Dandelion Leaf (herb)


Homegrown, hand harvested, air dried and vacuum sealed for freshness dandelion leaf and some root. Offered in 1oz/28g bag.

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1.Healing Diuretic Effect

For those who are forever in a battle with bloating or have the need to flush their system, drinking dandelion tea can be a natural diuretic. This brew can help your body to pee, which in turn can rid your liver and kidneys of toxins and keep you fresh and fit.

2. Lowers Blood Sugar

With diabetes type 2 on the rise, it helps to have dandelion tea in your arsenal too. According to a piece published in Diabetic Studies, dandelions can help to moderate blood sugar levels and to improve insulin tolerance too.

3) Gives Tons of Antioxidants

Antioxidants are just about the best thing your body can get and luckily dandelion tea delivers a high dose. It is especially high in beta-carotene which helps prevent cellular damage and oxidative stress. Antioxidants are super important for helping your body to neutralize free radicals. Free radicals contribute to everything from speeding up the signs of aging to developing disease so anything you can do to cut out their presence in the body is going to greatly improve your health.

4) Helps with Detox

Say farewell to toxins as you get into the habit of sipping dandelion tea on a daily basis. This ancient healing brew can help to cleanse and maintain correct liver health. The liver is an essential organ for keeping the blood filtered and detoxed which is why anything that can improve liver health and reduce the risk of liver disease should be considered a healthy remedy.

5) Lowers Cholesterol

Bringing your cholesterol level down is important for those who want to reduce the risk of heart disease and other issues. A 2012 animal study showed that dandelion could help reduce hyperlipidemia. Hyperlipidemia is the term used for when you have high lipid levels in the blood and these lipids include cholesterol. The research found that animals who consumed dandelion root extract had a decrease in their cholesterol. While human studies are needed to set the record straight, this could be a potential bonus to sipping dandelion tea.


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