Dandelion Root Tea
Dandelions - loved by rabbits and tortoises, hated by gardeners! But this poor dreaded weed is actually loaded with nutrients and may provide a variety of health benefits as well as being a great asset to your kitchen as the entire plant is edible, including the roots, leaves, seeds and flowers.
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What's In A Dandelion Root?
The dandelion roots and leaves are packed full of nutrients and health-promoting properties including vitamins and antioxidants, and that is what makes dandelion root tea such a popular drink for many people. Dandelion tea can be traced back thousands of years to ancient China, where it was traditionally used to promote better digestion and to help heal the liver. Native Americans chewed the dandelion root to relieve pain, or steamed leaves to ease sore throats. Dandelions also have a natural diuretic effect which can make you need to pee more, helping to improve kidney function and reduce hypertension.
Dandelions have really stood the test of time and are proven to be packed with health benefits supporting the digestive andi tmmune systems, so maybe it's about time we stopped thinking of them as annoying little weeds and started to give them the credit they deserve!
A Cup Of Dandelion Leaf Tea Anyone?
It goes without saying that when you buy your herbal teas online you should make sure they are certified organic. That way you will ensure they are still full of antioxidants and may offer you the full range of health benefits they are known for. Here at Teavision, we are pioneers of the tea world and innovators of healthy living, so we will only sell you the best quality teas available. Our dandelion leaf tea has not been exposed to preservatives, artificial boosters or harmful toxins, meaning it is rich in taste and aroma, and packed full of nutrients and antioxidants. The robust and earthy flavour of dandelion tea makes it a great caffeine-free way to start your day and ensures you get a hearty dose of antioxidants to promote a healthier you!
Dandelion Root Tea And Bacterial Infections
A study in Ireland published in Phytotherapy Research showed dandelion root possesses antimicrobial and antiviral properties and that the root was especially effective against specific foodborne illnesses caused by certain strains of bacteria. They also found it may help prevent skin infections by blocking bacterial growth.
There is a lot of information on the benefits of drinking dandelion root tea, and no doubt a lot of research is still being done, but there is no question that the humble dandelion has been used since ancient times to treat a huge array of disorders including inflammation, diabetes, high fever and diarrhoea.
If you are looking for a non-caffeine Australian organic tea that is bursting full of goodness and has a bold, smokey flavour with mild bitter notes, then trade in your coffee for our delicious organic dandelion root tea today. We are Australia's best tea company and we guarantee 100% satisfaction with our product and service. Drink yourself to a potentially healthier you and brew yourself a cup of goodness today!
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Most people think of Dandelion as a weed, something to be pulled out of the lawn or tossed into compost. But it’s really an amazing little plant. Every single part of the Dandelion is edible: the roots are great for your intestine, and Dandelion leaves (pound for pound) have more potassium than bananas, more vitamin A than carrots and more protein than spinach. Native Americans even boiled Dandelions to treat...
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