Safflower - what sickness does it cure or take care of?

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7 Mar 2011

The main purpose of safflower has been known to be used as a laxative, dietary supplement, lipid release and fever... Clinical trials have shown this product to be very helpful in these areas again though, all people are different and may react to it's active ingredients and so on... blaze22

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7 Mar 2011

Not aware of any sickness that it cures, but it may be used as a laxative, fever reducer and to modify the lipid profile. It is best used in cooking, as no clinical trails exist for taking it as a medicine.

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