Dandelion Root Tea . . .
Dandelions may be considered weeds today. However, dandelion root tea dates back to10th century Arabia as a widely respected invigorating herbal tea with a strong rich flavor.
Dandelion Root Tea Health Benefits:
Dandelion root tea is one of the most prominent herbal teas served today. Bearing a robust, earthy flavor, it has historically been offered as a caffeine-free coffee substitute. and can be complemented with milk, sugar or honey according to personal taste.
This tea is a natural source of vitamins such as vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin and a of vitamin D, an essential vitamin not often found in plants. This root is also high in potassium, and offers other minerals as well, like calcium, iron, and manganese.
Ingredients: Dandelion Root*
* denotes Organic
Brewing Instructions, serve Hot.
Hot Tea: 1 slightly heaping teaspoons of loose tea for each 8 oz of boiling water, steep 3 - 5 minutes. Its strong, rich flavor can can be complemented with milk and sweetened to taste with sugar or honey.
Web MD - Descriptor of Dandelion Root Health Benefits
: Dandelion is also used to increase urine production and as a laxative to increase bowel movements