Organic Dandelion Root Tea


You might wish your lawn didn’t sprout so many dandelions, which are widely regarded as a nuisance. However, herbalists treasure this plant because it offers so many health benefits. One of its primary uses is as a liver tonic. This is one of the organs that filters out much of the toxins in our body, and a tonic can help it do its job better.

Dandelion root also has high levels of iron and zinc, two nutrients often lacking in the Standard American Diet. Holistic doctors generally prefer dandelion over chemical diuretics, as its action is mild and you can avoid some of the side effects seen with prescription drugs.

The roots of this humble weed can also help digestion as purify the blood.

(Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid herbal preparations.)

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