Dandelion Might Help Us Cure Cancer

The earth makes cures for diseases! God can cure you if you truly believe it and in him. Now the pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know these things, why? It’s a money racket to make them wealthy and rich! Plus they can kill off part of the population!

And scientist may have just found the magic ingredient that will lead them on their way to curing cancer. Dandelion!

Having been used medicinally since ancient times, dandelion is a powerhouse when it comes to health perks.

The root of the dandelion holds the magic ingredient that scientists are currently experimenting with. It is said that the strong root builds up the immune system and blood, curing prostate, lung and other cancer far more effectively than chemotherapy.

Dr. Carolyn Hamm, from the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre in Ontario, Canada is one of the doctors who is backing the science behind the dandelion root cure. She confirmed that dandelion root extract was the only ingredient that helped patients with chronic myelomonocytic leukemia. The cancer, which usually affects older adults, affects the blood-forming cells of the bone marrow.

One 72-year old cancer patient shared his story with the powerful root. After John Di Carlo, was sent home to live out his final days with family and friends after a long battle with leukemia that allegedly couldn’t be cured, he was advised to drink dandelion root tea. Doctors said that it was worth a try. And it certainly was! After drinking the tea, his cancer miraculously went into remission four months later and the only thing that the doctors could attribute it to was the consumption of the tea.

But how exactly does this magic potion work?

Apparently when the dandelion root extract is consumed, it works rapidly to fight cancer cells. This is what happened with Di Carlo. In only 48 hours of consuming the tea, the cancer cells start to disintegrate and the body goes to work replacing them with healthy new cells.

In addition to being a potential cure for cancer, other studies have confirmed that the extract contains anti-cancer perks for other types of cancer such as breast, colon, liver, lung and prostate cancer.

And with such powerful ingredients, you can’t expect the tea to taste great, but it’s far better than dealing with the side effects that come along with chemotherapy and radiation.

If you know someone with cancer you may want to show them this … what do you have to lose?

Alex D.

Alex D is a conservative journalist, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. He brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. Exposing the truth is his ultimate goal, mixed with wit where it's appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn't be censored. Join him & let's spread the good word!

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6 years ago

I never take pharmaceutical drugs unless I really have to. I had thyroid cancer and the thyroid was removed so I think I have to take synthyroid to stay alive. But I have quit at least four doctors who tried to make me take prescriptions. I went to Morristown hosp. diet doctor who insisted I take something for slightly high sugar count (I believe 106) and I told him that on every page of the pamphlet on this drug said–it may cause thyroid cancer–he stated he was smarter than me and I was not too bright. good. I quit that day going to him and within a couple of months the drug was recalled due to being dangerous. WHO’S DUMB NOW! I am alive and he’s probably prescribing another dangerous drug. don’t just listen to your doctor–research the pill.

Suzanne Carlin
Suzanne Carlin
6 years ago

Where can I find dandelion root tea?

6 years ago

I always felt the medical colleges, scientists and pharmaceutical company’s were holding back on us for reasons of the money make by business that they have right now b

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