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Dandelion has unsuspected health benefits such as inhibiting cancer cell growth

Posted December 4, 2013

So many people can’t wait to get rid of them once they start growing on their lawn, since dandelions are often seen as unwelcome weeds. Some of you may also recall the Rolling Stones song named “Dandelion” that came out during the summer of 1967. It was possibly the last time that dandelion was truly put into the spotlight, but new hope has now emerged that could very well make it the most wanted weed around.

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3 Ways “That Blasted Weed” is Important for your Everyday Health

Posted July 22, 2013

We hate dandelions on our lawns. We hate dandelions in our flowers and crops and anywhere near our homes. We spend hundreds of dollars on weed killers and hire special companies to rid us of this bright yellow problem. Cabinets are full of allergy medications used to quell those runny noses and constant sneezing caused by these unwanted flowers. Yet, we forget that nature doesn’t bless us with any gift that lacks special purpose.

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Dandelions aren’t just weeds in the yard – Discover how dandelions protect against diabetes, cancer, liver disease, and kidney stones

Posted June 11, 2013

If you haven’t already sprayed this year’s crop of dandelions with Roundup or other herbicide – and you’d like to rid your lawn from unwanted vegetation – why not dig up your dandelions and make tea or eat them in salads, stews or a green smoothie?

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Study Links Consumption of Date Fruit With Easier Labor and Delivery Outcomes Among Pregnant Women

Posted April 30, 2012

A new study in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that the consumption of date fruit (Phoenix dactylifera) by pregnant women leads to more favorable labor and delivery outcomes.

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