A Recipe For Life-Saving Oil For Women - HealthyCradle

A Recipe For Life-Saving Oil For Women

This oil is good for women’s diseases, and especially for the prevention and treatment of breast diseases, cyst, swelling and breastfeeding problems.

Dandelion is one of the most healing plants, all parts of it can be used for healing.

Its young leaves are a great spring detox salad and a rich source of Vitamin A. Dandelion stems promote bile dissolution, regulate metabolism and purify the blood and stomach. Traditional medicine recommends them against diabetes.

The dandelion root is attributed to its greatest healing significance. It detoxifies the liver and thus supports the health of the whole body, drinking root tea can cure hepatitis B as early as 6 weeks.

Today we pay attention to its flowers, which:

  • Contain antioxidants.
  • Heal pain.
  • Heal stomach cramps.
  • Reduce depression.
  • Contain helenin which enhances night vision.
  • Contain Vitamin A and B12.

Dandelion flowers are often used to prepare the praised cough syrup. However, in Korean traditional medicine, for example, flowers are used against ulcers, infections, tuberculosis, edema, and for better circulation.

The best oil for cystic and swollen, painful breasts

Dandelion flower oil is popular in USA and is extremely praised for the pain of arthritis and gout, swollen breasts, strains and joint pain. Although its manufacturing is poorly practiced, dandelion oil is always good to have as it has a strong relaxing and analgesic effect.

Dandelion is generally favorable for women’s diseases, and in particular for the prevention and treatment of breast diseases, cyst, cancer, swelling and breastfeeding problems.

Dandelion oil harmlessly relieves pain, pleases arthritic joints, back pain, sinus headaches, stiff neck, and imperfections on the skin.

Flowers have a special effect on breasts. Regular use of dandelion oil deeply relaxes the tissue in the chest and helps to relieve the suppressed sensations. When applied to the breast regularly, dandelion oil gives a better sense of well-being and boosts immunity and also helps prevent cancer.

Chest pain or sensitivity before the menstrual cycle, cysts, benign connective nodules (fibromas), mastopathy (fibrocystic mastopathy) are very widespread diseases affecting an increasing number of women worldwide. One of the main culprits of these benign diseases is the increasing stress we are exposed to every day.

Chest pain is often caused by cysts – fluid-filled bags that change shape and size during menstrual periods. They are mostly soft, smooth and mobile to the touch, but if they are quite filled with water, they can also be firm to the touch.

When dandelion blossom oil is combined with dandelion root oil, it can help with minor infections, relieve swollen mammary glands and reduce breast cysts.

Dandelion flowers contain lecithin whose topical application helps with diseases such as psoriasis.

Dandelion flower oil can be used to massage the entire body and to reduce tension throughout the body.

It is also suitable for treating cats because it is mild and does not contain salicylates that could harm them.

Dandelion oil recipe

You will need:

  • Dandelion flowers
  • Quality cold pressed oil (almond, apricot, macadamia, olive, sesame or grape seed oil)

Fill half to two thirds of a small jar with dandelion flowers. Pour the oil over the flowers to the top so that they are completely covered. Stir the mixture for air bubbles to emerge. Place the gauze on top of the jar and secure it with an rubber or a strap. Leave the jar in a sunny warm place for two weeks or until the flowers turn brown. After that, strain the oil into a sterilized dark bottle. Store oil in a cool, dark place.

A quick recipe for dandelion flower oil

If it’s too long for you to wait for 2 weeks, you can prepare the oil in another way. Fill two thirds of the jars with the flowers and pour over the top with the selected oil. Pour the flowers and oil into a double-bottomed pan and heat slowly over low heat for about 30-60 minutes.

The oil should not be too hot because you do not want the flowers to boil. The longer you are able to heat the oil at low heat, the stronger the cure. Pour the mixture back into the jar and leave it in the sun one day and then strain it. Although this recipe is faster, the recommendation is to work in a slower way.

How to use Dandelion Oil?

When the oil is ready, massage it the painful place several times a day.

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