Dandelion, also known as Irish daisy, lion’s tooth and many other names, is a herbaceous perennial plant, which is found in great abundance in the Greek mountains and forests. The vitamins, minerals and trace elements that this herb contains are worth mentioning, as well as the fact that the whole plant is used, from the flowers to the root.
Dandelion, an herb that in addition to its important and beneficial properties for the human body, offers rare skin care. This offer does not presuppose its use only as a tincture in cosmetics. Consumption of dandelion by itself, provides enough nutrition to the skin.
As herbs are constantly gaining ground in therapies, investments in the production of pharmaceutical and cosmetic herbal preparations are increasing, as many people already find better treatment and prevention in herbal medicines. In any case, there are already many conventional medicines whose base is of plant origin.
It’s been a while that herbs have made their way back in both our diet and as a choice of treatment and prevention. Many refer to herbs and derivatives as another trend in fashion. But is this the reality?
The good condition of our body and its proper functioning is a desire that we all have but we know that some “sacrifices” are required as the right diet is A and Z. The herbs contribute significantly to overall health, while one of the distinct actions they offer is detoxification.