Dandelion Root- now found all over the world the dandelion plant is native to the Mediterranean. Well known to the Ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians the root of this plant has been used to remove toxins from the blood and as a diuretic with the leaves being used to treat topical skin conditions. Also works as a good coffee substitute.
- Vitamins: vitmain A, vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitmain B5 (pantothenic acid), folic acid, vitmain H (biotin), choline, vitamin C, vitmain F, vitamin G, vitamin K
- High in minerals such as iron, zinc, boron, calcium, potassium, choline, magnesium.
- Kidney and bladder tonic and cleanser
- Improves the enamel of the teeth
- Potent antioxidant
- Can reduce inflammation
- Can help reduce cholesterol
- Supports healthy liver and gallbladder function
- Supports healthy digestion and can relieve constipation
Caution: Remember to always seek medical advice if you have been diagnosed with a severe condition. The information on this website is only for education and not to treat, diagnose or replace medical advice.
1 tbsp of dried dandelion root, depending on how strong you want the tea, you can either increase this number, or decrease it. Bring tea to a boil and then leave for 10 minutes to brew. For added sweetness add agarve.