How This Weed Can Help Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Hippocrates once said, “Let food be thy medicine.” And boy was he right.

Some foods can seriously heal us, and other can cause serious damage. One such food is dandelion root.

Dandelion root is best known for its detoxifying qualities. It cleanses the liver, works as a diuretic, and provides a boost of antioxidants. It also, apparently, stimulates insulin production.

It all began with a woman with type 2 diabetes. She rushed to the hospital with severely low blood sugar, anxiety, heart palpitations, and nausea. Doctors performed a series of tests to find out exactly what was wrong.

First, upon seeing her diabetes diagnosis, they asked her if she had changed her insulin regimen. Her answer was no. They looked at her heart, her chest, and her urine to see if anything looked off. All tests came back normal.

The examined her blood, her medication, and her diet. Again, everything looked normal.

Then, she reported that she had started eating dandelion root with her salads about two weeks ago. It was a health-centered delicacy that made her salads a little more exciting, she thought.

After about 10 days of eating the dandelion root is when her symptoms began. After three days of uncontrollable hypoglycemia, she finally took herself to the emergency room.

As it turns out, dandelion root causes hypoglycemia. It does this by stimulating insulin production in the pancreas. While this may not have much of an effect on those with type 1 diabetes, it certainly has a powerful effect on many people with type 2 diabetes.

Knowing what they know now, doctors flirt with the idea of using dandelion root to help reverse type 2 diabetes. The hesitation? It is indeed powerful and must be used with caution.

Do not consume dandelion root all at once as the lady in the story did. Instead, talk to your doctor about incorporating it into your diet. Monitor the results carefully and adjust your medication carefully.

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