Dandelion Tea

Dandelion tea is one of the most commercially available herbal teas. Known by most of us as just a weed that grows in our gardens, dandelion has a surprising amount of health benefits and has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes.

Health benefits of Dandelion tea:

  •  Dandelion tea aids in digestion, and functions well to relieve digestive disorders like constipation and diarrhea.
  • Dandelion tea works great to purify the blood and cleanse the system.
  • Dandelion tea enhances detoxification, by stimulating urination and, in addition, by replacing the potassium lost in that process.
  • Dandelion tea is one of the most effective herbs for getting the bloat out and helping relieve water retention.
  • Dandelion tea has specific action in reducing inflammation, of the gall bladder and of the bile duct, and for rheumatism and arthritis.
  • Dandelion tea improves the function of and maintains optimum liver, kidney, pancreas, spleen, stomach, and gall bladder functions.
  • Dandelion tea helps in treating chronic hepatitis and jaundice disorders, and encourages healing of damaged tissues caused by alcohol liver disease.
  • Dandelion tea helps reduce high cholesterol.
  • Dandelion tea contains antioxidants that help your body fight off toxic bacteria and viruses.
  • Dandelion tea helps with weight control—especially with weight loss.
  • Dandelion tea actively ameliorates disease—it is a potent disease-fighter—and helps the body heal, helps boost immunity, and combat cancer, heart disease, and age-related memory loss.


Nutrients of Dandelion tea:

Dandelion tea transfers magnificent amounts of minerals and vitamins: A, C, D, E, & B complex, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, choline, and boron.


Dosage on drinking Dandelion tea:

Dandelion root has been used in daily doses of 9 to 12 g when prepared as a tea and 1/2 to 2 tsp. three times a day.


Side Effects of Dandelion root tea:

Although normally thought of as a safe herbal remedy, those prone to allergic reactions should use with care as should diabetes sufferers, as the dandelion tea could have an adverse effect on blood sugar medications.


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