Ughhh! Those pesky weeds are starting to grow. It’s that time of year again when the grass seems to change from a blanket color of green to vibrant yellow! Yes, you guessed right, dandelions are in full bloom and most homeowner are running to their nearest Home Depot to stock up on weed killer. It’s kind of like the question ” Do you see the glass half empty or half full”? As for me, when driving and I spot a field or someone’s slightly unkept lawn, I see an invaluable treasure of natural healing properties just waiting to be picked! Huh? What? Yep! That’s right, a yard full of medicinal possibilities. Now it’s no wonder why that small but mighty flower tends to carry such an arrogant stance in one’s yard. with it’s super cape flapping in the wind! I must admit, if the dandelion was a super hero, it would be a serious competitor to Superman! Some may argue saying it would be Aqua man but that’s a whole other debate!…lol I will just touch on some of the other benefits that this wonderful flower has and mainly focus on the benefits for the skin. So let’s get to the good stuff on the Anti-aging Natural Benefits Dandelions Skincare shall we?
Dandelion is rich in vitamin C, calcium, iron and vitamin A, which gives it it’s natural, medicinal attributes. Here is a quick breakdown of a few areas dandelion lends its capabilities toward the healing process.
Some additional ailments that dandelion can help with are eczema, gall bladder, liver and pancreas problems. This list is not conclusive to all the benefits out there that dandy dandelion gets credit for, however, I just touched on a few which I happen to feel are important to me.
Disclaimer: Please note that I am not a licensed medical professional. I do not diagnose, treat, or prescribe for any illness or health issue. The information or advice provided here should not be construed as medical advice, and the FDA has not evaluated the herbs and essential oils discussed on this blog. If you chose to use any of the herbal or natural remedies discussed, you will be taking responsibility for your own health and wellness.