Wild Dandelion Flower & Root, Cinnamon
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
Steep 1-2 teaspoonfuls of tea for 5-7 minutes, or longer for stronger tea
CAFFEINE & SUGAR CONTENT:
Caffeine & sugar-free.
Most dandelion tea in the stores is just the root or just the flower, not to mention who really knows where the ingredients came from.
Our dandelion tea is truly the best out there. High quality, potency, and the right mixture between root and flower, and adding just a dash of cinnamon to balance out the earthy flavor of dandelion. We have spent quite a bit of time trying to find the perfect harmony and flavor while making this herbal tea. The dandelions we use are organic and wild-harvested from northern Wisconsin. Research has shown, drinking or using wild-harvested herbal products are more beneficial than those commercially grown, because the herbs have more concentrated nutrients, and the plant is higher in quality overall.
Dandelion root has a natural diuretic effect, helping your liver to better eliminate toxins. It also helps strengthen the immune system, balance blood sugar levels, relieve heartburn and help digestive issues. Because dandelion helps reduce uric acid and stimulates urine production, it’s beneficial for fighting bacterial infections within the digestive tract and reproductive organs.
Dandelion tea is one of the best detox superfoods, and it's safe to drink for just about everyone. We suggest customers drink dandelion tea periodically, which means take a couple of weeks of a break after 2-3 months of consistent consumption to ensure maximum absorption of the tea.
Refreshing with a hint of floral, just like freshly picked dandelion
KNOWN MEDICINAL PROPERTIES
Promotes healthy immune system
Supports the liver with detox process of the body
High in trace minerals
SUGGESTED CONSUMPTION LIMITS:
No known consumption limits. The average person consumes 1-2 cups a day. Dandelion tea is best consumed periodically versus daily consumption year-round. We suggest customers drink dandelion tea periodically, which means take a couple of weeks of a break after 2-3 months of consistent consumption to ensure maximum absorption of the tea. Individuals with liver problems should check with their doctor before consumption.