Dandelion Tea Research

“Siyaram Pandey, a biochemist at the University of Windsor, has been studying the anti-cancer potential of dandelion root extract for almost two years.

His team’s first phase of research showed that dandelion root extract forced a very aggressive and drug-resistant type of blood cancer cell, known as chronic monocytic myeloid leukemia, to essentially commit suicide.

Researchers then discovered that repeated treatment with low dose dandelion root extract was effective in killing most of the cancerous cells”

Cancer-killing dandelion tea gets $157K research grant

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  1. Lauren Says:

    After reading the article on this gentleman that cured his cancer with dandelion tea, I was wondering what kind of tea he used. There are many recipes, it seems, so which one is best to drink for your health? Bags, natural leaves, dried w/roots or w/o? Thanks for any suggestions….

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Posted on May 23rd, 2014 by joe and filed under Cancer, dandelion, dandelion tea, dandelion tea benefits, leukemia | 1 Comment »