Buddah Tea Dandelion Root 18 Tea Bags 0.83 Oz
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Although dandelion root and dandelion leaf are part of the same flowering plant, Taraxacum officinale, and deemed by gardeners as a total nuisance, the truth is that this wish-granting so-called weed is one not to be thrown away.
Dandelions are a member of the Asteraceae family, and native to Europe, Asia, and North America. Incredibly, some botanists have divided dandelions as a species into as many as 2000 microspecies, with about 235 having been recorded in Great Britain and Ireland. So, with dandelions being so prevalent across the globe, and knowing all parts are also delightfully edible, it’s a good to know how nutrient-dense they are.
What Exactly is Dandelion Root?
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 functionality of the gall bladder and the liver.
Interesting Notes About Dandelion Root Tea
As a medicinal plant, dandelion has been used for thousands of years, and history reports its use in treating a variety of mild to severe conditions. Dandelion root is loaded with vitamins and minerals, most especially vitamins A, C, and K. Some incredibly important benefits are dandelion root-specific, and Buddha Teas Dandelion Root Tea is a super easy, nurturing way to enjoy.
Why choose Buddha Teas?
What sets us apart from other tea companies? We start with a philosophy of living in harmony with nature, not using it for profit. Buddha Teas uses only fresh, pure organic or sustainably wild harvested ingredients and maintains their natural purity in every tea we sell. We have also created the `