Dandelion Leaf Tea
Dandelion leaf tea is a wonderfully healthy, caffeine-free, drink. Dandelions are also rich in vitamins A & C. These properties make dandelion a great drink for cold and flu season.
Dandelion stands apart from other beverages for its high levels of nutrients. It is rich in inulin, saponins, and betaine.
Dandelion is a perennial herb that is native to Europe but is now cultivated and naturalized in almost the entire world. In most parts of Europe, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) has been used for centuries as a spring tonic. The plant earned the nickname “Piss-a-bed” for its diuretic properties: the dried root was used to make a tea that people drank in bed on awakening which helped increase urine production.
Dandelion is rich in inulin, saponins, and betaine. These three chemicals are collectively known as phytochemical compounds. Many health practitioners are excited about using phytochemicals to treat various ailments.
Our dandelion tea is fine-cut making it ideal for tea bags and strainer balls.
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