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Friday, October 16, 2015



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Scientists have discovered that the root of this plant works “better” than chemotherapy because it “kills” completely the cells infected with cancer. In addition it acts as a diuretic, which stimulates the secretion of bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol.

It contains many important vitamins and minerals like vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium.

It contains up to 535% of the required dose of vitamin C and 110% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin A. All these are facts known for years.

University of Windsor Canada made an initial study of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the results gave new hope to cancer patients. It was found that the root of the dandelion effectively “kill” cells infected with cancer without harmful effects on other cells in the body, reported by “Natural News”.

John Di Carlo, 72 year-old man, who was personally convinced of the healing properties of dandelion, has been subjected to intense and “aggressive” chemotherapy to fight for his health. The healing process was three years long right before doctors send him home to spend his last days with his loved ones.

Due to the fact that there was no effect of chemotherapy and doctors did not offer alternatives to treat cancer, John began to drink tea from the root of the dandelion as a last effort to save him from cancer. Just four months, according to the site “Natural News”, this man survived remission of the disease.

Source: finelivingadvice

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  1. Mmm....I thought remission was the aim in cancer treatment? The definition of remission....." A period in the course of a disease when symptoms become less severe. Note: The term remission is often used in speaking of sufferers from leukemia or other cancers whose symptoms lessen or disappear. In such a case, the disease is said to be “in remission.”...................So if you survive the lessening or disappearance of a disease such as cancer, does that mean you are ill again or deceased? Please at least try to use correct grammar/English...and understand what words mean!

    1. I wonder if it would cure your ignorance??

    2. remission is the return of a disease

  2. Check your online dictionary before posting... remission is the disappearance of disease (whether temporary or complete). So the first poster is correct - if the people who write these articles want any credibility at all, it would be helpful if they didn't use words that mean the opposite of what is desired.

    1. Or better yet, read the original source,, where intelligently written, credible articles abound, and whose authors are not ashamed to post their names.