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Why is it called "wet-a-bed"?

Detoxification

Taraxacum, a common plant found in meadows, boasts detox as well as draining properties

Probably your grandparents called it with common names such as "wet-a-bed", "yellow star" or “dandelion", names popular in country tradition: we are talking of Taraxacum (Taraxacum officinale), a plant particularly used in herbal medicine for its numerous  properties.

The draining properties of its roots, which its common name of “wet-a-bed” alludes to, make it often used in the formulation of supplements specifically conceived for facilitating the disposal of body fluids and the general body detofixication.

As a matter of fact, the roots of taraxacum do not only have draining properties but also other beneficial effects, as they can support:

  • body detox function;
  • digestive and hepatobiliary function.
  • regularity of bowel movements. 

This perennial herbaceous plant, widespread throughout Italy and easy to find in meadows, in the medieval period was used to support the liver, probably due to the yellow colour of its flowers, similar to that of bile.

In general, for therapeutic purposes, you can find it in the form of dry or liquid extracts, herbal teas or mother tinctures, and it is used alone or, more frequently, in synergy with other herbs and nutrients.

Are you looking for a supplement that contains taraxacum? Find out among Dr Giorgini products the one that best suits your needs!

 


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