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Dandelion Tea

Liver-detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, whole leaf tea.

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Dandelion Tea is a liver-detoxifying, anti-inflammatory, whole leaf tea.  Enjoy daily.

Dandelion is such a celebrated herbal remedy. Valuable for a range of issues, from liver detox to anemia to fatigue, but many people are reluctant to drink the sharp, bitter dandelion root teas that are commonly available. For this tea, dandelions are picked in the early spring only, resulting in an appealing, refreshing tea with none of the bitterness.

The dandelion leaves are all picked in the wild in the spring around the time of flowering. The whole, dried leaves retain their maximum nutrients and have a beautiful rich green color. They can be brewed into a fresh, restorative tea that is truly enjoyable to drink, and healthy. This Dandelion Tea contains no caffeine and is available seasonally.

Dandelion is rich in vitamins A, C and D. It contains high amounts of zinc, iron, and magnesium, and has long been used in herbal medicine.


Benefits:

There are 8 known health benefits when drinking this tea, including:


    • Good for digestion
    • Detoxifies the liver
    • Acts as a natural diuretic
    • Reduces water weight
    • Acts as powerhouse for antioxidants
    • Fights Diabetes
    • Treats Urinary Tract Infections (UTI's)
    • Fights Cancer


Note: Before you begin to use dandelion tea medicinally, you may want to discuss it with your doctor - especially if you’re pregnant or have an irritable bowel.

The ingredients that make a difference

DANDELION LEAVES

Spring leaves of wildcrafted Taraxacum (dandelion).

How to use it

Morning & Night

Measure out 1/2–2 teaspoons and place inside a teapot, tea mug, or French press. Brew using filtered, freshly boiled water. Steep, covered, for 10 minutes, and then strain.

Ava's Tip's

Before you begin to use Dandelion Tea medicinally, you may want to discuss it with your doctor - especially if you’re pregnant or have an irritable bowel.

Jazmin's Tip's

"Only available seasonally."