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Boxford is a village in Berkshire. If spring has brought along the dandelions on your lawn and you are furiously trying to get rid of them with the mower, you may be interested to know that they have medicinal properties although it is important that you never give dandelion juice to children as it can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea in the young. Talk to us today if you need assistance after an unexpected accident in Boxford.
The dandelion is said to originate from central Asia and has long been recognized as a valuable medicine. Its traditional name (which will not be mentioned here) suggests that it is a good diuretic remedy for water retention, cellulite, urinary infections and prostate problems.
A decoction of dandelion roots and leaves is a folk remedy for dissolving urinary stones and gravel. Roasted and ground dandelion roots are often used as a caffeine free substitute for coffee and can be bought in jars in health food shops. For salad lovers, young dandelion leaves added to salads make an excellent tonic.
It’s strange that the dandelion is viewed as a pest of a weed when it is highly nutritious and the whole of the plant can be used as a medicine. The leaves are delicious in salads or can be cooked as spinach. They are especially rich in the minerals potassium and iron.
Perhaps the dandelion is best known as a detoxifying tonic that cleanses the system by increasing the elimination of toxins, wastes and pollutants through the liver and kidneys. Also, by increasing the flow of digestive juices, the dandelion enhances the appetite and eases digestion; by increasing the flow of bile it cleanses the liver which is the major detoxifying organ of the body. This means that dandelion root is beneficial for jaundice, hepatitis, gall bladder infections and gall stones.
Supposed to cure warts
Dandelion is supposed to cure warts if you squeeze the white juice onto the wart over a few weeks. Moreover, an infusion of the leaves and flowers makes a good wash for ulcers and skin complaints. So when you look out at your lawn and curse under your breath at the sight of all those yellow heads, remind yourself that they do have a very positive side to them.
If you decide to go for a walk before you start doing your garden, beware the slapdash gardener who lops branches off trees regardless of what is in the way. If you are walking along the pavement and a long branch suddenly comes at you and cuts open your cheek you may wish to find out about claiming compensation with solicitors in Boxford. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline and tell them what happened.
A 30 second test
A trained adviser will guide you through a test which takes 30 seconds. This will determine the possibility of solicitors in Boxford taking your case on. If this happens and they win, it will be on a no win no fee* basis. To find out if solicitors in Boxford might represent you, you should ring Accident Advice Helpline now. Lines are open 24/7. Call our freephone numbers: 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile 0333 500 0993 if you need compensation after an unexpected accident in Boxford.
Date Published: 19th April 2014
Author: David Brown