Dandelion is a herb that has many medical uses due to its many active compounds. Depends on where you used to live when you were a child, you might remember playing with dandelion and pull out of the ground.
It’s surprising that something we label as a “weed”, can be one of nature’s top healing food with so many health benefits.
Organic Dandelion Root Tea Nutritional Facts
|Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)|
For a full report of all Dandelion nutrition in its raw form, visit the USDA Database entry.
8 Organic Dandelion Root Tea Benefits
1. Supports your Liver
Dandelion cleanses you liver by supporting liver detoxification by causing your body to produce a couple of internal antioxidant called “Glutathione” that help liver detox.
2. Supports Fat Digestion
You liver is responsible for producing bile, which breaks down fat. So if you know you’re not digesting fat very well, Dandelion can help. One of the warning signs you’re not digesting fats well can be conditions like Rosacea and Gallballder issues.
3. High in Vitamins
Dandelion is very high on certain Vitamins and Minerals, such as Dietary fiber, Potassium, Calcium, Vitamin A, C, K & B-12.
4. Strengths your Bones
Being high in Calcium, it makes your bones stronger. Calcium is also necessary for a proper function of your muscles an nerves.
5. Helps Treating Type-2 Diabetes
It naturally balancing your blood sugar levels in your body. If you need a natural remedy to boost your energy or you know your blood sugar is up and down – Dandelion will help.
6. Extremely good as Diuretic
Dandelion is great at stimulating urine production by increasing passing of urine, and therefore causes the excretion of water from your body. It’s very beneficial for fighting infections within the digestive tract and reproductive organs.
7. Boosts your Body’s Natural Antioxidants
Improves our skin, strengthening our immune system and provides extra protection for your heart, eyes and memory issues.
8. Good against Chronic Constipation
if you need things moving into your body, Dandelion is one of the best.
Making an Organic Dandelion Root Tea
Many have Dandelion roots growing in their backyard. If you do, then you’re lucky because that’s all you need. If you don’t or can’t gather on your own, you can still get organic dandelion and enjoy them by buying it as tea bags from here.
Here’s a video with everything you need to know on how to gather, clean, and make an organic dandelion root tea:
One cup of Dandelion tea, twice a day is all you need. It’s also one of my favorite teas, as it has a great flavor!