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Dandelion Root (100 Capsules)

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Liver, Kidney & Blood Detoxification?*

Eastern Medicine herbs like Dandelion have been used for detoxification support for centuries.*

Dandelion Extract is a Natural Dietary Herbal Supplement*


CONTAINS NO "Beef Bovine Capsules", or Common Fillers such as Silica, Magnesium Stearate, Talc or Silicon Dioxide. The Only Ingredient is Natural Dandelion Root Extract and Kosher/Vegan Vegetarian Capsules*

Eastern Medicine Herbs Such as Dandelion Herb Have Been Used for Centuries to Support:*

  • Healthy Liver, Kidney & Digestive Function*
  • Body Detoxification*
  • Improved Gall Bladder & Blood Health*
  • Sense of Balance, Relaxation & Well Being*
  • Digestive Regularity*
  • Healthy Pure Blood*

Eastern Medicine practitioners consider herbs like Dandelion Root to be a healthy part of a person's detoxification health protocol.*

Dandelion Extract is a natural herbal extract which is also known as Taraxacum officinale. This Dandelion Extract product is a high quality, concentrated extract that ensures this product contains the natural herbal qualities expected from this key nutrient.* The genus name of Dandelion, Taraxacum is derived from the Greek word "taraxos", meaning "disorder" and "akos" meaning "remedy".*

Dandelion Root


Product Ingredient: Dandelion Full Spectrum 12:1 Concentrated Extract (Synergistic Complex Containing the Root, Leaf & Stem)
Suggested Usage: As a Dietary Supplement, take 3 capsules 2 times per day on an empty stomach with water, 30 minutes before meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.*
Dandelion Extract Contraindications: Pregnant and nursing women should not use Dandelion Extract without the recommendation from your primary healthcare provider.
Count: 100 Vegetarian Capsules
Servings: 33 Servings
Herb Net Weight Per Capsule: 500 mg

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General Information Regarding Dandelion

Though Dandelions are considered by most people to be a useless weed, in truth it is one of the most beneficial and healthful herbs on the planet. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) ranks the Dandelion as one of the top ten herbs in the Chinese Medicinal collection and is considered a primary herb used for centuries to safely purify the blood and flush toxins out of the body, via the liver and kidneys.*


Practitioners of TCM have used this herb for treatment of liver disease, to enhance immune response to upper respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, and pneumonia and are considered an overall safe tonic for supporting healthy blood pressure and digestion by stimulating the circulation of blood to the entire body. It is known as having antispasmodic, anticancer, antibacterial, antifungal and mild laxative effects on the body.*

Effective Yet Gentle Diuretic*

In TCM, Dandelion is also known as an effective yet gentle diuretic (elimination of excess fluid) that may increase the flow of urine by stimulating the excretion of salts and water from your kidneys. Dandelion has an advantage over other diuretics as it contains a natural electrolyte source of potassium and does not stress the kidneys. Dandelion has been used in supporting the body for conditions that call for a mild diuretic, such as high blood pressure, edema (swollen ankles and feet), liver disorders and PMS bloating.*

This diuretic effect of dandelion has been used in TCM to relieve hypertension by drawing excess water and sodium from the body and releasing it through the kidneys as urine. Getting rid of extra water and sodium allows the blood vessels to relax thus lowering blood pressure.*

Emotional Balance

Dandelion Root

Emotional Balance: It is also interesting to note that in Eastern Medicine philosophies, the liver is considered to be the seat of repressed negative emotions. Because the Dandelion is such a potent liver cleanser, it is often recommended as a way to help the body clear stagnant emotions such as anger and fear. It has been used to provide calming to individuals who feel stressed or for those who feel like an emotional volcano ready to explode. Even early colonists from Europe brought the Dandelion to help clear the body of old anger and fear emotions that may have been stored in the body's liver and kidneys.*

Dandelion was commonly used in Native American medicine. The Iroquois, Ojibwe, and Rappahannock Indians prepared the root and leaf as a general tonic for kidney disease, upset stomach, and heartburn. In traditional Arabian medicine, dandelion has been used to treat liver and spleen ailments.*

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Contemporary Dietary Uses for Dandelion*

Currently, Dandelion root and leaf are used widely in Europe for gastrointestinal ailments. The European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP) recommends dandelion root for the restoration of liver function, for upset stomach, blood sugar support and for loss of appetite. The German Commission E authorizes the use of combination products containing dandelion root and herb for similar illnesses.*

German Clinical Study of Dandelion

Dandelion Root

Clinical studies with a German over-the-counter preparation Hepatichol, containing Dandelion and a few other herbs, on several cases of gallstones, acute and chronic bile duct and gallbladder inflammation, jaundice, dyskinesia of the bile duct and jaundice caused by complete obstruction by gallstones, showed more or less complete recovery within several days depending on the severity of symptoms.1-2 It has also been used for other ailments such dyspepsia, heartburn, spleen and liver complaints, hepatitis and anorexia.3 *

In TCM, the principal constituents responsible for Dandelion's effect on the digestive system and liver are the bitter principles. Previously referred to as taraxacin, these constituents are sesquiterpene lactones of the eudesmanolide and germacranolide type, and are unique to Dandelion. Dandelion root is rich in phytosterols which have shown to be helpful in supporting those with high cholesterol 4 and hot flashes due to menopause. It is also rich in calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, sodium and other vital nutrients.*

Today, Dandelion is commonly found in salads, wines and the roasted root and its extracts are sometimes used as a coffee substitute.

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Additional Research info: Dandelion also has shown anticancer effects, at least in the laboratory. Using dandelion extract, scientists were able to prevent skin cancer in mice. These results suggest that dandelion "could be a valuable chemopreventive agent" (Biol Pharm Bull 1999;22:606-10).

  1. Mowrey PhD, Daniel B The Scientific Validation of Herbal Medicine McGraw-Hill, 178-179, 1999
  2. Faber, K The dandelion Taraxacum officinale Weber. Pharmazie, 13(7), 423-435, 1958
  3. Schatza, Katrin Taraxacum A review on its phytochemical and pharmacological profile Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 107, Issue 3, 11 October 2006, Pages 313-323
  4. "Consumption of a Functional Oil Rich in Phytosterols and Medium-Chain Triglyceride Oil Improves Plasma Lipid profiles in Men". Journal of Nutrition (133): 1815-1820.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. TCM is an acronym for Traditional Chinese Medicine.

**The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only, not intended to replace your doctor's or other health care professional's advice or treatment. Nor is any information contained on or in any product label or packaging intended to provide or replace professional health care advice. Do not use the this site's information for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem, nor for prescription of any treatment or medication. Always consult with a healthcare professional before undertaking any diet, exercise, herbal or other supplementation program, taking any medications, or if you suspect you may have or already have any type of health problem. Do not stop taking any medication without first consulting your doctor.