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Thursday, February 15, 2007

Useful Weeds – Dandelion

The common dandelion and the Chinese dandelion are both hardy perennial herbs, about 25 to 45 cm, with the former larger than the latter. Extensive studies have shown both the common dandelion and the Chinese dandelion to contain many biologically active compounds. In Europe and America the dried root is used as the medically active part, while in China, the whole plant (root, stems, leaves) are dried and used.

Dr. Albert Leung’s book, Chinese Healing Foods and Herbs, presents general information and home remedies using dandelion as well as over 45 other herbs. Dandelion recipes can be found on page 55 – 56 and include remedies for:
Bloodshot eyes
Inflammation of the eyes

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