Dandelion Root

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Dandelion root affects West Nile Virus in two very distinct ways, making it a very popular remedy for this widespread disease. Dandelion root is most notable as a diuretic, meaning that it increases urination, thus speeding up the process of flushing toxins from the body. With an already weakened immune system from the West Nile Virus, it is important to prevent any additional toxins or infections from attacking the body. Furthermore, dandelion stimulates the liver, which improves its ability to break down the West Nile pathogen and speed the recovery process.

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