The plant that grows everywhere, in the countryside and in the garden

The plant known by the popular name “dandelion” is widely distributed throughout Italy and has been utilized for ages in traditional medicine due to its amazing characteristics, which are currently mostly overlooked or ignored.

Dandelion is a vegetable that may be used in cooking and added to salads and other foods. It is high in vitamins—roughly twice as much as tomatoes and spinach. Its superior diuretic qualities encourage the secretion of bile. It also treats allergies, clears the liver, and balances cholesterol.

A great dietary supplement for menopausal or expectant mothers is dandelion. It is a great source of vitamins and minerals and is high in beta-carotene.

aids in the regulation of metabolism and blood and stomach purification. Dandelion blossoms can be used to make a beneficial infusion that can help clear the digestive system, purify the blood, and ease coughing.

Gather and pat dry the leaves of dandelion plants. Place them into a cup of hot water and leave them there for a minimum of 20 minutes. Strain and sip, using honey as the only sweetener.