Dandelion (Common)

Scientific name : Taraxacum officinale
Other names: Български: Глухарче , Česky: Pampeliška lékařská; Smetánka lékařská , Dansk: Almindelig Mælkebøtte , Deutsch: Löwenzahn (Gewöhnlicher) , Esperanto: Oficina taraksako, ofta leontodo , Español: Diente de león , Eesti: Võilill , Suomi: Voikukka , Français: Pissenlit , Magyar: Gyermekláncfű , Italiano: Tarassaco , 日本語: セイヨウタンポポ(西洋蒲公英) , Lietuviškai: Kiaulpienė , Latviešu: Ārstniecības pienene , Nederlands: Paardenbloem , Norsk: Løvetann , Polski: Mniszek pospolity , Português: Dandelion , Русский: Одуванчик лекарственный , Svenska: Maskros , Türkçe: Karahindiba, Radıka, Aslandişi

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Dandelions contain bitter substances including potassium compounds and minerals. Medicinally, dandelion root can be used to promote bile flow and alieve indigestion, and it can also be used to clear out the urinary tract. An occasional dandelion home remedy is ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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Dandelion (Common)
Dandelion (Common)

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