Dandelions may be known today as a weed, but Dandelion Root Tea dates back hundreds of years, and makes for a widely respected herbal infusion.
Though the dandelion leaf is often prepared either in a salad mix, or sautéed, the dandelion root is usually powdered, sometimes roasted, and used as a substitute for coffee, or, in this case, as a delightfully smooth, healing tea. And, though both the leaf and the root are well known to assist with sweeping the liver clean, dandelion root has become more popular as a digestive aid. Dandelion root is currently being used to increase appetite, and increase the overall functionality of the digestive system.
- Supports digestive system
- Detoxifying herb
- Pleasant taste