallization activities and effectiveness of the extract is more potent than taraxasterol. It could be because of another constituent in the extract with the synergistic effect.

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UROLITHIASIS- 2017

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THE REVIEW OF DIABETIC STUDIES- 2016

Dandelion has been considered a key anti-diabetic plant because of its anti-hyperglycemic, anti- oxidative, and anti-inflammatory properties [44]. This is due to the various bioactive components present in dandelion, including polyphenolics, ses- quiterpenes, triterpenes, and phytosterols. The most important and comprehensively studied bio- active components of dandelion are chlorogenic acid (CGA), chicory acid (CRA), taraxasterol (TS), and sesquiterpene lactones (SEL).

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8 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT USING DANDELION ROOT

Many people look at dandelions as pesky weeds that overtake lawns and gardens, but they’re actually filled with vitamins and minerals and can act as an herbal remedy. “The dandelion plant (the root and leaf are used) is known as a bitter and has all the benefits of bitter herbs, such as priming digestive function for those who may have overeaten, digest poorly, or suffer from post-prandial bloating and fullness [after a meal].

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