Canadian Scientists Found a Plant That Kills Cancer Cells in 48 Hours

Scientists are working every day, from all over the world on some kind of plant, herb, fruit, vegetable and more that can destroy the cancer.


Dandelion is a weed that just about every person hates to see on their grass as it kills lawns leaving a yellow dry spot on our grass.

A new research was performed at the University of Windsor in Canada at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, explaining how dandelion tea can affect the deadly cancer cells.

Canadian scientists showed that dandelion tea can kill the cancer cell in just 2 days.

Dandelion has so many health benefits. The research focused on the root of the dandelion and showed that it can kill most cancer cells.

Dandelion root has diuretic properties, stimulates the secretion of the bile, cleanses the liver, helps with allergies and reduces cholesterol. It is rich in vitamins and minerals and some of them are: vitamin B6, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid and magnesium.

Experience of a man who was about to die, but lived until old age.

John di Carlo, 72-year-old, underwent intensive and “aggressive” chemotherapy treatments within 3 years of his life before the doctors sent him home  to spent “the last days “of his life. Given the fact that the doctors had fewer alternatives in finding functional solutions in the fight against his illness, he proposed to drink tea from dandelion root as last hope. After only four months, this man has experienced cancer remission!

 How to store the dandelion root?

Dandelion root may be used fresh and dried. Before drying, roots should be carefully peeled and cut into equal, small pieces. After that, the dried dandelion root should be kept in a fresh air. Spread the dandelion root on a surface, in a cool dry place with good ventilation.

It will take 3 to 14 days, and you’ll notice when dried becomes brittle. In this way dried dandelion root contains medicinal properties up to a year, and should be stored in a glass jar in a cool, dark place.

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