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Jamaican dandelion

Jamaican dandelion

SKU: 1 oz

Jamaican dandelion (Cassia Occidentalis) is used in Jamaica for medicinal purposes. It's used as a diuretic as well as to aid in relief for colds, back pain, kidney and bladder problems, as well as a liver tonic. It's also used for shortness of breath. It's also good for prostate health, it alleviates menstrual cramps, lowers blood pressure, lowers cholesterol levels, and is good for skin disease and rashes from eczema and acne. It is an anti-inflammatory that is also good for balancing your mental state. The leaves can be used topically to benefit eczema and other skin disorders as well as for ringworm.

What's more, dandelion coffee, made from the seeds of the plant, has been consumed by Jamaicans for generations, and reportedly can be used as a remedy for hemorrhoids, gout, eczema, rheumatism, as a bowel cleanser and a diuretic.

So next time you see the dandelion growing in your yard, remember it is not just a pesky weed but nature’s gift to a healthier existence.

This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Please consult your doctor before buying and using any herbal products.



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